Barcelona hits Celta Vigo with three in La Liga

Abdul Qadir Saeed


Abdul Qadir Saeed

Thursday 1 October 2020

09:27 PM

Barcelona continued their impressive start in the Spanish Premier League and won a precious away victory over Celta Vigo (3-0) in the fourth round in the Spanish Premier League.

Barcelona advanced early in the 11th minute through Fati, then Olaza scored by mistake after a great individual effort from Messi in the 51st minute, then Sergi Roberto completed the hat-trick in the 90th minute.

Barcelona lifted their tally to 6 points from just two games, and they still have two games postponed due to a break at the start of the season.

the summary of the match

Ansu Fati came to Barcelona in the 11th minute, adding to the difficulty of the home side and giving his team a perfect start in the game.

Barcelona defender Lenglet was sent off in the 43rd minute after pushing Celta Vigo with the hand during a joint ball between the two to get a second warning and then a red card.

Messi passed through the defense and penetrated into the penalty area in the 51st minute, sending a quick cross that Olaza accidentally turned into his team’s goal to give Barcelona a second goal.

In the 90 + 5 minute, Barcelona added the fifth goal after a cross from the left side that Roberto converted with a powerful shot from inside the penalty area.

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