On Saturday night, LaLiga EA Sports fans at the Estadio Olimpico Lluuis ense witnessed sheer drama as Barcelona overcame a 2-0 deficit to defeat Celta Vigo 3-2. Galicia had already scored once and added another goal after 76 minutes, which appeared to end the match but instead galvanized Xavi’s team into action. As soon as American midfielder Luca de la Torre set up Jorgen Strand Larsen to score, the stadium fell silent. The Norwegian took possession of the ball and calmly beat Marc Andre ter Stegen to give the visitors a 1-0 lead. Coach Xavi was visibly angry on the sidelines and it did not help that Frenkie de Jong’s injury in the first half necessitated an early substitution. It was challenging for the Catalan club to regroup and equal the score because Rafa Benitez’s team was playing well within a set system. Greek forward Anastasios Douvikas added the final flourish to a fast transition to make it 2-0. Most of their threats were made over the counter. At that point, Barcelona had not yet had a clear-cut opportunity, and it seemed as though they had no influence over the outcome. Joao Felix chipped the ball over the defense and into the path of Robert Lewandowski on minute 81 to give the Blaugrana their first of three goals despite the score.