European Finals: Lionel Messi scores as Ansu Fati stars in Barcelona's easy win, Luis Suarez scores in his Atletico debut
Elsewhere, Bayern Munich finally loses, Ronaldo's brace saves Juventus 10 people, and PSG won the third match in a row. Fun88 soccer player Lionel Messi returned to scoring job for Barcelona on Sunday, leading them to a resounding 4-0 home win against Villarreal in the near-perfect opening La Liga match under new manager Ronald Koeman.
Teen forward Ansu Fati was in his form of inspiration for Barca, joining Jordi Alba to put the ball into the net for the first time in the 15th minute and then scored again 4 minutes later with a strike. Another cold spot.
Fati, the 17-year-old in his second season for Barca's first team after a spectacular sublimation last year from the club's youth team, then won the penalty that captain Messi took to score. third in the 35th match. Villarreal defender Pau Torres scored an own goal at the end of the first half leaving Unai Emery's side more pain and Barca continued to dominate the game in the second half without management to give them a big advantage.
Suarez netted on his Atletico debut
Striker Luis Suarez wasted no time making his mark at Atletico Madrid, scoring twice in his debut.
Suarez came on from the bench with 20 minutes remaining, and Atletico took a 3-0 lead, to show his form three days after he arrived from Barcelona with two goals in a 6-1 win over Granada.
Diego Costa scored the only first-half goal in nine minutes, when Saul Niguez saw a 16-minute penalty that was blocked by Rui Silva for the home side. Fun88 Angel Correa and Joao Felix scored before Suarez's introduction, and he made an immediate impact by placing Marcos Llorente a fourth.
Suarez netted a beautiful header to open his account in the 85th minute and, while Jorge Molina grabbed a belated consolation for Granada, the Uruguayan striker scored the second in stoppage time.
Bayern eventually lost
In Germany, European defending champions Bayern lost their first in all competitions after 33 games since December at Hoffenheim.
Ermin Bicakcic gave the home side the lead in the 16th minute, then doubled their lead within eight minutes by Munas Dabour.
Joshua Kimmich closed the gap from the gap in the 36th minute as his side managed to maintain the Bundesliga unbeaten streak that spanned 21 games before kick-off.
However, Andrej Kramaric quelled all hopes of a comeback as he restored Hoffenheim's two-goal lead at 13 minutes and then cemented a 4-1 victory with a stoppage-time penalty. after goalkeeper Manuel Neuer fouled Ihlas Bebou.
Ronaldo scored a brace to save Juventus
Cristiano Ronaldo's second goal of the night saved Juventus' 2-2 draw at away against AS Roma in Serie A on Sunday, after Jordan Veretout twice brought the football side. Capital leads.
Veretout and Ronaldo took the penalties before the break after both sides were penalized for a handball, before the French midfielder scored his second night in stoppage time.
Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot was shown a second yellow card for sending his side down in the last 1/3 of the game, but Ronaldo's lofty header brought in a point for the champions. Italy in the second match led by Andrea Pirlo.
This result puts Juventus in fifth place, with four points after the opening two matches.
Roma are 13th in terms of one point, as their opening day's 0-0 draw against Hellas Verona against Hellas Verona was converted to a 0-3 loss against Serie A as they launched a single underdog. standard.
PSG are back on the
French Championships track , PSG have won their third consecutive Ligue 1 win after two opening defeats as Argentine striker Mauro Icardi netted twice in a 2-0 win over the struggling Reims towel on Sunday.
This result put PSG in seventh place with 9 points after 5 games, 4 points behind leading team Rennes, while Reims is 19th with 1 point.