" We looked like school boys," says Luis Suarez after Barcelona crumbles again

LIVERPOOL: Barcelona Forward Luis Suarez Said His Teammates As Children Defended For The Fourth Goal They Had Admitted In A 4-0 Defeat Of 4 On Tuesday In Liverpool, Causing Together They Came From The Champions League 4-3.

Liverpool Forward Divock Original Got The Decisive Goal That Completed A Remarkable Turnaround From Juergen Klopp's Side, Netting A Low Pass From Trent Alexander-Arnold After The Defender Flummoxed The Visitors By Taking A Quick Corner.

" For Their Fourth Goal We Looked Like Schoolboys, We Are Ready For All The Criticism That Is Going To Rain Down On Us Now," Suarez Told Reporters After A Miserable Return To His Former Club, Where He Spent Three Years Before Joining Barca .

" We Are Very Sad, We Are In A Lot Of Pain, We Feel This Pain Even Though We Are Professionals."

Spanish Champions Barca Were The Only Unbeaten Side Left In The Competition But Found Themselves Overwhelmed By Liverpool, Sinking To A Second Straight Shocking Champions League Exit After Last Season's 3-0 Defeat At AS Roma In The Last Eight.

The Catalans Won The First Leg Of That Tie 4-1 And Uruguay International The 32-year-old Suarez Admonished His Team For Letting A Huge Lead Slip Away From Them Once Again.

" We Have A Lot Of Self-criticism Because This Is The Second Time That The Same Thing Happened To Us. Suarez Added.

" They (Liverpool) Did What They Wanted To Do, Which Was Early To Score. They Believed From The First Minute To The Last."

Barca Trainer Ernesto Valverde Deployed The Same Starting Line-up Anfield As He Had Played In The First Leg - Just As He Had Done In The Fateful Second Leg To Roma.

But Suarez Insisted The Coach, Who Has Led Barca To Two Successive La Liga Titles And Tasks Themed To The Copa Del Rey Final, Should Not Face Criticism For Another European Meltdown.

" We Are The Ones That Played The Game," Suarez Said.

" The Boss Used The Same Tactics As In The First Leg And Tried The Same Thing Here.

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