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Roma vs Barcelona: Owen blames Messi, Suarez for Champions League exit

FC Barcelona head coach Ernesto Valverde takes blame for shock UEFA Champions League exit Roma vs Barcelona: Owen blames Messi, Suarez for Champions League exit
Montrelle Montesinos | 16 Abril, 2018, 14:03

Researchers who installed a seismometer near the Nou Camp found that Barca scoring causes earthquakes when fans celebrate.

What made I Giallorossi's victory even more notable was the fact that the Blaugrana, famed for their 'tiki-taka', were forced into playing a direct style of football, as the desperation to break down the Serie A side became evident as the game progressed in the second-half.

It is the work of Jordi Díaz and colleagues at the Institute of Earth Sciences Jaume Almera in Catalonia's capital.

Rakitic is still an integral member of Ernesto Valverde's squad having started 27 La Liga games so far this term but rumours are circling that all is not well.

"We weren't in the right positions and in the end, they got the result".

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"The spectrogram shows time versus frequency; the colours are for energy", Dr Díaz explained. And against Sevilla a fortnight ago, Barca trailed 2-0 in the 87th minute before Suarez and then Messi, as a substitute, engineered a dramatic late escape.

Maestro Messi is the mover-in-chief, with 493 goals for the La Liga giants.

But perhaps that was part of the problem.

Now scientists have proved the Barcelona legend can literally do at least one of those two things.

"Without a doubt it's a painful defeat, we have ended up getting knocked out but we have to keep going".

"There's no other remedy than to weather the storm and get through the next few days, which are bound to be tough, and focus on winning what's left because we still haven't won anything", added Valverde.

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