Koeman Goes back to rajar of the level of the Barça after the stick in front of the Benfica

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Koeman Explodes again and raja of the level of the Barça after the stick in front of the Benfica

Published:29/09/2021 - 23:33h

Updated:30/09/2021 - 17:32h

"They have a lot of physicist and are very fast. I think that the first and the second goal had to have defended better. Soft can be a word, but there are a lot of teams that physically are better that we", explained the Dutch technician, the one who again looked him contrariado in the press conference after the hard commitment

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"I do not go to argue the level of this team. All the world knows which is the problem of the Barça nowadays. It can not think of a team that is not the one of past years. For me it is clearer that the water", expressed the trainer of the FC Barcelona, Ronald Koeman, after the new shipwreck, this time in the second day of the UEFA Champions League in front of the Benfica, team that defeated to the culés in the Estádio gives Light by marker of 3-0 with doublet of Darwin Nuñez and so much of Rafa Silva.

"They have a lot of physicist and are very fast. I think that the first and the second goal had to have defended better. Soft can be a word, but there are a lot of teams that physically are better that we", explained the Dutch technician, the one who again looked him contrariado in the press conference after the hard commitment.

"The final result is hard to accept. It is not the result that saw on the terrain of game. In spite of being losing fast, think that the team played well until the 2-0. We have had opportunities very clear to mark. Like this you change a party. If they mark of the few that arrive and do you three, here is the big difference", resumió.

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