Barcelona 1-0 Valencia, La Liga: result, goals and summary of the match at the Camp Nou

FC Barcelona took an important victory in the confrontation against Valencia CF in a game with controversy. The culés went ahead with Raphinha ‘s goal in the first half, but they did not sign a showy game by any means.

Barça missed a penalty on the boots of Ferran Torres and was also left with one less player due to the clear expulsion of Araújo, who grabbed Hugo Duro as the last player. Afterward, Valencia called for a penalty from Kessie for bringing down Fran Pérez, but Alberola Rojas did not point it out and Barça took another victory.  

⚽  First part (1-0) 

The first half had several phases. Valencia began by standing up at Camp Nou, but again Barcelona, ​​almost with the law of minimum effort, took advantage. After a quarter of an hour, a goal by Raphinha with a header after Busquets’ pass served to put the locals ahead. The goal left Baraja’s men KO, who had a few bad minutes, although in the final stretch of the first half Valencia once again brought danger without success.

⚽  Second part (1-0) 

This second act began with an unbeatable occasion for FC Barcelona. A clear hand from a Valencia defender and a shot from Koundé led to a penalty for the Catalans, but Ferran Torres missed the maximum penalty. Araújo was clearly sent off for a hold on Hugo Duro when he was the last player, but the chés did not know how to take advantage of their numerical superiority. They claimed Kessie’s penalty on Fran Pérez, but Alberola Rojas did not point it out and Valencia was left without a prize.

⚽ 15′ Raphinha (1-0) 

The Brazilian scored the first goal of the game with a header. Busquets placed the center from the edge of the area with great ease, nobody pressured him and he served the ball to Raphinha, who took advantage of a very bad start from the Valencia goalkeeper to score the first goal of the game.

Until here this Barcelona-Valencia!

We close this live broadcast of the match between FC Barcelona and Valencia at Camp Nou. The culés take a very important victory that allows them to move away for the moment to 10 points from Real Madrid, who will play tonight against Real Betis. Raphinha put the Catalans ahead and Ferran Torres missed a penalty early in the second half. Araújo was sent off with half an hour to go and Barça was left with ten players, but the controversy came with a penalty from Kessie on Fran Pérez that Alberola Rojas did not signal. Valencia remains in relegation place to the Second Division. Thank you and see you next time!

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