Barcelona ‘s loss in front of its host Getafe still echoes of street sports in Catalonia amid controversy over an incident during the match between Coman and a Getafe player.
The Spanish team, Barcelona, did not benefit from the fall of its traditional rivals Real Madrid to its counterpart Cadiz for nothing in the sixth round of the Spanish League championship,
and in turn fell against its host Getafe, with the same result,
at the (Coliseum Alfonso Perez) stadium, in a match that witnessed a lot of arbitration controversy,
and also witnessed controversy Concerning an incident between Dutchman Ronald Koeman and Alain Neum of Getafe.
The victory raised Getafe’s score to 10 points at the top of the table with Real Madrid, the first on goal difference so far.
Coman repeated after the end of the match that Alan Neum had spoken to him during the events of the match,
and that he had told Jose Bordalas, coach of Getafe,
about this, and that he felt sorry for the departure of these behaviors,
far from the sportsmanship, of one of the players.
The Catalan newspaper (Sport) quoted this Saturday morning statements of the coach Bordalas,
during which he confirmed that he did not believe that Alan Neum had uttered any insulting words to Koeman,
and that he doubted the veracity of what the Dutch coach said.
Getafe coach: We deserved to win against Barcelona … I doubt what Coman said. Getafe coach:
We deserved to win against Barcelona … and I doubt what …
Bordalas said: Koeman said after the match, he told me that Burdalas had insulted him
and I doubt that because Neom is a good player and plays games in full focus,and in general,
I will talk to him at the team training (Sunday) to find out what really happened,
and I do not accept any deviation from the text. Between my players.
On the victory over Barcelona, Bordalas said: We play any match we play with the goal of winning,
whether against Barcelona or otherwise, and we presented a great match against the Catalan team,
and we were able to control the great technical capabilities of its players
and did not allow them to impose their style of play, and they were the relatively better party in the game.
The first, but in the second half we created many chances to score against Barça, and I think we deserved to win the match.
José Bordalas continued: The referee’s decision was correct about the penalty kick that Frenk had caused by Young’s hand, and our star Jaime Matta scored it,
and luck stood by our side in the two shots that collided with the crossbar from Messi and Griezmann,
but we attacked the giants Barcelona fiercely and we did not hide or bounce back to the defense and so we lined up and grabbed the three points.