Lewandowski claims late winner for Barcelona – Ghana Latest Football News, Live Scores, Results – Ghanasoccernet.com

  • October 30, 2022

Lewandowski now has 18 goals for Barcelona
Robert Lewandowski grabbed a dramatic stoppage time winner to send Barcelona back to the top of La Liga.
The Polish striker reached Raphinha’s cross at full stretch to score his 13th goal of the season in the 94th minute.
Lewandowski had been close to scoring before half-time when a header hit the base of the post.
Valencia’s Lino had a goal disallowed for handball after the break, with the result sending Barca ahead of Real Madrid before their match on Sunday.
The result followed a mid-week 3-0 defeat by Bayern Munich that saw Barca knocked out of the Champions League before the end of the group stage.
Their only La Liga defeat came against Real Madrid, and while the battling win in the Mestalla sends them top it is only on goal difference, with Real due to play struggling Girona less than 24 hours later.
Valencia were second best for most of the first half but should have gone into the break ahead, but defender Gabriel sent a free header wide of Barca’s goal.
The home side tired as the second half wore on, with ex-Leeds United midfielder Raphinha chipping in a cross that Lewandowski flung out a foot to meet to give Barca their 10th league win of the season.
Line-upsValencia
Formation 4-3-3
25Mamardashvili2Rendall Correia5Gabriel24Cömert14Gayà20Foulquier6Guillamón18Ribeiro Almeida9Kluivert7Cavani16Dias Lino
Substitutes
Barcelona
Formation 4-3-3
1ter Stegen28Balde23Koundé24García18Alba21de Jong5Busquets8González7Dembélé9Lewandowski10Fati Vieira
Substitutes
Referee:Ricardo de Burgos BengoetxeaAttendance:46,007Match StatsHome TeamValenciaAway TeamBarcelonaPossessionHome33%Away67%ShotsHome3Away13Shots on TargetHome2Away2CornersHome3Away10FoulsHome13Away7Live Text Post update
Match ends, Valencia 0, Barcelona 1.
90’+8’Full Time
Second Half ends, Valencia 0, Barcelona 1.
90’+7’Booking
Samu Castillejo (Valencia) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
90’+7’Post update
Robert Lewandowski (Barcelona) wins a free kick on the left wing.
90’+7’Post update
Foul by Samu Castillejo (Valencia).
90’+7’Booking
Ferran Torres (Barcelona) is shown the yellow card.
90’+7’Booking
Dimitri Foulquier (Valencia) is shown the yellow card.
90’+5’Post update
Pedri (Barcelona) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
90’+5’Post update
Foul by Hugo Guillamón (Valencia).
90’+3’goalGoal!
Goal! Valencia 0, Barcelona 1. Robert Lewandowski (Barcelona) right footed shot from very close range to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Raphinha with a through ball.
90’+2’Booking
Gerard Piqué (Barcelona) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
90’+2’Post update
Foul by Gerard Piqué (Barcelona).
90’+2’Post update
Marcos André (Valencia) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
90’Post update
Corner, Barcelona. Conceded by Gabriel Paulista.
89’Booking
Gavi (Barcelona) is shown the yellow card.
89’Post update
Foul by Gavi (Barcelona).
89’Post update
Gabriel Paulista (Valencia) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
87’Post update
Ferran Torres (Barcelona) wins a free kick in the attacking half.
87’Post update
Foul by Samu Castillejo (Valencia).
84’Post update
Attempt missed. Raphinha (Barcelona) left footed shot from very close range is just a bit too high. Assisted by Ferran Torres.
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