Ronald Koeman has grabbed FC Barcelona in addition to the win in group G of the Champions League.

The Catalans went painfully 0-3 against Juventus in Camp Nou on Tuesday.

Barcelona was still without a point loss after five matches in the group stage and could even have afforded a small defeat at home against Juventus, because the first game in Turin had ended in 0-2.

However, Barcelona did not manage to limit the damage.

After fifteen minutes Cristiano Ronaldo scored from the spot, after he himself was knocked out in the penalty area by Ronald Araúgo.

Barcelona, ​​with Frenkie de Jong in the starting line-up, got a second goal seven minutes later.

Weston McKennie scored on a pass from Juan Caudrado with a nice volley.

Juventus, where Matthijs de Ligt played the entire game, had no child on the home team even after the break.

Ronaldo quickly made it 0-3 with his second penalty of the evening, after which Barcelona was lucky that a goal by Leonardo Bonucci was disallowed for offside.

Juventus and FC Barcelona close the group stage with fifteen points, but based on mutual results, the team from Turin ends at the top.

Dynamo Kiev finishes third in the group after a 1-0 win over Ferencváros and is allowed to go to the Europa League.

For Koeman, the defeat means another setback in an extremely difficult first season.

The team has the worst start to the competition in 33 years and is only ninth in La Liga.