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Barcelona vs Juventus: Live Updates, Score, Reaction from Champions League
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Please refresh the page and retry. Not this black and white wall. And so Barcelona are out of the Champions League. The bigger question is a very big one: is this also the end of an era for them? Barcelona tried every trick in the book but they could not crack this Juventus defensive wall which was brilliantly led by Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci. By the end substitute Andrea Barzagli was also on and all three of these warriors hugged at the final whistle. It is nine Champions League ties for Juventus this season and just two goals conceded.
By the end of , Juventus and Barcelona will have met an astonishing six times five UCL matches and one friendly in the last two and a half years. That said, this remains a fixture that continues to catch the imagination of supporters and all lovers of the beautiful game, and represents an exhilarating way to kick off the new Champions League campaign. After drawing in Turin, Juventus took a crucial away lead through Pavel Nedved only to be pegged back by a Xavi equaliser. It has been a summer of significant changes at Barcelona, not least with the arrival of new manager Ernesto Valverde from Athletic Bilbao to replace the outgoing Luis Enrique. Valverde had spent four years at the helm of the Basque club, where his highlights included leading them to a fourth-place finish and subsequent Champions League qualification in The Blaugrana have bolstered their midfield by bringing in Brazil international Paulinho from Guangzhou Evergrande.
Barca may no longer have the services of Neymar to call on, but they have Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez and have made an excellent start to life in La Liga with three wins from as many matches. Clock Icon pm. Great win for Barca, probably doing better tonight than many thought they might. Juventus will have to go again from match day 2. Final seconds, Juve just wanting it all over now. Semedo wins another tackle—he has indeed been tremendous. Once again, Messi will get the headlines, but Nelson Semedo was absurd tonight.
L Messi 45, 69 , I Rakitic Messi made the breakthrough in the final minute of the first half, the first time the playmaker had scored against Gianluigi Buffon in his career. Ivan Rakitic then doubled the Catalans' lead with a composed finish 11 minutes after half-time, before Messi completed the scoring 21 minutes from time with his th goal for the club. Both goalkeepers were called into making impressive early stops, with first Marc-Andre ter Stegen getting fingertips to Mattia De Sciglio's well-struck effort, before Buffon did equally well to palm Luis Suarez's effort over the bar. However, just as it looked as though the first half would end goalless, Barca struck through that man Messi, who played a neat one-two on the edge of the area with Suarez, before placing a low left-footed effort into the bottom right-hand corner of the net. The home side nearly added to their score when the irrepressible Messi crashed a thunderous effort against the inside of the post seven minutes into the second period.
Barcelona 0 Juventus 0 (0-3 on aggregate): Wasteful Barca hit brick wall as Juve reach semi-finals
Barry Glendenning. Tue 11 Apr
Match Preview: FC Barcelona vs Juventus
The Serie A champions beat Barca by the same scoreline in the quarter-finals last season before holding out for a second-leg stalemate at Camp Nou. Barca have since lost Neymar to Paris Saint-Germain , but it was Juve's' most notable pre-season departure — Leonardo Bonucci's surprise switch to AC Milan — that loomed largest over this match as a once formidable defence was cut to ribbons in Giorgio Chiellini's injury absence. Record signing Ousmane Dembele was busy on his full Barca debut, but it was a more familiar face that thrilled the home crowd. Messi's magnificent opener in the final minute of the opening 45 marked the first time he has scored against fellow all-time great Gianluigi Buffon in the Juventus goal. After making the second for Ivan Rakitic he repeated the trick to seal the points and maintain Barca's resurgent early season form under Ernesto Valverde. Alex Sandro's intervention was required following a slack pass from De Sciglio — his last contribution before hobbling off through injury — and Messi pounced as the Juve reshuffle fell into place.
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