He Barça won the Athletic 2-3 during the match held this Wednesday at the stadium of San Mamés. He Athletic faced the match with the intention of tracing his score in the standings after losing the last game against the Real Madrid by a score of 3-1. Regarding the visiting team, the Barcelona won the Real society in his fiefdom by 2-1 and previously he also did it in his stadium, against the I raised by 1-0. After the result obtained, the Bilbao team is ninth, while the Barça he is third after the end of the match.
The first team to score was the Bilbao team, which opened the scoring thanks to the success in front of goal by Iñaki Williams just a few minutes after the initial whistle, at minute 3. But later the Barcelona tied thanks to a goal from Pedri at 14 minutes. Once again, the culé team scored, turning the score around, putting 1-2 with a goal from Lionel messi in the 38th minute, thus ending the first part with a 1-2 in the light.
In the second period the visiting team scored a goal, which increased their distance with a new goal from Lionel messi, thus achieving a double at 62 minutes. However, the local team approached the scoreboard through a goal from Iker Muniain on the verge of the end, in the 90, concluding the match with the score of 2-3.
In the chapter on changes, the Athletic of Marcelino relieved Mikel Balenziaga, Dani Garcia, Alex Berenguer and Jon morcillo by Yuri berchiche, Mikel Vesga Arruti, Oscar De Marcos and Raul Garcia, while the technician of the Barça, Ronald Koeman, ordered the entry of Martin Braithwaite and Oscar Mingueza to supply Ousmane Dembele and Sergino Dest.
The referee sanctioned three players with a yellow card. He showed two yellow cards to Mikel Vesga Arruti and Dani Garcia, of the Athletic and one to Clemente Lenglet of the Barça.
With this result, the Athletic he gets 21 points and the Barça it goes up to 31 points.
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The next round the team will play at home against him Getafe, Meanwhile he Barcelona will face at home Elche.
|Athletic:||Unai Simón, Ander Capa, Unai Núñez, Íñigo Martínez, Yuri Berchiche (Mikel Balenziaga, min.32), Óscar De Marcos (Álex Berenguer, min.67), Unai Vencedor, Mikel Vesga Arruti (Dani García, min.65), Iker Muniain, Raúl García (Jon Morcillo, minimum 80) and Iñaki Williams|
|Barcelona:||Marc-André ter Stegen, Sergines Dest (Óscar Mingueza, min.75), Ronald Araújo, Clement Lenglet, Jordi Alba, Pedri, Frenkie de Jong, Sergio Busquets, Ousmane Dembele (Martin Braithwaite, min.75), Antoine Griezmann and Lionel Messi|
|Goals:||Iñaki Williams (1-0, min.3), Pedri (1-1, min.14), Lionel Messi (1-2, min.38), Lionel Messi (1-3, min.62) and Iker Muniain ( 2-3, minimum 90)|
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.