Barcelona The ongoing crisis worsened when they drew 0-0 from Cadiz in La Liga, extended their winning streak to three games and put pressure on manager Ronald Koeman.

Barcelona were forced to hold on after midfielder Frenkie de Jong was sent off for a yellow-red card in the 65th minute. Koeman was also sent off for complaining to the referee in the final minutes.

The draw left Barcelona seventh in the league and seven points behind Real Madrid, who beat Mallorca 6-1 yesterday, albeit with one game in hand.

“We need to be more united than ever,” said Barcelona’s Sergi Roberto. “The fans, the squad, the coach, the president. … We must be united to overcome this situation. We are not experiencing a good moment, but I am convinced that we will master it. “

Cádiz almost scored the goal with an Álvaro Negredo shot from distance 46 minutes into the match, forcing Marc-André ter Stegen to make a difficult save. One of Barcelona’s best chances was a low shot from Memphis Depay, which was stopped a few minutes later by Cadiz goalkeeper Jeremías Ledesma – one.

De Jong was sent off after sliding in to steal the ball from an opponent. With an additional man, Cádiz had the most chances in the end, but could not use them.

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Earned Tammy Abraham’s goal in the first half Roma a 1-0 win over Udinese Fourth in Serie A, but Lorenzo Pellegrini was sent off and will now miss the capital derby against Lazio.

England international Abraham crossed the finish line from close range after 36 minutes thanks to a fabulous assist by 19-year-old Riccardo Calafiori, who ran half the length of the field, defeated his marker and sent a nice cross.

“I knew there was a lot of pressure when I come in, but I love the fans, the staff, they make me feel like family from day one and I have to pay them back,” Abraham told DAZN . “I came here to win, I love to win, the guys look at me, I have to give them confidence and hopefully we’ll keep getting results.”

Tammy Abraham made an excellent start with José Mourinho at Roma. Photo: Alberto Lingria / Reuters

Roma suffered a result after suffering their first defeat under José Mourinho against Hellas Verona at the weekend. They started energetically as Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Nicolò Zaniolo both hit the post before Abraham gave the hosts the lead with his third goal since joining from Chelsea.

But Roma suffered a severe blow in the final minutes when captain Pellegrini received a second yellow card for a high elbow.

Roma have 12 points, three behind leaders Napleswho contributed to a 4-0 win. impressed Sampdoria. Victor Osimhen scored two goals as the guests continued their perfect start to the season.

Sampdoria was seen as a potential obstacle for Napoli, but Luciano Spalletti’s side controlled the game from the start as they were two points ahead of Internazionale and AC Milan at the top of Serie A.

Osimhen started with a Lorenzo Insigne cross at the far post before Hiving Lozano and Insigne set up second for Fabián Ruiz from the edge of the Napoli penalty area.

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It took Osimhen just one touch to deflect a Lozano cross from the center of the box, and Lozano set up the pitch when Piotr Zielinski pounded in another for Napoli.

Ciro Immobile converted an added-time penalty to deserve Lazio a 1-1 tie at Turin.

A header from Mark Pjaca put Torino ahead in the 76th minute, but Immobile saved Lazio a late point after hitting a penalty.