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Barcelona returns to competition.. Pedri scores like Messi

Barcelona returns to competition.. Pedri scores like Messi

The brilliant young Pedri scored a wonderful goal in the second half, to lead Barcelona to a 1-0 victory over its guest and rivals Sevilla, and snatched it from him in second place in the Spanish First Division, the day before yesterday, after six consecutive victories.

Pedri (19 goals) made himself the only goal of the match in the way of Lionel Messi at the beginning of his career in Barcelona, ​​​​and before moving to Paris Saint-Germain last summer.

The midfielder grabbed the ball outside the penalty area among several of his opponents, but he dribbled them with grace and quick skill, before firing a powerful shot into the corner away from Moroccan goalkeeper Yassine Bounou.

And coach Xavi’s team has 57 points in second place, which is the same balance as Seville and Atletico Madrid, but it has one game postponed. Real Madrid leads the competition with 69 points from 30 matches. Pedri’s goal in the 72nd minute settled the tense confrontation in which any team could have excelled, after Seville made things difficult for Barcelona, ​​and dominated most of the first half and created chances to score at the “Camp Nou”.

But Xavi’s side dominated in the second half and Bono saved at least four dangerous close-range attempts before Pedri used his magic.

“Pedre is a player of the highest caliber,” Xavi told reporters.

“I always ask him to take chances from outside the penalty area,” he added. He is a player that I do not compare to anyone, he is unique in his talent in creating and finishing attacks.” Pedri praised his teammates and thanked the fans who chanted his name at the end of the match.

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“It’s a crazy feeling listening to these fans and the stadium is amazing,” he told reporters.

Every time I see a leg I just dribble and the last dribble I hit I knew I was going to score.


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