Manchester United have crashed out of the UEFA Champions League thanks to a Lionel Messi masterclass in the first-half and a Philippe Coutinho stunner in the second, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men were outclassed by Barcelona at the Nou Camp.

Despite the brilliance of Barcelona, United started the game brightly, with Marcus Rashford thumping the ball onto the bar inside the first minute. 

Shortly after, Scott McTominay was put through by Rashford, but his lack of control squandered the chance.

Then after, Barcelona ran riot. Messi’s magic burst into Blaugrana bedlam with two quickfire goals, and each time the Argentine got the ball from there on out, as United looked lost while Phil Jones and Chris Smalling struggled with each step.

The Red Devils are now out of the Champions League and fighting for their lives with regards to the top-four, meaning Solskjaer’s men must now put all their eggs in one basket and fight until the end in the Premier League.

Here are four things we learned from the defeat at the Nou Camp.