The women’s Barça chain their third League beating Madrid (5-0)

Barça continues to break records and has won its third consecutive league title with insulting authority, surpassing the precocity record it had set the previous year and finally being able to celebrate it on the pitch. In May 2020 they were confined when they were proclaimed champions after the covid only allowed 21 league days to be held. Last year they sang the alirón in a hotel in Tenerife, thanks to Levante’s draw against Espanyol on matchday 29. Now, when there were still six matchdays to go, they have finally been able to celebrate on the pitch by thrashing Madrid in the Johan Cruyff stadium.

The Catalans didn’t want to miss out on the opportunity to be crowned at home and against Madrid. It was the first Women’s Classic with an audience in the sports city and there was a packed house, an appetizer of what will be in the Champions League second leg against the Whites at the Camp Nou (for which tickets were sold out). Alexia Putellas, who else, decided the match that put an end to Madrid’s resistance in the blink of an eye. First with a shot from outside the box that deflected a rival and a couple of minutes later, when the stands were still celebrating the goal, the best player in the world made it 2-0. He has 23 goals this season in all competitions for the Ballon d’Or.

Despite the fact that two legal goals were annulled and a clear penalty against Jenni Hermoso was not called, Jonatan Giráldez’s block did not need them to pay tribute. Pereirawith another blow from the edge of the box, and Peter’s own goal as he tried to clear a cross from Graham Hansen They put an end to any hint of uncertainty, they turned the last half hour into an early party in honor of a legendary team. And Jenni Hermoso, 10 minutes from the end, certified the little hand with a great goal for the top corner.

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They have only lost one league clash since May 2019. The last one was in June last year, when they fell to Atlético, ending a streak of 758 days undefeated. Now they aspire to be the first to achieve a full league victories. Last year seemed insurmountable, but the reigning continental champions have set out to raise the bar a little higher. After having raised the Super Cup, the only trophy that eluded them in 2021, they now aspire to improve last year’s treble with a poker, revalidating the European and Cup crowns.

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