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One more point and they’ll be champions. Xavi Llorens’ Barça played away to bottom-of-the-table Reocín and came away with a convincing victory. These three points are vital for FC Barcelona Women’s A team, who will play the last match of the season against Sporting Huelva with the objective of clinching the title.

Two goals in the first half...

The women’s football team demonstrated their superiority over the home team under the intense rain in Cantabria. Vicky opened up the scoring with a powerful shot from outside the area and Luli brought the Superliga title that much closer when she knocked in a cross from the left wing.

Halfway through the first half, Barça already were comfortably dominating the match on an irregular pitch, Reocín, on the other hand, were not fortunate in front of Ràfols’ goal. Barça went to the break with a 0-2 lead.

... five goals in the second half

Olga was undoubtedly the woman of the match after she netted a hat-trick at the start of the second half. The striker took advantage of two good collective plays and a rebound from the home side’s keeper to score her three goals. Barça, however, kept on pushing and Sonia scored the sixth with a beautiful chip shot; Leila, at the end of the match, scored the seventh and final goal.

The thrashing could have been worse seeing that Barça hit the woodwork five times throughout the 90 minutes. After this convincing 7-0 victory, Xavi Llorens’ players are preparing for the final match of the competition. They only need one point to claim the title.

MATCH STATS

SD REOCÍN, 0
FC BARCELONA, 7

SD Reocín: Yumay, Álex, Andrea, Ana, Marta, Taty, Rebeca, Eva, Andri, Rocío (Tamara, min 53) and Carla (Lucía, min 47).

FC Barcelona: Ràfols, Marta (Kenti, min 70), Meli, Ani (Olga, min 50), Melanie, Guti, Luli (Corredera, min 50), Míriam, Vicky, Sònia and Carol (Leila, min 70)

Goals: 0-1, Vicky, min 9; 0-2, Luli, min 32; 0-3, Olga, min 53; 0-4, Olga, min 62; 0-5, Olga, min 75; 0-6, Sònia, min 78, and 0-7, Leila min 86.


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