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Sunday, September 18, 2016

Messi Scores Two As Barca Put Five Past Leganes


Barcelona returned to winning ways in La Liga as Lionel
Messi and Luis Suarez marked their league returns with
goals against newly promoted Leganes.
Messi and Suarez were rested from the starting XI as Barca
suffered a shock 2-1 defeat by Alaves last week.
Both started on Saturday, with Messi tapping home before
setting up Suarez, and Neymar made it 3-0.
Messi's penalty and Rafinha's fine finish stretched Barca's
lead before Gabriel's superb free-kick for Leganes.
The win moved Barcelona level on points with Real Madrid,
who are away to Espanyol on Sunday.

Enrique learns from his mistake
Barcelona coach Luis Enrique accepted the blame for
Barcelona's surprise loss to Alaves after making seven
changes before his team's opening Champions League
group game against Celtic.
Despite facing a league game against Atletico Madrid next
Wednesday, Enrique took no risks this time against another
club promoted from Spain's second tier as Barca carried on
where they had left off after hammering Celtic 7-0.
Leganes, a town of 185,000 people and 11km from Madrid,
are playing in La Liga for the first time in their 88-year
history. Three years ago they had no training ground and the
pitch was full of potholes.
This was uncharted territory for Barca but Enrique's side
were at their ruthless best as they picked off their spirited
opponents in a game sprinkled with six yellow cards.
Leganes frustrated the visitors for 15 minutes before Messi
broke the deadlock with a tap-in after a Suarez assist.
The Argentine returned the favour for Suarez to double the
lead from close range before Neymar rolled home the third
after Messi and Suarez had combined shortly before the
interval.
Messi made it five goals in two games from the penalty
spot after Neymar was fouled by Unai Bustinza.
There were still 26 minutes of normal time remaining when
Rafinha found the top left-hand corner with a curling effort.
Yet Leganes were not finished and their fans celebrated
wildly a historic first home goal in La Liga, a sublime free-
kick by Gabriel.
Griezmann doubles up again
Antoine Griezmann scored twice for the second weekend
running as Atletico Madrid beat Sporting Gijon 5-0.
Both the France international and team-mate Kevin Gameiro
struck in the first five minutes for Diego Simeone's team,
who have hit their stride after drawing their opening two
games.
A second goal for Griezmann after 31 minutes, and two late
goals from Fernando Torres - one a penalty - completed
Atletico's third successive victory in all competitions.
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