Barcelona harden Celta Vigo by 3-0 in the Spanish League

Sharjah 24 – Asaad Khalil:
Barcelona overcame the numerical shortage in its ranks, and strengthened its successful start in the Spanish Football League this season, under the leadership of Dutch coach Ronald Koeman, with a precious 3-0 victory over its host Celta Vigo in the fourth stage of the competition.

At the “Pallaidos” stadium in the city of Vigo, Barcelona achieved a long-awaited victory over Celta Vigo, in this stadium, as it was Barcelona’s last previous victory on this stadium, when it beat Celta Vigo with a clean goal in February 2015, in the Spanish League as well.

Barcelona ended the first half in his favor with a goal scored by the dangerous young striker Ansu Fati, in the 11th minute, to be his third goal in the competition this season, after his two goals against Villarreal last Sunday when Barcelona won 4-0.

But Barcelona received a blow before the end of this half, as it sent off defender Clement Lingley in the 42nd minute.

Despite the numerical shortage in its ranks, Barcelona scored a second goal in the match after a wonderful effort and a shot by the famous Argentine star Lionel Messi, and the goal was awarded in the name of Lucas Olaza, defender of Celta Vigo, by mistake, against his team in the 51st minute.

In the fifth minute of the match’s stoppage time, Sergi Roberto scored Barcelona’s third goal.

Barcelona raised its score to six points from two games, and Celta Vigo stuck at five points from four matches.

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