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Brazilian youngster’s goal-red card play, Barca coach is angry with the referee

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Barcelona went to play at the Mendizoroza Stadium with the statistics of not losing against Alaves in the last 13 appearances. The win against Alaves was therefore expected. The Catalan club’s 3-1 victory in the La Liga match on Saturday is hotch inside the discussion. The 18-year-old Brazilian youngster played just 13 minutes as a substitute. He recognized his caste by scoring a goal. Later, he left the field after seeing two yellow cards in a span of five minutes.

Barca did not have the speed to get full three points in the match even though it became a ten-man team due to Hoch’s departure. However, criticism of Hotch’s second yellow card has begun. Barca coach Xavi Hernandez did not remain silent. At the end of the match, the annoyed Barca coach said that he has nothing to say about the referee.

Barca had control of the ball from the beginning of the match at the Alaves field, but the hosts were ahead in attack. However, in the 22nd minute of the match, Robert Lewandowski put Barca ahead with a great pass by Ilkay Gundwan. After almost two months, the Polish striker found a goal in La Liga.

Barca went into the break with a one-goal lead. Gundwan doubled the goal gap in four minutes of the second half. Shavi’s disciples could not be relieved even after leading by two goals. 2 minutes after Gundwan’s goal, Samu Omorodione pulled one back to seal the match.

Hotch came on as a replacement for Gundwan in the 59th minute of the match. Four minutes later he made the scoreline 3-1. A left-footed Konakuni shot into the net from Forte’s cutback.

After that, the young Brazilian turned his back on the coin. He saw the first yellow card in the 67th minute of the match. Hotch left the field five minutes later after a second yellow card for a foul on Rafa Marin. Shavi, who was in the dugout, was seen expressing his anger at the referee’s decision.

After the match, Shavi said, ‘I don’t need to say anything. The reality is, we’re paying the price (per match) of the Negreira case. That’s what I think. All I can say is, let us play fair. I don’t want to say anything more about the referee.’

It should be noted that the Negreira case is a formal complaint against Barcelona for influencing the outcome of matches by paying referees.


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