Raphinha Goal vs Valencia FC 3-0

Intercity vs Barcelona summary

Final score: Intercity – Barcelona 3:4 (after extra time) Intercity puffed and puffed in the last few minutes, but to no avail.


What a football game! An absolutely terrific second half! to go to Intercity, what a hassle!Did anyone see that after Ronald Araújo’s goal in the 3rd minute? Barça should have been up by more than a goal at half-time, even though Intercity were inches from a 1-0 draw with the Uruguayan.


The defender had to clear the line after a goal from Aaron Piñán. But in the second half of that game, the magic happened.

Raphinha Goal vs Valencia FC 3-0



He was the beneficiary of , scoring three times to level his team after Ousmane Dembélé and Raphinha appeared to put the Catalans ahead.

Five goals and a truly incredible save by Intercity goalkeeper Gaizka Camps came within 27 minutes of the second half.

Even if you’re not used to rewatching games, if you know the result, watch this second part again. Not surprisingly, the extension was a less eventful affair.

Barcelona controlled most but had to be careful to stay tight at the back, with Intercity still an occasional threat.

Ansu Fati eventually equalized for Xavi’s side in extra time just before half-time but it’s Intercity who will get all the applause for a stirring performance. I didn’t think I’d say that at halftime. Which game. The magic of the mug really exists!

Intercity vs Barcelona summary: score, goals highlights

Futbol Club Barcelona, commonly known as Barcelona or FC Barcelona, is a professional football club based in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The club was founded in 1899 by a group of Swiss, English, and Catalan footballers led by Joan Glamper.

Barcelona has a long and successful history, and is one of the most successful clubs in Spanish football and European football.

The club has won numerous domestic and international titles, including 26 La Liga titles, 5 Copa del Rey titles, and 5 UEFA Champions League titles. Barcelona has also won a number of other domestic and international cups and tournaments.

In addition to its success on the pitch, FC Barcelona is also known for its strong commitment to promoting Catalan culture and language, and for its unique approach to sports management, which is based on the principle of “mes que un club” (more than a club).

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