Barça Sorli Discau swept past bottom side Lloret with an imperious display that saw five second half goals. Borregán (2), López(2), Reinaldo and Adroher were Barça’s scorers.
CH LLORET, 0
FC BARCELONA SORLI DISCAU, 6
CH Lloret (0+0): Serra, Rodri, Casalí, Martos, Crespo – starting five –
Tibau, Lladó, González
FC Barcelona Sorli Discau (1+5): Egurrola, Ordeig, Panadero, Borregán (2),
Reinaldo – starting five – Páez, Torra, Adroher, López (2)
Goals: 0-1, Borregán, min. 7; 0-2, Borregán, min. 26; 0-3, López, min. 32; 0-4,
López, min. 33; 0-6, Adroher, min. 48
Referees: Gómez and López
Lloret had no answer to Barça’s attacking play as the visitors turned on the style to win
0-6. More goods news came through with Liceo’s defeat and with Reus due to play on Sunday,
Barça are now just 5 points off the leaders.
Eraly goal and domination
Barça came out determined to do the job and after just 7 minutes Alberto Borregán made no
mistake against Serra and put the team one up after a good assist from Marc Torra.
Barça rang the changes early on, bringing Torra on for Reinaldo, whilst Lloret desperately
attempted to stem the tide with a series of changes and time outs. The hosts had a few slight
chances, but the possession and domination of the game was with Pujalte’s men, even though
they were unable to add to the scoreline before the break.
Second half goal deluge
That soon changed in the second half though, as Borregán latched onto a pass from Mia Ordeig
after just 30 seconds to get his and the team’s second.
Barça now turned up the heat and Carlos Lopez marked his 34th birthday (on Sunday) with a
typically clever individual move that ended in an unstoppable shot to make it three. Lloret were
groggy now and Lopez hit them on the counter straight after for the fourth.
Although the Lloret keeper was able to stop a Sergi Panadero free hit as his team reached 10
fouls, there was little else for the home supporters to cheer as Reinaldo García made it five soon
The half dozen came up two minutes from the end thanks to Jordi Adroher and Marc Torra could
have made it seven, but time ran out before he could take a direct free hit.