Monday, November 28, 2022



Barcelona improved and Villarreal thrashed – La Liga



Barcelona-Seville was a draw and Villarreal thrashed Alavés. Review the games that were played last night for matchday 4 of LaLiga that had been postponed.

The Laliga League had postponed Day 4 of the tournament so that the South American players would not miss the matches and they recovered it with two great games. Villa was dispatched with a win and Barcelona regained confidence against Seville.

Villarreal 5-2 Alaves

Villarreal beat Alavés 5-2 with doubles by Gerard Moreno and Boulaye Dias, and another goal by Yéremi Pino. The Yellow Submarine achieved its third consecutive victory and was on the lookout for the European positions.

The locals took a quick lead and by half an hour into the game they were already 2-0 on the scoreboard. The first goal came thanks to a magical play between Dani Parejo and Gerard Moreno for the latter to convert. It is necessary to watch the video to understand why it has something supernatural in the touches. The second goal was thanks to a good assist from Manu Trigueros that Boulaye Dias scored a goal.

Alavés was not an insistent team, but found the discount before going to rest. Pere Pons found a rebound inside the area and sent it to save. By game time, the visitor had almost not kicked the rival goal, but an error by Pau Torres left the ball served to Joselu for the forward to score the equalizer with the empty goal.

Those of Unai Emery had arguments and they went in search of the three points with the blood in the eye. In the last 15 minutes they were overwhelming: Dia scored again thanks to another great assist from Dani Parejo, Yéremi Pino found the ball to push it under the goal and give the team peace of mind, and Gerard Moreno imitated the latter to put the final fifth.

Seville 1-1 Barcelona

Seville and Barcelona drew 1-1 in a true battle that took place in La Cartuja. The Catalans left a very good performance to regain confidence and completely dominated the second in the table. To give an account of what Barcelona did: he had 23 shots against 5 from the local.

Xavi Hernández’s team controlled the entire game and was looking for the advantage from the beginning. Their homegrown players -Gavi, Ferran Jutglá and Abdessamad Ezzalzouli- gave results and help to have the club’s imprint.

Sevilla did not do great things, but they put all of Barcelona to sleep with a single play in the first half. Ivan Rakitic took a low corner kick and Alejandro Gómez appeared to define crossed. Papu connected the prepared play and made the goal.

Barcelona continued with Xavi’s plans and went to search pressing high. After many attempts, the tie came in the least expected way: Ronald Araújo headed in a corner and scored the goal at the far post.

Jules Koundé was sent off at game time for reacting violently to Jordi Alba. The Seville player let the ball go out on the side, the Barcelona player pushed it and the Frenchman answered with a ball. An expulsion that complicated his team: towards the end, Barcelona had two clear chances to win the match, but the stick and goalkeeper Bono denied him happiness.
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