Barcelona maintained their perfect Women’s Champions League group stage record with victory over Bayern Munich at Camp Nou.
Geyse nodded over Ana-Maria Crnogorcevic’s header after two minutes into the second half.
Aitana Bonmati came home thanks to the reduction of Fridolina Rolfo and Claudia Pina’s 25 meters got the points.
English duo Lucy Bronze and Keira Walsh linked up well for Barca in an impressive win.
By playing this game, Walsh and Bronze became the first English players to represent Barcelona at the Camp Nou since Gary Lineker in 1989.
Fellow Euro winner Georgia Stanway was in Bayern’s line-up as they failed to come up against a classy Barca outfit.
The Lionesses trio all left Manchester City this summer, with Walsh joining the Spanish giants for a world record fee.
The win is Barcelona’s 12th in a row in all competitions and leaves the 2021 winners top of Group D after winning all three of their games so far.
The game set a new record for a Women’s Champions League group game, with 46,967 spectators. The reverse match will be played at Bayern’s Allianz Arena in December.