Barcelona’s second consecutive win with Fati’s goal

Barcelona's second consecutive win with Fati's goal
Barcelona's second consecutive win with Fati's goal

Sports Desk – Teenager footballer Ansu Fati shot against Celta Vigo and gave Barcelona a second straight win to start against Spanish league season with a 3-0 victory. Ansu Fati registered their second consecutive win in the Spanish Football League La Liga. The Barcelona team had to play about half of the matches with ten players but despite this they won an easy victory.

Clement lenglett had to sit out due to a 42nd minute red card. 17 year old Fati played a key role in Barcelona’s victory against Villarriel, scoring two goals in the first match. Against Celta, he scored a beautiful goal in the 11th minute on a pass from Philippe Coutinho.

Celta defender Lucas Olaja scored a suicidal goal in the 51st minute while Sergi Roberto scored a third goal in the second half of injury time with an effort from Lionel Messi. Meanwhile, Sevilla beat Levante by 1-0, while Cadiz finally won the game against Athletic Bilbao with a 1-0 goal despite playing with nine players.

It was the first loss for Celta, which had a win and two draws from its first three games. It hadn’t lost to Barcelona at home in five years, with three wins and two draws in league matches.

Barcelona went a man down in the 42nd after lenglet was shown a second yellow card for hitting Denis Suarez in the face while opening his arm to keep the Celta player from getting past him.

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Despite the man disadvantage under pouring rain at the Balados Stadium in Vigo, Barcelona added to the lead in the 51st with an own-goal by defender Lucas Olaza, who redirected the ball into his own net after Lionel Messi got past two defenders and made a cross into the area.

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