Bojan’s got a history of fine ends to a season and he seems to have a special affinity for bagging goals against Villarreal. Good news for Barça is that he is again enjoying some great form as next comes a trip to El Madrigal.
History to repeat itself?
Last season Bojan Krkic had scored four goals by the second leg of the Cup tie
against Cultural and he then went three months without a goal, scored against Stuttgart in the
Champions League and went on to get seven more before the end of the season.
This season looks to be panning out the same way for the young Catalan, who had bagged four
by the time the team beat Real Sociedad 5-0 on December 12th, before again going three months
without a goal and coming back with a strike against Seville and another in the next game against
Debut goal at Villarreal
At the age of 17 years 1 month and 22 days, Bojan Krkic became
the youngest player to score for Barça, when he got on the score sheet in week 8 of the 2007/08
season against Villarreal. That game at the Madrigal was a big day for Bojan as was his return
there last season.
Three days after losing to Inter Milan in the Champions League semi finals, Barça faced a
tough trip to Villarreal with the La Liga leadership at stake. Guardiola started Bojan alongside a
deeper lying Messi with a two pronged striker attack that has proved so successful this year and
left Ibrahimovic on the bench for the crunch game. The youngster responded magnificently with a
brilliant individual goal and held on to the starting position in the line up for the rest of the