Barcelona made it 3 wins out of 3 in the Champions League, narrowly beating Dynamo Kyiv by 2 goals to 1 at the Camp Nou on Wednesday evening. Koeman’s side started the game in rampant fashion, but only got one goal for their efforts, and soon let Dynamo into the game. By the end of the second half, Barcelona had won the game, but looked very poor out there, and gave Dynamo some great chances to score. This was yet another sloppy performance from Barcelona, and Koeman’s side were ultimately saved by the heroics of Marc-André ter Stegen in goal.
Koeman will once more be questioning his side’s ability in front of goal, as we missed a number of key chances and failed to put Dynamo to the sword. But the main worry will be in Barcelona’s defence, which got absolutely run over by Dynamo for large parts of the game, and the Catalans were fortunate to only concede 1 goal.
It’s a performance that leaves massive question marks looming over Ronald Koeman’s side, and with Real Betis and Atlético Madrid coming up in La Liga, Barcelona will be under big pressure to improve their performances, and get some much needed points in La Liga.