Once it was a fortress. Now Camp Nou looks far more breathable as Barcelona dropped points against Granada, who are yet to win a game in the La Liga this season, as they were held 1-1 at home on Monday. The disappointing result comes less than a week after a demoralizing loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League at the same venue.

Barcelona needed a 90th-minute equalizer by defender Ronald Araújo, sparking jeers by many in the crowd of nearly 27,000.

The setback followed the 3-0 rout by Bayern in the team’s first defeat since losing Lionel Messi to Paris Saint-Germain, and added pressure on coach Ronald Koeman and club president Joan Laporta.

Granada came into the match at Camp Nou off two consecutive losses, including at home against Real Betis in the Andalucia derby last week. The away team was also winless in four matches. Granada had defeated Barcelona at Camp Nou the last time they met in April.

“It’s a shame. If we had been able to score earlier we could have gotten the victory. After the early goal they sat back on defense and that made it difficult for us,” Araújo, the day’s saviour for the Catalan giants, said.

After the draw, Barcelona are in seventh place on the La Liga table, five points from leaders Real Madrid with a game in hand.

Coached by former Spain manager Robert Moreno, Granada opened the scoring two minutes into the match with a header by Domingos Duarte off a set piece.

Barcelona squandered two great chances to equalize before halftime — Sergi Roberto hit the crossbar from inside the area and Araújo’s header was brilliantly saved by Granada goalkeeper Luís Maximiano.

Memphis Depay and Luuk de Jong also failed to capitalize on scoring chances in the second half, but Araújo finally broke through with a close-range header in the 90th.

“We know that Barça is not going through a good moment and it was important to try to take advantage of that early on,” Duarte said. “Earning a point at Camp Nou is always good but we came close to getting the three points. In the end they had many chances too. It was a fair result.”

Koeman could not count on several players because of injuries, including Jordi Alba and Pedri González.

He added a few youngsters in the second half, including Riqui Puig and 17-year-old Gavi, who set up Araújo’s equalizer. Philippe Coutinho was one of the players replaced.

Veteran defender Gerard Piqué played as a striker after coming into the game in the final minutes.