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By Mike Parrott
French magazine L'Equipe released their famous ratings for the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals against Bayern Munich vs Barcelona.
Barcelona were knocked out in incredible fashion by Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals by a score of 8-2.
With goals from Thomas Muller, Ivan Perisic, Serge Gnabry, Joshua Kimmich, Robert Lewandowski, and Philippe Coutinho for Bayern Munich, the Bavarian team absolutely dominated in Barcelona with the Catalans suffering their heaviest loss in club history.
Many Barcelona players were at fault with their defence especially putting in a terrible performance against Bayern and were easily cut apart over and over again.
French magazine L'Equipe released their ratings for the game with their performances being scrutinised extremely by the magazine.
Five Barcelona players ended with 2/10 ratings with Gerard Pique, Nelson Semedo, Sergio Busquets, Frenkie De Jong, and Arturo Vidal receiving the terrible rating.
Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Clement Lenglet, Jordi Alba, Sergi Roberto and Lionel Messi all receive a 3/10, while Luis Suarez was Barca's best player, with a rating of four.
Thomas Muller received the highest rating performance with a nine.
Lionel Messi was only able to accumulate a three after his inability to score or assist against Bayern Munich, and being effectively pocketed by Alphonso Davies.
Davies only received an eight after his great defensive play against Messi as well as his remarkable assist to create Kimmich's goal.
The Canadian went on to beat four Barcelona players before laying it off calmly to the German midfielder.
"He's just turned Nelson Semedo inside out! An experienced right-back... Whoops!"- Football on BT Sport #Club2020 (@btsportfootball) August 14, 2020
Wow, Alphonso Davies is just so difficult to stop :fire:
A magnificent assist from Bayern's rising star at left-back :raised_hands:#Club2020 pic.twitter.com/NCbOrOyaJS
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