A double by Lewandowski gives Barcelona the first victory

A double by Lewandowski gives Barcelona the first victory

Barcelona (5th) won their first LaLiga victory this Sunday by beating Real Sociedad (10th) 4-1, on the second day of the Spanish championship, thanks to a doblet of the Polish Robert Lewandowski.

Lewandowski, who precisely turned 34 this Sunday, scored his first official goal in the league
when only 44 seconds had elapsed. But Swedish striker Alexander Isak quickly equalized (6).

Dembelé (66) and Lewandowski (68), again, unraveled a game in which the culé team was not feeling comfortable, before Ansu Fati (79) put the last goal on the scoreboard.

Previously, Villarreal dealt a heavy blow to the Metropolitano by beating Atlético de Madrid 2-0, generating the first doubts of the ‘colchonera’ entity.

In the first half, the ‘yellow submarine’ ran into Croatian goalkeeper Jan Oblak. Despite the clear dominance of Unai Emery’s pupils, the break was tied at zero goals.

Villarreal began sending and warning through the Senegalese Nicola Jackson and the Argentine Giovani Lo Celso
at the beginning and, later, an active Gerard Moreno, who wants to win a place in the Spanish team to play in the World Cup in Qatar.

Oblak was forced to stop the visitors’ attempts, who even scored a goal, which was annulled by the hand of Moreno.

Both the Portuguese Joao Felix and Álvaro Morata were missing in the area among other reasons due to the lack of fluidity of the game of the ‘colchoneros’.

A few moments before the cooling off break, Yéremi Pino brilliantly took advantage of a mistake by the ‘rojiblanca’ defense to finish off a cross ball to Oblak’s right post, without the Slovenian being able to avoid Villarreal’s goal (73).

A saving hand from the Argentine goalkeeper Gerónimo Rulli prevented Atlético from equalizing the electronic. Carrasco headed the ball after he touched the post after a shot.

Finally, the VAR showed the image that shows that Rulli cleared the ball before it passed completely the goal line.

Already immersed in discount timeMoreno scored the second goal, being a real blow for the men of the Argentine coach Diego Simeone.

Villarreal co-leads the Spanish league together with Real Madrid, Betis and Osasuna, all with 6 points.

In the first Sunday match, Athletic Bilbao (7th) beat Valencia (9th) at the New Cathedral thanks to the solitary goal by Alex Berenguer.

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