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#Rafael Alcântara do Nascimento

# rafael-alcantara-do-nascimento - Wednesday 1 August, 2018

Barca new boy scores against the club he nearly joined but Roma produce late comeback Malcom In The Middle This post contains videos

Barca new boy scores against the club he nearly joined but Roma produce late comeback

Malcom was on target for the Catalan giants, who lost out 4-2 to Italian opponents.

# rafael-alcantara-do-nascimento - Sunday 29 July, 2018

'He has a touch of Xavi about him:' Rafinha compares new Barcelona recruit Arthur to a club icon

The Brazilian midfielder scored a fine goal on his first appearance for Barcelona against Tottenham.

# rafael-alcantara-do-nascimento - Friday 4 August, 2017

Dybala, Coutinho or Dembele – who could replace Neymar at Barca?

Nou Camp chiefs have a job on their hands.

# rafael-alcantara-do-nascimento - Saturday 29 October, 2016

Rafinha overhead kick sees Barcelona past basement boys Granada Decisive This post contains videos

Rafinha overhead kick sees Barcelona past basement boys Granada

The Brazilian attacking midfielder made it five goals in six La Liga appearances this season in a 1-0 victory.

# rafael-alcantara-do-nascimento - Saturday 15 October, 2016

Barca, Atletico and Real score 17 goals between them to earn emphatic wins Back In The Habit This post contains videos

Barca, Atletico and Real score 17 goals between them to earn emphatic wins

Having missed three games, Lionel Messi needed just three minutes to find the net.

# rafael-alcantara-do-nascimento - Saturday 24 September, 2016

No Messi, no problem as rampant Barcelona thrash Sporting Gijon

Sporting Gijon were unable to halt a rampant Barcelona in the 5-0 loss, despite Luis Enrique’s team being without Lionel Messi.

# rafael-alcantara-do-nascimento - Sunday 1 February, 2015

Rapid fire Barca best Villarreal to keep pace with Real

Two goals in three minutes helped the Catalan side to a 3-2 win.