Barcelona stretched their unbeaten run to seventeen on Saturday as they eased to a 3-0 win over Leganes at Estadio Municipal de Butarque.
Barcelona will be bidding to continue their stunning run of form when they travel to Estadio Municipal de Butarque to face Leganes on Saturday.
Barcelona extended their winning run to maintain a four-point lead at the top of the table with a 2-1 win over Sevilla at Camp Nou on Saturday.
Barcelona are reportedly set to engage in a mass January clearout, with Paco Alcacer, Arda Turan and Thomas Vermaelen on the axing list
Luis Enrique hailed the performances of Paco Alcacer and Neymar Jr. as Barcelona defeated Granada 4-1 to close the gap atop the La Liga table to a mere 2 points.
Barcelona will be without two of their key players as they travel to Celta Vigo on Sunday evening looking to secure all three points.
After failing to land any of their top transfer priorities this summer, Barcelona finally seem to have made a high profile signing in the form of Paco Alcacer.
The 22-year-old scored a brace against Luxembourg after coming on for Juventus striker Álvaro Morata, and will be given the opportunity to impress from the start against Ukraine
Spanish manager Vicente Del Bosque rued the injuries suffered by David Silva and Alvaro Morata, even as his side ensured qualification for Euro 2016 after recording a comfortable 4-0 win against Luxembourg. Silva was replaced after 10 mins by Juan Mata after suffering a twist in his ankle and Morata had to be stretchered off 20 mins later after suffering heavy bruises to his fibula. Morata was replaced by Valencia youngster Paco Alcacer. Spain took the lead just before half time when Santi Cazorla smacked in the rebound after Pedro’s initial shot was saved by the Luxembourg goalkeeper. After a slow start to the second half, Spain eventually doubled their lead in the 67th minute through substitute Paco Alcacer, who stabbed home a Cesc Fabregas through ball. Alcacer and Cazorla added their 2nd goals of the night in the 80th and the 86th minute respectively to cap off an injury stricken yet comfortable win for the Spanish. Del Bosque Relieved […]
Defending champions Spain secured their place in next year's European Championships in France with a 4-0 win over minnows Luxembourg thanks to doubles from Santi Cazorla and Paco Alcacer on Friday.