Sevilla-Barcelona, ​​La Liga: Final score 0-3, Barça overcome early fears and dominate away

Barcelona are off to an unbeaten start to the season, with three wins to date. La Liga back-to-back games thanks to a convincing 3-0 win against Sevilla at Roman Sanchez Pizjuan on Saturday night.of Blaugrana We had to weather an early storm against a team that really needed results, but in the end we showed dominance and took big wins on the road.

first half

Sevilla desperately needed results and appeared like a desperate team, playing with incredible intensity, pushing Barça high on the pitch and creating great chances from behind. BlaugranaAt the high line of , you are close to scoring at least three times. Marc-André ter Stegen had to play a big role early on and a goal for Sevilla felt like it was only a matter of time.

But Barça did something unusual for them: they scored against the flow of play, scored with a lightning-quick counter-attack initiated by Ousmane Dembele, and kept Robert Lewandowski in the box. and after Paul’s chip went over the keeper, it was Rafinha who cleared the line and headed the first goal off the rebound.

Barça needed to find the back of the net to play the game calmly. After managing to weather the early storm, the away side started to have more balls, slowing Sevilla’s momentum. The home side couldn’t easily take chances on the counter and suddenly it was all Barça. Pizjuan.

A second goal was needed to control the game, but with 10 minutes remaining Jules Kunde found Lewandowski with a beautiful ball over the head. 2-0 on the road.

Sevilla looked faint after the second goal and could not maintain their organization, giving Barça two great chances to end the game in the final seconds. However, Khunde missed his header open inside his six-yard box and Dembele failed to convert an easy header on the final play of the half. Barça were in full control at half-time, but there is hope that Sevilla will come back at least in the final period.

Latter half

Sevilla nearly scored less than a minute into the second half, but Eric Garcia blocked Eric Lamela’s shot inside the area and it looked as though the home side had played the way they did early on. felt.

Barça needed a third goal to completely end the match and in the 50th minute a cross from Dembele into the box found Kunde, who headed in Eric Garcia’s pass and the Spaniard made it 3-0 on objective. was killed by from the contest.

With the win secured and Sevilla visibly shaken by Eric’s goal, Barça pretty much cruised through the rest of the game, trying to score a fourth on the counter every time the home side came forward, It opened wide at the back.

However, no more goals were scored and the final whistle blew, giving Barça three points for the third game in a row. Barça certainly could have played better in the first 20 minutes, but Sevilla were expected to start fast. It’s very unlikely they didn’t do this last season and it shows an evolution from the team and coaches.

Things look good as the league continues its undefeated start.

Seville: Bono; Montiel (Suso 64′), Fernando, Nianzu, Acuña. Jordan (Delaney 46′), Guderi (Carmona 46′), Rakitić; Isco (Gomez 70′); Lamela, En Nesyri (Dolberg 56′)

Target: none

BarcelonaKunde, Araujo, Eric (Roberto 55′), Balde (Alba 64′); Gavi, Busquets, Pedri (63′, De Jong); Rafinha, Lewandowski (Fati 75′), Dembele (Ferrand); 63 minutes)

Target: Rafinha (21 minutes), Lewandowski (36 minutes), Eric (50 minutes)

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