Barcelona manager, Xavi Hernandez, has said Robert Lewandowski’s lack of goals in their pre-season matches, is not a cause for concern ahead of LaLiga fixtures.
The Catalans concluded their pre-season tour of the USA on Saturday night, defeating New York Red Bulls 2-0.
Lewandowski, who arrived from Bayern Munich this summer, has not scored yet for his new team, but Xavi is not at all worried.
“He has been scoring in training, as the ball was going in yesterday and then today it didn’t, but it’s normal,” Xavi told reporters, speaking of Lewandowski.
“The same thing also happened with Luis Suarez or Ferran Torres when they arrived.
“He is going to score goals, even though he brings much more than goals.
“I think Raphinha will help us a lot too, as he is a spectacular signing for this season and future ones.”