September 29, 2022

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Spanish newspapers talk about a "nightmare", see an "unacceptable" exclusion in the European League and a decree: "Barcelona is back to hell"

Spanish newspapers talk about a “nightmare”, see an “unacceptable” exclusion in the European League and a decree: “Barcelona is back to hell”

Barcelona lost 3-2 to Eintracht Frankfurt, Thursday (14), bye European League.


The sports press in Spain was upset before Barcelona lost 3-2 to Eintracht Frankfurtthis Thursday (14), at the Camp Nou, which resulted in the elimination of The Blaugrana Wednesday European League.

The traditional defender of the Catalan national team sports And he talked about a “nightmare” after Barcelona fell in the European Championship, which was the great hope for winning the title this season.

“Barcelona bid farewell to Europe in a night of nightmares,” he wrote.

Already a diary Sports Worldwho is closely associated with culé painting, could not hide his disappointment at the defeat of the Germans.

“It was a huge disappointment against Eintracht Frankfurt,” he wrote.

In Madrid, a daily newspaper Brand The “unacceptable” Catalan judiciary testified on Thursday.

He stressed that “the dream is over. Barcelona now needs a miracle to win the title this season.”

Also from the Spanish capital, the newspaper at He was provocative and claimed that “Barcelona is back in hell” after falling at the Camp Nou stadium.

The car also highlighted the “invasion” of German fans, who filled the visiting sector and even bought 20,000 tickets in the Barcelona fan sector.

“Barcelona played at home, but it felt like a stranger at home. They fell 3-2, but the result compensated for a failure that transcends sports. The image of the stadium was shameful,” he said.

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With this Thursday’s result, Eintracht advances to the semi-finals in European League And now he faces West Ham.

Barcelona dust off and focus on the rest the leagueThe club’s only remaining competition for this season.