Five things to know from what happened in the world of sport last week. August 11-17, 2020.

Golejada. Barcelona suffered their biggest loss margin at UEFA Champions League by being obliterated 2-8 by Bayern München (GER), which might mark the end of an era for the team. An ashamed Piqué said “I will be the first to step aside” if need be (As).  Lyon defeated Manchester City, RB Leipzig defeated Atlético Madrid, and Paris Saint-Germain defeated Atalanta. Bayern’s Chairman, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, was surprised with their level head after the win (Goal)

Blind goodbye. Daniel Comier (USA) announced his retirement following his loss in the third fight against Stipe Miocic (USA) who -replays show- poked his eye in the third round, meaning Comier could not see in the later part of the fight, he said (BusinesInsider). Comier has a torn cornea, the same problem Miocic endured in their second fight after Comier poked his eye (Essentiallysports).  Miocic retained his UFC Heavyweight title.  Watch the highlights (CBS Sports)

Perfect Hamilton. Lewis Hamilton (ENG, Mercedes-Benz) extended his lead in the F1 Drivers’ Championship after running a seemingly perfect race at a very hot Spanish Grand Prix that demanded a lot from the tyres and made drivers go at a slower pace than usual. Hamilton finished ahead of Bottas (FIN, Mercedes-Benz) and Verstappen (NET, Red Bull). Hamilton was so in the zone that he didn’t notice the race had ended (RaceFans)

No need to show up. Beitske Visser (NET) did not need to show up in the final race of the W Series, which was held virtually this year, in order to win the Championship. She missed the last round to fly to a real-car race, but Marta García (ESP) could not mathematically catch her even by winning, which she did twice in the Silverstone finale. The W Series CEO talks about 2021 (Formula Scout)

Rogue Koreans. Lee Byeong Yeol (KOR), also known as “Rogue”, won the Global Starcraft League Season 2 by defeating Kim Stats Dae Yeob (KOR), who had beat him in the Group Stage. Only Korean players made it to the playoffs, which started with quarterfinals. Meanwhile, the War Chest Team League (also run on SC2) was won by “Benny and the Boys”, formed by an all-Korean team of Jun TY Tae Yang, Joo “Zest” Sung Wook,  Park “DongRaeGu” Soo Ho and Nam “Hurricane” Ki Woong. The other finalists, War Pigs, also included two Korean