Slavia Prague stunned Barcelona last night by claiming a 0-0 draw in Camp Nou in the Group F of the Champions League.
A big part and the man of the match in the shocking result was Slavia’s goalkeeper, Ondrej Kolar.
To highlight the importance of this draw – Barcelona won 30 out of their last 34 matches at Camp Nou in the Champions League.
Adding to it, the last time they were unable to score at home in the Champions League was 2013.
However, Kolar was all but impressed with the behavior of Barcelona’s stars after the match.
“We were all looking forward to meeting these big players, we wanted to swap jerseys after the match, but they didn’t behave very well.”
Slavia Prague playing it out from the back against Barcelona.
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Kolar did single Ter Stegen out for his sportsmanship, adding:
“He [Ter Stegen] was waiting for me inside the tunnel,” Kolar said.
“He stopped me and said he hadn’t seen such a good goalkeeping performance for a long time and that it was a pleasure to watch me play well with my feet.”