During his team’s 1-0 victory over San Mames on Sunday, Barcelona manager Xavi Hernandez said he was saddened by the hostility from Athletic Bilbao fans toward his team.
In the first half, Raphinha scored the game-winning goal to reclaim their nine-point lead at the top of LaLiga.
However, Athletic supporters protested during the game due to claims that the Catalan club obtained favoritism from referees.
During the first half, the home crowd chanted for Xavi’s team to be relegated “to the second division,” throwing money with the words “mafia $” and the Barca badge onto the field.
“Seeing it was sad. [ I don’t think it’s good for society that [Barca] are being judged early.
Xavi stated after the game, “Everyone is free to [air their opinion], and I respect all opinions, whether I agree with them or not, but it made me sad.”
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