- Barcelona vs Bayern Munich's Champions League game ended 8-2 in favor of the German side
- Thomas Mueller and Coutinho scored brace each in this quarterfinal encounter
- This is the biggest defeat for Barcelona in the Champions League
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German champions Bayern Munich on Friday night, August 14, qualified for the semifinal of the 2019/20 Champions League after beating Spanish side Barcelona 8-2.
It was a tough game for Barcelona and even their fans who never thought their players would concede such goals against Bayern Munich.
Bayern Munich started the encounter impressively and scored their first goal in the 4th minute through Thomas Mueller who got a brilliant assist from Robert Lewandowski.
David Alaba netted an goal in the 7th minute after his failure to pull out Jordi Alba's powerful cross to restore parity for Barcelona.
Ivan Perisic then scored the second goal for Bayern Munich after receiving great pass from Serge Gnabry who then netted the third goal eight minutes later.
Thomas Mueller got his brace in the 31st minute as he benefited from an assist by Joshua Kimmich to give Bayern Munich incredible lead.
Luis Suarez scored Barcelona's second goal in the 57th minute after receiving great pass from Jordi Alba, but Bayern Munich responded with another goal six minutes later through Joshua Kimmich.
Robert Lewandowski made it six for Bayern Munich in the 82nd minute before Philippe Coutinho netted a brace against his former club to make it 8-2.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Spanish side Barcelona have reportedly completed the signing of Cameroonian midfielder Franck Angong and the 18-year-old will start his career with the Catalans' youth side.
Barcelona failed to retain their Spanish La Liga title for the 2019/20 season losing the crown to Real Madrid, and the club's chiefs have been planning to bolster their squad for next season.
According to the report on Express UK citing Spanish newspaper Sport, Franck Angong has already started training with his teammates at Barcelona second team.
Angong adds some much-needed physicality to Barcelona midfield.
He tends to play as the defensive role and will rotate with Alex Rico who is expected to be first-choice next season.
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