'Should be jailed' – Barcelona fans stunned as Clement Lenglet gives away penalty just SECONDS after coming on

'Should be jailed' – Barcelona fans stunned as Clement Lenglet gives away penalty just SECONDS after coming on

BARCELONA fans were left stunned as Clement Lenglet gave away a penalty 72 seconds after being subbed on.

Newcastle are set to pursue the French defender in the summer as they bolstered their squad for next season.


The 26-year-old was introduced by boss Xavi in the 80th minute against Levante on Sunday.

But within 90 seconds, in Levante's first attack since the substitution, Lenglet made the crucial mistake.

Dani Gomez was running away on the edge of the box, he was tripped by Lenglet.

The attacker went down and Levante were awarded their THIRD penalty of the second half.

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The Valencia-based team scored but had missed one earlier.

And they were left devastated when Luuk de Jong scored a 92nd minute winner, as they fight for their La Liga survival, .

And the victory didn't stop Barcelona fans going mad at their guilty centre-back on social media.

One user said: "Lenglet should be jailed! First touch, na penalty."

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Another said: "It took Lenglet one minute to give away a penalty."

And one quipped: "Xavi's substitutions against Levante yesterday…

"Pedri. Goal.

"Gavi. Assist.

"Lenglet. Gave away a penalty.

"Luuk. Winning Goal."

Meanwhile, Barcelona welcome Eintract Frankfurt to the Nou Camp on Thursday in the Europa League quarter-final second leg.

The Bundesliga team gave the Catalan giants an an awkward evening in Germany as they drew 1-1 in the first encounter of the tie.

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