Published: Sat, November 09, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Barca held 0-0 by Slavia Prague in Camp Nou

Barca held 0-0 by Slavia Prague in Camp Nou

They say that Netherlands boss Ronald Koeman is the number one candidate to take over right now, although there are at least four other - unspecified - names on their shortlist.

According to Kolar, several Barcelona players including Lionel Messi, just walked off the pitch and did not acknowledge the travelling Slavia Prague players, despite the big occasion for some of the team's stars.

Arturo Vidal did get the ball into the Slavia net, but the goal was ruled out for offside from Leo Messi, who was also unlucky to see the ball bounce back off the woodwork.

Barcelona failed to score for the first time in 46 home games as they were held to a draw by Slavia Prague.

In other group game, Borussia Dortmund produced a stunning come back; from two goals down, to beat Inter Milan 3-2 at the Signal Iduna Park. "I know the fans want more, we understand that, but we're working hard to find the solutions".

Barça was lucky to get away with a win, which was not the case on Saturday with a disastrous 3-1 loss against Levante that almost cost them first place in La Liga.

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"Neither that one nor today's".

"We are not playing the best game, but both in League like in Champions We are in a good situation".

Central defense Gerard Piqué spoke at the end of the game that the Barcelona tie at home to him Prague Slavia and made self-criticism in Movistar + microphones.

Jordi Alba was replaced at half-time because of a hamstring injury and Valverde said the full-back will have tests to reveal the extent of the issue. I think we are in a good position.

The Blaugrana played out a goalless draw against the Czech giants in the Champions League this week, in a match that saw further pressure heaped on manager Ernesto Valverde.

"We'll try and sort things out, to improve, but it's time for a cold-blooded, calm-headed analysis. Barcelona had scored against every team here this season".

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