Wisla: Pawelek; Singler,Baszczynski, Cléber,
Junior Diaz; Lobodzinski (Malecki 82'), Jirsak, Zienczuk (Dawidowski 89'),
Piotr Brozek; Boguski (Niedzielan 68'), Pawel Brozek. 4-4-2.
Barcelona: Víctor Valdés; Daniel Alves, Puyol, Piqué, Abidal; Keita, Xavi (Gudjohnsen 57'), Touré Yayá; Iniesta (Hleb 66'), Etoo (Bojan 74'), Henry. 4-3-3.
1-0. 52. Cléber. Came from behind to head Jirsak corner into top of net.
A workman like performance by Barcelona saw them through against Wisla Krakow despite a 1-0 defeat on the night, the 4-1 overall aggregate ensuring a place in the league stage draw later this week.
Despite the four goal cushion from the first leg, Pep Guardiola was taking no chances, putting out a strong line up. Even so the Polish side could have taken the lead early on, Valdés having to save from Junior Díaz and Pawel Brozek, and Lobodzinski lobbing just wide after a poor clearance from the keeper. And Barça's first chances didn't arrive until late in the first half, Alves curling a free kick over the bar and Henry shooting wide across goal after Iniesta set him up.
Wisla came out strongly after the break though, Cléber heading them in to the lead from Jirsak's corner after Valdés had turned a shot from Zienczuk round the post. Eto'o brought a first class save out of Pawelek and Piqué headed an Alves corner against the crossbar, but Lobodzinski could have increased the lead with another chip over the bar a few minutes later.
Barça kept on pushing for the equaliser, Piqué heading into the hands of the keeper and then skying a shot in to the stands, and Bojan shooting over the bar with only the keeper to beat. The overall result was the most important thing though, and in the end both sides were happy with a result which saw the Spanish side through, and gave the Poles a moral boosting win against one of the biggest teams in Europe.