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Hat trick to comeback colors Blaugrana's victory

Jakarta, Beritasatu.com Hat trick Robert Lewandowski brought Barcelona to a 4-2 victory over Valencia at the Estadio Olimpic Lluis Companys, Tuesday (30/4/2024) early morning WIB. Comeback The Blaugrana also scored a victory after previously trailing 2-1 to Valencia.

Fermin Lopez gave the Blaugrana the lead first. Valencia then took the lead through Hugo Duro's goal and Pepelu's penalty before Lewandowski's hat trick brought three points for the home team.

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This victory made Barcelona move up to second place, shifting Girona. Squad Xavi Hernandez's coach has currently scored 73 points, 11 points behind Real Madrid who are at the top of the standings. Meanwhile, Valencia is in eighth place with 47 points from 33 matches.

The match started with high intensity when Barcelona took the initiative to attack, but Valencia was still able to keep up with the home team.

In the 22nd minute, Barcelona broke the deadlock. Starting from Cancelo's movement on the left side, the ball was given to Raphinha who then sent a cross.

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Fermin was able to escape from the Valencia player's guard before heading in front of the goal, resulting in a goal. Barcelona leads 1-0 over Valencia.

However, Barcelona's lead only lasted five minutes after Valencia equalized. Goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen made a fatal mistake when receiving a back-pass.

The German goalkeeper tried to outwit Hugo Duro, but failed and the ball was stolen before Hugo Duro put it into the net and the score became 1-1.

In the 38th minute, Valencia took the lead through a penalty kick. The referee pointed to the spot after Ronaldo Araujo brought down Peter Gonzales in the restricted area.

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Pepelu stepped up as executor and beat Ter Stegen to make the score 2-1 in favor of Valencia.

Valencia had to play with 10 people in the 45+3 minute. Their goalkeeper, Mamardashvili, was given a straight red card for carrying out handball outside the penalty box in an attempt to stop Lamine Yamal's movement.

Valencia was forced to withdraw Hugo Almeida and introduce reserve goalkeeper Jaume Domenech.

After that, Barcelona took advantage of their superior number of players and continued to attack Valencia's defense.

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In the 49th minute, Barcelona equalized. Starting from a corner kick, Lewandowski headed the ball hard at the near post. Barcelona 2-2 Valencia.

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Valencia continued to fight back, but being outnumbered made it difficult for them to keep up with Barcelona's game.

In the 82nd minute, Barca scored the third goal. Starting from a corner kick, chaos broke out in the Valencia penalty box. The ball then deflected off Araujo's head, leading to Lewandowski who was ready to head in and the score changed to 3-2 with Barcelona ahead of Valencia.

In the 90+3 minute, Lewandowski scored another goal and scored a hat trick. The free kick was quite far from the penalty box, Lewandowski curled a shot at the near post resulting in a goal and the score became 4-2 for Barcelona over Valencia.

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Lewandowski has now recorded 16 goals for Barcelona in the 2023/24 LaLiga season.

This goal also ended the match. Barcelona has the right to secure three points with a 4-2 win over Valencia.
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Lineup:

Barcelona (4-3-3): Marc-Andre ter Stegen; Jules Kounde, Ronald Araujo, Pau Cubarsi (Inigo Martinez 46'), Joao Cancelo (Ferran Torres 80'); Ilkay Guendogan, Andreas Christensen (Sergi Roberto 46'), Fermin Lopez (Pedri 73'); Lamine Yamal, Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha (Joao Felix 66')

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Valencia (4-4-2): Giorgi Mamardashvili; Jesus Vazquez, Yarek Gasiorowski, Cristhian Mosquera, Thierry Correia; 16-Diego Lopez (7-Sergi Canos 79'), 18-Pepelu, 8avi Guerra (Hugo Guillamon 71'), Peter Gonzalez (15-Cenk Ozkacar 79'); 9-Hugo Duro (Alberto Mari 70'), Andre Almeida (Jaume Domenech 45+6')

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