The Barca Crisis Continues

Barcelona VS Atletico Madrid
© Twitter

The Spanish league giant FC Barcelona are really having a serious crisis at the moment. They are continuously losing games. Barcelona have lost their last three matches, where they conceded eight goals and scored zero! Last night, Atletico Madrid had beat Barcelona as Luis Suarez scored against his former club.

Atletico Madrid beat Barcelona

FC Barcelona have traveled to Estadio Wanda Metropolitano to face Atletico Madrid. Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone sat the formation with 3-1-4-2, while Ronaldo Koeman decided to play Barcelona with 4-2-3-1.

In the 23rd minute, Atletico Madrid took the lead first. The French footballer Thomas Lemar scored the goal from the ex Barcelona player, Luis Suarez’s assist. Barcelona released Luis Suarez when new boss Ronald Koeman took charge of the club. After that, he joined Atletico Madrid as a free agent. Moreover, Luis Suarez scored last night against his former club.

In the 44th minute, Atletico Madrid scored their second goal as the Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez scored from Thomas Lemar’s assist. It was the result of a beautiful understanding between both players. They were both directly involved in these two goals. However, Barcelona tried to equalize. But they did not create enough chances to break the defense of Atletico Madrid.

Don’t miss:  Transfer Window Update: Done Deals & Rumors

Barcelona are winless in the straight-six games. Moreover, they could not score a single goal in the last three games. They lost the first two games in the UEFA Champions League against Bayern Munich and Benfica. In these two games, Barcelona conceded six goals and scored zero. Barcelona are currently standing the 9th at the league table. Atletico Madrid climb to 2nd place after defeating Barcelona.

Koeman Situation

The pressures are rising on the Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman. After losing the match against Atletico Madrid, fans are demanding to sack him as soon as possible. Many reports say that the Barca board can sack Koeman at any time. But Ronald Koeman spoke at a news conference last night about his future at the club. He said,

Nobody has said anything to me. I’ve learned the president was here this morning, but I’ve not seen him. The club have said nothing to me. I have ears, I have eyes. I already know they leak a lot of things, but they’ve not said anything to me.