Barcelona, ​​a scoring machine – Marca

Only four games have been enough for Barcelona to show that they are a lethal team in the rival area. It has a lot of gunpowder and does not forgive. The Catalans have scored 11 goals in the first four matchdays, but all of them in the last three matches since they drew 0-0 against Rayo Vallecano. The azulgranas, who suffered in the early stages at the Sánchez Pizjun, showed that they are a scoring machine. Xavi Hernndez’s team is already the most accomplished team in LaLiga along with Real Madrid. Going to zero at the start of the competition seems, at this point, a mere anecdote. In the second game, against Real Sociedad, the azulgranas celebrated four goals, the same as against Valladolid at the Camp Nou last week. And in Seville the Catalans managed three, but had opportunities to go home with a higher score. A proper name stands out in the Catalan team, that of Lewandowski. The Pole arrived at Barcelona with the requirement to score. And the striker is fully complying. He has goal in his DNA. He has scored five goals in the last three games, with two braces. On Saturday in Seville I did not miss his appointment. He only celebrated a bit, but it could have been more because he had chances. When Lewandowski touches the ball, he always hovers around the goal. His score, moreover, places him tied with Iago Aspas in the fight for the Pichichi of the season. Although this has only just begun, it is more than significant data. Interestingly, in Seville it was the first time that the international did not complete 90 minutes. Seven scorers Although Lewandowski leads the way in Barcelona, ​​up to seven different players have already scored. Along with the Pole, Fati, Pedri, Dembl and Sergi Roberto scored in the first three days and in Seville the names of Raphinha and Eric Garca joined this list. Precisely, the two players achieved their first goal with the Barcelona shirt. The Brazilian opened the scoring, while the center-back made their debut on goal. Never in his career had he celebrated a goal. Last season, the Catalan team, then led by Koeman, had scored eight goals after the first four days. The same record that he wore in 20-21. On the other hand, in 19-20, the figure was set at 12. Barcelona has already shown its credentials facing the door when not even the first month of competition has been closed. The team, and especially Lewandowski, lives an idyll with the goal.