In what turned out to be a very entertaining game, Barcelona and Juventus played at Cotton Bowl Stadium as part of their preseason tours in the United States.
Barcelona didn't win for the first time after three games played in this preseason, but Xavi's team displayed good football on the pitch, besides one of their most criticized player of last season seems to be on sensational form heading into this year.
The game was a tale of two tapes, with three goals scored in the first half in what at some point was Ousmane Dembélé against Moise Kean, with both attackers proving to be living a great moment and ready to have a great season.
Ousmane Dembélé looks sharp this preseason
The French attacker has been severly criticized for the poor level he's displayed since arriving at Camp Nou, spending most of his time on the injured players list.
But during tonight's match he seemed at his best, like his time at Borussia Dortmund when he marveled the Barcelona executives and got them to pay a then record $140 million euros for his transfer.
This where the four goals scored in Barcelona vs Juventus
The first goal came after a great individual play by Ousmane Dembélé on the 34th minute.
Moise Kean leveled the game a few minutes later.
But just a few seconds later, Dembélé once again got the ball on the right side of the field and charged the defense, giving them trouble and managing to score for the second time.
The two teams headed to the locker rooms and came back with several substitutions for the second half.
Both teams wanted to take control of the ball and manage the game's rythm, but shortly after the whistle, Moise Kean scored for the second time in this game and placed the 2-2 on the scoreboard.
Barcelona XI: Aubameyang, Lewandowski, Alba, Busquets, Ter Stegen, Roberto, Christensen, Kessie, Dembele, Eric Garcia, Nico González
Subs: Pique, Pjanic, Depay, Pena, De Jong, Raphinha, Dest, Arnau Tenas, Álex Collado, Fati, Álex Baldé, Marc Casadó, Ez Abde, Pablo Torre, Gavi
Juventus XI: Bonucci, Szczesny, Di Maria, Cuadrado, Danilo, Sandro, Locatelli, Zakaria, Kean, Gleison, Rovella
Subs: Pinsoglio, Perin, Rugani, L.Pellegrini, D. Vlahović, McKennie, Nicolò Fagioli, Ake, N. Cudrig, T. Barbieri, Giovanni Gabriele·Garofani, C. Da Graca, M. Compagnon, F. Gatti, Matías Soulé