AN ANGRY mob of Barcelona supporters targeted under-pressure boss Ronald Koeman as he left the Nou Camp following defeat in the El Clasico.
David Alaba silenced the 86,000 crowd on Sunday when he fired Real Madrid ahead at the home of their great rivals.
Lucas Vazquez doubled Los Blancos’ lead before Sergio Aguero grabbed a consolation for Barca at the death in the 2-1 setback.
That crushing loss left the Catalans way down in ninth spot in the LaLiga standings as the disdain towards their Dutch coach continues to grow.
And tensions boiled over afterwards as Koeman, 58, attempted to leave the ground in his car.
A clip posted online showed the Barva manager was met by a large group of furious supporters, who quickly spotted him and surrounded his vehicle.
A number of them began banging on the bonnet of his Audi and insulting him as he tried to force his way through the crowd.
Fuming Barcelona fans intensified their calls for Koeman to go after the record-equalling third El Clasico defeat in a row.
The former Everton chief said after the latest setback: “I am disappointed with the result but the team tried until the last second.
“We didn’t create many clear opportunities. It was an even match but in the end the small details proved key.
“It is difficult to find positives from losing at home to Madrid, but I liked the attitude of the players and the fans.
“There is another game on Wednesday, the season is very long so we will keep fighting.”
Barca are next in action in three days’ time when they travel to Rayo Vallecano for LaLiga action.
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