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Sport "Unacceptable": Koeman angry after missed penalties

12:35  22 january  2021
12:35  22 january  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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FC Barcelona struggled into the next round of the cup with a 2-0 after 120 minutes against third division Cornella. After the game, coach Ronald Koeman was well served, taking the penalty shooters to his chest.

Sein Team musste wieder über 120 Minuten gehen: Barcelonas Coach Ronald Koeman. © imago images His team had to go over 120 minutes again: Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman.

The Copa del Rey had one or two surprises in store this season. Real Madrid were surprisingly eliminated from third division Alcoyano in the third round on Wednesday. A lap earlier, Atletico, also with a third division club, had it. And that third division club from Cornella also annoyed the big FC Barcelona for 120 minutes on Thursday evening.

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After 90 minutes it was still 0-0. But Barça had to put it down to himself. The Catalans missed some chances, with Miralem Pjanic and Ousmane Dembelé having the best two, but both of them missed a penalty. "The most important thing is of course to get to the next round. But we can't be happy because we missed chances and missed penalties," coach Koeman is quoted as saying at the "Marca". "I can't fault our attitude, but it's not just about running, you have to be effective too. It's unacceptable."

The two missed penalties made the coach really angry. He also addressed the two missed shooters clearly. "There is not so much pressure with a penalty when there are no spectators. You need to keep a cool head," demands Koeman and added helplessly: "I really don't know why we miss so many penalties. You can as a FC player Barcelona didn't miss two penalties. That's serious. "

Another 120 minutes in the bones

But at least the Catalans are in the fourth round of the cup. Nevertheless, 120 minutes are of course gnawing at your strength. Especially if it was the third game over this distance within a very short time. Already in the Spanish Supercopa Barça played against Real Sociedad (semifinals, 3-2 win on penalties) and Athletic Bilbao (final, 2-3 after extra time) over the full distance. "We're playing 120 minutes again, that's three games in a row with the duration. That mustn't happen," Koeman said. Let's see how fresh Barcelona will perform in the league in Elche on Sunday (4.15 p.m.).

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