Barcelona receives another bad news

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With a 3-0 victory, the Bavarians took the top spot in Group C. Barcelona receives another bad news

FC_Barcelona – #Bayern_Munich – Played on 10/26/ 2022

Bayern Munich defeated Barcelona 3-0 on Wednesday, continuing their current domination

against the Blaugrana.


After their elimination from the Champions League as a result of Inter’s sizable victory

against Viktoria Plzen earlier in the day, Xavi’s team entered the game with little more to

play for than pride.


The host team was no match for Bayern, who entered the match with an aggregate

advantage of 19-4 since their last victory over Barcelona and already assured to be

demoted to the Europa League.


After just ten minutes, Bayern scored as Serge Gnabry found Sadio Mane hiding behind

Hector Bellerin.


The attacker advanced into the penalty area while moving the ball to his right, then chipped

an approaching Marc-Andre ter Stegen.

Through a quick counterattack in the 31st minute, they increased their lead by two goals.


Once more, it was Gnabry who made the play, bursting through the middle and unleashing

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting to the right.

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The striker continued his recent goal-scoring trend with a flawless low finish.


When a penalty awarded for a foul on Robert Lewandowski just before the break,

Barcelona thought they had been given a lifeline. However, after VAR,

the judgment was overturned.


After the restart, Gnabry had a third goal disallowed for offside, but Benjamin Pavard made

up for it by scoring the game’s last goal from a corner.

Barcelona eliminated from the Champions League group stage for the second

consecutive season with no shots on goal at the game’s conclusion, which sums up their

disappointment.

Barcelona receives another bad news

Barcelona coach Xavi said that Inter’s action practically rendered Bayern’s match against Barcelona meaningless.
Xavi claimed, “Today we didn’t compete, we didn’t reach their level.” They were excellent, significantly better, and more intense. The elimination before to the game undoubtedly had an impact on our mental state. Absolutely, it did.

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