Barcelona suffered humiliation in historical proportions on Tuesday against Paris Saint-Germain in the French capital. It was a 4-0 defeat that exposed the Catalan giants like we've not seen in a long, long time, and it raised immense doubts over the real quality of this team and its manager.
Luis Enrique led the Blaugrana to major success in his first two seasons in charge, but the current campaign has not been the best in terms of performances and results, and the horrible loss in Paris caused many to question whether or not Enrique should stay as Barça manager, and if it's best to rebuild the squad and bring in better players.
This could easily be an overreaction to a bad loss, and Barça have an opportunity to prove for the rest of the season that the PSG match was just an outlier that does not reflect the true colors of the world's best club.
Lionel Messi and Co. hope to show the world what this squad is made of, and Sunday's La Liga match against Leganés will be the first chance to pick up a strong victory and begin rebuilding a team hurt by disappointment in France. You should not miss today's game. You really should not.
Date/Time: Sunday, February 19, 2017, 8:45PM local time (CET), 7:45PM BST (UK), 2:45PM EST, 11:45AM PST (USA), 1:15AM IST (India, Monday)
Venue: Camp Nou, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Referee: Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva
Television: beIN SPORTS (USA, Canada), SuperSport 5, 12 (Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa), Sony ESPN SD, HD (India), Sky Sports 3 (UK), beIN SPORTS 2 (Indonesia), beIN SPORTS 1 (Australia)
Online streaming: beIN SPORTS CONNECT (USA, Canada), FuboTV (USA & Canada, 7-day free trial + monthly subscription, sign up here and get special discount for Barca Blaugranes readers)
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