La Liga: Barça vs SEV

Barcelona face Sevilla in their third match of the season this Sunday. The clash will see two of the championship contenders, as last season's runner-up will host the Europa League winners at Camp Nou. This is a promising match for entertainment and thrills, with the last 3 matches taking place in Catalonia with up to 17 goals.

Messi has scored so many goals for Barcelona, ​​but no one has to taste his rage more than Sevilla, Messi has scored a staggering 37 times against Sevilla and what's even more impressive is that he did did that after only 39 games. What Messi has done with the Andalusian club is completely ridiculous, there are only 3 La Liga matches held at Camp Nou between these two teams that Messi starts and does not score. The Blaugrana are usually at their best when something forces them to play fast, usually in recent years they have stabilized with a comfortable rhythm and one thing is for sure that Barcelona will focus on the part. Sevilla's left field. Despite Leo Messi playing from the right flank, the lack of an outstanding right-back has made Messi increasingly focus on coordinating play. This is exacerbated by Ronald Koeman's 4-2-3-1, which puts Messi at the center and encourages the left winger, usually Ansu Fati, to score diagonally. Alba has been a major factor in the Blaugrana's play in recent years, especially at the Camp Nou, the quality of his crosses and cuts has increased, and although he can He is a weak point in defense, but he is very creative in attacking. 

Sevilla was a phenomenon under Julen Lopetegui, since the Spaniard took over, they have grown amazingly, qualified for the Champions League and become the Europa League champion once again by how to beat 2 favorite candidates in the semifinals and finals. They are so well structured and coached that little-remembered old Manchester City players like Jesus Navas and Fernando found new signings in life as truly special first-team members. . Lopetegui incorporated the immense merits of Sports Director Monchi, helping Jules Kounde and Diego Carlos form one of Europe's strongest defensive partners. In the 33 games they played in 2020, they just couldn't score 3 times, despite their standout selections somewhat questionable (only Lucas Ocampos scored double digits in La Liga last season), they always find a way to score in the net. So you can be confident they will score at the Camp Nou, and probably first. Villarreal got off to a quick start in the first match of the season against Barcelona but without the killer instincts to put an end to their attacks, Sevilla would have had no such problem. 

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