Barcelona beat Mallorca at halftime of the game on matchday 37 of the League. Ansu Fati opened the scoring in the first minute of the game. The Barca striker scored in a very quick play after a backward assist from Gavi. The insular team was left with ten in the first half when Ndiaye saw the red card for a hard challenge. Ansu scored again shortly after. On this occasion it was Lewandowski who assisted the Barca striker in the center of the area. The Catalans have won the League with a margin of several games and in fact they have lost the last two games they have played, against Real Sociedad (1-2) and Valladolid (3-1). Mallorca, with the objective of permanence fulfilled, arrives after beating Valencia (1-0), and will seek to continue expanding its win tally against the league champion. The match will, however, have a more than symbolic value for the Barca fans, who will see off Sergio Busquets and Jordi Alba and will also say goodbye (or see you later) to the stadium itself, which will close for renovations for at least one anus.
Ter Stegen, A. Christensen, Kounde, Alba, Alex Balde (Sergi Roberto, min. 16), Frenkie De Jong, Busquets, Gavi, Ousmane Dembele, Ansu Fati and Lewandowski
Dominik Greif, Josep Gaya (Grenier, min. 45), Copete, Pablo Maffeo, Jaume Costa, Valjent, Manu Morlanes, Dani, Iddrisu Baba, Amath and Muriqi
goals 1-0 min. 1: Ansu Fati. 2-0 min. 23: Ansu Fati.
Referee Jorge Figueroa Vazquez
red cards Amath (min. 14)
46’00” – Substitution Josep Antoni Gaya Martinez Clement Grenier
46’00” – Substitution Iddrisu Baba Mohammed Clement Grenier
47’25” – END OF THE FIRST PART. FC Barcelona, 2 – Real Mallorca, 0.
46’44” – Sergi Roberto and Gavi fail to score in the last play of the match, with many people inside the box fighting to close the spaces!
39’00” – With the game at a standstill due to the cule advantage, the public seems more aware of what happens in other fields.
34’18” – What a pass from Jordi Alba to Lewandowski, the Pole reaches the far post free and volleys over the crossbar!
33’10” – Barca’s siege on the rival goal continues, they want to say goodbye to the Camp Nou with joy for their fans.
30’06” – Lewandowski’s low shot from the edge, easily saved by the goalkeeper!
26’48” – Game stopped so that Jaume Costa can be attended to after receiving a blow to the head, although he will be able to continue without problems.
24’00” – GOOOOOL FOR BARÇA, ANSU FATI’S SECOND! BARCELONA 2-0 Majorca. Precious pass from Lewandowski at the first touch, he saw the Spanish international uncheck on the wing to filter the assistance as soon as he received from Frenkie!
22’32” – Long ball for Muriqi who tries to reach speed, Ter Stegen went well to avoid danger!
18’57” – Ansu Fati counterattacked Dembele’s pass, he was closed by Josep Gaya, he ends up finishing off on goal and his bounced shot serves to force a corner!
17’00” – Substitution Alejandro Balde Martinez Sergi Roberto Carnicer
14’00” – AND DIRECT RED FOR AMATH NDIAYE! The entry was very hard and deserving of expulsion after review in the VAR. In addition, Balde has had to be carried away, he cannot continue. Mallorca is left with one less and Balde will be replaced.
13’00” – Yellow for Amath Ndiaye for a foul on Balde, a hard blow for arriving late with the studs in which a little more was played.
08’54” – Gavi tries it after controlling the croissant to outline the shot with his left foot! Greif stopped.
05’00” – Mallorca tries to play now, very withdrawn the first five minutes and surprised after the goal.
02’00” – Ansu Fati had thirteen games without scoring at the Camp Nou and is one of the players whose future was in doubt. Today he has been supported by his fans after a goal that he needed.
01’00” – AND A GOOOAL FOR BARÇA AS SOON AS IT STARTED, ANSU FATI SCORED! BARCELONA 1 – 0 Majorca. In the first play of the game, Lewandowski’s heel shot for Gavi who sneaks into the area and assists for Fati, another of the men who was looking to vindicate himself today!
The game begins, take Barcelona out of the center!
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