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Although he did not get the title garter belt, FC Barcelona showed a good version in the home stretch of the championship. The culés come to score an agónico so much to seal the victory in front of Betis to Benito Villamarín, with which to add the goal number 14 of the team of Xavi Hernández celebrated in the groans of the party, which in this case cost a classification to the Champions.

In fact, the Barcelona team are the ones who have signed the most in the last minutes of a commitment. In total, there have already been 14 so many last minute goals in LaLiga, while if we add the rest of the tournaments played during the figure rises to 17 goals, including the two ahead of Eintracht Frankfurt who did not cost to qualify for the semi-finals of the Europe League.

Another was scored in the eighth of the Copa del Rey against Athletic de Bilbao, which also ended in elimination for the culés. The reality was different in the case of LaLiga, where the agónicos goals have translated into 17 of the 69 points added by Barça so far and that keep him in second place in the championship, secured by Madrid a date back.

Barça’s ‘agónicos’ goleadores

Among all the staff members led by Xavi Hernández, those who signed the most during the last minutes were Luuk de Jong and Memphis Depay. In the case of the yielded by Seville, their so many suppose more points for Barcelona in LaLiga; in total, four: one of them to empathize with two goals in front of Espanyol and one for the victory in front of Raise by 2-3.

On his side, Memphis followed suit ahead of Villarreal on the 15th date, also in the 26th ahead of Athletic Club and both ahead of Eintracht. The rest of the goleadores in the last minutes alone were able to score a chance, with the exception of Coutinho: Sergi Roberto (ahead of Real Sociedad), Ansu Fati (Raise), Philippe Coutinho (Valencia and Villarreal), Sergio ‘Kun’ Agüero (Real Madrid), Pedri González (ahead of Athletic by the Glass), Frenkie de Jong (Alavés), Sergio Busquets (Eintracht Frankfurt) and Jordi Alba (Betis).


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