Carlo Ancelotti and Ronald Koeman showed sincere cordiality and solidarity both before and after the Sunday Clasico.
V real Madrid and Barcelona The coaches were seen exchanging words after the final whistle and it was clear that the Italian was maintaining his opposite number. Koeman go through tough times at the Camp Nou this season due to the poor performance and performance of the Catalans.
AncelottiCelebrating the final whistle was nothing more than a clenched fist before swiftly heading into Koeman offer a word of support.
“It’s hard work, we have to keep going,” he told the Dutchman, showing genuine sympathy. Koeman answered with a smile.
Ancelotti He respected his post-match words to the press, pointing out that Blaugrana played well themselves, despite the fact that they ended the day with nothing to show their work.
“I am happy to win El Clásico because this is the most important match”, Ancelotti said after the game. “They [Barcelona] played well too.
“It was not an easy game, so winning it makes us very happy.”