Barcelona vs Villarreal – La Liga LIVE Score 28/09/2020
Barcelona vs Villarreal live score : Match details
Match: Barcelona vs Villarreal
Competition: Spain’s top flight: La Liga
Date: September 27, 2020
Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, September 27, 2020 (UK time)
Stadium: Camp Nou
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Barcelona vs Villarreal: Match preview
NAME: Barcelona – Villarreal
DATE: 27 Sep 2020
TIME: 19:00 UTC
VENUE: Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain
After the 8-2 UEFA Champions League quarter-final drubbing at the hands of Bayern Munich, Quique Setién was sacked.
No surprise as it was the first season since 2007/08 Barça have ended a season without silverware.
Ronald Koeman is the new Head Coach and this is his first game in charge.
So far in the off-season, Miralem Pjanić and Francisco Trincão have joined from Juventus and Braga respectively.
Going out, Arturo Vidal, Arthur, Ivan Rakitić and Luis Suárez have all left the club but Lionel Messi hasn’t.
He’ll stay for at least one more year.
Can he fire Barcelona back to glory?
As for Villarreal, this could be a big season for them too.
Unai Emery is the new Head Coach at Estadio de la Cerámica and he’s already had two games in charge.
El Submarino Amarillo have so far drawn 1-1 with Huesca and, last weekend, beaten Eibar 2-1, both at home.
Gerard Moreno scored in both games and Paco Alcácer bagged the winner last weekend.
Villarreal have never won a major honour in their 97 year history and Emery has been appointed to change that.