Spain LaLiga Results: 6 Goal Drama, El Barca Wins 4-2

Spain LaLiga Results: 6 Goal Drama, El Barca Wins 4-2

Barcelona achieved a 4-2 victory over Real Betis. Ferran Torres scored a hat-trick in this match.

Real Betis vs Barcelona is presented at Benito Villamarin in the Spanish League continued match, Sunday (21/1). El Barca was able to open the scoring in the 21st minute.

Pedri is free on the right side. He was not selfish by passing the ball to Ferran Torres.

With one flick, Torres successfully broke into Betis’ goal. Barcelona winning 1-0.

The 1-0 score for Barcelona lasted until the first half was over.

Three minutes after the break, Torres put his name on the scoreboard again. This goal started from Lamine Yamal’s action on the right side.

He was able to stab into the penalty box then fire a shot that hit the post. The ball was immediately hit by Torres to score a goal.

Behind two goals, Betis tried to get back up. Isco was able to close the gap in the 55th minute.

This former Real Madrid player scored a goal with a volley. He snatched a wild ball from Inaki Pena.

Five minutes later, Isco scored another goal to bring Betis level. Isco scored another beautiful goal.

Welcoming the ball from the right side, he was able to cheat the ball ahead of Pena. The score was tied at 2-2 in the 60th minute.

The match was fierce in the last 30 minutes. However, both teams had difficulty scoring goals.

Towards the end of the match, Barcelona was able to take the lead again. Receiving feedback from Torres, Joao Felix fired a measured shot into the right corner of the calf goal from the edge of the penalty box in the 90th minute.

Torres then closed Barcelona’s victory by scoring a hat-trick. Free after receiving a breakthrough pass from Yamal, Torres kicked off a chip that tricked Rui Silva.

Barcelona closed the match with a 4-2 win. This result brought the Blaugrana to collect 44 points.

They are still stuck in third place. Barcelona is five points behind Girona in second place and seven points behind Madrid at the top of the standings. Meanwhile, Betis is in ninth place with 31 points.

This result continues Barcelona’s positive momentum in LaLiga after stringing together three consecutive wins. Xavi revealed a number of notes that Barca must improve, even though he was satisfied with his team’s performance.

“We were good and we controlled the game, but we faced a complicated situation in a specific game. I don’t know whether Pedri was fouled or not, but the opponent’s goal made us a little nervous,” said Xavi, quoted by AS.

“It was our own fault for what we experienced. We were in control of the game with a 2-0 lead. We had one of the best first halves of the season, a game that would have been easier to win. We dominated the game but our opponents equalized the score at 2-2. “

“The score was very unfair, but we had to do a lot of good things to win. In the end we came back from a game, which we should have won earlier,” continued the former top Spanish midfielder.

“There were moments when we lacked concentration. We made some mistakes, which must be minimized, but it was a great match, a very important match, one of the best matches of the season with two goals conceded,” Xavi added.

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