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EPL English Premier LeagueLa Liga Football Results – Barcelona’s Late Goal Saved Them

La Liga Football Results – Barcelona’s Late Goal Saved Them

In a football match of the 5th round of La Liga, Barcelona played 1-1 at their stadium against Granada. For this fixture on Monday, Ronald Araujo’s equalizing goal in the 90th minute alone saved Barcelona from a home defeat. So, among other La Liga football results, Barcelona’s late goal saved them into a 1-1 tie with Granada yesterday.

Current La Liga leaders, Real Madrid (football scores), have 13 points, with defending Spanish champions, Atletico Madrid, second having 11.

Then come Valencia and Real Sociedad, who each have 10 points right now.

Barcelona, who have played a game less, are seventh on the table with 8 points.

And lastly, their latest guests, Granada, and in 17th position currently, having secured just three points thus far this season.

In football today, we also explored the predicament, or escape thereof, of Barcelona head coach Ronald Koeman amidst these losses.

La Liga Football Results – Barcelona’s Late Goal Saved Them

In this the Spanish football championship fixture at Camp Nou, guests Granada actually took the lead, and very early on.

Domingos Duarte scored for the visitors in the 2nd minute itself.

On the other hand, while Granada scored a goal at the very beginning, Barcelona didn’t score till the very end!

Despite the constant pressure and good opportunities, Barca did not manage to shake the opponent’s net until the 90th minute.

At the last minute of death time in the match, Barcelona defender Ronald Araujo scored for Barcelona to equalize 1-1.

Barcelona 1 – 1 Granada

Goals: 0 – 1 Duarte 2, 1 – 1 Araujo 90

Bookings: Mingueza, Koeman, Araujo, Pique; Montoro, Gonalons, Maximiano, Monchu, Quini, Bacca

Barcelona: ter Stegen, Balde, Araujo, Garcia, Dest, de Jong, Busquets, Roberto, Coutinho, Depay, Demir

Substitutions: Mingueza, Puig, Gavi, de Jong

Granada: Maximiano, Quini, Duarte, Abram, Escudero, Monchu, Milla, Eteki, Puertas, Molina, Machis

Substitutions: Sanchez, Neva, Montoro, Suarez, Gonalons

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