Barcelona has a history of comebacks - the most recent one being its wonderful victory against Paris Saint-Germain after it overturned a 4-0 first-leg deficit to win the second leg 6-1 and thereby the match.
It was a huge point in the match as it would have cancelled out Paulo Dybala's seventh-minute opener and given Barcelona a way back into the game.
Juve stunned Barcelona with Argentinian Dybala's brace and a third from Giorgio Chiellini on Tuesday (Wednesday AEST).
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A massive prospect by most estimates, Paulo Dybala is skilful, hard-working and a brilliant dribbler; he confirmed that his finishing is pretty wonderful, too, with two goals against Barcelona.
The player known as the Jewel, often tipped to be Messi's natural successor, struck again 15 minutes later, meeting Manduzkic's low cross in his stride to beat Ter Stegen inside the near post with another left-foot effort.
"We did things badly, especially in the first half".
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Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri again used his daring 4-2-3-1 formation, which has seen his team play some of its best soccer of the season as it utilizes all five of its star attackers. As a result, two first goals came from the midfield zones.
"I try to enjoy these moments and not think about what's going to happen". "I am not capable of saying what our percentages are". But I still have the opening half in my head, like a nightmare.
Dybala told reporters: "We played a great game and we made the best of the chances we had and it is certainly a great result ahead of the return leg in Barcelona".
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