Barcelona achieved its second successive victory in the Spanish League, and confirmed its readiness to compete for all titles after overcoming the crises of last summer.
Barcelona scored a hat-trick against their hosts and was unaffected by the numerical shortage after defender Clement Lingley was sent off in the 42nd minute.
The Catalan club ended the first half in its favor with a goal scored by young striker Ansu Fati in the 11th minute, to be his third goal in the competition this season after his two goals against Villarreal last Sunday when Barcelona won 4-0.
Rising star Ansu Fati scored the first goal for Barcelona!
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Barcelona scored a second goal in the match after a wonderful effort and a shot by Argentine star Lionel Messi, and the goal was awarded in the name of Lucas Olaza, defender of Celta Vigo, by mistake in the goal of his team in the 51st minute.
In the fifth minute of the match's stoppage time, Sergi Roberto scored Barcelona's third goal.
With this, Barcelona achieved a long-awaited victory at Celta Vigo, as Barcelona's last victory at this stadium was when they beat 1-0 in February 2015 in the Spanish League as well.
Barcelona raised its score to 6 points from two games, and Celta Vigo stuck at 5 points from 4 games.
The features of the work of the Dutch coach Ronald Koeman appeared early, and it seemed that the Catalan club overcame the bitter defeat against Bayern Munich 8-2 and the events that followed.
Barcelona scored 7 goals and kept clean sheets in the first two official matches of this season, numbers that send a warning message to the teams competing for the league title.