Juventus vs Barcelona

Juventus vs Barcelona 3-0:they may not repeat PSG miracle against us, will go to Camp Nou to score goals -Allegri

Juventus beat Barcelona 3-0 semi-finals of this year’s Champions League as Paulo Dybala set the tone for the night with two clinical finishes, as Barca struggled to break down the hosts.

Giorgio Chiellini scored the last goal, powering in a header past Marc Ter Stegen.

The second leg will be played at the Camp Nou.

Meanwhile, Barcelona manager, Luis Enrique, has admitted that they might not be able to repeat their incredible comeback against Paris Saint-Germain, when they host Juventus in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie.

He said,“It was a difficult first half, very similar to the one in Paris and the second was much better,” Luis Enrique told Mediaset.

It was on record that, Barca lost 4-0 at Paris Saint-Germain, but went on to win 6-1 at the Camp Nou to progress this was the biggest miracle so far in history of football.

Barcelona will now need another miracle back at home, if they want to qualify for the last four.

He said, “A coach does everything to help the team and prepare them, but evidently I did not. We have to improve, learn from these mistakes, analyse the game carefully and realise where we went wrong.

“It’s the second time this has happened. It’s hard to think of a remuntada comeback, but we’ll try to get back on our feet and put in a good performance in the second leg.

“It’s not good to pick on single players after a defeat. It’s a defeat for the whole team, starting with the coach.”

The Juventus manager, Massimiliano Allegri, has said that their win over Barcelona on Tuesday night, “is a great result from my three years of work” and promised to attack in the second leg.

After the match, Allegri said: “Great game by all the guys. The second leg? We’ll go there to score goals.

“Now Juventus are well-respected in Europe and this is a great result from my three years of work, “Dybala? Has played an extraordinary game. I am pleased for him and for the team.”

The game between Borussia Dortmund and Monaco in Germany was moved by 24 hours, following explosions that hit the Bundesliga club’s team bus.