Three back-heel passes in goal buildup by other Barca
[VIDEO PICK: Golazo] Wilder Medina's goal for Ecuadoran club Barcelona -- so named because it was founded by a Spanish immigrant from that city in
1925 -- came after a 10-pass sequence that included three back-heels.
The Guayaquil club is Ecuador's most successful, with 14 league titles and a Libertadores Cup runner-up medal. In this
highlight, from a 2-1 win over Deportivio Quito, it looks much like its namesake.
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