Barcelona supervisor, Ronald Koeman, has insisted he was disrespected by the fourth official, after being despatched off as they misplaced 2-1 to Granada on Thursday.
Lionel Messi gave Barca an early lead at Camp Nou, however targets from Darwin Marchis and Jorge Molina after the break denied Koeman’s aspect the prospect to overhaul Atletico Madrid on the prime of the desk.
Koeman’s frustrations boiled over late on, when he was despatched to the stands by referee Pablo Gonzalez Fuertes, following a confrontation with the fourth official.
Fuerte’s match report stated he dismissed the Dutchman for saying “What a personality” to his assistant following repeated warnings about his behaviour.
Koeman stated after the sport: “In response to the report I disrespected the fourth official.
“I don’t perceive as a result of I didn’t insult him in any respect. If something, the best way he spoke to me was disrespectful.
“I spoke to him about varied incidents however all the time respectfully. I’d prefer to know what phrases I supposedly used as a result of I didn’t say something ugly. It’s unbelievable. But when the fourth official needs to be the centre of consideration…”
Pending an enchantment, Koeman won’t be on the bench for Barca’s subsequent two video games in opposition to Valencia and Atletico Madrid.