Barcelona is living a "historic night of horror" in Lisbon ... and is facing an eight-game defeat by Bayern


Today, the Barcelona team suffered a humiliating defeat at the hands of Bayern Munich, the most prominent candidates for the Champions League title, after losing 8-2 to the stadium "Da Luz" (Stadium of Light), in the Portuguese capital Lisbon, which hosts the mini-tournament competitions until the end of the rounds. Disqualification, starting in the quarter-finals.

During the quarter-final match, the Bayern players played with Barcelona defending however they wanted, as they pressed hard from the first moment, to be able to score the first goal by Thomas Muller, who took advantage of Darbaka in Barcelona's defense, so surprised the goalkeeper with a deceptive shot in the 4th minute. The seventh minute, and following a surprise attack by Barcelona, ​​Bayern Munich defender Alaba accidentally scored in his own net after trying to disperse a ball from Barcelona's right-back Jordi Alba.

After that, the Bayern attack began with full force, to score two goals, by Ivan Perisic through a powerful sideways shot in the 21st minute, and then the young Serge Gnabry brilliantly added the fourth goal in a perfect way in the 72nd minute.

In the second half, Barcelona returned in the score through Luis Suarez, who took advantage of a moment of neglect in the Bayern defense, scoring Barcelona's second goal with a shot to the left of goalkeeper Manuel Neuer.

In the 63rd minute, young Canadian full back Alfonso Davis manipulated Barcelona defender Semedo, slipped and entered the penalty area, and passed a ball on a golden plate to his colleague Kimmich, who added the fifth goal in a shocking scene for Barcelona, ​​who sat watching the Bayern players, as they scored one goal after the other.

In another ball, the Barcelona player, currently on loan to Bayern, the Brazilian Coutinho, manipulated Barcelona's defense, and passed the sixth goal ball to Lewandowski, who completed it with his head in the net of Ter Stien.

And it was clear during the match that Barcelona star Lionel Messi was absent from any event, who seemed distracted throughout the match. In the 84th minute, Coutinho himself added the seventh goal and completed the play of humiliation for Barcelona. Coutinho himself increased the eighth goal in the 88th minute.

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