The defence of the barça already adds 13 goals this season

The defence of the FC Barcelona already adds 13 goals this season

The defence of the FC Barcelona already adds 13 goals this season

Published:20/02/2014 - 09:30h

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The Barcelona defence has marked 13 goals in what it goes of season. I hammered (4), Adriano (4), Dani Alves (3), Bartra (1) and Puyol (1) have contributed in offensive tasks, annotating important and decisive goals. The last in Manchester, and that it can cost the classification

The goal of Dani Alves in Manchester, and that it can cost the pass to chambers, went the number 13 of the season marked by a defence of the Barça. In the minute 89 of party in the Etihad, Alves did an incursion by the right, associated with Neymar and defined underneath of the legs of the goalkeeper Hart. 0-2. It was a very valuable goal for the Barça and puts of self-evident the importance goleadora of the defence in the present season. Of the 113 goals that carries annotated the FC Barcelona to date, 13 carry the stamp of a defender

And it is that until five defences already know what is to drill the rival goal. I hammered and Adriano are the maxima goleadores of this line, with 4 goals each one. The central Catalan annotated his last so much in front of the Málaga (3-0). In the minute 40, Xavi launched a corner from the right of the attack, combed Alexis in the first stick and Hammered controlled in the second stick where finished the played. It was the 1-0 and allowed to the team leave to the rest with advantage in the marker. By his part, Adriano opened the goleada against the Ray (6-0) with a golazo from out of the area.

The following is Dani Alves, that with the marked goal in Manchester already adds 3. They close the list Puyol and Bartra, with a goal each one.

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