A Dream For Barcelona FC

BARCELONA AGAINST PSG: WHO SURVIVES TO THE NEXT ROUND OF THE UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE.

It’s no story that Barcelona FC were seen drowning against the French giants Paris Saint German.

The team slept and slumbered on the pitch as two of Angel Di Maria’s goals and one from Julian Draxler and Edison Cavani respectively swept past the defence of the Spanish giant team.

So would Barcelona still move ahead to qualify after this great humiliation?  PSG have never lost their last 16 ties in the Champions League and it looks like that record will continue. Barca has a mission impossible. It may well be the end of an era for a number of the Barca stalwarts as they look set to fall before the quarter finals for the first time in 10 years. PSG have been knocking on the door in recent seasons but have consistently come up short against one of the super powers late in the competition. This could well be a watershed moment.Luis Enrique was visibly agitated with a reporter following Barcelona’s 4-0 humiliation against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie, but admitted his team were clearly inferior in defeat.

The Barcelona Manager insist there is light at the end of the tunnel, he insisted ‘’it’s definitely going to be a tough comeback why not dream, dreams come true’’.  For the majority the Spanish giant are asked to comeback for the next Champions League campaign as they are seen exiting the premises that leads to the next round of this present competition…

Let’s know your take on this crucial football matter.

WOULD BARCELONA FC QUALIFY FOR THE NEXT ROUND OF THE UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE COMPETITION?

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