Barça turnaround secures victory (2-4)
Barça Sorli Discau recorded a comfortable victory against Cemex Tenerife. The Blaugrana came from two goals down to win thanks to efforts from Carlitos, Panadero, Masoliver and Borregán.
Quim Paüls’ side picked up a confidence-boosting win ahead of their first European League
game next week as they saw off the challenge of the Canary Island outfit.
The opening moments of the counter caught the visitors by surprise however, with Tenerife
taking a two goal lead within the opening four minutes as Gerard Verges, who rose through the ranks
at Barça and left the club last season, and the former Vic player Quim Pujadas both netted. Those
two goals left the visitors with plenty to do, but they were equal to the task.
There was little reaction from Barça immediately, but they slowly began to play and find
their rhythm and in the 17th minute Carlos López reduced the arrears and that was how the scoreline
remained until the half-time interval.
After the break, the Blaugrana continued to improve and things began to turn in their favour
with Miquel Masoliver combining with Sergi Panadero to draw the away team level.
Six minutes later and Panadero rounded off a textbook move and beat Nicoletti from around the
penalty spot mark.
While Barça looked better and better, Tenerife began to slow down and going behind after
leading by two goals did not help.
The scoring was completed in the 50th minute when Borregán met a pass from Masoliver to net
the fourth of the evening for his team.
Barça Sorli Discau have 16 points in the OK Liga after six games, with five wins and a draw.
CEMEX TENERIFE, 2
FC BARCELONA SORLI DISCAU, 4
Cemex Tenerife (2+0): Nicolleti, Vergés (1), Burgoa, Alen, Pujadas (1) –
starting five – Ferrer, Ordóñez, Rodríguez
FCB Sorli Discau (1+3): Egurrola, Ordeig, Panadero (1), Páez, López (1) – starting five
– Masoliver (1), Teixidó, Borregán (1)
Goals: 1-0, Vergés (2'); 2-0, Pujadas (4'); 2-1, López (17'); 2-2, Masoliver (37);
2-3, Panadero (43'); 2-4, Borregán (50')
Referees: Sandoval and Rubio