Most clubs fold under the pressure of global giants Barcelona, but Viktoria Plzen didn't even bother to get a shot off in 90 minutes, as Pep Guardiola's squad got a home victory in Champions League group play on Wednesday, 2-0.

Barcelona got their first goal of the match in the 10th minute, as Andres Iniesta scored with the help of some deft passing by Lionel Messi to give the Catalans the advantage.

As always, Barcelona doesn't just score, they score with style. The give-and-go between Iniesta and Messi was perfectly timed, and the finish by Iniesta was worthy of the gorgeous set up.

It wasn't until the 82nd minute that Barcelona would get the added cushion, when forward David Villa's left footed shot from the center of the box after a loose ball was enough to give the Catalans the secured victory.

Viktoria Plzen was playing for a draw at Camp Nou, but the Czech club failed to attack for basically the entire match. Not only did they not get a shot off, they didn't even have a corner kick, and were only caught offsides once.

The score could have been much worse, as Messi hit the post twice. Barcelona controlled the ball for 77 percent of the match, and took 18 shots, with five on goal.

The win moves Barcelona even with AC Milan at the top of Group H, and it's basically a foregone conclusion that both clubs will advance to the knockout stage.

One of the most notable moments of the match was when Villa was substituted. Guardiola brought in Isaac Cuenca, a 20-year-old winger, who Barcelona has high hopes for, in the 88th minute.