Dyego celebrating one of his goals on the night. | VÍCTOR SALGADO - FCB

Barça Lassa played in the league at the Palau for the first time this season and another win kept the blaugranas on their 100% record. Andreu Plaza’s team beat Palma Futsal 6-3, in a game which they were winning 4-0 before a strong reaction from the visiting team brought the scores back to 4-3. From there, the blaugranas showed good spirit to dig deep and score two unanswered goals to make it 6-3.

The match was equal from the start with both teams taking the measure of each other. The first chances for the blaugranas came quickly but they lacked the finish. Juanjo also had to be alert to keep out some good efforts from Palma.

Three-goal flurry

The first half continued with both teams committing lots of fouls. Palmas’ sixth foul came after 14 minutes giving Dyego the chance to score from ten metres. Three minutes later, Ferrao produced an impressive crossed shot which doubled his team’s lead. One minute later, Dyego once again converted a set piece following another foul and this gave Barça Lassa an impressive 3-0 lead at half-time.

In the second half, Palma came out with a sweeper keeper in Eloy Rojas as they were chasing the game. However, Barça recovered the ball high up the court, moved forwards through some rapid build-up play between Tolrà and Ferrao, ending with the Brazilian scoring his second of the night and Barça’s fourth on 22 minutes.

Visitors respond

The away side continued with their attacking ploy and ex-blaugrana Quintela went close twice with two excellent chances. The first effort hit the post and the second was stunningly saved by Juanjo. However, the pressure paid off and Paradynski scored a quick-fire double to make it 4-2 after 30 minutes.

Palma made the most of their ascendancy to make it 4-3 following a David Pazos goal coming as he followed up on a rebound. Barça needed to respond and they did so. Aicardo scored a stunning volley and to re-establish the two-goal advantage. 

With thirty seconds to go, Adolfo scored a long-range goal from inside his own half with the sweeper keeper caught up the field attacking. The 6-3 score line was fair and the blaugranas’ victory allows them to continue their perfect start in front of their own fans.


FC Barcelona Lassa, 6
Palma Futsal, 3

FC Barcelona Lassa: Juanjo, Tolrà, Dyego, Joao and Ferrao –starting five–. Aicardo, Adolfo, Esquerdinha, Sergio Lozano, Leo Santana and Joselito.
Palma Futsal: Carlos Barrón, Lolo, Tomaz, Diego Favero and Maico –starting five–. Eloy Rojas, Joselito, Chicho, David Pazos, Paradynski and Quintela.
Goals: 1-0, Dyego (min. 14); 2-0, Ferrao (min. 17); 3-0, Dyego (min. 18); 4-0, Ferrao (min. 22); 4-1, Paradynski (min. 29); 4-2, Paradynski (min. 30); 4-3, David Pazos (min. 30); 5-3, Aicardo (min. 32) and 6-3, Adolfo (min. 40).
Referees: Delgado Sastre and Rabadán Sáinz, cautioned the visitor's David Pazos, Quintela and Lolo and sent off Fávero for two yellow cards. 

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