Barcelona vs Cadiz Match Report
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Barcelona’s difficult season continued on Thursday after they drew at 00 against Cádiz at the Nuevo Mirandilla.
Under pressure, manager Ronald Koeman was sent off for dissent towards the end of the sad draw, Barcelona finished with 10 men after Frenkie de Jong also saw red.
Koeman came under pressure after a faltering start to the season.
Barça president Joan Laporta said on Thursday that he supported the Dutch coach, adding that the results needed to improve or action was taken.
But after another disappointing night, more questions are being asked about Koeman’s future.
Unfortunately for Koeman and Barça, the Catalans saw few legitimate chances in a mediocre first half..
Despite dominating possession before heading to the locker room with a goalless draw.
Barça goalkeeper MarcAndre ter Stegen was called up shortly after the restart and fell above and to his right to reject a clever shot from Álvaro Negredo.
Memphis Depay saw a good chance from Cádiz goalkeeper Jeremias Ledesma shortly after. His left-handed shot was blocked by the goalkeeper as he entered the net.
Midfielder Sergi Roberto, who replaced Yusuf Demir at halftime. Gave a shout out to his teammates after the match. stating that Barça are good enough to fight for the title.
“This is where we have to try to win LaLiga. That idea that it’s okay to be in the top four doesn’t work for me,” Roberto said.
“We have to fight for the League. The squad is very good and we have some injuries but that is no excuse.
” We have a squad that can fight for the League title and I don’t think other teams have a better squad than us. “
Frenkie de Jong received two yellow cards at five minutes of the hour for two awkward innings. Forcing the Dutch international to leave the field and leave Barça to end the game with 10 men
Memphis missed a bad shot in the en The second half of injury time and shot at the far post after being beaten by Gerard Piqué, who did not beat anyone but the goalkeeper.
Koeman was sent off with a red card in the last minutes for Contradiction.
“All I told the fourth official was that there were two balls on the field,” Koeman said. “In this country they send you for free.
I asked the referee calmly, but let’s leave him because that’s not my problem.”
Barcelona, who needed an equalization in Ronald Araujo’s injury time against Granada on Monday, are seventh in LaLiga with nine points, albeit one game behind most previous teams.