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Barcelona bounces back with 4-0 win

11-30-2011 15:41 BJT

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In the Spanish La Liga action and Barcelona, looking to make amends after suffering its first loss of the season this weekend. The setback to Getafe left the club six points back of arch-rival Real Madrid in the league standings.

Barca lost on the road, but is still an unstoppable force at home. Andres Iniesta tried his luck in the second minute, but no score. It took the club until the 29th minute to notch its first goal. Alexis Sanchez found space and his shot bounced into the net off the post. Barcelona went up 1-0, then 2-0 in the 41st minute. Sanchez picked up his second goal. Only two minutes later, David Villa made it 3-0. Then it was Lionel Messi grabbing his 16th goal in the 50th minute. Barcelona looks like its back in stride. The team takes a 4-0 win just before the Club World Cup next month.

Barcelona's Argentinian forward Lionel Messi (L) celebrates with Barcelona's Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez (R) after scoring during the Spanish League football match
between FC Barcelona and Rayo Vallecano on November 29, 2011 at the Camp Nou stadium
in Barcelona.


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