Granada vs Barcelona, La Liga: Final Score 0-4, Dominant Barça win big on the road
Catalan club Barcelona beat Granada 4-0 in Spanish La Liga with two goals from captain Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann.
Barcelona’s unbeaten streak in La Liga is now up to eight games as the Blaugrana won their fourth away game in a row thanks to a 4-0 demolition against Granada. Barça dominated from start to finish, scored some really good goals, and played very well as a team, with a number of impressive individual performances leading Barça to three big points on the road.
Barcelona beat Granada by a wide margin at home. Three goals were scored in the first half and one in the second half.
Messi and Griezmann
In Saturday night’s game in Granada, Barcelona took the lead in the 12th minute through a goal by Antoine Griezmann. In the 35th minute, Messi doubled Barcelona’s lead with a goal from Griezmann’s pass.
Messi scored his second individual goal in the 42nd minute to give the team a comfortable 3-0 lead in the first half. In the 63rd minute, Griezmann scored his second goal in the 63rd minute to give the team a 4-0 victory.
With this victory, Barcelona, which has risen to third place, has narrowed the points gap between the leaders Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid. Atletico has 38 points from three games and Real has 37 points. Barcelona has reached 34 points. Defeated Granada is in seventh place with 24 points.
Granada: Silva; Foulquier, Sánchez, Duarte, Neva (Vallejo 46’); Eteki, Herrera (Soro 70’); Puertas, Montoro (Milla 46’), Machís (Kenedy 64’); Soldado (Suárez 46’)
Red Card: Vallejo (78’)
Barcelona: Ter Stegen; Dest (Firpo 80’), Mingueza, Umtiti, Alba; De Jong (Pjanic 65’), Busquets, Pedri (Trincão 72’); Dembélé (Puig 72’), Messi (Braithwaite 65’), Griezmann
Goals: Griezmann (12’, 63’), Messi (35’, 42’)
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