Barca culminate record campaign and ‘put’ at Madrid…


The Premier Ibredrola 2021-22 will be remembered as the “Perfect League” of the women’s FC Barcelona. The headed by Jonatan Giráldez completed the plenary of triumphs of the 30th day of the tournament with a victory at the Johan Cruyff Stadium ahead of Athletic de Madrid. The culés solved the start of the game with two so many in the first 25 minutes of play, a result that benefited Real Madrid and left to the ‘colchoneras’ outside the next Champions League.

Barça opened the account at minute 11 with a header from Irene Walls after a corner served at the second stick. The blaugranas followed the crunch after the siege goal and Aitana Bonmati widened the gap at 23′. The midfielder launched a grazing cross that finished beating goalkeeper Lola Gallardo to, practically, condemn the party before completing the first 25 minutes.

Those of Jonatan Giráldez went down in intensity after the hydration break, but Athletic barely showed anything through Sandra Cloths’ arch for the entire first time. In the complement, the Dutch Merel go Dongen is expelled at 59 ‘ after seeing the second yellow by a clear foul inside the box. Alexia Putellas commanded to win the penalty, but Lola cut throwing thoughts in a remarkable intervention.

In the follow-up, Amanda Sampedro won for the visitors at 63′ with an arrival outside the area. A minute later, the 22 players in the field made the corridor to Melanie Serrano, the one that replaced Rolfö to dispute its last celebration in Spain with the blaugrana T-shirt. This week, the 32-year-old defender has announced his professional retirement after 14 seasons at Barca.

Puntaje Perfect and ‘favor’ in Madrid

In the home stretch of the party, Aitana saw direct red for demolishing in Ajibade when the Nigerian striker escaped to encarar the Chiffons. The 2-1 was maintained until the end and the Barcelona ends the first Iberdrola with 30 wins in 30 dates in which he converted a total of 159 goals and barely scored 11. Record-breaking season for a team aiming to win it all again.

With the triumph, the Catalans helped Real Madrid enter the next Champions League. The ‘merengues’ defeated by the minimum in Villarreal (1-0) and finish third with 60 points, one more than the ‘colchoneras’ (59). Barca will look to end their perfect season next Saturday in the Champions final in Turin ahead of Olympique Lyonnais. On Wednesday, May 25, the culés will face Madrid in the Holy Sunday Stadium of Alcorcón for the semifinals of the Queen’s Cup.


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