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The Barça futsal need to win one game to be crowed league champions, and they have three chances to do it. They are off to Jaen for games three and four, on Friday and Sunday (the latter only if required) and even in the case of losing those two, would still have a third chance back in their home pavilion.
Jesús Velasco's side are in that powerful position thanks to a fine display on Monday night, where goals from Pito, Matheus, Ferrao, Dyego and Sergio González delivered a big win.
It was full steam ahead from the off, with three first half goals already setting them on fine course for a win, with Ferrao's goal seconds before the break a huge psychological blow for the opposition
Barça then took advantage of Hem being sent off to put the game utterly to bed thanks to a deft Dyego conversion, and when Sergio González tapped into an empty net, the rout was complete.
Jaen did nick a couple of late consolation goals, but by that stage they were already thoroughly defeated.
Barça: Dídac, Ortiz, Catela, Sergio González, Pito, Antonio, Dyego, Ferrao, Harrison, André Coelho, Matheus, Marcenio.
Jaén: Espindola, Attos, Míchel, César, Alan Brandi, Henrique (ps), Renato, Chino, Nem, Pablo Taborda, Wanderson, Mauricio.
Goals: 1-0, Matheus (min 11). 2-0, Pito (min 13). 3-0, Ferrao (min 19). 4-0, Dyego (min 27). 5-0, Sergio González (min 29). 5-1, Alan Brandi (min 33). 5-2, Espindola (min 39)
Attendance: 3,572 at the Palau Blaugrana.
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