Barça Sorli Discau disposed of Vendrell with a clear 6-0 victory at the Palau and continued to march on in their league campaign.
FC BARCELONA SORLI DISCAU, 6
MORITZ VENDRELL, 0
FC Barcelona Sorli Discau (2+4): Egurrola, Ordeig (2), Panadero, Borregán, García (1)
–starting five- Páez, Torra (1), Adroher (1), López (1).
Moritz Vendrell (0+0): Grau, Rodríguez, Garcia, Albesa, Esteva –starting five- Ruiz,
Pena, Borja Ferrer, Lluís Ferrer.
Goals: 1-0, Garcia, min 2; 2-0, Ordeig, min 24; 3-0, López, min 26; 4-0, Ordeig, min 27; 5-0,
Adroher, min 39 and 6-0, Torra, min 41.
Referees: García and Martínez
Barça have to win every game left in the league now and Vendrell was a good chance to make amends
for some of the mistakes made in the first half of the season. The team had prepared the game well
and Reinaldo opened the scoring after just two minutes, with the second coming a minute before the
break. Two quick goals at the start of the second half were followed by a fifth and sixth from
Adroher and Torra.
Ferran Pujalte continue to win and Reus and Liceo did the same, beating Blanes and Igualada,
Barça Sorli Discau didn’t let Vendrell settle and Reinaldo García put them
one up after just five minutes. However, after the goal Guillem Cabestany’s team organised a
well positioned defence that created plenty of problems for the hosts.
Even so, Barça could have scored another as Nalo saw his penalty saved by Carles Grau.
Straight after, Barça committed a penalty themselves, but Vendrell’s Jordi Garcia also failed
Pujalte used his bench wisely to freshen up the team’s performance and Mia Ordeig made
it 2-0 before the break by finishing off a nice move and giving Barça a comfortable lead to go into
the second half.
Second half flurry
The lead was soon doubled as Adroher set up Carlos Lopez for the third at the end
of a counter attack and almost immediately afterwards Ordeig made it four.
Jordi Adroher caught out the tiring Vendrell defence to make it five and after Aitor
Egurrola, who had been a virtual prisoner till then, saved another Vendrell penalty, Marc Torra
raced to the other end of the court to leave it at 6-0.