Barcelona manager Tata Martino is a quirky guy.
He said he wanted to celebrate Atletico Madrid midfielder Diego Ribas' outrageous long-range goal, per ESPN.co.uk.
Though, that isn't the most quizzical behaviour from Martino in Barca's 1-1 first-leg draw against Atleti.
What is the point of spending €57 million on Neymar, per Barcelona's official website, with the entire package estimated at around €86.2 million, per Reuters, only to play Neymar on the wrong side?
He is a left-sided player, not a right-sided player.
Unless Martino wants to play Neymar on the right wing for an extended period of time, presumably to complement Andres Iniesta on the left wing, there is no point in playing Neymar on the right side in such a big game.
In fairness to Martino, it was a gutsy decision, and Neymar was great on the right flank considering the circumstances, but how did his goal come about?
On the left wing with him creating an angle and curling a right-footed shot past Atleti goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.