Barcelona were in Monday night action in the La Liga yesterday as they welcomed Huesca to the Camp Nou Stadium which was the last game in the competition matchday 27. The Catalans had a fantastic day at the office as they did amazingly well to secure a massive 4-1 victory over the visitors'
Lionel Messi gave Barcelona the lead in the 14th minute of the game as his lovely effort from outside the box made the scoreline 1:0 in favour of the Catalans.Antonio Griezmann scored a replica of Lionel Messi's goal to put Barcelona 2-0 up in the 36th minute of the game. With few minutes into the end of 1st half, Huesca drew the deficit as Rafa Mir converted easily from the penalty spot to make the scoreline 2-1 still in Barcelona's favour at halftime.
Barcelona put two goals past Huesca in the second half as Oscar Mingueza's header and Lionel Messi's late strike granted the Catalans a majestic 4-1 win over the visitors' at full-time.
La Liga Top Six
After Yesterday's Game In The La Liga, This Is How The La Liga Table Looks Like.
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