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Written by admin on April 6, 2023
‘PAINFUL knockout’: Spanish press pile in on Barcelona’s heartbreak as the Catalan side wave a ‘hard goodbye’ to their treble hopes – after Real Madrid THRASH their bitter rivals 4-0 in the Copa del Rey semi-final
- Spanish media piled on the criticism after Barcelona’s 4-0 loss on Wednesday
- Xavi’s Catalan side were thrashed by bitter rivals Real Madrid at the Nou Camp
- Sport called it a ‘painful knockout’; Mundo Deportivo described a ‘hard goodbye’
Spanish newspapers continued the criticism of Barcelona after they were routed 4-0 by bitter rivals Real Madrid on Wednesday night.
The Catalan side were humbled in front of their own fans at the Nou Camp stadium.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side will face Osasuna in their first final in nine years, while the result saw Barca wave a ‘hard goodbye’ to their treble hopes.
And the national press wasted no time in piling the criticism onto the hosts for their shocking collapse.
Barcelona were knocked out of the Copa del Rey semi-final after a 4-0 loss against Real Madrid
Spanish papers were quick to pile on the criticism as they waved a ‘hard goodbye’ to the treble
And national newspaper Sport described Barca’s ‘painful knockout’ at the hands of their rivals
Mundo Deportivo bemoaned their tough exit, adding they crashed out ‘with a bang’ and collapsed after the first goal conceded.
While Sport described a ‘painful knockout’ for Xavi and Co.
They added that while Barcelona started well, defensive errors cost them dearly.
Marca’s front page screamed ‘What a dance!’, with L’Esportiu calling it a ‘blow’ and noting their ‘disconcerting second half’ led them to be ‘forcefully subdued’.
Super sport insisted Barca would be embarrassed by their performance, saying their showing would make them ‘blush’.
El Mundo described how Real ‘feasted’ on the carcass of Barcelona’s defence, with El Periodico criticising Xavi’s ‘broken’ team.
And Ara concluded by insisting the hosts were ‘humiliated’ on their own patch by their opponents.
Next up, Barcelona host Girona on Monday, while Los Blancos entertain Villarreal on Saturday.