Barcelona slid into existence without Neymar by respecting Chapecoense, the Brazilian side as yet reeling from an overwhelming plane crash that killed 19 players and 24 club authorities a year ago, in a 5-0 well disposed win on Monday.
On a passionate night for the guests, Chapecoense were captained by Alan Ruschel, one of just three players to survive the crash, on his arrival to activity.
Ruschel was joined by the two different survivors Nieto and Jakson Follmann from the squad who were en route to confront Atletico Nacional in the last of the Copa Sudamericana when the air ship collided with the Colombian mountains on November 28 a year ago, slaughtering 71 individuals.
Nieto and Follmann, who had his correct leg excised after the crash, both separated in tears as they were welcome to take a honourary commence before a horde of 65 000 at the Camp Nou.
"I am loaded with joy to be coming back to play," Ruschel disclosed to Spanish daily paper Marca.
"I am one of the most joyful individuals on the planet since I am living something practically unimaginable. I view myself as blessed to be in Spain, confronting Barcelona, playing in a stadium where I never thought I would be."
Assets raised from the match will "enable Chapecoense to reconstruct institutionally and recuperate the focused level it had before the catastrophe", Barca said in an announcement.
Ruschel was given the unenviable undertaking of confronting up to five-time World Player of the Year Lionel Messi on his arrival and in spite of the wistfulness of the event, Barca didn't ease up once the diversion got in progress.
On a donning level the Catalan monsters have had a turbulent week with star Brazilian forward Neymar joining Paris Saint-Germain for a world record 222 million euro ($264 million) exchange charge.
Barca are relied upon to sprinkle some of that trade out the coming weeks with a large group of players supposed to be conceivable Neymar substitutions, including Liverpool's Phillipe Coutinho and Ousmane Dembele of Borussia Dortmund.
Be that as it may, Gerard Deulofeu put forth his defense to at any rate keep his place for Sunday's Spanish Super Cup first leg against Real Madrid with an objective and two helps before halftime.
The previous Everton winger opened the scoring with a tap-in after perfect work from Ivan Rakitic and his cut-back was at that point twisted into the best corner by Sergio Busquets to make it 2-0 inside 11 minutes.
"It has been a mind blowing background. They should be here and have appreciated this magnificent day," said Deulofeu.
"They are legends. When I consider what transpired I begin to cry."
Messi got his objective when he opened home Deulofeu's low cross before Ruschel was given an overwhelming applause as he was substituted following 35 minutes.
Barca justifiably took their foot off the gas after halftime, yet Luis Suarez at long last figured out how to get his name on the scoresheet from Messi's pass 10 minutes after the sever before Denis Suarez adjusted the scoring.
Chapecoense had one minute to enjoy when goalkeeper Artur Moraes spared Paco Alcacer's penalty late on.