- Barcelona have been subjected to cyber-attacks after leaving Slavia Prague's dressing room in terrible shape
- The La Liga champions managed a narrow 2-1 victory over the Czech side with Peter Olayinka's own goal handing them a win
- The Catalans left remnants of bottles and disposables in their host's dressing room, sparking outrage on social media
Barcelona are far off their previous dominant performance since the beginning of Champions League, springing up series of mind-troubling questions over their competence to conquer Europe again.
After a laklustre outing that saw them struggle to share the spoil with Borussia Dortmond at Camp Nou in their first Champions League Group F encounter, the Catalans needed a miracle to tame resilient Inter Milan side in their next fixture.
Luiz Suarez's brace and Messi's magical touches were all needed to earn the narrow victory over the Italian giants.
It was the same old story of unimpressive performance as they narrowly escaped defeat to Czech side Slavia Prague.
Of course, Lionel Messi's three-minute opener and Peter Olayinka's late own goal were all required to earn Ernesto Valverde’s side the victory.
Hours after the encounter, a footage has surfaced online showing how Barcelona players left Slavia Prague's dressing room in terrible shape with bottles, tape, paper and countless other seen strewn across the floor.
Immediately, the viral video has initiated a conversations with comments slamming the Spanish giants for showing lack of respect.
They are told to emulate Japan for their highly impressive ""спасибо" (Russian for "thank you" gesture after being sent out of the 2018 World Cup by Belgium.
However, a section of football fans were rushed to defend Barcelona's action with a number of argument submitting that the Spanish giants never erred for leaving the dressing room in bad shape.
''Tell me one club that cleans the locker room after their away game?,'' a fan Khushal Jain commented.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Lionel Messi made a striking confession after revealing he does not want a life contract at Camp Nou despite his desire to remain at Barcelona.
The 32-year-old's future at the club remains uncertain when club President Josep Bartomeu revealed that their captain has a clause in his contract which enables him to leave at the end of the season.
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