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Fantastic numbers for Barcelona after Bilbao were wiped out by four ... What did you do, Xavi?

Fantastic numbers for Barcelona after Bilbao were wiped out by four … What did you do, Xavi?

In the twenty-sixth round of the Spanish League at Camp Nou, yesterday, Sunday, Barcelona defeated Athletic Bilbao by four goals, led by its young coach, Xavi Hernandez, to score a number of fantastic numbers.

In yesterday’s meeting, Barcelona’s fourth team scored in the 37th minute, Aubameyang, Tempele in the 73rd minute, Luke de Jong in the 90th minute and Debe in the 93rd minute.

Mr. who specializes in statistics. According to Sheep, Barcelona have not conceded more than 4 goals in 3 consecutive matches since Luis Enrique was on the bench.

Barcelona 4-1 Villarreal (6 May 2017)

Los Palmas 1-4 Barcelona (May 14, 2017).

Barcelona 4-2 Eibar (May 21, 2017).

Barcelona have won three consecutive games for the first time this season: 4-1 against Valencia, 4-2 against Napoli and 4-2 against Athletic Bilbao.

Barcelona’s match against Bilbao saw a new number, with Barca joining clubs that have scored three goals on the bench each time in the Spanish league:

Villarreal (Zelda Vigo / 2003): Victor, Palermo, Guerrero.

Mallorca (Espanol / 2004): Brujng, Golsa, Pereira.

Atletico (Osasuna / 2020): Carrasco, Lorente, Morata.

Barcelona (Athletics / 2022): Tembele, de Jong, DiPay.

Barcelona continued its rise and finished fourth in the Spanish Football League, qualifying for the Champions League next season, 4/0 after its prestigious and worthy win against guest Atletico Bilbao.

Barcelona, ​​who have won their third consecutive match in various competitions, are tied for fourth place with 45 points, ahead of fifth-placed Atletico Madrid.

On the other hand, Athletic Bilbao, who suffered his seventh defeat in the competition this season, froze in eighth place with 37 points.

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Gabonese star Pierre-Emerick Abamayang scored for Barcelona in the 37th minute, while Frenchman Usman Tembele and Netherlands’ Luke de Jong added second and third goals in the 73rd and 90th minutes respectively. Respectively.

And the Dutchman, Memphis Debay, ended the Catalan goal festival with a fourth goal for Barcelona in the fourth minute of regulation time, instead of losing in the second half.

Thus, Barcelona continued their creativity in their last matches led by coach Xavi Hernandez, where he scored 12 goals and conceded only 3 goals in the team’s last 3 meetings in all competitions.


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