Should we look forward to having another UEFA+Barcelona VS Juventus in the return leg of the champions league?

All the football fans around the world will be so excited and look forward to the return leg but the question is "will it be another stinking display where almighty UEFA will be the saviour for a weak Barcelona team?".



Football lovers were pissed off when PSG lost to Barça in the previous round of CL in a 6:1 display. The question many fans kept asking was that "must there be Barça team in the Champions League before we enjoy watching the competition?".

That performance gave me the assurance that the current Barça team will never survive in English premier League because I imagine stoke City loosing to you 6:1 when they already thrashed you 4:0 in the first leg. No, will never happen. "I trust my man mourinho, he will park the bus to ensure he wins the match", said a fan.
So many things are running through our minds and we'll all lookout for the return leg where Louis Enrique's men will host Juve at the Nou Camp.


Juventus VS Barcelona result and highlights 

Juventus starting XI
Buffon; Dani Alves, Bonucci, Chiellini, Alex Sandro; Khedira, Pjanic; Cuadrado, Dybala, Mandzukic; Higuain
Subs
Neto, Lichtsteiner, Barzagli, Asamoah, Marchisio, Lemina, Rincon
Barcelona starting XI
Ter Stegen, S.Roberto, Piqué, Mathieu, Umtiti, Rakitic, Mascherano, Iniesta, Messi, Suárez, Neymar
Subs
Cillessen, Denis, Alcácer, J.Alba, Digne, A.Gomes, Aleñá
Juventus 3-0 Barcelona player ratings
Paulo Dybala dazzled to inspire Juventus to a significant first-leg lead over Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-final.
The Argentinian curled a lovely left-footed opener before hammering in a second from the edge of the area.
The Old Lady were in dreamland when Giorgio Chiellini headed in a third.
Massimiliano Allegri’s side absorbed an enormous amount of late pressure, with Luis Suarez missing a glaring opportunity.
The Catalan side could not break through in pursuit of the away goal though and will now be forced to pull off a similar comeback to their last 16 win over PSG at the Camp Nou.
Here are Rik Sharma’s player ratings.
(Photo: REUTERS)
Allegri praises 'extraordinary' Dybala
(Photo: REUTERS)
Juventus 3-0 Barcelona: 5 things we learned
Paulo Dybala’s brilliant brace helped Juventus thrash Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-final first leg, with Giorgio Chiellini adding a third.
The Argentine forward hit two early goals to rock the Catalans and bring memories of their 4-0 defeat by PSG in the last 16 flooding back.
Juventus started as they meant to go on and Gonzalo Higuain saw a header kept out by Marc-Andre ter Stegen before Dybala opened the scoring in the seventh minute.
Juan Cuadrado crossed to him from the right and he spun masterfully in the box before bending the ball home.
The forward was at it again in the 22nd minute, curling home from the edge of the box to stun the visitors.
At the other end Lionel Messi had a goal ruled out correctly due to Luis Suarez being offside in the build up and Iniesta forced a stunning save from Gianluigi Buffon when played in by Messi.
Juventus extended their lead to three goals in the 55th minute when Chiellini outjumped Javier Mascherano to power home a header.
Juventus starting XI
Buffon; Dani Alves, Bonucci, Chiellini, Alex Sandro; Khedira, Pjanic; Cuadrado, Dybala, Mandzukic; Higuain
Subs
Neto, Lichtsteiner, Barzagli, Asamoah, Marchisio, Lemina, Rincon
Barcelona starting XI
Ter Stegen, S.Roberto, Piqué, Mathieu, Umtiti, Rakitic, Mascherano, Iniesta, Messi, Suárez, Neymar
Subs
Cillessen, Denis, Alcácer, J.Alba, Digne, A.Gomes, Aleñá

Paulo Dybala celebrates one of his goals with team mates in a superb performance against Barcelona 


Paulo Dybala dazzled to inspire Juventus to a significant first-leg lead over Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-final.
The Argentinian curled a lovely left-footed opener before hammering in a second from the edge of the area.
The Old Lady were in dreamland when Giorgio Chiellini headed in a third.
Massimiliano Allegri’s side absorbed an enormous amount of late pressure, with Luis Suarez missing a glaring opportunity.
The Catalan side could not break through in pursuit of the away goal though and will now be forced to pull off a similar comeback to their last 16 win over PSG at the Camp Nou.

Juventus beats weak Barcelona ruthlessly 


Paulo Dybala’s brilliant brace helped Juventus thrash Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-final first leg, with Giorgio Chiellini adding a third.
The Argentine forward hit two early goals to rock the Catalans and bring memories of their 4-0 defeat by PSG in the last 16 flooding back.
Juventus started as they meant to go on and Gonzalo Higuain saw a header kept out by Marc-Andre ter Stegen before Dybala opened the scoring in the seventh minute.
Juan Cuadrado crossed to him from the right and he spun masterfully in the box before bending the ball home.
The forward was at it again in the 22nd minute, curling home from the edge of the box to stun the visitors.
At the other end Lionel Messi had a goal ruled out correctly due to Luis Suarez being offside in the build up and Iniesta forced a stunning save from Gianluigi Buffon when played in by Messi.

Juventus extended their lead to three goals in the 55th minute when Chiellini outjumped Javier Mascherano to power home a header.
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