Barcelona defeats Valencia thanks to Lewandowski

Valencia – #FC_Barcelona -Played on 10/29/2022

This past Saturday night at the bat stronghold “Mestalla,” Barcelona defeats Valencia by a

score of 1-0 in the 12th round of La Liga. Robert Lewandowski scored the game’s lone goal in

the 90+3rd minute. Barcelona momentarily moved to the top of the league rankings with

this victory, raising its score to 31 points, while Valencia’s balance in tenth place remained at

15 points. The hosts applied pressure early on, as Valencia’s Samuel Leno struck a ball just

beyond the penalty area that was saved by Marc-Andre ter Stegen after one minute.

In the 13th minute, Barcelona striker Ansu Fati found himself one-on-one with Valencia

goalkeeper Giorgi and fired a shot that the bat goalie skillfully deflected away. He won Ansu

Fati, a striker for Barcelona, scored a goal in the 22nd minute, but the goal was disallowed

for offside by the match official. In the 38th minute, Barcelona defender Conde powerfully

headed a ball into the penalty area, but it deflected away from the goal. In the 42nd minute, Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez chose to substitute Marcos Alonso for injured Eric Garcia because he could not finish the game.

Robert Lewandowski, a striker for Barcelona, pointed the ball. In the 44th minute, a header within the penalty area struck Valencia’s left goal post.

Barcelona defeats Valencia: A goalless tie occurred in the opening period

However, In the 50th minute of the second half, Valencia’s Samuel Leno scored a goal, but the match official disallowed it after consulting the video technology because Valencia’s Marcos Andre was involved in a handball. Ansu Fati, a striker for Barcelona, blasted a crawling ground ball in the 54th minute that went beyond the left post.

In the 70th minute, Valencia attacker Samuel Leno dribbled past the Barcelona defense and fired a creeping ball that Ter Stegen easily stopped. Jules Conde, a French international defender, reported a left foot injury and was unable to finish the game. Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez decided to replace him. In the 74th minute, Gerard Pique came on. Lewandowski, a striker for Barcelona, nearly gave his team the lead in the 83rd minute after receiving the ball deep in the penalty area and weaving through the Valencia defense before hitting the right post of the goal.

As Pedri delivered him a cross inside the penalty area, towards Pedri, who shot recklessly to miss the chance to score the opening goal, Barcelona striker Ferran Torres missed a very peculiar opportunity to score.
In the 93rd minute, Barcelona’s Polish striker Robert Lewandowski scored the game-winning goal. He did this by receiving a long ball deep in the penalty area from his teammate Rafinha and placing it with one touch below the left post to earn the Blaugrana the three points.

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