Valencia’s coach Jose Bordalas said Barcelona’s unseemly penalty late in the first half is a game-changing point. That saw the team lose 3-1 on the day. last week According to Marca
Bordalas conceived Barcelona’s penalty at the end of the first half was out of sight as Jose Luis Caia reached the ball before touching Ansu Fati, but Jesus Kiel Manzano blew it up. It is a penalty before Memphis Depay gave Barca a 2-1 lead and won 3-1 in the end with a late Philippe Coutinho goal.
‘Penalties are decide because the game is very close and it’s not a penalty either,’ Bordalas said.
‘I watched it after the game, on the pitch, Gaya told me he had a clear touch on the ball and we checked it.
‘It’s decisive play and I don’t understand why VAR exists if it’s a penalty.
‘We didn’t understand at all and obviously. We are very upset,’ say the bat trainer.
“I have been able to see it after the game. On the pitch, Gaya told me that he had clearly touched the ball and we were able to check it.
“It has been a deciding play and I don’t understand in any way why VAR exists if it’s a penalty.
“We can’t understand it at all, and we are obviously outraged.”