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'Terminate His Contract' - Clement Lenglet Pictured Smiling With Robert Lewandowski, Barca Fans Want Him Out

Nasir Jabbar

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'Terminate His Contract' - Clement Lenglet Pictured Smiling With Robert Lewandowski, Barca Fans Want Him Out

Featured Image Credit: PA

Clement Lenglet smiling and laughing with Robert Lewandowski following Barcelona's crushing defeat to Bayern Munich has NOT gone down well.

Barca crashed out of the Champions League after losing to Bayern 3-0 on Wednesday.

They finished in third place, behind Benfica who beat Dynamo Kiev 2-0 to secure their spot in the next round of the competition.

The writing was on the wall for the fallen European giants as the German champions went two-up before the break.

Thomas Muller opened the scoring in the 34th minute, with Leroy Sane doubling his side's advantage in the 42nd minute.

Jamal Musiala added a third in the second-half, with Lewandowski failing to get on the score-sheet.

The Polish striker not scoring appeared to make Lenglet happy, with the French defender pictured joking alongside him following their loss.

Image: PA
Image: PA

Though it hasn't been received well on social media, with some fans questioning Lenglet's mentality.

One tweeted: "Smiling after being knocked out in group stage ? Rip his contract up tomorrow, let him walk for free. F**k outta here."

A second wrote: "Just been knocked out the champions league and you're laughing with your opponent like that."

A third added: "I'd like to see Roy Keane's reaction to this image."

A fourth added: "Lost, conceded 3 & smiling sheepishly."

Barca boss Xavi was angry with his players after they failed to qualify for the Champions League last-16.

Speaking after the game, he said: "We didn't compete. I told the players that today was a new beginning, a turning point, that we couldn't afford to be in the Europa League.

"Barca don't deserve this. I don't like this reality that we're living. I am angry because this is now our reality, and it p***es me off.

"But we have to accept it, take it on, we've no other option.

"We have to change many things. We have to start from zero and work very hard to get Barca back to where we belong, which is not the Europa League."

Topics: Clément Lenglet, Football, Robert Lewandowski, Barcelona, Champions League

Nasir Jabbar
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