BARCELONA left their Slavia Prague changing room in a right Messi state.
Lionel Messi and Co have come in for huge criticism for failing to tidy up.
Plastic bottles and tactic sheets were strewn all over the floor after their 2-1 Champions League victory.
Bottles were labelled for specific players including Messi and Antoine Griezmann, but most were left full or half-empty.
Tactics sheets with players’ names on were left for Prague staff to clear up.
There was also discarded food littered on tables.
The dressing room was a shambles and meant Prague staff spent hours in a clean-up operation.
Barca left flip-up charts pointing out key tactics along with the rubbish, with screwed-up bits of paper all over the room.
The showers were also in a mess afterwards, making hard work for the cleaning team.
Barca nearly made a hash of it in the match as well.
Lionel Messi broke a record when he opened the scoring.
But Prague stunned the Catalan giants when Jan Boril equalised following some poor defending.
But Luis Suarez’s cross-cum-shot deflected in off Peter Olayinka near the hour to give them a narrow win.
Barca are three points clear at the top of Group F.
They need four points from their last three games to qualify.