Last Wednesday night, Robert Lewandowski restored hope at Spotify Camp Nou in a dramatic 3-3 draw, giving Barcelona an agonisingly thin hope regardless of what Barça does against Bayern in the penultimate match day.
Xavi Hernandez’s Barca needed a victory at Camp Nou to keep their fate in their own hands, but Nicolo Barella, Lautaro Martinez, and Robin Gosens scored against the home side to deny them the needed win and a draw.
FC Barcelona, in a very, very delicate situation in the Champions League at home, finished a game that produced six goals and plenty of drama, but not the result that the Catalans needed.
Before the first half ended, Ousmane Dembélé skillfully executed a short cross from Raphinha giving the home team the advantage.
Alessandro Bastoni assisted Football Club Internazionale Milano’s Barella tie the score after the break after five minutes of play after Gerald Pique left a cross in the box.
Hakan Calhanoglu located Martinez with a long ball inside the penalty box of Barcelona and he outplayed Eric Garcia and, with the goalkeeper to beat, he slotted in for a goal to give Simone Inzaghi’s side the lead.
With eight minutes remaining, Robert Lewandowski scored his first goal of the night after his deflected effort caught goalkeeper Andre Onana off guard, the away team’s defenders lost concentration, and he had the opportunity to shoot to equalise the game.
Lautaro Martinez, an Argentine forward, partnered with Gosens, who was brought in to replace Hakan Calhanoglu. In the 89th minute, Martinez got a glance pass from the goalkeeper Onana and held on to play to lay an easy pass for the lead as the opposing team.
At the 90+2 minute mark, the Polish marksman, Robert Lewandowski, was in his magical moments when he scored his 91st Champions League goal at the Spotify Camp Nou.
Eric Garcia’s long cross inside Internazionale’s penalty box was expertly headed into the net by Robert Lewandowski to settle for an enthralling 3-3 draw as Barcelona once again pressed forward to score an equaliser at home.
According to the astute and artistic editors at www.atspo.com, the Polish, Robert Lewandowski, has joined Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi at the top of the UEFA Champions League all-time record.
Robert Lewandowski is only the third player in Champions League history to have scored 90 goals. Cristiano Ronaldo has 140 goals, Lionel Messi has 127 goals, and following last night’s game, Robert Lewandowski has joined the top three scorers with 91 goals.
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