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Barcelona continues in the Copa No Rey, but it has not stopped suffering

Barcelona continues in the Copa No Rey, but it has not stopped suffering

Hey Today, Sunday, Barcelona qualified for the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey, after defeating Barbastro, from the fourth division of football, 3-1, in Huesca.

In the autonomous region of Aragão, João Felix returned to the starting lineup and was replaced after 72 minutes by Robert Lewandowski.

The first goal of the match came in the 18th minute, by Fermin Lopez, making the score 2-0, in the 51st minute, by Rafinha. The doubt and panic continued in the 60th minute with a precise shot from De Mesa Garrido, but Lewandowski in the 88th minute from a penalty kick increased the difference again. However, already in stoppage time, Barbastro, also with a maximum penalty kick, pinned the final score by Mark Pratt.

Barcelona will now leave for Saudi Arabia, where they will face Osasuna on Thursday in the Spanish Super Cup semi-final.

Barbastro XI: Fabrega. Gasco, Mingotes, Jaime Ara, Bautista; Israel, Gavito, Frankie; Rausel, Gunby and De Mesa.

Barcelona XI: Compassion; Conde, Araujo, Christensen, Forte; Romeu, De Jong, Firmin; Joao Felix, Rafinha and Ferran Torres.

Preview: This Sunday, Barcelona travels to the home of Barbastro, located in the province of Huesca, in Aragon, in a duel related to the 32nd round of the Copa del Rey.

This is the first round in which the culés team participates, against an opponent that surprised in the previous round by eliminating the first division UD Almería. The team of the fourth division of Spanish football, which, after five consecutive matches without losing, is currently in ninth place in Group B of the Spanish Second League.

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