Larrivey strike paralyzes Luis Enrique
Luis Enrique was paralyzed by his previous side as Joaquin Larrivey gave Celta Vigo a stun 1-0 win over Barcelona on Saturday.
The Barca mentor - who touched base at Camp Nou from Celta in the nearby season after the doomed Gerardo Martino rule - had been looking to recover his side to winning routes after their 3-1 El Clasico humbling to Real Madrid a weekend ago.
Nonetheless, in spite of commanding all through, the Catalans were eventually left to lament missed risks as Larrivey struck in the second half to send them colliding with an alternate possibly exorbitant annihilation.
Luis Enrique gave a home introduction to Luis Suarez after the finish of his greatly announced boycott and despite the fact that the Uruguayan was by and large tranquil, Barca still made an assemblage of chances.
They hit the crossbar four times - twice each for both Neymar and Lionel Messi, the recent of whom keeps on chaing a record-equalling 251st La Liga objective.
Celta, by complexity, were clinical and after a mistake in the Barcelona resistance, Larrivey opened home in the 55th moment to settle matters.
Notwithstanding Barcelona's late weight, Celta clutched case an important triumph, leaving the early title tussle at the highest point of La Liga completely open.
Barca started the match brilliantly as Neymar went close twice inside the opening 15 minutes, first heading directly at Sergio Alvarez, before rattling the crossbar with a brassy exertion from 25 yards.
The hosts neglected to expand on that early force, in any case, and gave Celta a time of relief, however they soon blast into life again in the 30th moment, with Messi obviously demonstrating urgent.
The Argentinian constrained Sergio into a fine gymnastic spare in the wake of gathering a decently set cut-back from Neymar.
Messi then saw an objective bound exertion knocked onto the crossbar by Jonny Castro.
Barca's playmaker went close for a third time in the 34th moment, heading Suarez's left-wing traverse in spite of being unmarked.
Celta did well to baffle their hosts, however it was Sergio who kept on being the legend for Eduardo Berizzo's men, denying both Messi and Neymar as the first half attracted to a nearby.
Barca began the second half in decided manner and they hit the crossbar for the third time only two minutes into the period, as Neymar met Jordi Alba's overall set pass.
What's more Celta soon promoted - Larrivey jumping on vulnerability in the home resistance after he had interfaced up with Nolito to opening past Claudio Bravo.
Luis Enrique's side just about ended up two objectives down with 12 minutes to play, as Bravo palmed away a Nolito exertion and substitute Charles headed the bounce back over from eight yards.
Messi then hit the woodwork again with a long-range free-kick, however Celta hung on.