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No-one will want to play Juventus after ousting Barcelona, says Bonucci

21 April 2017, 01:58 | Joan Schultz

A distraught Neymar left the field in tears as Juventus held Barcelona to a 0-0 draw at the Camp Nou on Wednesday to reach the Champions League semifinals 3-0 on aggregate.

Barcelona huffed and puffed but Juventus' house was made of far stronger material than Paris Saint-Germain's shack and never came down, as the hosts could do no better than a 0-0 draw Wednesday that sees the Italian champions move on to the Champions League semifinals.

There were also moments of tension after Messi fell heavily following a challenge in midfield and Neymar reacted with a challenge which earned him a booking that means he will miss Barca's next European match.

This is published unedited from the IANS feed.

Barcelona had overcome a 4-0 first-leg defeat to PSG in the quarter-finals as they recorded a miraculous comeback to progress 6-5 on aggregate.

Meanwhile, Juventus advance into the semi-finals alongside Spanish pair Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid with AS Monaco rounding off the final four.

One of the trio, Chiellini had put the tie beyond Barça's reach with the third goal in the first leg after Paulo Dybala had scored twice. "So, sadly, I will remember it for a long time".

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'I already told him that I didn't want to take on Barcelona for all that we had gone through together, but that in these situations you have to leave feelings aside.

Juve, who've not conceded a single goal from open play in this season's Champions League, go into Friday's draw with both Madrid giants and Monaco, confident that they can become champions of Europe even without the world's most expensive player Pogba.

"We tried with all our might but we couldn't find the route to goal", said Luis Enrique, who is leaving Barcelona at the end of the season.

"Juventus is a great team and they were better than us", Barcelona defender Gerard Pique said.

The champions of Italy are 180 minutes away from the final in Cardiff on 3 June after a superb defensive performance as Barca and their formidable strike force failed to score over two legs.

DF Samuel Umtiti, 6 - Gave an assured display alongside Pique, although they were up against a side that knew they had the job half-done.



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