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Barcelona 6-0 Getafe

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Barcelona beat Getafe 6-0 in a Primera Division match at the Camp Nou in Barcelona.

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Match Stats

Barcelona Starting Lineup

13 - C. Bravo
24 - J. Mathieu
22 - Dani Alves
21 - Adriano Correia
15 - Bartra
6 - Xavi
5 - Busquets
12 - Rafinha
10 - L. Messi
9 - L. Suárez
11 - Neymar

Getafe Starting XI

25 - Guaita
2 - Alexis
3 - Roberto Lago
12 - Álvaro Arroyo
4 - E. Velázquez
22 - Juan Rodríguez
14 - Pedro León
8 - M. Lacen
23 - F. Hinestroza
15 - B. Diawara
32 - E. Buendía

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