Jeremy Mathieu finish touched and substituted in front of the RCD Espanyol

Mathieu withdrew with annoyances

Jeremy Mathieu, badly split in front of the Espanyol... And "touched"

Published:25/10/2016 - 23:45h

Updated:25/10/2016 - 23:45h

The central of the FC Barcelona Jeremy Mathieu was headline in front of the RCD Espanyol but did not play a good party and failed in the goal of Felipe Caicedo. To finish it, the Frenchman finish with annoyances and had to be sustituído by Martínez

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It can not say that the players of the first team of the FC Barcelona have taken advantage of the opportunity in front of the RCD Espanyol this Tuesday to put him the difficult things to Luis Enrique in the next meetings. It can not say that any of them rayase to good level in the defeat in front of the pericos in the Supercopa of Catalonia 2016.

But especially little lucky was Jeremy Mathieu that went strongly criticised through the social networks by part of several fans of the team culé. The French did not find comfortable in any moment of the party and on failed in the goal of Felipe Caicedo that to the dessert gave them the three points to the blanquiazules.

It was after a pass to his backs of Jose Antonio Kings, looking for the speed of the international ecuadorian. Mathieu left carried by the tip that planted only in front of Jordi Masip, to dribble it and annotate the first (and last) so much of the crash in the minute eleven of the first time.

But the worst was for coming for Luis Enrique, as in the minute 53 the player had to ask the change. Some muscular problems did that the youngster of the filial José Antonio Martínez had to go in by him without that it had been able to heat. The defender had to do it on the same terrain of game. The true is that it would be a big setback for "Struggle" that after the injury of Gerard Hammered also went low Mathieu, leaving to the team with only two head offices.

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