Bojan’s goal against Seville was his first since the one he bagged against Real Sociedad three months ago on December 12th. The young Catalan came on as a sub for Pedro this Sunday and was once again on target.
Happy hunting ground
Bojan’s goal at the Sanchez Pijuan on Sunday came at a ground where he scored one of his most
important goals last year when he scored Barça’s second in their 2-3 win in the penultimate
game of the season.
Bojan Krkic scored his first goal of 2011 against Seville after coming on for Pedro who was forced
off with a groin problem just before the quarter hour mark. The Barça number 9 looked lively
throughout and was quick to take advantage of the first chance that presented itself to put the
team one up.
Iniesta…Alves…Bojan… and goal!
It was a tough and physical game at the Sanchez Pijuan, but on the half hour
Iniesta showed a touch of class with a through ball to Dani Alves, who crossed for Bojan to control
and stroke home, despite the efforts of Martín Cáceres. The goal gave Barça what could be a vital
point and will also have given the youngster a big confidence boost in a season where he’s
had few chances to show his goal scoring instinct. Bojan is smiling again!
Fourth goal in La Lliga
The goal was Bojan’s fourth of the league campaign so far this
season and his fifth in all competitions when added to the one he scored against Ceuta in the Cup.
His La Liga strikes have come against Almeria, where he scored twice in the 0-8 win and the fifth
in the 5-0 victory over Real Sociedad. Sunday’s was thus the most important and decisive
he’s scored so far this season.
Bojan has made 21 appearances so far this season, starting five games
–against Hèrcules, Sporting de Gijón, Mallorca, Llevant and Zaragoza - with a total of 647
minutes on the pitch.