Ronald Araujo’s injury-time diving header secured an undeserved 1-0 victory for Barcelona against Real Sociedad on Saturday night. The match started with a bang as Sociedad put pressure on Barcelona’s goalkeeper, Marc-Andre ter Stegen, forcing him to make several saves within the first 15 minutes. All eyes were on the Spanish champions to see how they would bounce back from their defeat in El Clasico, but unfortunately, they seemed to lack confidence throughout the game. Despite their struggles, Barcelona fought tenaciously to prevent Sociedad from taking the lead. However, Xavi, Barcelona’s manager, appeared disappointed as Araujo scored the winning goal in the dying moments of the match. This goal came shortly after both Xavi and Gavi had their attempts on goal, testing Sociedad’s goalkeeper, Alex Remiro, for the first time in the game. With this victory, Barcelona now sits in third place, while Sociedad trails behind in sixth, eight points adrift.