'When you suffer as much as we did it's hard to stand out in attack'
- Bruno Genesio, Lyon's boss appears to be still shocked following a 5-1 at the hands of Barcelona
- Nabil Fekir, one of Lyon's standout performers failed to make any impression
- Yet the Lyon boss attributes this to poor connection between the lines
Barca destroyed Lyon 5-1 on Wednesday to get through to the quarter-finals of the Champions Leauge. Lionel Messi (2), Coutinho, Gerard Pique and Ousmane Dembele scored for the Catalans while Lucas Tousart is the sole goal-scorer for his team. Barca experienced a period of unnecessary tension and anxiety after Lyon's goal until Messi was able to restore his team's two-goal lead and secure the win.
Nabil Fekir, one of the most trusted and reliable players of the Ligue 1 side, meanwhile, has had another of nondescript performances and was an all-around flop - yet understandably so, as per Bruno Genesio:
"It's not that he played badly," he explained.
"But when you suffer as much as we did it's hard to stand out in attack.
"You can't find players between the lines.
"He was a bit better in the second half, as the team was."