Barcelona concluded the match week 33 of the 2020/2021 La Liga season when they faced Granada, as they looked to top the La Liga table for the first time this season with the Catalan side only 2 points behind table toppers Atletico Madrid.
Barcelona started the game so positively as they attacked the defense of Granada with intent, and this push paid off when Messi opened the scores for the team, this made Barcelona to temporarily lead the Spanish League till the 63rd minute when Darwin equalized, and they returned to second, and as the game progressed Granada scored again to beat Barcelona for the first time in Camp Nuo.
After the match many fans have blamed head coach Ronald Koeman who was sent off during the match for the loss, as they blamed the coach for his team selection, and the real focus was on the selection of Sergi Roberto ahead of Sergino Dest, this made many fans to speak up and speak bitterly against the coach.
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