Robert Lewandowski’s magic wins it for Barcelona against Alaves 

Robert Lewandowski scored a brace as Barcelona came from behind to defeat struggling Alaves in La Liga.

Swift Shock: Omorodion’s 18-Second Opener

In a surprising turn of events, Samu Omorodion stunned the home crowd with a goal just 18 seconds into the match, giving the visitors an early lead.

Lewandowski’s Double Delight: Equalizer and Winning Penalty

Barcelona’s hopes were reignited as Robert Lewandowski played a pivotal role in turning the tide. First, he headed in the equalizer from Jules Kounde’s cross, and later secured the victory with a penalty after Raphinha was fouled.

Table Tussle: Barcelona’s Standing

Despite the comeback, Barcelona finds themselves in the third spot on the table, trailing four points behind surprise leaders Girona and two points behind second-placed Real Madrid.

Lewandowski’s Redemption: Breaking the Goal Drought

Lewandowski’s goals, his sixth and seventh in the Spanish top flight this season, ended a dry spell of six games without finding the net. This marked his worst sequence at club level since February 2011 with Borussia Dortmund.

Disjointed Display: Xavi’s Side Struggles

Behind the victory, a closer look reveals a disjointed performance from Xavi’s side. Omorodion’s early goal stands out as the fastest conceded by Barcelona in a home league match this century.

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