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An unleashed Dembélé leads Barça against Celta (3-1)

The FC Barcelona overcame with fright and victory the process before the Celta Vigo (3-1) after a game with nothing at stake, which took the breath away from the fainting of Ronald Araujo for several minutesand which places the Catalans in second position in the table after matchday 36 of the Santander League.

The Camp Nou enjoyed more with the goals than with the game of his team. Without the competitive tension and with the goal ‘accomplished’ for both, Celta offered more arguments to take advantage on the scoreboard, but Ousmane Dembelé changed the game when and how he wanted.

The French international sent Olívic’s list of merits to the brink after Iago Aspas wasted a one-on-one and a very clear chance after ten minutes. The Galicians forgave and in the first Blaugrana arrival, a goal from Memphis after a play by Dembélé. The Frenchman repeated that play at least five times throughout the game and two of them ended in the net.

Before the 2-0 came, Celta had the tie in Galhardo’s boots, who ran into a great Ter Stegen, and only four minutes later Aubameyang took advantage of a ball without an owner in the heart of the area to hunt the first of their own. A goal that did not do justice to the people from Vigo, better in everything except on the scoreboard.

In the second half the tables did change, Xavi brought on Riqui Puig and Barça won the order that they lacked in midfield. The duel resumed as the first half had ended: Dembélé’s snatch, death pass and shot on goal. This time it was Aubameyang, who completed his double on his assistant’s magical night.

A total of 13 assists has given Dembélé this season, the best asset of a Barça that received many occasions in the final stretch but only one ended in a goal. The rest of the stake – red to Murillo after 14 minutes on the field – revolved around the shock suffered by Ronald Araujo.

The Uruguayan central collided with Gavi and finished passed out on the grass. There he was treated before being transferred to a hospital to have “complementary tests” carried out. The shock did not give for more. All the spice had already been put by Dembélé and the scare, good old Araujo.

This is how the match ended, with a goal disallowed against Puig for offside and with Aspas forgiving the second in his search for a new Zarra trophy. Everything was ready for sentencing at a Camp Nou that only has one game left this season.

Data sheet:

Barcelona, ​​3: Ter Stegen; Alves (Mingueza, min. 89), Araujo (Lenglet, min. 64), Eric Garcia,; Frenkie de Jong, Alba, Gavi, Memphis (Ansu Fati, min. 64); Dembélé, Aubameyang (Luuk de Jong, min. 84) and Ferran Torres (Riqui Puig, min. 46).

Celtic of Vigo, 1: diture; Kevin (Murillo, min. 46), Aidoo Jr, Nestor, Javi Galán; Fran Beltrán (Fontán, min. 90), Brais Méndez, Denis Suárez (Veiga, min. 90), Cervi (Solari, min. 90+7); Thiago Galhardo (Tapia, min. 60) and Iago Aspas.

Goals: 1-0, min. 30: Memphis. 2-0, min. 41: Aubameyang. 3-0, min. 48: Aubameyang. 3-1, min. 50: Blades.

Referee: Ortiz Arias (Madrid Committee). He expelled Murillo (min. 58). He showed yellow to Eric García (min. 60), Frenkie de Jong (min.90+10) and Jordi Alba (min. 90+11).

Incidents: Matchday thirty-six of the First Division, played at the Camp Nou in front of 55,899 spectators.

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