FC Barcelona Lassa: Cristian, Aicardom Dyego, Saad & Wide –starting five–, Tolrà, Lin, Ferrao, Juan Emilio & Esteban.
Palma Futsal: Barrón, Vadillo, Joao, Sergio & Taffy –starting five–, Attos, Pizarro, J. Luna, Tomaz, Tripodi & Paradynsky.
Goals: 1-0 Lin, min 12; 1-1 Taffy, min 23; 2-1 Wilde, min 24, 2-2 Lin pp, min 36.
Palau Blaugrana: 2,054 spectators.
FC Barcelona Lassa drew on Saturday in a game they probably deserved to win, but the absences of Sergio Lozano, Gabriel and Bateria proved costly, as did some lack of fortune in front of goal. It all meant that the team that already won at the Palau in the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey took a point from their league visit.
The game was an end to end affair until Lin finally found the net with his third league goal of the season for Barça – and that was how things stood at the break, 1-0 to the home side.
Palma Futsal came out intense in the second half and didn’t take long to get back on level terms, but seconds later the Palau was celebrating again as Wilde made it 2-1.
The Mallorcans kept battling and were rewarded with an equaliser, and this time Barça could find no response. Despite the draw, the Catalans remain second with an eight point lead on third placed Pozo Múrcia.