Barcelona did it and became La Liga champions after three years. The title was confirmed on the pitch of city rival Espanyol. After the game, they celebrated on the pitch, but the home fans didn’t like it and broke up the celebrations.
Barcelona only needed to win four rounds before the end to secure the title. However, they were not facing an entirely difficult task, as they were up against Espanyol, who are fighting for their bare survival in La Liga.
Moreover, the city rival did not want to allow the Blaugranas to celebrate on their field, a title celebration they wanted to thwart. But it didn’t work, the visitors were more excited.
Already after the first half Barcelona led 3:0, with Lewandowski scoring twice and Balde once. In the second half, Kounde added a fourth goal and the home side only reduced it to 2: 4 thanks to goals from Puad and Josel.
Barcelona deservedly lifted the trophy with a fourteen-point lead over Real Madrid.
Immediately after the match at the RCDE Stadium, the visiting camp erupted in joy and the Barcelona players started celebrating in the middle of the pitch. But logically, the home fans didn’t like it.
A few of them managed to storm the field of play when at that moment the Barcelona players started to flee to the stands. All the Blaugranas players managed to escape and fortunately there was no incident.
One of the home Ultras even managed to get into the tunnel, but was stopped by security. The Barcelona players were very unhappy with the behaviour of the Espanyol fans and they tried to talk to them through the security barrier.
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