Philippe Coutinho insisted he was ‘happy’ after compounding Barcelona’s humiliation by scoring twice and recording an assist in Bayern Munich’s thrashing of his parent club.
The Brazilian is the Catalan giants’ record signing but has spent the year on loan at the Bundesliga champions.
The 28-year-old came off the bench with fifteen minutes remaining but still assisted Robert Lewandowski before adding two strikes himself with five and one minute to go respectively as Bayern ran out 8-2 winners in Lisbon.
And speaking after the game, Coutinho showed no mercy for his parent club after their worst defeat since 1940.
‘It was an important match between two of the best clubs of the world ‘, he said before and assuring that he leaves ‘happy’ as Bayern reached the semi-finals of the Champions League.