The Spanish title battle is very exciting. Four other teams claim the title. Leaders Atletico are in the best position, followed by Real Madrid, Barcelona and even Seville is still lurking. So when visiting Valencia it was important to win for Barcelona.
In the first half he was also the better team, but despite some great attacks, he did not score. A rest with a score of 0-0 was the logical result.
After the break, it was Valencia who took the lead. Ter Stegen had a blackout, and Gabriel Paulista was able to drive freely. Barcelona had to work hard.
And I did, not long after I got a penalty. Messi fouled, but he was still able to overtake Selesin on restoration. Not long after, Griezmann scored his goal as well: 1-2, the roles reversed.
With a superb free kick, which ended up in the net across the post, Messi crowned himself with winning the match. An impressive cannon ball from Soller managed to secure the final score of 2-3.
Thus Barcelona are two points behind leaders Atlético (76 points) and are equal to Real Madrid (74 points). Next week, he welcomes Atletico to the Camp Nou for a mutual duel.
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