Barcelona: Pinto; Montoya, Marc Bartra,
Fontás, Maxwell; Sergi Roberto (Riverola 78'), Jonathan Dos Santos
(Muniesa 57'), Thiago; Pedro, Rafinha (Deulofeu 69'), Isaac Cuenca. 4-3-3.
BATE: Gutor; Yurevich, Filipenko, Simic, Bordachev; Likhtarovich (Olekhnovich 66'), Pavlov (Gordejchuk 63'), Volodko; Baga, Bressan (Kezman 76'), Kontsevoi. 4-3-3.
1-0. 35. Sergi Roberto. Fired low shot past keeper after Pedro passed across.
2-0. 59. Montoya. Ran on to Cuenca through ball and lifted shot over keeper.
3-0. 62. Pedro. Got on the end of Cuenca's cross to turn ball in with heel.
4-0. 88. Pedro (penalty). After Cuenca tripped by Volodko inside penalty area.
Barcelona were already sure of finishing top of their group, and with the big game against Real Madrid coming up on Saturday, Guardiola put out side packed with reserves and youngsters for their tie with BATE Borisov (including for the first time the Alcantará brothers Thiago and Rafinha). The youngsters were more than a match for their opponents though, and it was one way traffic before Thiago and Pedro combined to set up Sergi Roberto for the opening goal ten minutes before the break. Fifteen minutes after the restart Isaac Cuenca slipped the ball through for Montoya to chip a shot over the keeper, and three minutes later Pedro got on the end of another Cuenca cross to drag the ball past the keeper with his heel. And with the game coming to a close it was once again Cuenca who won a late penalty, Pedro pulling rank to step up and convert the spot kick. Barça's future is in good hands.