Had a few good saves but his defence left him hanging more than once.
The best of a poor bunch at the back. Failed to track infield more than once.
Pique's opener took a deflection off him and it was all downhill from there.
Simply could not stick to runners inside the area.
A clumsy foul led to a penalty, and he looked every second of his 35 years today.
The midfielder had no answer to his Barca counterparts, and could not even make basic passes at one point.
At the heart of Elche's best spell in the first half, but he undid all his good work with two senseless fouls to leave Elche a man down.
Like the rest of his attacking teammates, he failed to make an impact.
Completely steamrolled in the middle of the park.
The winger's main contribution was a late tackle on Pedro that led to him getting his name taken.
The burly striker was a nuisance in the first half, but completely invisible after the restart.
Stood his ground to make some important saves in the first half.
Showcased his passing ability beautifully, having a hand in the buildup to two goals.
Drafted into midfield, and gave a complete display. Broke up attacks at will and some of his through balls were a delight.
One moment of miscommunication with Bravo aside, he was on his game, with his passing from deep playing a huge role in two goals.
Solid down the right, overlapping well when needed.
Great technique and a deflection saw him open the scoring, and despite one or two hiccups, he was sound at the back.
Not quite as engaged in attack as the rest, but he still came up with the goods, prodding in from close range with virtually the last kick of the game.
Made a strong case for more first-team action, as he made a few good tackles while showcasing his range of distribution.
The midfielder gave a display reminiscent of his best years, as his ability to put the ball in just the right area for his teammates to run onto was astonishing.
Scored from the spot and from a close-range finish, but it was his ability to set up his teammates that stood out. Two assists for Neymar and a catalog of replay-worthy passes.
His off-the-ball movement was superb, and put him in position to score twice from Messi feeds.