- Celta Vigo vs Barcelona's encounter ended 3-0 in favor of the Catalans
- Ansu Fati and Sergi Roberto netted two goals for Barcelona, while Olaza scored an own goal
- Barcelona have now played two games now this term in the Spanish La Liga and won
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Barcelona on Thursday night, October 1, continued with their impressive performance this season in the Spanish La Liga beating Celta Vigo 3-0 in their second game of the season.
New Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman knows that the only thing the club's fans want is winning after losing their La Liga crown last season to Real Madrid.
Barcelona also failed to win any title last season as they suffered an embarrassing defeat in the Champions League against Bayern Munich.
Ansu Fati scored the first goal against Celta Vigo in the 11th minute after benefiting from an assist by Philippe Coutinho.
The first half ended with Barcelona leading 1-0 against Celta Vigo in what was a tough duel.
Lucas Olaza scored an own goal in the 51st minute after his failure to clear a shot from Frenkie De Jong.
Sergi Roberto then scored the third goal for Barcelona in the 90th minute for the Catalans to record 3-0 win.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Rafinha may likely go the way of Luis Suarez as ruthless Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman has reportedly told the Brazilian to go in search for another club.
The Barcelona boss had earlier told some players including Arturo Vidal, Ivan Rakitic, Samuel Untiti, Luis Suarez that they were not in his plans and three out of four of them have already left.
Koeman who replaced former manager Quique Setien has been mandated to revamp the squad, as well as reduce their wage bill, and now the latest player that is affected is the 27-year-old midfielder.
Also Ousmane Dembele has been linked with a move away from the club to joining Manchester United and Koeman confirmed that the player could actually leave as well.
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