Luis Suarez tears into Barcelona 'schoolboys' after remarkable defeat to Liverpool

Distraught Busquets apologises after Barca stunned at Anfield

"Despite being good friends, I hope both are devastated when the game finishes because we are through and they are out".

"Liverpool have been smarter than us, they were faster".

Liverpool trailed 3-0 going into the second-leg, however a remarkable 4-0 victory over the Catalan giants saw Jurgen Klopp's side book their place in the final.

"I do not know how it's going to affect me".

The defeat inflicted on Barcelona away from home effectively ended their Champions League dreams, bowing out of the competition on a 3-4 goal aggregate.

Suarez had already infuriated a majority of Liverpool fans last week when he celebrated after scoring Barcelona's first goal. Their fourth goal? We looked like a youth team there.

Underneath they describe it as the "blackest page" in the history of Barca after they were 'eliminated from the Champions League in an unforgivable way at Anfield'.

"We are very sad, hurt, we are human beings, we feel the pain, the frustration, we have to do self-criticism, put our chest for the bullets of what is coming now", he continued. I do not know if it's a matter of attitude, but we're in Barcelona, we can not concede two quick goals. "We didn't manage to get on the scoresheet and they rolled us over really", Valverde said. "The fourth is a goal by kids", he fulminated.

Nonetheless, the forward was relentlessly abused during the game by Liverpool fans, who booed him mercilessly and chanted "cheat" and "f**k off Suarez" throughout.

"The boss used the same tactics as in the first leg and he tried to do the same thing here".

It was another awful night for Philippe Coutinho who moved to Barcelona in search of European glory and now has to watch his former team mates play in the Champions League final for the second time since he left Liverpool less than 18 months ago. "I think we had the chance to score the goal that we needed, but it wasn't to be", the midfielder said.



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