Lewandowski suffered against Militao and finished the Clásico frustrated


Bitter end, dull and forgotten by FC Barcelona during their visit to the Santiago Bernabéu. As Xavi Hernández said, it’s time for the Barcelona team to come out of their delay and recover the sending of the good feelings, which did not exist against Real Madrid. The abutments were very dense, predictable and half gassy. It did not help the seguidilla of errors that end in goals.

Barça was without a cover and part of the “responsibility” had it Robert Lewandowski who was totally disconnected in front of the presence of the central madridistas, in particular of an Éder Militão who did not let him breathe and who was still in him all over the field. Madrid understood that if it neutralized to the best resource of the butts, it was going to be a master key. The idea did not fail him to Carlo Ancelotti.

Lewandowski’s party was frustrating. Without objections and very conditioned by the defensive labeling of the central Brazilian, which carries several parties being the anchor of the Madrid of ‘Carletto’. It was his most bitter afternoon since arriving at Barca, alongside that of Inter in Giuseppe Meazza. He, like few, was keen to be decisive, but went utterly indifferent to the opportunity that presented itself and the controversies inside the zone.

The actions of ‘Lewy’

After the 1-0 from Real Madrid, Barça managed to overcome the lines and merodear the area of ​​​​Lunin. In fact, in the equator of the first part were very close to the tie, with a very clear occasion that Lewandowski couldn’t finish well: Raphinha put a cross in the box and the Pole, alone in the second stick, finished above the crossbar.

In the final stretch of the second part, andn the 75 ‘triggered the controversy after a fall of Lewandowski in the area. The ‘2’ madridista put on the body to defend it and end up in a flat, but Sánchez Martínez (and the VAR) said there was none at all. This action caused annoyance in the culé image… Until the point that Joan Laporta went down to the referees’ locker room to ask for an explanation.


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