Messi is crucial for a new Barcelona victory

December 4, 2010.- Barcelona beat Osasuna 3-0, with two goals from Lionel Messi, who doesn’t stop giving joy to Catalans.

The scoring was opened after 25 minutes of the first time with a decisive pass of the argentine player, who gave to Pedro the chance to score the first goal.

In the second half, Messi was responsible for cementing the victory. First, at the 64th minute with a great play and finally he scored with a penalty at 82.

Guardiola’s team had to travel to Pamplona last minute, although the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) had given permission to suspend the game until Sunday because of the air controllers’ strike in Spain.

The RFEF changed its mind at the last minute and told them that if they did not show up, they lost the match, which was crucial for them to continue at the top of the tournament.

The Catalan club filed a complaint with the agency, expressing outrage before the irregular situation. The players had to travel by train and bus, but even so their performance was not affected.

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