Barcelona – a team that has been facing some turbulent times in the recent past, have weathered the storm and has been completely resurrected thanks to player turned manager, one of their very own, Xavi Hernández.

Since Xavi arrived at the club, Barcelona has looked like a completely new team. From languishing somewhere at 7th or 8th on the table, they have propelled to being 2nd on the standings.

All of this under a span of a few months and not to forget they are also in the quarter-finals of the Europa League.

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The odds seem to be always in the favour of this Barcelona side and agreed they still have a long way to go in becoming their scintillating best, but this purple patch has acted as a pathway for the shades of the old Barcelona to penetrate in this new one!

With Xavi at the helm and some fantastic talents like Pedri at their disposal, who recently scored a magnificent goal against Seville, the future seems exceedingly bright for the Cules!

He (Xavi) did it once with studs and socks, and there is no reason why he won’t do it again, only this time with a suit and a tie!

Xavi has delivered on the pitch for Barcelona, and now he is doing the same while being on the sidelines.

Xavi has made Barcelona play like Barcelona once again, and this rejuvenated club will be travelling to Australia to play their exquisite brand of football for the first time in their history!

Barcelona announced on Wednesday that they will play an A-League All Stars team in Sydney next month on their first trip to Australia. 

On May 25, Xavi Hernandez’s team will face a team comprised of the best players from the country’s domestic league at the 80,000-seat Stadium Australia.

“We are very happy to be able to announce this match in Australia today against the A-Leagues All-Stars,” said Juli Guiu, vice president at the marketing area of Barcelona.

“This will be the first time the team visits this country, where Barcelona are generating great interest.

“Being able to play this match will give us the opportunity to bring the club and its values closer to our fans and will also give us the opportunity for new audiences to get to know FC Barcelona and all that it represents, which has made it a reference entity on and off the pitch.”

This exhibition game will take place just three days before the A-League final, which will decide who lifts the title.