Riqui Puig showed evidence of his class as Barcelona beat Cartagena 2-0 in a charity match on Wednesday.
Barcelona claimed a 2-0 win at third-tier side Cartagena on Wednesday in a match raising money for those affected by flooding in Murcia earlier this year.
A year's worth of rain fell in 24 hours back in September, causing significant damage to farmland, properties and facilities in the south-eastern region.
The charity fundraiser was well attended for the visit of Barca, who named a strong starting XI that included Neto, Gerard Pique, Sergi Roberto, Junior Firpo and Ousmane Dembele.
Former Spain international Pique was withdrawn with the game still level in the 37th minute, while Dembele followed at half-time.
Despite the presence of first-team regulars, it was highly rated 20-year-old midfielder Riqui Puig who caught the eye most, impressing with his vision, close control and positive approach.
Puig played a role in the opening goal just past the hour, prodding the ball to Carles Perez on the edge of the box after being crowded out and the forward lashed home.
Alejandro Marques wrapped things up late on, turning home Sergio Akieme's low cross.