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Barcelona 0-0 Juventus: Five Things You Missed At Nou Camp During Champions League

qualified for the semi-finals of the Champions League with a 0-0 draw in ’s Stadium on Wednesday night.

missed a glorious chance, despite Barca’s greatest efforts, its quality players were unable to break down Juventus.

The second half kicked off with Messi firing over the bar and seeing a curling shot deflected just wide off the Juventus post.

The Nou Camp saw an amazing action on pitch, we bring to you five things that you might have missed in the match.

Barcelona Fans Message

Barcelona’s fans raised cards and displayed a message before the match which spelled out the club’s motto written in English rather than in Catalonian which says: “More Than A Club.” Even though the sweet gesture by the fans didn’t have an impact on the pitch.

With You Suarez

The match saw a fan at Nou Camp, trying to grab ’s attention by holding Scarf and letting him know that his Legacy lives on. The gesture by this fan reminded Suarez that he will never walk alone.

Ex-Player Greets Barca

Dani Alves, the former Barcelona defender was happy to return back to Nou Camp. The whole scene was little bizarre and awkward when he stopped by the team to give high-five to Luis Enrique and the club’s staff.

Lionel Messi Gets A Touch Of Rough Game

Lionel Messi gets to know the Nou Camp pitch better after an uncomfortable fall in the first half. Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic got into a rough game with the legend and thrashed him to the left side of his face. The star needed a treatment after suffering a cut on his left cheek.

The End Of An Era

Barcelona was knocked out of Champions League, without even a single goal in their name. Barcelona, considered one of Europe’s finest team, days seem to have met an end. The last time Barca was kicked out of the Champions League without scoring a goal was in 2013, when scored 7-0 against Barca.

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