Apart from the request for imprisonment, the public prosecutor’s office claims the prohibition of the accused from approaching the victim, along with six more years of probation and 10,000 euros of compensation for these events. The trial was due to take place next week, but it is likely to be postponed due to the coronavirus crisis. Sources of the club, which appears in the accusation as subsidiary civilian responsible, made it very clear to The newspaper what the accused, when the facts became known, was dismissed.The truth is that the club employee was a person of some renown in Barcelona’s medical services: He spent more than three decades working in different professional sections, even exercising for seven years in the first soccer team. Hence, the seriousness of the crime and the accusations were surprising in their day within the Catalan entity, which dispensed with the services of its employee, also seeking the maximum discretion of all parties. The Newspaper of Catalonia unveiled in today’s edition some very serious events that occurred in December 2016 at the Camp Nou and that the protagonist was a physical therapist who at that time worked in Barcelona. As revealed by the Catalan newspaper, said club employee, Jaume J.LL., He allegedly “libidinously and without any curative purpose” attended a club employee, who required her services for a neck contracture. The prosecution, which asks for seven years in prison for the accused, highlights that the physiotherapist, diverted his massages from the cervical area to the hip, to go “little by little” to the woman’s genitals. Subsequently, the professional, “maintaining his lubricious spirit, he felt her breasts and took her nipples”, as stated in the prosecutor’s brief. The woman left the consultation “extremely affected” for the lived episode, concludes the prosecution, which clearly remarks that these events are constitutive of sexual abuse crime.
Mohamed Salah’s brace was followed by goals from Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, who also struck twice to leave Liverpool five up by the 68th minute.Liverpool let their guard down in the closing stages and Roma netted twice to give themselves a slender chance of a second-leg escape act in Italy.But Klopp admitted he couldn’t have hoped for a more dynamic display from his team.“It was the perfect performance for pretty much 80 minutes. We made defensively one mistake, then their penalty is not a penalty but that is the situation and now it is 5-2,” he said.“Of course we would have been more happy with 5-0 or 5-1 but 5-2 is a fantastic result. We go there and try again.“It is absolutely better than I thought before the game.”Following Klopp’s game-plan, Liverpool exploited Roma’s creaky defence as Salah and Mane ran them ragged with their pace and movement.“We had all these runs behind, it changed the game completely and they couldn’t cope with that. We scored these goals and could have scored more,” Klopp said.“That is all positive, at this moment it doesn’t feel all positive because they scored these two goals but tomorrow I will see the really good part of the game.”Aside from Roma’s late double, the only problem for Klopp on a memorable evening was the injury to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain that saw him carried off in the first half.“Oxlade-Chamberlain is probably a really bad injury,” Klopp said.“That is bad news for us. The squad doesn’t get bigger at the moment so we need to be creative in the next few games.”Although Liverpool fans will be dreaming of a final showdown with Real Madrid or Bayern Munich, their players are well aware Roma staged a stunning fightback to eliminate Barcelona in the quarter-finals.The Italians lost the first leg 4-1, but won 3-0 in Rome to go through on away goals.Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson admitted there was frustration at letting Roma back into it and he warned his team-mates not to let down their guard in the return leg.“It felt as though we were in full control but we basically gave them two goals, you can’t do that in the Champions League,” he said.“At the same time we played well, we will go there with a three-goal advantage.“Overall we have got to stay positive. We knew it would not be easy here, we know it will not be easy there.“It will be a challenge but one we will look forward to and one we will hopefully finish them off.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Jurgen Klopp (R) applauds the Liverpool fans along with James Milner after Tuesday’s UEFA Champions League semi-final first leg win over Roma © AFP / Oli SCARFFLIVERPOOL, United Kingdom, Apr 25 – Jurgen Klopp saluted Liverpool’s “fantastic” 5-2 demolition of Roma on Tuesday as the Reds manager soaked up a Champions League semi-final first leg goal spree that was beyond his expectations.Klopp’s side are within touching distance of the final after crushing Roma at Anfield.