Barça’s team ‘ran to kill’, the joy of winning for a while… Spectators intruded → sprinted to the locker room

Spanish La Liga FC Barcelona (hereafter referred to as Barca) has risen to the top of the league in four seasons. There was an incident in which the opposing team’s spectators intruded.

Barcelona won 4-2 in the 34th round of the 2022-2023 season Spanish La Liga against Espanyol held at the RCDE Stadium on the 14th (local time).

With 85 points 온라인카지노(27 wins, 4 draws, 3 losses), Barça, with a difference of 14 points from 2nd place Real Madrid (71 points, 22 wins, 5 draws, 7 losses), confirmed the early championship regardless of the results of the remaining games.

Lewandowski scored the opening goal in the 11th minute of the first half, followed by Balde’s goal to make the score 2-0.

Barça won the league for the first time in four seasons since the 2018-2019 season when Lionel Messi (35, Paris Saint-Germain) played. It is the first championship since 1999 without Messi.

Coach Xavi Hernandez, who won the La Liga championship eight times as a player, tasted the La Liga championship for the first time after taking the baton of Barsa in 2021.

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Barça did not receive the championship trophy on this day. Because it is an away game. However, after the game, the players gathered in the center circle and enjoyed the joy of reaching the top.

However, fans of the opposing team, Espanyol, felt anger at the same time. This is because Espanyol could not get out of the relegation zone in 19th place with 7 wins, 10 draws and 17 losses with 31 points.

Eventually things happened. Some Espanyol fans entered the ground. Sensing the unusual atmosphere, the Barça players quickly ran to the locker room. Espanyol fans chased them all the way to the locker room entrance tunnel. It was enough to be seen as an act of targeting Barça players. Fortunately, there were no injuries.

The British media’The Sun’ said, “It has been confirmed that all Barça players and staff are safe.”

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