Midfielder Arana also appeared for the first team for the first time
Arnau Tenas made his first-team debut for Barcelona in Australia. The goalkeeper, who came through La Masia, came on at half-time for Marc-Andre ter Stegen as Barça beat the A-League All Stars 3-2 in Sydney.
Born in Vic (Catalonia), Tenas joined Barça in 2010, signing from Vic Riuprimer REFO to play for the Benjamin A side. He has since progressed through the academy, winning seven league titles along the way.
In 2017-18, he was part of the U19 team that made the UEFA Youth League Final Four, where they won the competition for the second time in their history.
Tenas went on to make his Barça B debut under Garcia Pimienta in March of 2019 in a Segunda Division B game against Teruel at the Mini Estadi. Barça won 2-1.
An international with Spain at youth level, his role in the Spain U19 side which won the European Championships in Armenia in 2019 is worth noting. He was named in the Team of the Tournament.
The stopper has a contract until 2023, which can be extended by an additional two years, and a release clause fixed at €100 million.
Antonio Aranda, signed for the B team from Granada last summer, also came on for his Barça debut in the second half, setting up Ansu Fati's winning goal.