World News – GB – Cadiz 2-1 Barcelona: Ronald Koeman’s side suffer a shock defeat


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Posted: 21:56 GMT, 5. December 2020 | Updated: 22:35 GMT, 5. December 2020

Who knows what the end-of-season DVD will look like in Barcelona? The range of blunder outtakes is getting longer from week to week.

Former Birmingham City striker Alvaro Gimenez and former Real Madrid, Middlesbrough and Manchester City striker Alvaro Negredo scored the goals, but Barcelona were their worst enemy when they suffered a fourth loss of the season.

That’s four more defeats than leaders Atletico Madrid, who are now 12 points ahead of them at the top of the table.

Barcelona star Lionel Messi shows his frustration after his team lost 2-1 to Cadiz in LaLiga on Saturday

Ronald Koeman’s side had an extremely frustrating night, finishing seventh in the LaLiga table and Cadiz fifth

Alvaro Negredo is congratulated by his cheering Cadiz team-mates after scoring the decisive goal of the game

Cadiz, fifth in LaLiga, celebrated after the game after taking a surprise win against Barcelona

After Gerard Pique and Neto teamed up to give Alaves a goal in late October and Pique and Marc Andre ter Stegen handed a goal to Atletico Madrid last month, they added another gaffe – two in the same game as you crashed off and defeated Cadiz.

First, Oscar Mingueza’s header came back from a corner to his own goal that helped Cadiz take the lead from Gimenez, but it got a lot worse.

First Jordi Alba’s litter came to Clement Lenglet, who immediately put him under pressure. Then came Clement’s weird attempt to control it by misjudging the jump as he sailed over his knee and approached Marc Andre ter Stegen, who is now being attacked by Negredo.

Negredo is leaving after his strike, which took place in 63. Minute of the LaLiga encounter took place in celebration of it.

Alvaro Gimenez had managed to put Cadiz in the lead in just eight minutes, which stunned Barcelona

Gimenez celebrates with his Cadiz team-mates after his goal put Cadiz in the lead against high-profile opponents

Cadiz: Ledesma; Carcelen, Jimenez, Lopez (Alcala 31), Espino; Jonsson (Fernandez 80); Izquierdo (Alejo 81), Bodiger, Alex, Perea (Adekanye 80); Gimenez (Negredo 62)

Barcelona: Ter Stegen; Dest (Trincao 77), Mingueza (Pedri 46), Lenglet, Alba; Busquets (Pjanic 78), De Jong; Messi, Griezmann, Coutinho (Dembele 46); Braithwaite

The former Madrid striker had just come on and came in first despite Frenkie de Jong slipping in with an attempted block. That was 2-1 and there was no going back.

Sergio Busquets admitted after the game: « There have been a lot of defeats so it’s worrying. « . It is true that there is still a long way to go, but we keep slipping.

« We reacted to the first goal and had the ball and the chances, but when it seemed we could score the next goal, which we conceded again through another mistake. ‘

Negredo smiled broadly at the final whistle. His old club Real Madrid can’t celebrate that title too much as they were also beaten by Cadiz earlier in the season.

It’s an incredible double for the newly promoted team who are now in the table above Barcelona.

Coming back to the games is difficult for Barcelona and they have to do it too often.

It was her 20-year-old right-back Sergino Dest who gave away an unnecessary corner five minutes later, and it was 21-year-old center-back Mingueza who seemed to slide his head in instead of away.

Barça’s young defenders have served them well since Pique and Sergio Roberto injured, but it was a major mistake by Mingueza.

The equalizer came in the 57. Minute when Lionel Messi clearly floundered on the edge of the field and sent Alba through. His cross was deflected by Pedro Alcala and past Jeremias Ledesma.

Far from taking the wind out of the sails of Cadiz, it spurred them on to regain the lead. The painful comedy of mistakes from Barcelona meant they didn’t have to work too hard for it.

The lively Dest shot past the Busquets pass after the second goal. Koeman brought Francisco Trincao, but there was no second comeback. He had already phoned the changes at halftime with Ousmane Dembele and Pedri for the unfortunate Mingueza and the ineffective Coutinho. They could not find a way past the yellow wall of Cadiz and were often threatened by counter attacks from Cadiz led by the inspired Alberto Perea.

Barcelona were the same in 57. Minute thanks to an own goal from Alcala, but still lost the game

Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong was very frustrated when his team suffered a 2-1 away win over Cadiz.

Antoine Griezmann also describes his disappointment: Barcelona lose for the fourth time in the league this season

In the end, Cadiz were deserved winners – Messi’s late free kick was belittled, sparking wild celebrations. Barcelona knew their last chance was gone.

You still have a 100 percent record in Europe. It’s a whole different story in La Liga – and it looks like they won’t be in Europe for the next season unless things change.

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