Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang opened his Barcelona account by registering a hat-trick.
The Catalan giants extended their unbeaten run in La Liga to nine matches with victory at Valencia.
Aubameyang, who joined from Arsenal for free on February 2nd, slammed in the opener on his first La Liga start.
Frenkie de Jong tapped in a second and Aubameyang converted from close range, despite a VAR check for offside.
Carlos Soler pulled one back before Aubameyang notched a fortunate third.
Substitute Pedri appeared to have scored Barcelona’s fourth but his powerful 25-yard effort glanced Aubameyang’s back on its way in.
The goal was initially given to 19-year-old Pedri but was later awarded to Aubameyang.
He could have added a fourth goal late on when a ball fell his way in the box, only for home keeper Giorgi Mamardashvili to deny the 32-year-old.
Barca midfielder Sergio Busquets said: “Since Aubameyang arrived, he has been working hard. We know he hasn’t played many minutes this season.
“He is a fabulous player and having him in the squad, having come here for free, is really positive for us.”
Barca manager Xavi will be thrilled with his side’s efficiency as they extended their unbeaten run in the league, which now stretches back to December 4th.