Barcelona has condemned the “violent and despicable deeds” perpetrated against head coach Ronald Koeman as he attempted to leave Camp Nou after Real Madrid’s El Clasico defeat on Sunday afternoon.
Following Madrid’s 2-1 victory, Koeman became the first Barcelona manager in 81 years to lose his first three El Clasicos.
Following the game, the Dutchman’s automobile was targeted as he attempted to leave the stadium, with a number of fans surrounding his vehicle in a display of displeasure.
Barcelona has condemned the incident and stated that “security and disciplinary measures” will be taken to ensure that it does not happen again.
“FC Barcelona firmly condemns the violent and despicable conduct perpetrated against our manager when he left the Camp Nou. “The club will take security and disciplinary steps to ensure that such sad incidents do not occur again,” the statement added.
Barcelona, who have already lost three of their past five matches in all competitions, will go to Rayo Vallecano on Wednesday night hoping to get back on track.