Barcelona vs Mallorca, La Liga: Match Thread, Live Updates
FULL-TIME, Barcelona 3-0 Mallorca: The last ever game at Camp Nou ends with a dominant victory and an emotional goodbye to two club legends. A perfect night indeed. Well done, boys! Farewell, Greatest Stadium on Earth!
70’ GOAL!!! Barcelona 3-0 Mallorca (Gavi): IT’S THREE!!!! Barça finally get a goal in the second half as Ousmane Dembélé finds Gavi inside the box and the young midfielder fires a ROCKET with his left foot into the top corner! WHAT A GOAL!
SECOND HALF KICKOFF! Barcelona 2-0 Mallorca: Back underway for the last 45 minutes in Camp Nou’s history!
HALFTIME, Barcelona 2-0 Mallorca: A very fast start put Barça in full control, and they haven’t looked back and could have easily scored another goal or two with a dominant performance so far. They’re on track to win comfortably, and hopefully there’ll be more goals in the second half.
24’ GOAL!!!! Barcelona 2-0 Mallorca (Fati): IT’S TWO!!! Another gorgeous passing sequence ends with a sensational Lewandowski assist and a second goal of the evening for Ansu Fati!
14’ RED CARD! Mallorca are down to 10 men as Amath Ndiaye is sent off with a straight red for a brutal tackle that injured Barça’s Alejandro Balde. Ndiaye was initially shown a yellow, but a quick VAR check changed it to a red and Balde is forced off with an ankle injury.
1’ GOAL!!! Barcelona 1-0 Mallorca (Fati): BARÇA TAKE THE LEAD!!! It’s a dream start with a goal just 50 seconds in after a great passing sequence down the middle featuring a gorgeous backheel flick from Robert Lewandowski, a nice assist from Gavi and an easy finish for Ansu Fati!
KICKOFF! Barcelona 0-0 Mallorca: And we’re underway at Camp Nou!
WELCOME TO THE SPOTIFY CAMP NOU!!! The Greatest Stadium on Earth will host a Barcelona match for the very last time in its current iteration as the La Liga champions welcome Mallorca for their final home game of the season. Barça will not only bid farewell to their legendary stadium but will also say goodbye to club icons Sergio Busquets and Jordi Alba, who will play their last home match for the team. This should be a special night, and you’re welcome to join us to follow and comment all the action. Vamos!
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Starting XI: Ter Stegen; Balde, Kounde, Christensen, Alba; Gavi, Busquets, De Jong; Dembélé, Lewandowski, Fati (4-3-3)
Substitutes: Peña (GK), Tenas (GK), Eric, Alonso, Roberto, Kessie, Torre, Raphinha, Ferran
Starting XI: Greif; Maffeo, Valjent, Gayá, Copete, Costa; Morlanes, Baba, Rodríguez; Ndiaye, Muriqi (5-3-2)
Substitutes: Rajkovic (GK), Román (GK), González, Miguelito, Fernández, Garay, Grenier, Llabrés, Quintanilla, Prats, Kadewere, RodríguezMATCH INFO
Competition/Round: 2022-23 La Liga, Matchday 37
Date/Time: Sunday, May 28, 2023, 7pm CET (Barcelona), 6pm BST/WAT (UK & Nigeria), 1pm ET, 10am PT (USA), 10.30pm IST (India)
Venue: Spotify Camp Nou, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Referee: Jorge Figueroa Vázquez
VAR: Miguel Ángel Ortiz AriasHOW TO WATCH
On TV: ESPN Deportes (USA), Viaplay Sports 1 (UK), SuperSport (Nigeria), Sports18 (India), Not Available (Spain, Canada), others
Online: ESPN+ (USA), LaLigaTV (UK), DAZN (Spain), othersMatchday Thread Rules
We don’t have a lot of rules here, but there are a few things to keep in mind when joining our matchday threads:
Even if the referee sucks or we lose the game, watch the swearing. It’s just unnecessary. Also, don’t discuss illegal streaming links. Those who do it will be warned, and those who post links will be instantly banned. Finally, be nice to each other. This is a Barcelona community and we don’t need to offend one another.
Have fun with the game! Forever and ever, no matter the competition, VISCA EL BARÇA!