Gavi saw a red card on the day of Barca’s consecutive victories. Spanish giant Barcelona started this season by defeating Belgian club Antwerp FC 5-0. The team maintained that winning streak against FC Porto as well. However, the Spanish midfielder Gavi had to see a red card at the last moment in the match.
Barcelona and FC Porto face off in a Champions League match on Wednesday (October 4) at 1pm. Barca won the match 1-0. Ferran Torres scored for the team.
Barca could have taken the lead at the beginning of the match. But Joao Cancelo’s right-footed shot missed the goal line and went wide. Porto also saw some attacks in response. But they were not strong enough to score goals. Gavi saw the first yellow card due to a foul in the 36th minute of the match. And at the end of the scheduled time, he had to leave the field with a red card after seeing the second yellow card during the extra time.
The only goal of the match came in the 45th minute of the first half. Ilokay Gundwan assisted Torres with a powerful left foot shot. Barcelona tried to increase the gap in the second half. However, Joao Felix failed to score even though he had several opportunities. On this side, after 60 minutes, Porto had a little influence in the game. But Diogo Costa’s team failed to return to parity. In the end, Barca left the field with a 1-0 victory.