LALIGA

Lamentable scenes as angry mob surround Koeman's car upon Camp Nou exit

Hundreds of angry FC Barcelona fans surrounded the Dutch coach's car as he left Camp Nou following the 1-2 defeat to Real Madrid.

CRUYFFISMO / Javier Miguel

Real Madrid beat Barcelona 2-1 in the first Clasico of the season in front of 86,422 fans at the Camp Nou on Sunday after a sensational strike from defender David Alaba and a late goal from Lucas Vazquez gave Carlo Ancelotti's side three points.

The home side got a goal back in the 97th minute when Sergino Dest crossed to the Aguero in the six-yard box and the Argentine tapped in for his first goal in a Barcelona shirt.

But it proved to be a consolation goal as Real moved provisionally top of LaLiga with 20 points, while Barcelona are five points behind in eighth place.

Following the game, the Dutch coach was subjected to a barrage of abuse as he exited Camp Nou in his car. The scenes later caused the club to post a message on their Twitter account vociferously condemning the scenes.

"FC Barcelona publicly condemns the violent and disdainful acts that our manager experienced when leaving the Camp Nou. The Club will take security and disciplinary measures so that such unfortunate events do not happen again."