The Blaugrana are again singled out after their conceded draw on Sunday against Cadiz (1-1).
New disillusion for the Barça. Five days after being humiliated by the PSG at Camp Nou (1-4) in the first round of the knockout stages of the Champions League, the Blaugrana were indeed unable to win against Cadiz, Ronald Koeman’s men having to settle for a draw (1-1). The Catalans thought they had done the hard part by opening the scoring at the last minute thanks to a penalty scored by Lionel Messi, but the Barcelona were joined at the very end of the match following a new penalty, this time in favor of the Andalusian club.
Not content to miss an opportunity to straighten his head after the slap received on the European scene, Barça also once again gives up a chance to get closer to the standings. Despite the setback conceded the day before by theAtletico Madrid against Levante (0-2), the Blaugrana still accuse eight points of disbursement on the Colchoneros and two on the real Madrid, who knew how to ensure the minimum service, on the lawn of Valladolid (0-1). A problematic situation in the eyes of the Catalan press.
“Unpardonable”, thus headline together the two main Catalan dailies, Sport and Mundo Deportivo, in one this Monday, the first evoking in particular a “disappointing” draw but also the “absurd” penalty granted by Clement Lenglet in the last moments of the meeting. The international tricolor, already little to his advantage, Tuesday, against PSG, is indeed pointed out on the other side of the Pyrenees after his unnecessary and clumsy fault on an innocuous action of the Andalusians. MD is thus caté
Gorique and considers that the former Sevillian has exhausted all his jokers and can no longer claim, as it is, a starting position. And all the more so since Ronald Araujo, injured in the ankle, is on the way back.
This Barça is worrying
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