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The 64 year old Japanese football manager thinks that everything go wrong with the PSG side at the Camp Nou, but he blame only one man after that match.
The 64 year old Vahid Halilhodzi the monumental defeat against Barcelona will haunt the club players for many years and also it will club reputation for many years.
In the first leg the French capital side won that match against the Barcelona squad by 4-0 at their home ground but in the second leg they concede 6 goals and from 88th minutes onwards they concede three goals.
After the match the former PSG coach said: “This defeat will not only leave a mark on PSG this season, it is a trauma that will not heal so easy and will haunt future PSG's generations,”
“They need to unite quickly, players, coaches and board – everyone must invest a big effort to keep focused on Ligue 1 title race.
“It is hard for me to understand what happened at Camp Nou. Maybe PSG were not prepared psychologically, maybe they were over-confident and maybe they feared a debacle. But believe me, there players will never forget this defeat!”
In the first leg they scored 4 goals against Barcelona side after that it seems like it will be never be outturned by Barcelona in their home soil but the Catalan giants prove everyone wrong and emerged as a winner from that match.
The former PSG man also thinks that poor referring cause them in that match.
He voiced: “In first leg I was shocked how poor Barcelona looked, I couldn't believe a team with such players, including Lionel Messi, the best in history, could play so badly,”
“Marco Verratti, Adrien Rabiot and Blaise Matuidi totally outplayed them in midfield and if Edinson Cavani, Angel Di Maria and Julian Draxler had been more accurate, it could have ended worse for Barca.
“But in the second leg Barcelona took a risk with three defenders, PSG were naive and we must mention the referees too.
“PSG shouldn't have lost so heavily, but it remains questionable whether the referee would awarded those two penalties to a smaller club. I don't think so – especially the one on Suarez, which came from situation that we see a million times in one match.
“There was also the Javier Mascherano situation, and even Gerard Pique could have been awarded a red card for a foul on Cavani. All the dubious decisions went Barcelona's way."