Paris Saint-Germain 4-0 FC Barcelona: A mountain left to climb | FC Barcelona
In 23 games against FC Barcelona, coach Unai Emery only had one win. Now he has two. And it’s a win that cannot be begrudged. His Paris Saint Germain side was simply the best on the day, and a 4-0 win in Tuesday’s Champions League first leg puts the French club on very good course for a place in the quarter finals.
Post game reactions: Coach and players lament loss, vow to focus on return leg at Camp Nou | FC Barcelona
On a night when little went Barça's way, it was no surprise that the team's captain, Andrés Iniesta, was on the front lines after the game, trying to make sense of what went wrong, while also attempting to assuage the biggest fears of Barça fans everywhere. "It's difficult to explain," he said. "This is a competition with no margin for error."
Paris St-Germain 4-0 Barcelona: How papers reacted to Champions League shock | Sky Sports
"Barca fell in Paris without valour and without excuses. It was a tumultuous fall, from the first to the last minute, and the worst part of the shipwreck was that, more than an accident, it manifested itself as an intense reflection of many problems...that had already been shown throughout the season.
Champions League Video Highlights: Paris Saint-Germain vs FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona have a mountain to climb ahead of the second leg of their last 16 Champions League tie against Paris Saint-Germain after a 4-0 defeat in the Parc des Princes in the first leg. Goals from Di María (2), Draxler and Cavani give Unai Emery's side the advantage and necessitate a big comeback for the blaugranes on 8 March at Camp Nou.
Luis Enrique on the brink of Barcelona exit following PSG thrashing | Goal
"I am the only one responsible." That is what Barcelona boss Luis Enrique told Jordi Grau, a journalist with Catalan station TV3, in the flash interview on Tuesday night after he was handed the worst defeat of his reign at the Catalan club.
Xavi's heir: Verratti is the man to make Barcelona's midfield great again | Goal
Marco Verratti to Barcelona is a move that seems destined to happen at some stage. The Paris Saint-Germain midfielder once again spoke of his high regard for the Catalan club this week and has been touted by some as the ideal successor for Xavi. Praise indeed.
The FC Barcelona Infantil B side win Laureus Award ‘Best Sporting Moment of the Year’ | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona have been one of the leading figures at the Laureus World Sports Awards. The blaugranes were represented by the U14B team who claimed a prize in the in the category ‘Best Sporting Moment of the Year.’ Their gesture, consoling their opponents after the final in the World Challenge Cup in Japan, was one that was seen around the world.
Josep Maria Bartomeu visits UNESCO branch | FC Barcelona
The president visited the premises and met for just over an hour with the Assistant Director-General for Social and Human Sciences Nada Al-Nashif, Assistant Director-General for External Relations and Public Information Eric Falt, and Alexander Schischlik, Chief of Youth and Sport Section.