Angry Barcelona fans invade Ronald Koeman after El Clasico loss to Real Madrid – .

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Angry Barcelona fans invade Ronald Koeman after El Clasico loss to Real Madrid – .


Ronald Koeman endured a difficult Camp Nou exit on Sunday afternoon as supporters crowded around his car as it exited the stadium.

The Dutch coach is blamed by most fans for Barcelona’s poor start to the season and after losing his third consecutive Clasico he pulled away from the ground only to have his car face off against a group of young supporters waiting to take pictures of the players as they left Camp Nou.

Most of the attention was harmless, with many only taking selfies in front of Koeman, but some banged on the hood of the manager’s car and there were a few slurs as he was finally able to walk away.

Ronald Koeman’s car was mobbed by Barcelona fans after his side’s 2-1 loss to Real Madrid

The Dutchman (right, in car) struggled to leave Camp Nou after El Clasico defeat

What was most striking was that there was no organization or effort to disperse the crowds by club officials so that the 58-year-old manager could leave the pitch safely.

Barcelona were quick to condemn the incident, adding that they would implement “disciplinary measures” to ensure the event remains unique.

“FC Barcelona publicly condemns the violent and dismissive acts our manager suffered when leaving Camp Nou,” the club said in a statement posted on its official Twitter account.

“The Club will take security and disciplinary measures so that such unfortunate events do not happen again. “

Barcelona manager admitted losing the Clasico

Barcelona manager admitted losing El Clasico “always meant more than three points”

The Dutchman insisted, however, that his side controlled the game in the first half.

The Dutchman insisted, however, that his side controlled the game in the first half.

Koeman said he thought it was an exaggeration his team could have lost by a bigger margin.

He said: “We controlled the game in the first half. And we had a great chance to take the lead.

“But in the second half, they defended well and we couldn’t create any danger. I am disappointed with the result but not with the performance. ‘

Real Madrid won the Clasico at Barcelona 2-1 thanks to love at first sight from David Alaba

Real Madrid won the Clasico at Barcelona 2-1 thanks to love at first sight from David Alaba

Alaba scored his rocket to complete a fantastic Real counter he started in his own box

Alaba scored his rocket to complete a fantastic Real counter he started in his own box

Carlo Ancelotti's men dominated and dominated Barcelona for much of the game

Carlo Ancelotti’s men dominated and dominated Barcelona for much of the game

Asked about Ansu Fati who was hobbling strangely in the second half, Koeman said: “I don’t think that has anything to do with the knee injury he suffered. But 70 minutes were enough for him. He still worked very hard.

Admitting that defeat will hurt, he added: “Losing a Clasico always means more than three points. “

Meanwhile, Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti showed more satisfaction after his side remained second in La Liga, one point behind Real Sociedad, who drew 2-2 against Liga ‘Atletico Madrid on Sunday and played one more game.

Memphis Depay cut frustrated figure as Barcelona lost El Clasico 2-1 on Sunday

Memphis Depay cut frustrated figure as Barcelona lost El Clasico 2-1 on Sunday

Carlo Ancelotti believes the win over Barcelona showed his side

Carlo Ancelotti thinks victory over Barcelona showed his team “can compete with everyone”

“I think we can compete with everyone, the team is strong although we have to be a little more efficient up front,” said the Italian in a post-match press conference, as the Marca reported.

“But we played against a great team and we suffered. We are able to suffer together.

‘[The game] was practical and smart. Very good in defense. We missed a few passes but were very effective at the break. This team has a lot of quality and we must take advantage of it.

“It was not an easy game and winning makes us happy. I’m happy to win El Clasico because it’s the most important game. I don’t like getting into the other team but they also played a good game. ‘



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