Barcelona crushes Sevilla as Lewandowski drops masterclass performance

FC Barcelona is arguably the winner of the latest European summer transfer market, having acquired a number of excellent and experienced players as of today, which is also getting a reflection on the ongoing La Liga campaign.

This remarkable achievement paved the way to a glorious start in their domestic league campaign, which can also be seen in their latest victory against Sevilla FC.

How did Lewandowski and others help Barcelona cruise past Sevilla?

Barcelona cruised to a 3-0 victory over struggling Sevilla on Saturday, with goals from Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha, and Eric Garcia.

After four rounds of football, Barcelona is now second in La Liga behind reigning champions Real Madrid. Meanwhile, Sevilla’s recent defeat, their third in four games to begin the 2022-23 season, moves them one position above the bottom three and after a cross from teammate Jules Kounde, Lewandowski scored his sole goal in the 36th minute.

The Polish striker scored his first two goals in a Barcelona victory against Valladolid a week prior to Sevilla victory and he nearly scored a second goal early in the second half, but Sevilla goalkeeper Bono parried the ball. However, this made no difference for his club because Eric Garcia scored the game’s third and decisive goal shortly after.


With five goals in four weeks, Lewandowski is tied for first place in La Liga with Borja Iglesias of Betis Sevilla.

This is highly encouraging news for the Polish national squad because Robert Lewandowski is in fantastic form with little over two months till the World Cup. Although Poland is not considered a favorite to win the World Cup, if “Lewy” maintains his form, anything may happen in Qatar, which begins in November 2022.

Lewandowski has now scored five goals in his last three games, and while the Polish striker was not involved in the third, Raphinha was. The Brazilian’s deep cross was headed back across goal by Kounde, who earned his second assist of the night when Eric Garcia scored his first professional goal.


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