Barcelona capped off their final home game at the soon-to-be-renovated Camp Nou in style, with Ansu Fati scoring twice in a 3-0 win against a struggling Mallorca side. The Spanish champions are moving to a new stadium next season while their old home undergoes extensive repairs, and it didn't take long for Barca to celebrate Camp Nou with a goal in their final fixture.
Gavi surged down the right, before cutting the ball back to a wide-open Fati, who couldn't miss from close range. The Blaugrana were handed a further advantage by a Mallorca sending off, after Amath Ndiaye clattered Alejandro Balde and earned himself a straight red.
Barcelona were far more dominant against 10 men, and Fati was at it again 20 minutes later, capping off a fluid move with a neat near-post finish. The Blaugrana were somewhat wasteful after the break, but the chances still came, and Gavi made it three on 70 minutes with a fine left-footed strike. Fati also could've had a third with 15 minutes remaining but squandered a good chance.
At the end of it all, Sergio Busquets and Jordi Alba enjoyed applause from the Barcelona faithful, the duo departing at the end of the season to conclude legendary careers in Catalunya. Fati, meanwhile, might just have done enough to prove he could be part of the next one.
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