Hey 3 games in a row! Barcelona beat Valencia 1-0 in injury time

The Spanish La Liga match between “Bat” Valencia hosts Barcelona at the Mestalla Stadium on Saturday night, October 29.

The game started 13 minutes into the game, the visiting team almost got the goal from the moment Pedri Gonzalez opened up to Ansu Fati Speed ​​​​into the penalty area before hitting Georgie Mamarda. The local Dan came out to stop him in time.

In the 23rd minute, “The Boon Threw” managed to win again. Robert Lewandowski flicked the ball quickly, one stroke fell to Ansu Fati, a shot through the ball into the goal. But he didn’t get a goal because he was offside first.

In the 44th minute, the visiting team went ahead. Jordi Alba opened the ball from the left edge for Robert Lewandowski. A quick break in front of the game, the home team turned and headed the ball past Georgie Mardashvili but hit bottom right column 0-0 is still the end of the first half.

Returning to play in the second half in the 50th minute, the hosts were almost level. Marcos Andre even headed Samuel Lino into the net, but VAR refused because Marcos Andre had handballed the previous stroke. .

In the 83rd minute, the visiting team missed a golden opportunity, Rafinha opened the ball into the penalty area, Pedri caught it and opened it for Ferran Torres to have a clear shot, but he pushed the ball into his own leg unbelievably.

90+3 minutes of stoppage time, the visiting team hurling hard, Rafinha opened the long ball in front of Robert Lewandowski Speed ​​​​to push the ball past Georgie Mamardaschwi and Li netted the net to give Barcelona lead by 1-0.

At the end of the game, Barcelona beat Valencia 1-0, collecting three points, leading the crowd with 31 points, equal to Real Madrid who still have another game in hand. But the goal difference is better.

List of players for both teams
Valencia (4-3-3): Georgi Mamardashvili, Thierry Gorea (Jesus Vazquez 80s), Gabriel Paulista, Erai Gomert, Jose Gaya, Dimitri Fulgier, Hugo Guiamon, Andre Almeida (Tony Lato, 72), Justin Kluivert (Samu Castillejo, 72), Edison Cavani (Marco S Andre , n. 18), Samuel Lino
Barcelona (4-3-3): Marc Andre ter Steigen, Alejandro Valde, Jules Koonde (74′ Gerard Pique), Eric Garcia (Marcos Alonso) N.42), Jordy Alba, Frankie de Jong, Sergio Busquets (Pablo Gabi, 56), Pedro Gonzalez, Ousmane Dembele ( Ferranto) Marres 56), Robert Lewandowski, Ansu Fati (Rafinha 57)


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