FULL-TIME, Barcelona 4-0 Real Betis: A prevailing exhibition and an agreeable triumph for Barça, who had a lot simpler errand playing against a Betis side that completed the night with nine men yet completely merited the triumph with an extraordinary appearance before the home group. The noteworthy lead at the highest point of the table is reestablished, and the title is increasingly close to being made authority.
82’ GOAL!!! Barcelona 4-0 Real Betis (Rodríguez OG): IT’S FOUR!!! Barça at last score in the final part as Ansu Fati fires a low cross and Guido Rodríguez redirects it against his own net.
81’ INJURY: Betis are down to nine men as Joaquín goes off harmed with the guests having previously made each of the five replacements.
SECOND HALF KICKOFF! Barcelona 3-0 Real Betis: Back in progress at Camp Nou! How about we complete the task in style with additional objectives, young men!
HALFTIME, Barcelona 3-0 Real Betis: A fantasy opening period for the host group, who played quite well and took their risks. Betis had great snapshots of their own yet totally collapsed once they went down to 10 men, and the possibilities of a last part rebound are exceptionally thin for the guests.
39’ GOAL!!! Barcelona 3-0 Real Betis (Raphinha): IT’S THREE!!! Barça win the ball high up the pitch on the left wing and Sergio Busquets makes a thrilling pass to Raphinha who chips the guardian and triples the lead! The objective was at first precluded for offside, yet an extended VAR survey affirmed the objective.
36’ GOAL!!! Barcelona 2-0 Real Betis (Lewandowski): BARÇA Twofold THE LEAD! An extraordinary passing grouping on the right flank closes with an ideal low cross from Jules Kounde and a wonderful first-time finish from Robert Lewandowski!
33’ RED CARD: Betis center-back Edgar González receives his second yellow card in just 20 minutes after coming off the bench and the visitors are down to 10 men.
14’ GOAL!!! Barcelona 1-0 Real Betis (Christensen): BARÇA Start to lead the pack! A phenomenal beginning is compensated with the initial objective as Raphinha places in a lovely cross and Andreas Christensen heads it home on his return!
KICKOFF! Barcelona 0-0 Real Betis: And we’re underway at Camp Nou!
WELCOME TO THE SPOTIFY CAMP NOU!!! The Greatest Stadium on Earth opens its doors for a massive La Liga match between visitors Real Betis and Barcelona, who come into this one looking for a bounce-back win after the midweek disappointment against Rayo Vallecano. Barça will also look to protect their double-digit lead the the top of the table and continue their march to the title, but Betis have proved to be a brutal opponent in recent seasons and always bring their A-game when meeting Barça. This should be fun, and you’re welcome to join us to follow and comment all the action. Vamos!
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