FC Barcelona Lassa clinched the OK Liga on Sunday with three games to spare thanks to a 4-4 draw at Reus.

The team capped Ricard Muñoz’s 200th game as Barça boss in fitting fashion as they sealed their fourth straight league title.

Barça suffered an early setback as Marc Torra capitalized on a defensive mishap to make it 1-0 to the hosts on three minutes. And while the Catalans bit back through Lucas Ordoñez ten minutes later, the home side gained a two-goal cushion through a Raul Marín brace.

Yet the visitors showed the spirit of champions as they rallied back to take the lead. Ordoñez got his brace on 35 minutes to narrow the margin before Marc Gual brought things level through a direct free-kick.

Moments later, substitute Barroso found Matias Pascual who dispatched from close range to give Barça the lead and, despite an immediate leveler from Platero, the draw was good enough to seal the title.

Match details

Reus Deportiu, 4
Barça Lassa, 4

Reus Deportiu La Fira: Pedro Henriques, Albert Casanovas, Matias Platero, Raul Marín and Marc Torra –starting fivel–, Joan Salvat, Alex Rodriguez

FCB Lassa: Sergio Fernández (Aitor Egurrola), Marc Gual, Matías Pascual, Pau Bargalló and Sergi Panadero  –starting five–, Lucas Ordoñez, Edu Lamas and Xavier Barroso

Goals: 1-0, Marc Torra (min 3); 1-1, Lucas Ordoñez (min 13); 2-1, Raul Marín (min 17); 3-1, Raul Marín (min 22); 3-2, Lucas Ordoñez (min 35); 3-3, Marc Gual (min 47); 3-4, Matias Pascual (min 48); 4-4, Platero (min 49)

Officials: Oscar Valverde and Iñigo Lopez Leiton

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