Juve Boss Slams Team For Giving Messi Space

UCL Preview: Barcelona out for revenge against Juventus

Barcelona vs Juventus 12 September 2017: UCL Preview and Predictions

When Miralem Pjanic asked Lionel Messi for his shirt at halftime, it was clear that Juventus was bowing down to Barcelona and its international cast of stars.

"If you leave Messi with open field you know what's going to happen". It will take unconsciousness, but also technique, I will choose who to send in the field tomorrow to create dangers for Barcelona.

Last season's 4-1 Champions League final loss to Real Madrid doesn't overshadow that Juventus was the second best team in the tournament.

The Basques got off to a flying start and were 2-0 ahead after just four minutes after goals from Juanmi and Asier Illaramendi caught Deportivo half asleep and although the home side were able to fight back with goals from Adrian Lopez and Florin And one, late goals from Diego Llorente and a second strike from Illaramendi took the points back to San Sebastian.

"The vote of no confidence is something that a member is trying to get off the ground", added Bartomeu. His low cross was picked out, but the ball fell to Rakitic 12 yards out, and the Croatian dispatched his effort with Buffon pulled out of position. For both of the goals, Italy legend Buffon stood motionless to watch the ball hit the back of the net. "He lowers his head every time", the coach said.

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Barca are still coming to terms with the loss of Neymar to Paris Saint-Germain for a world record 222 million-euro fee ($267 million).

The action continues on Wednesday as Real Madrid, Manchester City, AS Monaco and Borussia Dortmund all begin their Champions League campaigns.

Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde agreed that Dybala posed a threat but was also concerned with Juve's power as a team. "Today he opened up the game in one moment where no one saw the gap and he found it".

After watching Barcelona outclass Juventus, Massimiliano Allegri said that it was Lionel Messi who made the difference.

From the Group D, Barcelona looking for their sixth competition win after their five and especially on the recent win in 2015.

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