Barcelona and Man City played out a 3-3 draw against each other in a Charity match at New Camp, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
It was an incredible start which saw both teams doing a lot going forward in the game which had a lot of opportunities coming through.
Julian Alvarez opened the led for Man City in the 21st minutes after an incredible teamwork display saw the youngster making it 0-1 for the Premier League side.
Barcelona leveled things 1-1 in the 29th minute of the game through a stunning goal from Pierre Emerick Aubameyang who wasted no time in making it count.
The match carried on with so much more happening in the game but nothing came through in terms of more goals happening for both team who did a lot going forward.
The first half ended with Barcelona and Man City playing a 1-1 draw after 45 minutes of football which saw them heading inside for the break.
Second Half Report
The second half was more of the same and this time they both scored more goals before everything came to an end.
Frenkie de Jong netted in the 66th minute of the game to give Barcelona the advantage 2-1 in the match which they fought so hard to make the goal happen.
Cole Palmer with a brilliant finish in the 70th minute brought things back to level terms 2-2 as Man City didn’t look too bad themselves with their opportunities.
Another one from Memphis Depay in the 78th minute made things 3-2 for the home side as they picked up were they left to restoring their advantage.
A late penalty for Manchester City in the 90th minute plus additional time saw Riyad Mahrez converting to make things 3-3 as it carried on going forward.
The game ended with Barcelona Vs Man City playing out a 3-3 draw in a match which was filled with so many reunion amongst players and managers.
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