BONUCHI: All fear Juventus now after the exclusion of Barcelona
Apr 21 2017 by Marjorie Miles
"We leave disappointed with the result but I have very little to criticize", Luis Enrique said.
With the draw set to take place on Friday, Bonucci says Monaco, Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid will in all likelihood want to avoid the Serie A leaders. We have belief in ourselves, because scoring three goals against Barcelona and keeping a clean sheet at the Nou Camp shows we are a great team.
After last week's 3-0 victory in Turin, it was Juve's attackers who were drawing the plaudits specifically Paulo Dybala, who scored twice.
However, Juventus are experts in defending a lead in Europe and despite Barca's best efforts in an intense 90 minutes even players of the quality of Leo Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar were unable to break down Juventus' black and white wall.
"They have just come up short in the last week or two".
"We had 13 or 14 shots, but I think only one was on target, which are the ones that tend to do damage", added Enrique.
Whatever your opinion of this Barca side - and, after their exit, people have been every bit as quick to declare this the end of an era as they were in 2013 - the club went into the game with a flawless record at the Camp Nou in Europe.
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"A poor first half in Turin cost us a chance to go through". We were under the normal amount of pressure here, but it was a decisive step on the road to Cardiff.
The Catalans travel to Real Madrid on Sunday, in a must-win encounter if they are to pip their rivals to the La Liga crown this season.
"I told him that it's the way things work". It will play the Copa final against Alaves in May.
Juventus fans have mocked their former boss Conte with a brilliant banner that has been exposed in front of Juventus' training centre after the Serie A giants' qualification to the Champions League semi-finals.
The only miracle seen in Barcelona this time was Juventus not getting a late goal with the Spanish side barely having legs to recover on defense.
Allegri then added: "We haven't achieved anything yet, though".
Reports in Spain claim that the absence of Messi and Pique were only precautionary as they probably ended the game against Juventus with some niggles which shouldn't prevent them for playing El Clasico.