Sunday, May 12, 2013
Coming from behind, Barcelona finally able to celebrate BBVA Liga title with a 2-1 win over Atletico Madrid on Sunday or Monday (5/13/2013) early morning hrs.
Coming from behind, Barcelona finally able to celebrate BBVA Liga title with a 2-1 win over Atletico Madrid on Sunday or Monday (5/13/2013) early morning hrs. The winning goal thanks to suicide Atletico defender, Gabi, in the 80th minute. Earlier, Atletico the lead thanks to goals from Radamel Falcao and then equalized by Alexis Sanchez.
Barca is already ensuring BBVA Liga champions Real Madrid after a 1-1 draw on Saturday (11/05/2013), so the game at home to Atletico live alone celebrate. Even so, Barca want to celebrate a wonderful way, which is win.
Apparently, not easy for Barca to win. Atletico who will also perform at the Copa del Rey final gave stiff resistance.
In fact, they are able to lead in the 51st minute. Getting feedback from Gabi, Falcao quickly cut the ball. His right leg kick Barca netted the goal that kept Jose Manuel Pinto.
Disadvantaged, Barcelona tried to sharpen his attacks. However, Atletico tight fight back, even occasionally threatened Barca's goal. However, on 72 minutes, Atletico Barca failed to withstand the onslaught. Cesc Fabregas bait Sanchez be able to be completed equalizer.
This makes Barca getting excited. They continued to attack, until finally Gabi made an own goal that sealed the win Barca. David Villa kicks the ball actually leads to the side of the net. Gabi tried to throw it, the ball instead meluntir and into the net.
Barca also came home with a 2-1 victory, and their success as a champion Liga BBVA feels unsullied.
Atletico: 13-Thibaut Courtois, 2-Diego Godin, 20-Francisco Juanfran, 22-Emiliano Insua, 23-Miranda, 5-Tiago, 6-Koke, 14-Gabi, 7-Adrian (30-Oliver 76), 9 - Radamel Falcao (19-Diego Da Silva Costa 68), 10-Arda Turan (11-Cristian Rodriguez 64)
Barcelona: 13-Jose Manuel Pinto, 2-Dani Alves (15-Marc Bartra 42), 3-Gerard Pique, 18-Jordi Alba, 21-Adriano (7-David Villa 60), 4-Cesc Fábregas, 8-Andres Iniesta , 25-Alex Song (16-Sergio Busquets 60), 9-Alexis Sanchez, 10-Lionel Messi, 37-Cristian Tello