Dembele saves Barcelona's day by scoring in dying minutes.
Barcelona are back in runner up and are currently only one point behind La Liga pioneers Atlético Madrid on account of a hard-battled 1-0 success over Real Valladolid at Camp Nou, Barça's thirteenth in the last 14 games. The Blaugrana looked corroded after the global break and battled against a strong Valladolid guard, however Ousmane Dembélé scored a 90th moment victor to give Barça three enormous focuses in the title race.
Barça looked a lot of like a group falling off a global break in the primary half, playing with no power and simply passing the ball from one side to another with no development in the last third. Valladolid set up well with a five-man safeguard yet were not actually tested, and the guests figured out how to make a great possibility when Kenan Kodro headed the ball against the crossbar.
It required 45 minutes for Barça to at last make something, and it was a remote chance by Pedri that Jordi Masip avoided onto the post. The Blaugrana were languid and deadened, and at halftime they required a genuine reminder to play better and dominate the match.
Barça expanded the force and welcomed on more pressing factor in the subsequent half, shooting a lot of shots at objective and endeavoring to recuperate the ball at whatever point they lost it. Valladolid couldn't counter any longer, and Barça had more to bringing to the table regardless of whether they couldn't really undermine Masip.
With 10 minutes to go, Óscar Plano was given a straight red card for a tackle on Ousmane Dembélé, and the Blaugrana got an opportunity to play against 10 men to discover the champ. Regardless of having all their assaulting players in the pitch the host group basically couldn't show sufficient inventiveness to break the gridlock, and it looked like we were set out toward a debacle.
In any case, in the 90th moment, the forward leap: Frenkie De Jong played an extraordinary cross from the conservative, Ronald Araujo flew high into the air to divert it with his head, and Dembélé terminated an incredible volley with his left foot to at last beat Masip and give Barça the lead.
The last whistle came soon after and Barça left it late with a lackluster showing, however this is a game they basically needed to win. Furthermore, they did. Barça are back in second, and El Clásico is up straightaway. Lock in.