Reactions following Barcelona's 3-0 defeat to Bayern Munich have been mixed. It should be noted that Xavi and his squad were relegated to the UEFA Europa League after placing third in Group E of the UEFA Champions League.
After Barcelona's defeat to Bayern Munich at Allianz Arena, defender Clement Lenglet was seen smiling with Robert Lewandowski after the game. However, I'll explain why the French defender was incorrect to openly laugh with Lewandowski after the loss. Examine it out!
1. Barcelona Just Got Relegated To The Europa League For The First Time In 17 Years, And Fans Are Not Happy About It.
As things are, many Barcelona supporters are disappointed that the club will compete in the Europa League. It is a step backward for a squad like Barcelona. As previously said, Barcelona last competed in the Europa League 17 years ago. As a result, Lenglet was wrong to chuckle in public when many supporters are still in pain.
2. The Way Barcelona Got Relegated To The Europa League Was Embarrassing.
Second, the team's exit from the UEFA Champions League was very disheartening. Barcelona just scored two goals in the group stage and surrendered nine. It is worth noting that data show that Barcelona is on the decrease. As a result, Lenglet was incorrect to openly laugh with a member of the squad that had just eliminated Barcelona from the Champions League.
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