Barcelona striker, Luis Suarez, has called on his team-mates to accept responsibility, for their 4-0 hammering against Liverpool on Tuesday night.
Suarez, who received a hostile reception from the Anfield crowd after his first-half antics, was left scratching his head after his side were dumped out of the Champions League 4-3 on aggregate.
After the game, the Uruguay international questioned the attitude of their side, when speaking to Spanish reporters after the game.
"I think we have to do a lot of self-criticisms, we are adults, we have many years in this category.
"We must reproach ourselves for things that we have done wrong, like thinking that everything was liquidated.
"We should not blame the coach, we are the players who play.
"I do not know if it's a matter of attitude, but we're in Barcelona, we can not get two goals in a row.
"The fourth is a goal by kids," Suarez said.