If Barcelona end up winning the Champions League this season they will have done it the hard way. After their extraordinary comeback against Paris Saint-German in the previous round, they will need to do something similar against Juventus after being well beaten in the quarter-final first leg in Turin on Tuesday.
Paulo Dybala was the catalyst as Juventus took revenge for their defeat by Barcelona in the 2015 final. The 23-year-old Argentina forward eclipsed his compatriot Lionel Messi, with whom he has drawn comparison, to score two excellent first-half goals. Both were the product of sweet left-foot finishes that gave his side a momentum they never relinquished. The veteran defender Giorgio Chiellini added to Barcelona’s misery when he scored from a corner in the second half, his first goal in the competition since 2009.
Source: Football News
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