Aug. Das war's von der Partie zwischen Barcelona und Sevilla auf realise.nu Tobias Forstner verabschiedet sich und wünscht einen guten. Aug. Am Sonntag tragen der FC Barcelona und der FC Sevilla den spanischen Supercup aus. Wir erklären euch, wo ihr die Partie im Livestream. Okt. Am heutigen Samstagabend kommt es in der spanischen La Liga zum Spitzenspiel zwischen dem FC Barcelona und dem FC Sevilla.
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Ivan Rakitic replaced Rafinha after the break, and after an assured performance in midfield, Arthur made way for Philippe Coutinho who was soon involved.
Messi would again go close with a free-kick before Sevilla grazed the crossbar with a dead ball routine of their own.
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A great final goal from Barcelona , it has to be said Barcelona are now top of La Liga but that is a fraction of the story from the Nou Camp tonight.
Firstly, Messi went off injured with a nasty looking arm injury when Barcelona were two goals ahead. A lovely consolation goal.
Sevilla broke on Barcelona , resulting in Muriel getting the ball in space on the left and curling a precise shot around Ter Stegen into the corner. Ter Stegen has come to the rescue once more with a second incredible double save.
No wonder the home fans are singing his name. Sadly for no reward. Coutinho whipped a free-kick over the wall from 35 yards, which bounced just in front of Vaclik who manages to fist the ball away from his goal in an innocuous manner.
Suarez is the last man to be replaced for Barcelona. Munir has come on to take his place. Sarabia will certainly be claiming this one.
He cut in from the right onto his left foot and fired away a shot which was going straight at Ter Stegen but ex-Sevilla man Lenglet tried to get it clear but only succeeded in deflecting it beyond his own goalkeeper.
Barcelona look the far more likely to get a goal, as Sevilla are struggling to contain them in midfield and attack. It could be a tricky last 15 minutes for them unless they find some gumption.
The next man to try to increase the lead was Suarez who enjoyed some delightful interplay with Semedo, resulting in the Suarez hitting a powerful shot from 20 yards straight at Vaclik.
Swansea legend Roque Mesa is now on for Sevilla. Will he be able to make the difference? Sergi Roberto is on for Arthur now. Ben Yedder is the latest man to come close for Sevilla after pulling a shot wide from just inside the area.
What a couple of minutes there. From Ter Stegen making an incredible double save to Suarez firmly putting Barcelona into control.
Sevilla have it all to do here. It was all about Suarez there who sped through on goal, tapped the ball round Vaclik who brought down the Uruguayan striker for the price of a booking and a penalty.
Suarez then sent the goalkeeper the wrong way to get his goal. He really enjoyed it too after a tough night. Utterly stunning from Ter Stegen.
Sergi Roberto is being put through his paces on the touchline. Could he be brought into midfield to provide greater stability? He earned some spaced in the area but his shot with the outside of the boot was blocked and then he smashed the rebound well wide after snatching at it.
VAR is having a look Barcelona were a little lucky there. Suarez received the ball in space 25 yards from goal and then spun to fire away a shot which bounced wide via the post.
Kjaer is back on the deck as he has suffered a groin problem and looks set to be replaced quite quickly. The Barcelona defence looks like it was cobbled together yesterday.
There is a lot of space in between them and Sevilla are trying to exploit it and have got into dangerous positions but are yet to threaten Ter Stegen.
I am sure they will, though, soon. Sevilla have poured numbers into the final third here in an attempt to put pressure onto Barcelona but the likes of Ben Yedder, Navas and Benega have all struggled to find that crucial final ball.
If you like needless fouls then Carrico jumping into Coutinho back 80 yards from his own goal will have made you very happy.