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Barça, almost at the last moment, ended up rescuing a point in an evening that could have been Bryan Zaragoza's big night. The young Nasrid striker, with two blows, put a 2-0 on the scoreboard that Lamine Yamal, with a record goal, the earliest scorer in the First Division, and Sergi Roberto, in a second half that was all a harassment and Barça demolition to the goal of an entonadimo André Ferreira, ended up converting in the final 2-2 with which the Barça got something positive from Los Cármenes. [Narration and statistics]

Things got uphill for Barca unexpectedly soon. In just 17 seconds, Bryan Zaragoza put the 1-0 after a quick loss of ball by the Barça. The plan of being well wrapped in the back and despair to those of Xavi could be launched with a juicy booty. The Barça players, of course, tried to recover by closing the goal of an almost impregnable André Ferreira in the first minutes, with a terribly uncomfortable Ferran Torres as a reference in point. And, when the harassment of visitors seemed closer than ever to bearing fruit, the Nasrids struck again. Again, through Bryan Zaragoza.

A quick exit of the ball allowed the striker to get ahead of Koundé in control. Then, he danced to the Frenchman almost to desperation and ended up sending the ball back to the back of the goal of a Ter Stegen who could only touch the ball with his fingertips. In half an hour, Granada was already 2-0. And things would get even uglier for the Barça centre-back when, in an attack of the locals finally invalidated for offside, Gavi fell trying to avoid a shot from Uzuni and ended up impacting his left.

As much as he tried to continue, his left knee did not give him good feelings. After dropping and hitting the ground with rage, Araujo took over when he was already dying a first part that, despite everything, would have an epilogue for the Barça hope. Lamine Yamal, in the aggregate, put a 2-1 that also made him the youngest scorer in the history of the League, with 16 years and 87 days, 11 days less than the until yesterday holder of the brand, Fabrice Olinga.

After the break, the Barça's dominance of the ball was almost a monologue. Not surprisingly, they needed at least another goal to get something clear from Los Cármenes while Granada was enough to join their lines in defensive tasks and, again, leave everything in the hands of a possible exit to the counter that would allow them to kill the game. Therefore, it is not uncommon for Barça to accumulate chances in front of André Ferreira's goal, more frequent than clear to tell the truth, in the first moments of the second half.

It would take a while for Barça to really test André Ferreira again. Granada, meanwhile, with sparks, threatened Ter Stegen's goal from time to time, although with more desire than aim. Barça, meanwhile, lacked perhaps some power. This would be witnessed by Gündogan or Gavi, while Araujo, as an improvised striker, would send out for very little a hard rejection after scrambling in the area like a fine stylist. Sergi Roberto, on the limit, put a 2-2 with VAR in between that Bryan Zaragoza was about to convert in the 3-2. In his case, with a shot that crashed into the post. Yes, it would fall 2-3, from Joao Felix, but it would be invalidated by offside of Ferran Torres in a duel that would end in draws.