Xavi Pascual's men earn another victory in the domestic competition in a match which they dominated
Barça prevailed in their visit to Abanca Ademar León (26-34) in a match which they dominated from start to finish.
Xavi Pascual’s men took the lead quickly (2-7) and this forced Manolo Cadenas to call a timeout. The Catalans kept on the front foot, with both Palmarsson and Langaro getting amongst the goals. It allowed the Catalans to make full use of the bench, and by half-time, the visitors had built up an impressive 12-20 lead.
Ademar de León ran more in the second half, but Barça didn’t let their grip on the game slip. Dika Mem, Langaro and Fabregas were imperious as the visitors went on to win 27-34 and stay unbeaten in the domestic competition.
Abanca Ademar León, 27 Barça, 34
Abanca Ademar León: Dino Slavic, Gonzalo Pérez (3), Pedro Martínez (2), Natan Antonio Suárez (-), Andrew Donlin (5), Oleg Kisselev (3) and Adrián Casqueiro (2) –starters-, Khalifa Ghedbane (2), Erwin Jan (6), Jose Mario Carrillo (-), Jaume Fernández (2), Álex Lodos (1) and Mateusz Piechowski (-).
Barça: Pérez de Vargas (-), Jure Dolenec (4), Blaz Janc (2), Timothey N’Guessan (-), Dika Mem (5), Aron Pálmarsson (3)and Ludovic Fabregas (5) –starters-, Casper Mortensen (1), Raúl Entrerríos (1), Cédric Sorhaindo (-), Thiagus Petrus (-), Dioucou (2), Àlex Pascual (3), Haniel Langaro (7) and Luis Diogo Da Sousa (1).