Levante versus Barcelona, La Liga: Final Score 2-3; Luuk De Jong scores late to give Barça three points in a frantic game.
Barça’s first half performance was hugely disappointing. The Blaugrana played with zero intensity and struggled from the very beginning with Levante’s man-to-man marking scheme,
Barcelona extended their La Liga winning streak to seven games and will finish the weekend second in the table after a thrilling 3-2 triumph over Levante in one of the season's most bizarre encounters.
They also couldn't develop a rhythm in possession and kept losing the ball in dangerous situations.
Levante were superior both with and without the ball, and AJ Morales was unstoppable up front.
Morales almost scored a Goal of the Season contender after running through the entire Barça defense and almost walking the ball into the net,
After sprinting past the whole Barça defence and virtually walking the ball into the net, Morales almost scored a Goal of the Season contender.
Eric Garca, on the other hand, made a great clearance off the line. Levante deserved to win, and owing to a plodding, unimaginative Barça attack, they were never in jeopardy at the back.
After Son fell down in the box and Dani Alves was called for a penalty, Levante finally got the goal they deserved: after Son went down in the box and Dani Alves was called for a penalty, Levante eventually scored the goal they deserved.
To give the home team the lead, Morales went up to the plate and sent Marc-André ter Stegen the wrong way.
Things almost went from bad to worse for Barça just five minutes later when Eric García was called for a handball in the box and Roger Martí had a chance to double the lead from the spot,