Barcelona on Saturday, January 25, suffered their fourth defeat this season in the La Liga after been beating 2-0 by Valencia in a tough encounter.
The defeat against Valencia was Quique Setien's first loss as Barcelona manager since he took over from Valverde as Lionel Messi and his teammates failed to impress.
And after the loss against Valencia in a Spanish La Liga game, Liverpool fans stormed the social media to troll the Catalan giants.
Liverpool fans claimed on social media that Barcelona have not recovered from the 4-0 defeat they suffered at Anfield in the Champions League semifinal second leg clash.
Truly, Barcelona never thought they would be beaten by Liverpool in the Champions League semifinal second leg clash at Anfield considering how they won the first leg 3-0.
But Jurgen Klopp's men produced one of the stunning comebacks in football history winning 4-0 in front of their fans in which Lionel Messi, Suarez and others failed to shine.
Lionel Messi was kept out of the game by defender Virgil Van Dijk and goalkeeper Alisson who prevented the Argentine from finding the back of the net.
Liverpool however made it to the final of the 2018/19 Champions League where they defeated Tottenham to win the trophy.
Although, the Catalan giants went to win the Spanish La Liga title, but their season ended with a shocking defeat against Valencia in the final of the Copa del Rey.
And since then, Barcelona have not really been good even though they are currently topping the Spanish La Liga standings this season.
They have gotten 43 points out of possible 63 and they are presently occupying second position on the table with three points behind rivals Real Madrid.
This season, Barcelona were defeated by Atletico Madrid in the Spanish Super Cup semifinal which forced the club to sack manager Ernesto Valverde.
Their latest defeat against Valencia has now made Liverpool fans to react.
“We have to apologize for the second half of the match at Liverpool.
"Not because of the result, but because of how it looked and that we didn't compete. It was one of the worst experiences in my career,'' Messi told BBC on defeat against Liverpool.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Quique Setien questioned his players' mentality after Barcelona suffered an embarrassing 2-1 La Liga defeat to Valencia on Saturday, January 25 which was the first loss for the new manager.
Barcelona were the favourites to win the game after a beautiful start but Maxi Gomez's second-half brace was the magic needed to condemn La Blaugrana to their fourth defeat in La Liga.
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