VAL 1-4 BAR: Why Pedri’s Goal Was Awarded To Aubameyang Hours After The Match Ended

Barcelona secured its spot in the top 4 after thrashing Valencia in a 5-goal thriller. Barcelona scored three first-half goals, while another was scored in the second half. Well, fans have been showering praises on Xavi for the work he has done with the team.

However, some of the talking points of the game were Aubameyang’s debut goal, Ferran Torres’ poor game, Aubameyang’s First La Liga Man Of The Match Award, Barcelona’s dominance, and Dembele’s return to the starting lineup, but this article will center on why Pedri’s goal was awarded to Aubameyang hours after the game ended. Take a look!

1. Aubameyang Was The Last Offensive Player To Touch The Ball.

Note that after a match review, the match referee concluded that Aubameyang should be awarded the goal, and it means Aubameyang got a hattrick. Note that when Pedri attempted the long-range effort, Aubameyang’s touch played a huge role in the direction of the shot. Aubameyang’s slight touch made it very difficult for the Valencia goalkeeper to save the shot. Hence, the referee was correct to award Pedri’s goal to the former Arsenal Captain.

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