Dybala mocked Barça boss Koeman after Lenglet gave away penalty
Koeman clashed with the Juventus bench as Barcelona lost 3-0 at Camp Nou
Tuesday's game between Barcelona and Juventus, which allowed the Italians to qualify for the last 16 of the Champions League as group winners, featured a curious scene between the two benches after the second penalty was awarded to Juve.
After Clement Lenglet was penalised for a handball, the Juve substitutes were not just happy with VAR leading to a penalty, they also wanted a second yellow card for the defender. That did not go down well with Barça coach Ronald Koeman.
The Dutchman got angry with their protests, which he thought were out of place, and clashed with the Juve bench. Television images showed Paulo Dybala mocking him with the backing of his teammatrs.
At the end of the coming together, Koeman returned to his technical area to see Cristiano Ronaldo score his second of the game and make it 3-0 to Juve.
Speaking after the match, the Barça coach said: "They were asking for cards, asking for a card for Lenglet. That's not clean, to ask for cards. That's not part of my football philosophy."
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