Spain-ALSHARQIYA March 4: Barcelona continued its awakening and booked a place for itself in the final of the King's Cup for football with its big and exciting 3-zero victory over Seville on Wednesday evening in the second leg of the semi-final round of the tournament.
Barcelona qualified for the final by winning 3-2 in the aggregate of the first and second matches, as Sevilla had previously won at home 2-0 in the first leg.
Barcelona decided the second leg in their favor in overtime after ending normal time with a 2-0 win, which is the same result that Seville won in the first leg.
Barcelona presented a new version of the historic "Remontada" for the team, dashing the hopes of Sevilla, who was the closest to qualifying.
Barcelona also confirmed that he had regained much of his balance in this season in which he suffered both.
Barcelona ended the first half in favor of him with a clean goal scored by Frenchman Osman Dembele in the 12th minute, and the excitement increased in the second half when he saw a missed penalty kick for Seville through Lucas Ocampos in the 73rd minute, which was enough to end the dreams of the Blaugrana completely.
While Sevilla prepared to get out with this result in its favor, Barcelona defender Gerard Pique scored the team’s second goal in the fourth minute of stoppage time for the match, just two minutes after Sevilla’s Fernando Regis was sent off, pushing Pique into extra time.
In extra time, Martin Braithwaite scored the third goal for Barcelona in the 95th minute, while Seville received another blow by expelling his player Luc de Jong in the 103rd minute, to double the difficulty of the task for the team and make it easier for Barcelona to emerge winning the match and qualifying for the final.