Barcelona won the Spanish League title for the 27th time in its history, after defeating Espanyol 4-2, in the 34th round of the competition.
The Polish Robert Lewandowski opened the Barcelona goals festival in a festive evening for the “Blaugrana” fans, in the 11th minute.
Alex Balde scored his name in the scorers’ list, after he signed his first goal with Barca in the 20th minute.
The same applies to Giulis Conde, who entered Barcelona’s top scorer for the first time, after he visited Espanyol’s net in the 53rd minute.
Lewandowski added Barca’s third goal, and his second against Espanyol, to widen the difference between him and Benzema to 4 goals in the LaLiga top scorer’s struggle.
On the other hand, Barcelona’s celebrations of winning the Spanish League title witnessed dramatic events after the Espanyol fans stormed the Power 8 stadium to spoil the joys of the “Blaugrana” with the title.
And while the players gathered in the middle of the field to celebrate the team’s official victory in the title after beating Espanyol 4-2, a large number of the landlord’s fans rushed to the field to express their anger at the traditional opponent’s celebration in the “derby” to leave the Catalan team to the dressing room.
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