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Barca should be very relieved to advance to the last 16. Griezmann lifted a nearby opponent from the floor at full-time in apparent recognition of their efforts. A tough trip to Valencia is up next for the Blaugrana in LaLiga, and they must be better.
What a match! Ibiza were great value for their half-time lead - indeed they could have added to Caballe's fortunate opener. But Griezmann, so quiet before the break, provided two clinical finish - the second right at the death - to see Barca through.
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FULL-TIME: Ibiza 1-2 Barcelona
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YELLOW: Nunez is booked for dissent, as Ibiza fall agonisingly short of extra time.
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It is Alba who sets Griezmann clear, admittedly from a tight angle. Parreno perhaps should do better. This is tough to take for the minnows.
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GOAL!! HEARTBREAK! Griezmann has won it for Barca! The striker offered nothing for over an hour but has scored twice to clinch victory. He races through and shoots through Parreno. 2-1 Barca!
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YELLOW: It is Ansu Fati's turn to foul Grima, and he now goes into the book.
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Ibiza are clinging on! Ansu Fati twice looks to go down the outside on the right, but Grima holds firm. That has been a brilliant battle since Perez was substituted and Ansu Fati had the opportunity to take on the tough-tackler.
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There will be a minimum of SIX minutes of added time! Barca would surely rather avoid extra time.
YELLOW: Grima has dished out some really rough treatment and finally earns a card for clattering Ansu Fati on halfway.
All of a sudden, it's Ibiza back on the attack. Barca deal with an initial set-piece on the right, but the hosts counter as the LaLiga giants push forward. Mendoza has an opening but Lenglet comes across to block. Barca can clear.
SUB: Caballe has put in a great shift - and scored the Ibiza goal - but makes way now for Fran Carbia.
Ibiza defend the corner well and then Caballe sees the ball behind for a goal-kick. Lenglet is not happy, though, as he is blocked off by Grima. No foul.
Crucial challenge from Grima! Semedo sets Ansu Fati clear on the right and he has options in the middle, but a last-gasp sliding tackle sends the ball behind for a corner.
Parreno dashes from his line to cut out a long ball. Barca are well on top but might need a little more precision, as with the equaliser, in order to find a winner.
YELLOW: After avoiding punishment for a series of rugged first-half challenges, the cards are coming for Ibiza now. This is perhaps slightly harsh on Sibo, who does not appear to intend to catch Lenglet in the air.
SUB: Rakitic has not enjoyed the best of outings, and Setien now prefers the power of Vidal in midfield as they chase a winner.
YELLOW: Mendoza goes up with Junior and catches the Barca defender, who now requires treatment. Mendoza is booked.
SUB: Ibiza are struggling a little now and make a change. Sibo is on for Javi Lara.
Barca win a corner on the right, which Rakitic delivers into a really dangerous area. It is well defended, though. Barca keep throwing the ball into the area until Junior is called offside.
SUB: Rodado was a nuisance in the first half but has struggled a little since the break. He makes way for Mendoza.
F. de Jong
De Jong, like Griezmann, had struggled to that point, but it is a lovely pass that Ibiza could not defend. Do Barca have time for a winner?
GOAL!! ALL SQUARE! Griezmann levels for Barca! De Jong splits the Ibiza defence and Griezmann, onside, slides a left-footed finish past Parreno. 1-1!
SUB: Riqui Puig has not really taken this opportunity. He makes way for Arthur, who is tasked with saving the game.
CLOSE! Great play from Ansu Fati! He drives to the byline and drills in a low cross that Griezmann cannot quite reach. The ball skids straight through the area.
Caballe has the only goal of the game so far, but he has also put in a superb shift on the right-hand side. The Ibiza man has made eight tackles and won nine duels.
Easy pickings for Parreno's first save. Rakitic lets fly from distance but it's straight at the goalkeeper. Barca have created very, very little.
Barca surely did not envisage the Ibiza fans enjoying a Mexican wave with less than 25 minutes remaining. The home side lead without really being threatened.
Javi Lara drills a dangerous free-kick into the area, but Mariano Gomez mistimes his jump, nodding the ball down for a Barca player. The visitors counter but get only as far as the halfway line before they are hunted down.
Ibiza are furious there is no card for Semedo as he becomes frustrated at the showboating of Rai Nascimento and Javi Lara, taking both out of the game.
Ansu Fati, now playing through the centre, darts onto a cute pass from Griezmann in behind the home defence. But with the angle narrowing, his stretching shot is well wide. Griezmann is at least involved for the first time.
YELLOW: The first booking of the match goes the way of Kike Lopez. He does well to keep the ball in play on the right but then loses it to De Jong, tugging the Dutchman back.
Having waited for the substitution to take the free-kick won by Ansu Fati, Rakitic blasts his shot straight into the wall. Ibiza clear and press Barca back.
SUB: Alba is on for Perez, who was guilty of giving the ball up cheaply on more than one occasion. Ansu Fati will seemingly shift into the middle.
Ansu Fati looks Barca's best bet for a moment of magic and, sure enough, he wins a free-kick 25 yards from goal with his quick feet.
Barca are again enjoying some possession but doing little with it. An array of stars, including Ter Stegen, are warming up on the sidelines.
The game restarts... with Neto still on the pitch. Getting a rare opportunity to impress in Setien's second game, he appears determined to carry on for now.
Neto is in real pain, and it appears he will have to come off. Ter Stegen is readying himself as the starting goalkeeper, usually the German's deputy, hops on the spot, attempting to test out his ankle.
There are bodies everywhere in the Barca area! A long ball is launched into the box and one defender goes down. Neto then jumps with Lenglet and Grima, but the Ibiza defender clatters both of them. Neto is holding his left ankle and needs treatment.
Disappointing from Javi Lara. Ibiza win their second corner of the match on the right, but it goes short and Javi Lara miscontrols, allowing Barca to recover. Even a loose touch letting him back in only sees him cede possession again.
If Setien was hoping his side would come racing out of the blocks in the second half, that has not quite happened. An awkward bounce almost lets Rai Nascimento in, then Barca give up possession cheaply at the other end with an overhit pass.
KICK-OFF: We are back under way for the second half. Can Ibiza hold on for a stunning upset?
Griezmann is enduring a tough time out there. He has had the fewest touches of any Barca player (18) while failing to muster a single shot. He has not created any chances for his team-mates either. The World Cup winner has been caught offside once and lost possession on three occasions.
What an extraordinary first half. Ibiza lead - and deservedly so. Caballe got the only goal so far in unorthodox fashion, but Rai Nascimento really should have added a second. Barca have been awful and are carrying far too many passengers. Semedo, De Jong and Griezmann have not been involved anywhere near enough.
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HALF-TIME: Ibiza 1-0 Barcelona
The ball is pinging around the midfield, with neither side able to take control. That will suit Ibiza heading into half-time a goal in front.
Ibiza coach Pablo Alfaro, formerly an uncomprising Sevilla defender, also briefly turning out for Barca, looks to have taught his players a trick or two. Their challenges are firm, while the home stars also stay down after each and every foul. Barca are frustrated.
HUGE CHANCE! How is it not two?! Unbelievable. Ibiza press, win the ball, and Javi Lara cuts it back to Rai Nascimento. He sits down De Jong and has to score but scuffs against the foot of the post. The ball comes back out to Rodado, but he hammers an effort straight at Neto. Barca are hanging on!
Ouch. Kike Lopez takes a kick from Ansu Fati. The Ibiza man looks fit to continue, but that was not great from the teenager. He went over the ball and caught his man on top of the foot.
Griezmann has been completely anonymous. Remember, Messi is not even on the bench. Barca need their big 2019-20 signing to step up. They are facing a major upset.
Frustration for Ansu Fati. He works space on the left for what seems the first time, only for Perez to ignore the pass. The young winger, Barca's best player so far, could have been in the clear.
Ibiza launch in a long throw from the right and it only just passes all the way through the area. Barca are scrambling for a second.
Barca again fail to deal with a long ball. Ansu Fati's pass back to Junior is underhit, forcing the defender to hack the ball out for a throw-in. Ibiza pile on the pressure in the right corner.
Javi Lara whips a free-kick over the wall but it drops comfortably wide of the left-hand post. Ibiza quickly press Barca again from the goal-kick, however.
Rodado versus Lenglet is turning into a really intriguing battle. The Ibiza man wins another free-kick in a good area, with his team-mates claiming there was an elbow from Lenglet as the pair tussled.
Every Barca player is whistled in possession, every subsequent snappy tackle is greeted with a roar. There is a great atmosphere for this one. Barca look a little shellshocked.
Barca have had 82 per cent of possession so far but just one shot - and none on target. They are struggling to break Ibiza down.
The Rodado chance a few minutes ago may be an indication of how Ibiza will play now they lead. The hosts are being forced to defend in numbers but can hope to retain a threat on the break.
Mariano Gomez tracks down Perez in the right corner, but the ball bounces off the flag for a set-piece. There is a foul as the ball is delivered, though, and Ibiza can regroup.
FOUL! Ibiza think it's two! Rodado hares after Lenglet, chasing a long ball forward. The Barca defender goes down, allowing Rodado to slide a finish into the net. But the referee spots a foul from the Ibiza man, and the replays suggest he did indeed shove Lenglet. A close call.
Ibiza are playing some really nice stuff in the midfield, drawing challenges from the Barca defenders. It was a foul in a deep position that gave the hosts the foothold to build the first decisive attack of the match.
Back come Barca. Ansu Fati is the only player alert as the ball just stays in play on the left corner, driving at the Ibiza defence and winning a corner. But Barca go short, finally crossing from the opposite flank and failing to trouble Parreno in the home goal.
Ibiza are showing no signs of slowing. Roberto is the latest Barca man to take a kick, the home side countering until Caballe is halted on the edge of the visitors' area. He gees up the crowd.
Are Barca in for an uncomfortable evening? That goal was against the run of play but was greeted by a huge roar from the locals. Ibiza have been aggressive and have an early reward.
Rai Nascimento did well to pull the ball back into a dangerous area, but the Barca defence was sleeping. Poor defending. Neto could not react quick enough when Caballe inadvertently redirected Javi Perez's shot.
GOAL!! INCREDIBLE! Ibiza lead Barcelona! Rodado wins a free-kick on halfway to relieve a little pressure, then the hosts move the ball forward nicely down the left. Rai Nascimento pulls the ball back and Javi Perez nips in to sidefoot into the bottom-right corner via a deflection off a team-mate. It goes down as Caballe's goal. Unbelievable. 1-0!
All of Barca's best early work is coming up that left flank. Ansu Fati beats a couple of men on the edge of the area but cannot find a pass. He repeats the trick, but Ibiza clear as Riqui Puig attempts to find a team-mate.
The hosts may well tally up a number of cards here. They are clattering into Barca players at every opposition, Kike Lopez even taking a kick from his own player as they concede their latest free-kick.
Ansu Fati wins a free-kick with his latest dart infield, but Barca fail to make the most of the set-piece. Despite a slip on the right-hand side of the penalty area, Ibiza clear.
It is Ansu Fati who is lining up on the wide left, with Perez through the middle. The winger is quickly swamped every time he gets the ball early on, though.
Barca dominated possession in Setien's bow against Granada and, unsurprisingly, they are looking to stay patient on the ball early on here. Ibiza are keen to press their opponents.
KICK-OFF: We are under way in this Copa clash!
The teams are on the pitch in Ibiza! Roberto is Barca captain today, and he goes through the pre-match formalities with kick-off moments away.
Record 30-time winners Barca had lifted the Copa in four straight seasons until 2018-19 when they were beaten in the final by Valencia.
Lionel Messi, Sergio Busquets and Gerard Pique have been rested, while Luis Suarez and Ousmane Dembele are still injured, but there is still plenty of quality in Setien's side. Griezmann appears set to lead the line, while Riqui Puig comes in for his first start of the season.
Subs: Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Chumi, Jordi Alba, Samuel Umtiti, Arthur, Arturo Vidal, Abel Ruiz.
Barcelona (3-5-2): Neto; Sergi Roberto, Clement Lenglet, Junior Firpo; Nelson Semedo, Ivan Rakitic, Frenkie de Jong, Riqui Puig, Carlos Perez; Antoine Griezmann, Ansu Fati.
Subs: Lucas Anacker, Alex Quintanilla, Kwasi Sibo, Toni Arranz, Diego Mendoza, Fran Carbia, Sergio Cirio.
Ibiza (4-3-3): German Parreno; Francisco Grima, Gonzalo, Kike Lopez, Mariano Gomez; Javi Lara, Javi Perez, Miguel Nunez; Josep Caballe, Rai Nascimento, Angel Rodado.
Some key Blaugrana absences were confirmed earlier in the week, but let's get the full team news from Ibiza...
After a wonderful team goal saw Barca to a first victory under new coach Quique Setien against Granada on Sunday, their attention now turns to the Copa and third-tier opposition.
Hello and welcome to our live text commentary of the Copa del Rey last-32 tie between Ibiza and Barcelona!