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Robert Lewandowski Inspires One Of The Best Comebacks In Barcelona’s History


The late heroics of the Polish striker helped Xavi’s team overcome a 2-0 lead in the closing minutes.

Barcelona hasn’t demonstrated tenacity like this since “La Remontada.” Robert Lewandowski was the driving force behind the Blaugrana’s ferocious comeback in the last 10 minutes as they defeated a tenacious Celta Vigo team 3-2. The Blaugrana struggled for 82 minutes.

Early on, Celta had the ball quite little. However, they used it. After 19 minutes, Jorgen Larsen shocked the Olympic Stadium by grabbing a loose ball and shooting it into the bottom corner. After a fluid Barca move, the in-form forward Joao Felix had an opportunity to tie the score nearly immediately but missed the target.

The visitors almost got a second, but they missed three opportunities quickly, allowing Xavi’s team a chance to recover before halftime.

Midway through the second half, it appeared that Celta had won it when club veteran Iago Aspas fed Tasos Douvikas, who put the finishing touches on a cunning counter.

But in the last moments, the home team recovered. Felix lobbed the ball over the defense, and Lewandowski grabbed it to score the first goal for the Blaugrana. Shortly after, the striker scored again by converting a cross from Joao Cancelo. In the 90th minute, the full-back scored the game-winning goal by prodding home at the far post following a well-executed play.

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