Celta Vigo ensured its maintenance by winning against Barça (2-1) this Sunday at Balaidos as part of the 38th and last day of La Liga.
A few hours after the draw between Real Madrid and Athletic Bilbao (1-1), for the last of Karim Benzema, Celta Vigo offered Barça (2-1) this Sunday at Balaidos as part of the 38th and last day of La Liga, ensuring in passing its maintenance in the elite of Spanish football.
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While Barça believed to open the scoring through Franck Kessié (11th), the goal of the Ivorian midfielder was refused for a slight offside position. It was therefore finally Celta Vigo who took the lead thanks to Gabri Veiga (42nd), author of a cross shot with the right foot leaving no chance for Marc-André Ter Stegen.
This same Gabri Veiga (65th) then doubled the lead in the second half, on a right-footed cross which lobbed Inaki Peña, Barça’s number two goalkeeper, who came into play a few seconds earlier. With a stung header, Ansu Fati (80th) closed the gap in favor of the Spanish champions, who are coasting the season, with three defeats in the last four La Liga matches.