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The best memes, trolls, jokes after Barcelona’s humiliating 8-2 loss to Bayern Munich

first_imgBarca: we’ll win the UCLUEFA: beat Bayern firstBarca: pic.twitter.com/GeRoAVOUlD— 29.07 (@nineteen29_) August 15, 2020 Many others honed in on the reactions of Barca star Lionel Messi who got progressively frustrated as the match wore on, culminating in a look of devastation in the dressing room after the match. More from Citi Sports Some were even looking ahead to the semis where Bayern are set to take on either Man City or Lyon. Following last night’s nightmarish loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-finals, Barcelona fans might want to avoid social media for a while.The loss, Barca’s worst in a competitive fixture was the latest in a series of terrible performances in crucial UCL knockout matches in the last few seasons.Following their relinquishing of the La Liga crown to Real Madrid, fans were hoping for some European glory.Bayern Munich, the world’s most in-form team at the moment stood in their way.The match started equally enough with Barcelona quickly cancelling out Bayern’s early lead.What followed was a lesson in football taught to a team that regularly used to be the one doing the teaching.The 8-2 loss did not only knock Barca out of the Champions League, it also resulted in the club being subjected to its worst bout of trolling arguably in the club’s history.After the match, social media was awash with memes, tweets, pictures and videos mocking the side that once used to be Europe’s best.Bayern had already established themselves to be the tournament’s prime gunners, blowing top-tier teams like Tottenham and Chelsea away en route to the Catalans.Some joked that perhaps the Bavarians mistook Barcelona for another London side. Why you go cook food for Barca fan around 8 con dey serve am for 2 o wrong nau. 😂😂Sane| setien| GOAT| Chelsea| Countinho. pic.twitter.com/GCvCimanlT— O L U W A D A M I L A R E (@opa_dam) August 14, 2020 I feel sorry for De Jong. Kid came to Barça with the dream of playing with Messi, little did he know it was a nightmare playing with the rest.— De Ara Torres (@dearatorres) August 14, 2020Even some Bundesliga teams got in on the actOur last 4 games (360 minutes) against Bayern:Goals Scored: 5Goals Against: 8 https://t.co/e4lCyxRpjm— FC Augsburg (@FCA_World) August 14, 2020 RIP Barcelona pic.twitter.com/BrLhcPmviY— Goal (@goal) August 15, 2020 ASU Nyame! Bayern and friends yeda wa’ase ooooo pic.twitter.com/EiwYnUv7kT— Victor Atsu Tamakloe (@AtsuTamakloe) August 15, 2020 Rt to annoy Barcelona fans…. #GetALife 🙏 pic.twitter.com/NxCkqszufm— Afransi Sub Zero💯🔥 (@clementarthur21) August 15, 2020 You saw Manchester United and still decided to be a Barca fan. No wonder you’ve lost your appetite 🙄🙄— Red_fox (@Snr_Cweiku) August 15, 2020 Star striker, Luiz Suarez’s performance was a particular lowlight for Barcelona, despite his goal in the second half. The people still talking about Barca’s match are the kind of people who can’t let go of the past. Avoid them😌🙏— Nungua Cardi B💕 (@elly_serwaaa) August 15, 2020 You 8-2 hear this, but please check up on your Barca friends and ensure they all good, life isn’t that hard or is it? pic.twitter.com/PVj4XyvhJH— Joseph Friks (@JFriks) August 15, 2020 As seen in Ikeja today. Bayern Munich, are you happy now? pic.twitter.com/k6aYGBOHtW— Yomi Kazeem (@TheYomiKazeem) August 15, 2020 Barca is not a spanish club …it is a catalan club pls be guided in your arguments 😂😂…Council of Elders how dem no go score You 8-2 pic.twitter.com/EOQR2Y3Sxk— Twilight (@obiaabaeny3) August 15, 2020 Karma dealing with Barca’ barbaric transfer tactics pic.twitter.com/P9FWylPZE3— Kay–v–n (@kev_saf) August 15, 2020 Fans of Chelsea who had been thrashed 4-1 (7-1 on aggregate) by Bayern days earlier took solace in the fact that their aggregate score was accumulated in two games, unlike Barca who ate all their eight goals in just one. what barca lacked yesterday pic.twitter.com/dnGue2acnK— Hamza Zuberi//asta/pal/ayeshaa stan account (@hamzazuberi19) August 15, 2020 * Bayern fans sneezing today*Bayern fans : 8-2Barca fans: pic.twitter.com/8t0ORLtm8b— newman (@wwwbigblackhead) August 15, 2020 Chelsea lost 4-1 in 90 minutes, Barca are 4-1 down in 30 mins.Chelsea > Barcelona pic.twitter.com/0KUvd2gkPB— Liam (@_CFCLiam) August 14, 2020A number of people were just content to have some fun at the expense of the Catalans.Ronaldo after checking Livescores* pic.twitter.com/oXFHOpVPHz— Tekkz. 🔴 (@KwameTekkz) August 14, 2020last_img read more

Clippers strive for perspective amid recent slide

first_imgAddressing that might mean expanding the rotation, Rivers suggested before Thursday’s blowout, when all 12 Clippers who dressed played at least nine minutes.“I played a long time ago and I knew when I didn’t have energy, but it usually didn’t mean the next game I wouldn’t have energy,” Rivers said. “It means there were nights that I showed up (and) I tried to do everything I possibly could do to get ready and I came into the game and I just didn’t have it, unfortunately.“They’re human and sometimes it happens. You know this is a long stretch, so you see it over and over again. What they’re telling you is they’re tired and you probably have to just try and play a bigger rotation, which sometimes you don’t want to do, but sometimes you have to do it.” Clippers hope they can play to their capabilities, quell Mavericks’ momentum “You could see they had more intensity and energy than us,” Gallinari said after Thursday’s loss, in which the Spurs enjoyed a 14-2 advantage on fast-break points. “And if you don’t bring that in an NBA basketball game, it’s tough to win a game.” “The NBA is such a long marathon that the record that we have now doesn’t mean anything,” he said. “We’ve got to keep playing, keep winning games. We’ve still got a long way.”Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.Winning or losing, the Clippers have tried to remind themselves, and those asking, there are many miles to run in the 82-game NBA marathon.“You just gotta keep working on what we’ve been working on and get better at it … just keep going,” Rivers (who also played in 864 NBA games) told reporters after his team lost for the fifth time in seven games Tuesday. “I look at our record, I look at the schedule, I put things in perspective and I keep moving on.”The Clippers’ record has them tied for fourth in the Western Conference. Their schedule – they’re in the thick of a 17-game stretch without consecutive home dates, a span that started Nov. 15 and runs through Dec. 17 – “is what it is,” Rivers said recently.And there’s plenty of work to do, defensively, offensively, energetically. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error MISSING LOU, LUCOn Saturday, the Clippers will face the Oklahoma City Thunder, who have improved to 17-9 since losing their first four games.For the third consecutive game, the Clippers will be without star reserve Lou Williams, who injured his left hamstring on Monday against Phoenix. Rivers speculated earlier this week that Williams would miss at least two weeks.The Clippers also won’t have Luc Mbah a Moute, who has missed 24 consecutive games with a sore left knee.Related Articles The Clippers who know, know.“You’re going to have clunkers,” said Doc Rivers, after coaching his 1,498th NBA game, a 125-87 thumping Thursday at San Antonio, which dropped the Clippers to 17-11. “It’s a long season and you’ll never see me overreact. You just won’t. I’ve been in this too long.”On Tuesday, following a 123-99 loss to Toronto, Patrick Beverley – who has played 330 NBA games and another 53 professionally overseas – put it like this: “It’s a long season. … You play long enough the game teaches itself and it told us, as a unit, we can’t ease into games. That’s what we’re trying to do lately and we can’t do that. We’re not that good, not right now. But we can be.”Even back on Nov. 28, after the then-14-6 Clippers beat the Suns to extend their home winning streak to nine games, Danilo Gallinari (now with 508 NBA games and 89 EuroLeague affairs under his belt) sought to put the hot streak into perspective. Clippers vs. Mavericks Game 5 playoff updates from NBA beat reporters What the Clippers are saying the day after Luka Doncic’s game-winner tied series, 2-2 Kristaps Porzingis ruled out as Clippers, Mavericks set for Game 5; Follow for game updates For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory last_img read more