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Bercelona Sacks Coach After Bayern Munich Beat Them 8:2

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Barcelona has sacked their current coach, Quique Setien, after a terrible 8:2 loss to Bayern Munich on Friday, the 15th of august.

Fabrizio Romano, who is a verified sport writer has confirmed it on Twitter. According the his post which read,

“Barcelona have already decided to sack Quique Setién after the terrible defeat against Bayern Münich. He’ll not be the manager on next season”, Romano wrote on Twitter.

See screenshot of the tweet below by Romano and SPORF.

After a not too Laliga season and a terrible disquafication which ended with two goals by Philippe Coutinho, who is on loan from Barcelona to Bayern Munich.

Muller scored the first goal almost immediately the match started, assisted by R. Lewandowski. In the 7th minuite, Alaba made a defensive mistake and scored an own goal. Beyern weren't discouraged by the own goal and went for more goals. Perisic scored the second goal in the 22nd minute, followed by another goal from S. Gnabry in the 27th minute and finally with another wonderful goal from Muller.

When the second half began, Barcelona went for goal as Suarez scored in the 54 minute assisted by Jordi Alba. As if those goals weren't enough, Bayern went for 5 more goals.

Bellow is the stats of the match.

The match was nothing to write home about as Bayern piped Barcelona making today Bercelona's second worst defeat after Real Madrid's 11:1 win.

Fans and trolls has come out yo react about Barcelona's loss and the news of Barcelona's decision to sack Quique Setien.

Bellow are screen shots of what fans and people are saying.

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