- Barcelona fans are angry at Ronald Koeman for laughing after a 4-1 defeat to PSG
- The Dutchman caught up with his former player after the game and was cheeky about the meeting
- But the supporters felt insulted after seeing their coach wore such a beautiful smile after an embarrassing defeat
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Barcelona suffered another embarrassing defeat in the Champions League after losing 4-1 to Paris Saint Germain at Camp Nou.
It was a Kylian Mbappe show on the night as the Frenchman scored three of the four goals that put his side at advantage of reaching the quarterfinal.
The result now means that Ronald Koeman's men must score at least four un-replied goals to advance to the next stage.
But, in spite of the disappointing result on home soil, the Dutch manager was spotted laughing at full time after exchanging pleasantries with former Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye.
The sight of his care-free disposition after the match was annoying to the fans who expressed their displeasure towards their manager.
Barcelona grabbed the lead in the 27th minute through a spot-kick by Lionel Messi but Mbappe needed just five minutes to respond in kind and restore parity for his side.
The Frenchman scored two more goals in the second half while Moise Kean also got on the scores sheet as Koeman's men are almost certain to be out of the competition.
It was yet another Champions League embarrassment for Barcelona after they lost 8-2 on aggregate to Bayern Munich last season, and blew a 3-0 first-leg lead against Liverpool the year before that.
Still, at least Koeman saw the funny side.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand is the latest to shower praises on Paris Saint Germain forward Kylian Mbappe after his impressive display against Barcelona at Camp Nou.
The Frenchman scored a hat-trick against the Catalans in the first leg of their Champions League rounds of 16 meeting earlier this week - giving his side an advantage ahead of the second leg.
Despite conceding an early goal, the World Cup winner responded almost immediately to cancel-out Lionel Messi's spot-kick in the 32nd minute.