Goalball, the blind sport – the latest news from Guatemala

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Unable to penetrate an exciting target Inaki BinaBarcelona will have to play its passes in the Champions League quarter-finals European League in hell IstanbulFor, after the 0-0 that ended with Galatasaray’s visit to the Camp Nou yesterday.

Barcelona’s clear dominance since the opening whistle has only been translated twice in the entire first half, both Memes. The first, a free kick from the front, and the second, a thread to the far post from the left corner of the visiting goal.

In both he got a great response from Inaki Peña, loaned from Barca to Galatasaray until the end of the season, who made his debut last night in Camp Nou.

The Istanbul team, who started to take cover and tried to beat the high pressure of the local team with an unusual head-to-head match for Torrent, found themselves more and more comfortable as the minutes went by.

The Turks even advanced towards the goal defended by Ter Stegen on two occasions in the last leg of the first half. Most obviously, in a race to the left by Kerem Akturkoglu, who shot high after beating Dest and Frenkie de Jong in a slalom.

The Azulgrana family persisted in trying. Sergio Busquets headed a cross from Memphis when coming out of a corner kick, but the glove of Inaki Peña prevented the goal, a shot from Jordi Alba from the edge of the penalty area hit the right post and the Alicante goalkeeper saved the high shot in the goal. The next play centered on Frenkie de Jong.

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Adama And the Dembele They tried from outside the area but their shots didn’t find a door. And in the only match against the visitors in the entire second half, Gomez beat Ter Stegen and froze Camp Nou before the referee canceled his goal for offside.

With 10 minutes to go, Luc de Jong came in, but football in Barcelona could no longer generate more for the Dutch 9 to shine with their save shot.

Spain goalkeeper Inaki Peña was keen to defend the Turkish goal.
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