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    CL | Quarter Final - 2nd leg: FC Barcelona - Juventus 0-0 (0-3 agg.)





    Cüneyt Çakır will be the referee in our match against Juventus.

    Officiated 4 Juventus matches: 0 red cards, 0 penalties, 8 yellows for Juve, 4 yellows for the opponents (2 Juve wins, 2 Juve defeats)
    Officiated 6 Barcelona matches: 2 red cards (1 for Barca), 6 penalties (4 for Barca), 11 yellows for Barca, 17 yellows for the opponents (4 Barca wins, 2 draws)

    Seems like a good ref for us.

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    The ref. doesn't matter that much tbh.

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    I have read from you guys most of you have wishes to win that is good but you should know

    our defender and midfield are not fixed they have mistakes in addition they depend on MSN not as team

    what we have done with Paris is a marvel and by our effort .

    i can not blame any one because all of them did a good perform.

    Now i have a little hope from PSG you see what their performance was i mean in Juve

    If we lost i would want our lost be with honor

    If we won I would destroy them .

    it is just opinion and idea.

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    Defence has its issues so the pressing really has to work against Juve this time. Our offense is capable of scoring the necessary amount of goals although I have to admit that I'm a bit concerned of Suárez' form in front of goal lately.

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    Back to the usual shape. 4-3-3 for this one. Stegen-Sergi-Pique-Umtiti-Alba-Raki-Busi-Don-Messi-Saurez-Neymar.

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    Yeahh, I don't have the "comeback feeling" either. Still, I haven't lost all hope and I will be at the stadium to support the team. Learnt my lesson from missing such matches.

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    Juventus are a much better team overall than PSG. Their defense is probably the best in Europe right now.
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    we need camp nou and team's spirit of greatest come back.

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    To go through Juve have to be off or shit scared like Paris. They won't be shit scared so I just hope they have an off night. Maybe an own goal, goalie error and maybe some defensive mistakes.

    Won't happen but we can hope....

    As for Lucho I don't think he'll ever come up with some genius strategy.

    I am pretty sure he will just throw the kitchen sink at Juve and we'll see Paco after an hour of play.

    I will be interested to see how Juve play.

    Imo best strategy would be to go hard for the early goal. If they score early it will demoralised us and let Juve sit back comfortably.

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    Get hyped. The team won't make a comeback until camp nou is as at least as much vocal as against PSG.

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    If we scored 6 vs. PSG, we can score 4 against Juve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bojan View Post
    If we scored 6 vs. PSG, we can score 4 against Juve.
    At least 9

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bojan View Post
    If we scored 6 vs. PSG, we can score 4 against Juve.
    With Messi in top form and Neymar highly motivated, I believe we can score at least 3 goals. Our players also have enough rest after Saturday's game and we play at home. I think we can do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altomonte View Post
    With Messi in top form and Neymar highly motivated, I believe we can score at least 3 goals. Our players also have enough rest after Saturday's game and we play at home. I think we can do it.
    Both are ready to mount another comeback.
    http://www.sport-english.com/en/news...meback-5976574
    http://www.sport-english.com/en/news...meback-5976270

    Juve have chosen not to train at Camp Nou before the game and will instead take their session in Italy in the morning. Strange decision imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by behindbrowneyes View Post
    Both are ready to mount another comeback.
    http://www.sport-english.com/en/news...meback-5976574
    http://www.sport-english.com/en/news...meback-5976270

    Juve have chosen not to train at Camp Nou before the game and will instead take their session in Italy in the morning. Strange decision imo.
    This is the only way I could ever have an ounce of hope. Messi and Neymar on their day can do ANYTHING.

    Dybala might not be injured after all, I pray that he is though. One less crucial player to worry about, more incentive for Barca to push forward. Busquets' return for this game hopefully makes the difference too. His presence will improve Messi as Masche was severely lacking in distribution to Leo and Iniesta will probably benefit too as he and Busquets rely a lot on each other. Neymar needs to have his remontada motivation level back and Pique/Umtiti/Masch need to be no-nonsense tanks at the back. MATS too needs to keep his nerves steady, if we let even 1 goal in the complexion changes as the diminishing probability of scoring more than 3 goals is more grave with Juve than with PSG.

    All in all, I'm a lot less hopeful this time. Moreso frustrated and conflicted that Barca, in their naivety, have let this situation happen once again. I'd sell my soul to the devil for Barca to win the CL this season but luck alone can't do the job. It's up to the team, they are the only ones who can control their destiny. Even though there's the slight remontada hype building up, my optimism is very limited. It all depends on which version of the team shows up on Wednesday because the Barca of the past 3 games WILL be eliminated for a fact. There's no way that level of disorganization is sustainable in an attempt to overturn a 0-3 deficit.
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