Category: Spanyol

League Results Spain, 3 Goals Lionel Messi Win Barcelona

League Results Spain, 3 Goals Lionel Messi Win Barcelona

Barcelona won 5-0 in Derbi Catalan contra Espanyol in the Spanish Primera Liga La Liga Division at Camp Nou Stadium, Saturday (09/09/2017) or Sunday morning GMT. Lionel Messi recorded a hat-trick in the game.

Two other goals each donated Gerard Pique (87 ‘) and Luis Suarez (90’).

Appearing as a host and having a quality composition better players make Barcelona no trouble to dominate the course of action since the first minute.

However, the strength of defensive game Espanyol makes skill Ernesto Valverde squad quite difficult to create opportunities for the first 25 minutes.

One minute later the team nicknamed the Blaugrana to finally break the deadlock of the attack and open the 1-0 lead.

Starting from a breakthrough bait Ivan Rakitic, Messi was able to maximize it to a goal by firing a shot from inside the penalty box.

The Argentine star returned his name on the scoreboard in the 35th minute and this time he was able to maximize the bait from Jordi Alba.

After a 2-0 lead in the first half, Messi again became a scourge for Espanyol in the second 45 minutes.

Yes, in the 67th minute Blaugrana widened the advantage into 3-0 also through goals scored Messi utilizing horizontal cross Alba.

As if not satisfied with the 3-0 victory, Barcelona can still score two additional goals before the game ends.

Gerard Pique’s fourth goal scored in the 87th minute that started from the execution of football corner Ivan Rakitic.

Luis Suarez closed the Barcelona goal party in this match and sealed a 5-0 landslide victory while scoring in the final minutes of normal time after receiving a horizontal cross from Ousmane Dembele.

FC Barcelona 5-0 Espanyol (Lionel Messi 26 ‘, 35’, 67 ‘, Gerard Pique 87’, Luis Suarez 90 ‘)

FC Barcelona: 1-Marc-Andre ter Stegen, 3-Gerard Pique, 18-Jordi Alba, 23-Samuel Umtiti, 2-Nelson Semedo, 8-Andres Iniesta, 4-Ivan Rakitic, 5-Sergio Busquets, 10-Lionel Messi , 16-Gerard Deulofeu (11-Ousmane Dembele 68 ‘), 9-Luis Suarez

Coach: Ernesto Valverde

Espanyol: 1-Pau Lopez, 22-Mario Hermoso, 3-Aaron Martin, 20-Papakouli Diop, 18-Javi Fuego, 4-Victor Sanchez (2-Mark Navarro 68 ‘), 19-Pablo Piatti (9-Sergio Garcia 57 ‘), 15-David Lopez, 25-Sergi Darder, 7-Gerard Moreno, 11-Leo Baptistao

Coach: Quique Sanchez Flores

Referee: Jesus Gil