Ronald Koeman’s team were rolled over by Bayern Munich 3-0 but worse than the result was the performance. They defended deep, they were swamped in midfield and posed almost no threat in attack.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
It was a distinctly Europa League performance from Barcelona and playing this way that might be where they end up in a difficult group that includes Benfica and Dynamo Kiev.
Bayern Munich claimed another comfortable win at Barcelona with a 3-0 victory on Tuesday
Robert Lewandowski scored two second-half goals to take his goal tally to 10 already
A 'Koeman' Out banner emerged at the Camp Nou on a bad night for manager Ronald (above)
It’s hard not to have some sympathy for Koeman. Barça lost 8-2 to Bayern two years ago and since then they have allowed Luis Suarez, Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann to leave. He has a far weaker squad than his predecessors and last night he had to turn to 17-year-old Gavi and 18-year-old Yusuf Demir after Bayern’s second goal went in.
But Barcelona supporters have to blame someone and the way