Cádiz vs Barcelona, La Liga :-Barcelona have once against dropped focuses in La Liga and are seven focuses off the highest point of the table gratitude to a horrendous 0-0 attract away
to Cádiz on Thursday night. The Blaugrana played exhausting, bland football for 65 minutes then, at that point, needed to endure the last 25 with 10 men after Frenkie De Jong was shipped off, and the game was almost unwatchable.
Cádiz vs Barcelona, La Liga :The initial five minutes of the subsequent half had more activity than the entirety of the first, with every goalkeeper making a major save. Marc-André ter Stegen was the first as he made a splendid stop on a shot by Negredo, and Ledesma did a very great job himself to save an incredible shot from Memphis Depay.
After those two minutes, be that as it may, the game returned to its lethargic, uncreative example and there was nothing but bad football being played by neither group. And afterward Frenkie De Jong was shipped off after two sketchy yellow cards in a space of three minutes, and Barça needed to play the last 25 minutes with 10 men.
Cádiz exploited the additional man lastly set up some decent assaults, and they had one brilliant possibility when Riqui Puig lost the ball with his first touch as a substitute and Sánchez discovered himself one-on-one with Ter Stegen, yet the German stuck his right foot out and made another large save.
The game appeared to creep towards an exhausting completion, however Barça were offered a brilliant chance in the fourth moment of added time when Gerard Piqué conveyed the ball 50 yards on a one-man counter-assault and set up Memphis for an incredible possibility, yet Depay some way or another missed the objective.
Ronald Koeman was by one way or another shipped off before the game finished, and the last whistle arrived at end one of the most noticeably awful shows of Barcelona football we have ever. Since Monday, that is.
It’s all exceptionally terrible at this moment.
Cádiz: Ledesma; Carcelén (Akapo 79’), Haroyan, Chust, Espino; Jiménez (Sánchez 46’), Fali (Jonsson 40’), Alarcón, Arzamendia (Perea 57’); Sobrino, Negredo (Lozano 57’)
Barcelona: Ter Stegen; Mingueza, Piqué, Araujo, Dest (Puig 80’); De Jong, Busquets, Gavi (Nico 73’); Demir (Roberto 46’), L. De Jong (Coutinho 68’), Memphis
Red Cards: De Jong (65’), Ronald Koeman (90+6’)