The best jokes from Barcelona 2-8 Bayern Munich, Champions League quarter-final

Philippe Coutinho, on loan from the losing team, netted a seventh and eighth after coming on as a sub.

On-loan Philippe Coutinho's goals caused many of the tweets and jokes from Barcelona 2-8 Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-final
(Image: YouTube/BT Sport)

Bayern Munich demolished Barcelona 8-2 in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, a huge result that sent the Spanish champions crashing out of the competition.

A one-sided goalfest saw Bayern lead 4-1 by half-time with the only response being an own goal from David Alaba at the Estádio da Luz in Lisbon on Friday night.


Barcelona have now been eliminated in the quarter-finals of the Champions League four times in the past five seasons as their opponents continued a 19-game winning streak in this virus-hit season.

These were the best tweets and jokes from Barcelona 2-8 Bayern Munich:

That was for my grandad you bastards @FCBarcelona pic.twitter.com/2Cvg6jyTD0

— ‘ (@vintageredss) August 14, 2020



I feel sorry for De Jong. Kid came to Barça with the dream of playing with Messi, little did he know it was a nightmare playing with the rest.

— De Ara Torres (@dearatorres) August 14, 2020



Barcelona if Coutinho returns to them next season pic.twitter.com/Iu6o5IGlIS

— ЦАР (@KurichRuslan) August 15, 2020

The Barca we expected vs what we saw#FCBFCB pic.twitter.com/6FdTT8quLW

— Man Tonai (O.D.) (@DrTONYAGBATOR) August 14, 2020


When you ask for her number and she goes : 082…

Barca fans : pic.twitter.com/ab9N4RZib3

— Satan (@yashveen_xyz) August 14, 2020



Coutinho witnessing Barca’s funeral pic.twitter.com/UgoMtCKn3I

— ‎ً (@TheImmortalKop) August 14, 2020


Barça paid €75m for this Frenkie de Jong guy because he dribbled past Vinicius and Modric.

— Xav Salazar (@XavsFutbol) August 14, 2020

Barca after the 4th goal pic.twitter.com/lb2AOYFTIb

— Masi (@CFCMasi) August 14, 2020

Barca knowing they have another half to play with bayern#FCBFCB #BarcaBayern pic.twitter.com/kPjLTd8Ioc

— ÅMŸ✨ (@Ame_lia4) August 14, 2020

Bayern really treated Barca like it was a standard Bundesliga game at home to Duisburg LOOOOOOL

— Иван (@ivan_i94) August 14, 2020


Barca: It all started when Alaba scored an own goal and started laughing pic.twitter.com/DUFzCfK97U

— Wonderful (@WonderTweets__) August 14, 2020

Karl – Heinz Rummenigge to Philippe Coutinho in 2018 :

Barcelona will buy you for €160mn in Jan 2018 . You will get frequently injured & play your absolute worst there making it the worst transfer of all time . Then , Barca will loan you to us . Not Sell , But loan . pic.twitter.com/1rH7XmdZbW

— Karthik (@karthik2102000) August 14, 2020

Barca combined two legs into one game.


— kenna (@kennagq) August 14, 2020


Barca has never been the same after "Corner taken quickly"

— Zahir Deen (@get2zahir) August 14, 2020


Coutinho after winning the Champions League with Bayern but realising he has to go back to this Barca team next season pic.twitter.com/36LyREXr1P

— Footy Humour (@FootyHumour) August 14, 2020


Barca fans seeing they lost 8-2 but remembering they still played the Johan Cruyff way pic.twitter.com/koYYbS7qjA

— J (@JamelLeurs) August 14, 2020


Barca fans waiting for Messi to lead a comeback in the second half. #FCBFCB pic.twitter.com/h4xD0WnUJu

— Zerubabbel #BBNaija (@litskinayo) August 14, 2020

Barca should sign this Coutinho kid, he looks good #BARBAY

— ⚽️442oons⚽️ (@442oons) August 14, 2020



“I’ve spent 16 wonderful years with Barcelona and I can’t trade the love I have for this team with anything. I 8-2 say this but I hereby retire from club football.” #FCBFCB #BarcaBayern
Yours Truly,
Lionel Messi. pic.twitter.com/jeN1NO4HPA

— Consultz (@consultxyz) August 14, 2020

Stubborn Barca denies Bayern 9th goal! #BarcelonaBayern pic.twitter.com/bmDNKGRn1D

— uDubeweTsholotsho (@michaelhoneyD) August 14, 2020

"Bayern Munich had scored seven goals against mighty Barcelona, the Barcelona of Messi and Busquets and Piqué and Suárez … It was unthinkable, unfathomable, unbearable. It was as low as they could fall.

And then Bayern Munich scored an eighth." https://t.co/QNuwQmwgRZ

— Andrew Nusca (@editorialiste) August 14, 2020