Gabri Veiga scores TWICE against Barcelona in his final match to defeat the La Liga champions for Celta Vigo.

Gabri Veiga scores TWICE against Barcelona in his final match
Gabri Veiga scores TWICE against Barcelona in his final match

Iago Aspas’ replacement Gabri Veiga made an important contribution by scoring a goal that guaranteed Celta Vigo’s survival in the First Division. Despite the challenges, they managed to defeat defending La Liga champions Barcelona. Ansu Fati did, however, succeed in getting one back for Barcelona.

Barcelona vs. Celta Vigo in La Liga Gabri Veiga stepped up for the Celta Vigo youth team in the absence of Iago Aspas and scored a critical goal that kept his side in the First Division. Celta Vigo held their own against the La Liga champions Barcelona in spite of several obstacles. But Ansu Fati managed to save the Catalans. On InsideSport.IN, follow LIVE updates for the La Liga.

Celta Vigo’s home stadium, Balados, gave them unwavering support. Early on, Barcelona had the most of the ball, but VAR allowed Kessie’s score to be disallowed because of offside. Celta Vigo started to get more aggressive as the first half came to an end.

As Barcelona dominated possession at the start of the game, there was anxiety in Carvalhal’s box. Kessie scored a goal for Barcelona within the first 15 minutes, but VAR rejected it because of an earlier offside.

Kessie received a second opportunity, which alarmed the Balados stands. Celta Vigo, though, made a pivotal move in their favor at the conclusion of the first half. In the 37th minute, Luca de la Torre’s shot set up scar for a potential goal, but his shot just missed. This was their first meaningful danger.

The excitement at Balados increased when Gabri Veiga scored a goal just before halftime. After receiving the pass from Seferovic, the player showed outstanding crossing skills by outmuscling Christensen and scoring.

The local squad displayed anxiousness at the start of the second half, which resulted in multiple errors on their side. The majority of possession of the ball stayed with Barcelona, alarming the Celta Vigo fans. With the help of their cunning tactics, Celta Vigo intended to surprise Barcelona with a counterattack.

Xavi made three substitutions with 30 minutes left, inserting Dembélé, Ansu Fati, and Iaki Pea in goal. A goal from a shot by Gabri Veiga, though, gave Celta Vigo a 2-0 lead and ignited celebration in the crowd for the substitute goalie who was supposed to replace Ter Stegen.

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