Matchday graphic for the FC Barcelona vs Real Valladolid encounter on April 5 / BLAUGRANAGRAM Read our live commentary for today’s La Liga encounter here, as Real Valladolid travels to the Camp Nou to face Barcelona. Barcelona‘s lineup is the following: ter Stegen starts in goal. Sergiño Dest and Jordi Alba start from wide with Oscar Mingueza, and Clément Lenglet, Frenkie de Jong in the center. In midfield, Sergio Busquets partners up with Pedri. Lionel Messi and Ousmane Dembélé start up front alongside Antoine Griezmann. This is Real Valladolid’s starting lineup: Masip starts in goal, Olaza, Gonzalez, and Sanchez start in defense, with Nacho, Alcaraz, Plano, Mesa, and Janko controlling the midfield. Kodro and Guardiola are leading the attack line.
Barcelona’s Marc-Andre ter Stegen (L) and Atlético Madrid's Jan Oblak (R), in front of the Camp Nou/ Photo montage by Blaugranagram FC Barcelona's woes continued as Quique Setién's side were held to a frustrating 2-2 draw by Atlético Madrid on Tuesday night at the Camp Nou. Setién's team were looking to put their dismal display against Celta Vigo last time out behind them, and stay on course as they look to secure a second successive La Liga title at the end of the campaign, but their hopes suffered yet another blow. Diego Costa diverted a Lionel Messi corner into his net on 12 minutes as Barça made it 1-0. Six minutes later, highly-rated midfielder Saúl Ñíguez levelled for Diego Simeone's men from the
Barcelona's Lionel Messi (L) and Athletic Bilbao's Inaki Williams (R), in front of the Camp Nou/ Photo montage by Blaugranagram An Ivan Rakitić strike from inside the area on 71 minutes gave FC Barcelona the all-important victory over a resolute Bilbao on Tuesday night, as the Catalan giants went three points ahead of Real Madrid at the top of La Liga. As fireworks sounded outside the Camp Nou due to the Catalan festivity of Sant Joan, it is fair to say there were no fireworks or sparkle on the pitch for FC Barcelona. Before tonight's game, the top of La Liga could not have been tighter. Thirty games into the season only two goals in the goal difference column separated Barça, from top
Barcelona Players Return To Training Following Coronavirus Lockdown (Source: Getty Images)May 18, 2020 Clément Lenglet talks about football after lockdown, Messi, Dembélé and more in an interview with Mundo Deportivo FC Barcelona’s French defender, who is about to turn 25 on 17th June, is one of the important players in FC Barcelona’s current squad and can play an important role in Barcelona’s quest to win remaining matches of this season. -About training and football after the lockdown “We are happy to be back on the field, to see each other again because it has been a tough two months for everyone, away from family, friends and when we are in the dressing room, we are happy and want to compete”, he said. When asked about
Source - AFP The country has started easing up the lockdown and following that, on Sunday, La Liga president Javier Tebas announced that there is a possibility of fans being in the stadium in coming weeks. Spanish government will announce the Royal Degree Law later on. As per the law, new normality and public access to the stadiums will be given. FC Barcelona is working with the program called ‘Espai Net i Segur’, with director Joan Bladé, a professional doctor, to help assess the risk and precautionary measures to follow when public access is given to the fans. According to the reports from Cadena COPE, from 29th June, the fans will be once again allowed inside the stadium but with limited capacity and