Barcelona vs Villarreal Highlights 2018
Barcelona moved above Sevilla to the highest point of La Liga as Gerard Pique and Carles Alena scored to anchor a prevail upon battling Villarreal.
Champions Barcelona overcame a dogged Villarreal side to win 2-0 at home on Sunday, with goals from stalwart defender Gerard Pique and youngster Carles Alena, to provisionally return to the top of La Liga.
Provoke headed the Catalans in front in the 36th moment, associating with a cross from the energetic Ousmane Dembele who created another conclusive showcase in the wake of scoring Barca’s late equalizer against Atletico Madrid a week ago.
Villarreal are floating over the assignment zone, however they delivered a commendable showcase and about led the pack when Gerard Moreno seized on a misunderstanding between goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen and protector Clement Lenglet yet was capable just to strike the outside of the close post.
Homegrown midfielder Alena, 20, fell off the seat to score his first alliance objective for Barca in the 87th moment and seal the win, dashing on to a through ball from Lionel Messi and creating a sure wrap up.
Arouse headed in Ousmane Dembele’s conservative cross for the opening objective.
What’s more, youth Alena scored his first La Liga objective when he chipped the ball over Sergio Asenjo from Lionel Messi’s through ball.
Sevilla botched the opportunity to return to the best when they drew 1-1 at fourth-put Alaves later on Sunday.
They had looked set for thrashing following Jony’s short proximity complete yet Wissam Ben Yedder’s strike spared a point for the guests.
Barca, who had a few players out harmed, were a long way from their best against Villarreal in spite of the fact that Messi nearly included a third late.
The Yellow Submarine ought to have driven before on, with Gerard Moreno hitting the post in the wake of holding off Clement Lenglet.
It was just a second win in five diversions for Barca, while Villarreal stay one place outside the assignment zone with one triumph in their previous eight recreations.