Barcelona played 2-2 (1-1) with Atletico Madrid at the Nou Camp and lost a stage with Real Madrid in the race for the Spanish title, and three of the four goals tumbled from penalties, and the main goal of the game was an own goal.
Barcelona took the lead in the eleventh moment when Messi scored from a corner and the ball hit the primary goal of Diego Costa, changed heading, and deceived Jan Oblak. Only eight minutes later Atletico equalized from a penalty kick, however just from a subsequent attempt.
Namely, Ter Stegen guarded Diego Costa’s shot, yet VAR’s intervention decided the reiteration of the shot because Barcelona’s goalkeeper was a couple of centimeters before the goal line with his correct foot right now of the shot. On a repeated shot, Costa surrendered the spot to entertainer Saul Niguez who was exact.
Barcelona took another lead in the 50th moment when a penalty kick was awarded to the host team. Messi cheated Oblak with a ‘panenka’ and scored the 700th goal of his career, playing for Barcelona and Argentina.
Atletico equalized for the second time from a penalty kick in the 62nd moment. As in the main half, he was defeated via Carasco, who was inadvertently wrecked by Semedo. Ter Stegen read Saul’s shot, yet the ball snuck by his arm and wound up in the net.
Barcelona remained in the runner up with a draw with 70 points, one not exactly the leading Real Madrid, which has yet to play the game of the 33rd round. Atletico Madrid is in third place with 59 points.