Barcelona’s win lowers Espanyol

Barcelona, which hosted Espanyol, won the match with a 1-0 win over the two red cards, and the visiting team was relegated.

It’s the 35th time in La Liga. In the week of the week, Barcelona hosted Espanyol, the last of the league on the field.

The first half of the match was a goalless tie, while Barcelona’s Ansu Fati, who took the field in the second half, was the 50th.50th-century man. minutes after a hard foul on his opponent saw a red card.

Three minutes later, Pol Lozano, who plays for Espanyol, received a red card for his move to Pique, leaving 10 men left in both teams.

It’s the 56th game of the match. In the minute, Barcelona found the goal.

Messi’s shot bounced off the defence and luis suarez followed well and sent the ball into the net with a neat shot.

The Uruguayan star, who scored 195 goals in his Barcelona career, became the club’s third-highest scorer in club history, behind Lionel Messi and Cesar Rodriguez, surpassing Lazslo Kubala.

There were no other goals in the remaining minutes of the match and Barcelona left the field with a 1-0 win.

With this result, Barcelona increased their score to 76 points, reduced the difference of points with leader Real Madrid to more than 1 point in the match, while Espanyol, who remained on 24 points, was certain to drop out of the league.

Espanyol, who has been in 88 of the 89 seasons since the founding of La Liga, has suffered a relegation woe for the second time in its history.