Press comments on Bayern’s victory: “Bayern maltreats Barça at Camp Nou”

Great Britain:

The Guardian: “It wasn’t eight (goals), not this time, but it was great. Two goals from Robert Lewandowski and one from Thomas Müller completed a 3-0 win, which was more about the overwhelming superiority of the guests than the numbers. “


La Gazzetta dello Sport: “Bavaria is mistreating Barça at Camp Nou (…). A comfortable 3-0 Bayern with two goals from Lewandowski. (…) The ghost of this humiliating 2: 8, with which the Germans destroyed the Blaugrana, does not appear again. But the group’s first game confirms that there is currently a rift between the two teams. “


As: “An image of inability. A FC Bayern (…) takes care of a Barcelona that is incapable of even provoking. “

El País: “The Blaugrana ensemble is no longer capable. The Barça team, very tame and lacking resistance, crashes again, beaten by an enormously superior FC Bayern at Camp Nou. “

El Mundo: “Barcelona buries its greatness. This Ronald Koeman Barcelona is light years away both from Bavaria, once again the hangman, and from the other teams of the European bourgeoisie. (…) The ball no longer serves him (the Barcelona club), just running after him (…) and praying that the goals conceded don’t pile up. “

Sport: “The sad truth. Barca played like a small team that exposed their weaknesses against a very superior Bayern. Barca cannot compete in the Champions League with this team. The game was lost before it even started. “

Marca: “Poor Barca. Barcelona were totally inferior to Bayern. Ronald Koeman’s team finished the game with a kindergarten. Bayern rolled over FC Barcelona again. More is not possible – and the difference is still enormous. There weren’t eight goals like 13 months ago, but Bayern were once again very superior in all aspects. The German midfield ate up Barca. “

Often a step too late: The players of FC Barcelona.

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Kronen Zeitung: “Lewa is dancing! Sabitzer’s Bayern dismantle Demir’s Barca. (…) Barcelona looked comparatively conservative after the departure of club icon Lionel Messi. The Catalans achieved very little up front, Bayern did not have to go to their utmost in any phase of the game, the class difference between the two teams was obvious. “


Blick: “Bayern are knocking Barça out of their own stadium. (…) 13 months ago Bayern beat Barcelona away in the Champions League with 8-2. (…) A 0: 3 is not a 2: 8. But the Catalans are far from taking revenge. Again beating from Bayern. You can feel sorry for Barça and their fans. “

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