Victor Valdes 5/10
This was probably one of the Barca keeper's quietest nights. With virtually nothing to do all game, concentration was imperative. He was smartly out to sweep up a dangerous centre on 63, and with every Levante player up for a 93rd minute corner, he did well to punch clear as the referee blew for full time.
Dani Alves 9/10
This was vintage Alves. He was everywhere. Constantly available in attack, his crosses were on point, and he patrolled the right hand side well. His superior fitness levels were on show as usual, and he worked hard on the defensive part of his game, tracking back when necessary. His long range effort on 33 almost wrong-footed Levante keeper Navas.
Adriano Correia 5/10
On this showing, Adriano cannot be considered as partner to Gerard Pique for Tuesday's match up against Bayern Munich. Positionally susceptible, he relied on his turn of pace to get himself out of trouble, and he will need much more than that if selected on Tuesday.
Eric Abidal 10/10
He's my man of the match. Assured and composed, he passed the ball simply and intelligently and was a calming presence in the back line. It was as if Eric Abidal had never been away. Nothing fancy, but he did what he had to do, including an important 93rd-minute block.
A whole year out of football, a weight loss of 50kg and the associated stress that a liver transplant would have on his body...This wonderful postscript to the Frenchman's career just keeps being rewritten.
Martin Montoya 5/10
I didn't like him playing as a right-footed defender on the left side. He looked uncomfortable there and wasn't able to affect the game in an attacking sense in the way that say Alves was on the other flank.
With Montoya always looking to turn inside, the effect to Barca's play was that it became very "stop/start" rather than flowing whilst he was in possession of the ball. Furthermore, he was knocked off of the ball far too easily by more industrious opponents.