Marco van Basten doesnt have a good word left for Getafes game. The kick team of trainer José Bardalás held Atlético Madrid at 0-0 this weekend, but did so in its own way.
The competition was not very nice to see and the deep red card that Allan Nyom received was still the low point. “Things like this are common to the team,” says Van Basten during Rondo at Ziggo Sport. “Last year this was also the case against Ajax twice. They constantly go on hard.”
The former top striker of Ajax and AC Milan loses the viewing pleasure when watching games from Getafe. “The matches in the Spanish competition are therefore really not fun to see. In English football, for example, there is constant action and it happens fair. Theres fighting in a masculine way. I know what to look at.”
🚑 Getafe turned it into another kick show against Atlético. At @marcovanbasten there was a bell ring.It is a rift (…) In English football there is more action, in a masculine way. I know what to look at.” #RONDO #ZiggoSport pic.twitter.com/T3pxInfdov
— Ziggo Sport Football (@ZS_Voetbal) March 14, 2021
During the match, commentator Sierd de Vos made himself unavailable several times not to be a fan of Getafe. In the preview, he called José Bordalás, the trainer of Los Azulones, a “jerk of a trainer.