The La Liga club suffered their heaviest ever loss in Europe and their worst result since 1946 as Bayern ran riot in Lisbon to totally outclass their opponents.

Big changes are expected to be made at the Catalan club over the coming weeks, with Setien likely to be sacked imminently and a number of ageing players potentially moving on before next season.

L'Equipe did not hold back in their assessment of Barcelona's showing, and gave Setien the lowest possible mark of 1.

L'Equipe gave a brutal assessment of Barcelona's performance

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Five players were handed a 2, with defenders Nelson Semedo and Gerard Pique and midfielders Sergio Busquets, Frenkie de Jong and Arturo Vidal given the dubious honour.

Luis Suarez was the highest rated Barcelona player, largely due to his fine goal in the second half, but the Uruguayan forward still only received a 4.

For Bayern, meanwhile, Thomas Muller was the highest-scored player, with a ranking of 9, while their coach Hansi Flick also got 9.

After the game Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu appeared to suggest Setien would be dismissed in the coming days, while he also suggested there would be further changes within the club.

Barcelona were hopeless in their embarrassing defeat

"Today was a disaster and now we will make decisions," he said. Some of them we have already thought about. I won't say what they are. Some have been made and others haven't.

"Now is a time to reflect. From tomorrow, we'll try to lift the spirits of the Barca fans and next week, we'll make decisions."

When asked about Setien, he simply replied: "I prefer not to say the decisions today."