David Faitelson criticized Sergiño Dest for Madrid's second goal against BarcelonaThe classic of Spain had one of the jewels of football in the USA, but it didn't go well at all
For 94 minutes the world of football was paralyzed around a game: Real Madrid vs. Barcelona. In one of the most vibrant closings of LaLiga, both teams are in the fight with Atlético Madrid for the title and a North American, Sergiño Dest, didn't have a good time in the classic. David Faitelson, one of his critics.
At just 20 years old, Dest earned his position as the starting right-back for Barcelona, but in the classic on Saturday April 10 against Real Madrid he didn't perform well. Sergiño received criticism because they accuse him of being one of those responsible for the second Merengue goal and ended up being substituted at half-time.
Did Ronald Koeman charge Sergiño Dest for the alleged mistake? Only the Barcelona dressing room will know, but what is certain is that Faitelson, an ESPN commentator, did not forgive that in Toni Kroos' goal the side turned when the German kicked the free kick.
"The second goal for Madrid is from Kroos, but it was generated between Vinicius, Dest and the referee...", David Faitelson tweeted, charging Sergiño with some responsibility. And the criticisms weren't going to stop there... In the Movistar + broadcast, Carlos Martínez and Álvaro Benito also hit the side of the USA team hard.
"It isn't acceptable to see something like this in elite football", were the criticisms in the broadcast of Movistar + for the action of Sergiño Dest in which he ended up turning his back when Toni Kroos fired the free kick that was the second goal of the victory of Real Madrid over Barcelona.