Lionel Messi magic leads Barcelona to Juventus win

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It was United's first Champions League game since December 2015, with Jose Mourinho's side having engineered a return to the competition by winning the Europa League last season.In the same group, CSKA Moscow came from behind to beat Portuguese champions Benfica 2-1 in Lisbon with Timur Zhamaletdinov getting their victor.

But once he found room to work, Messi picked Buffon's Juventus apart - to take some revenge from last year's elimination and continue his superb start to the current season. Paulo Dybala scored a brace in that first leg, and "La Joya" has been in fine form already this season. The Brazilian global opened the match with the first goal, and following that, the second big arrival among the Saints, Kylian Mbappe scored too. There has been some discussion over how Allegri plans to accommodate Dybala tactically this time around, with two different schools of thought.

Juventus, like Barcelona, have an impressive attacking line-up, comprising stars like Douglas Costa, Gonzalo Higuain and Paolo Dybala. Neymar put PSG in front before he set up Mbappe to make it 2-0. Only Cristiano Ronaldo has scored more (105).

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In the other Group D match on Tuesday, Sporting Lisbon won 3-2 at Olympiakos. He is faced with a rather long list of injured players at the start of the season; Georgio Chiellini, Sami Khedira, Claudio Marchisio, Benedikt Howedes and Mario Mandzukic are all out injured, while Juan Cuadrado is suspended. Check the complete schedule of this week Champions League matches here.

The visitors certainly went into the game full of confidence after a 3-0 Serie A win over Chievo at the weekend - while Messi had scored three in a 5-0 La Liga thrashing of Espanyol. "The last three years have been fantastic, we achieved two Champions League Finals", Allegri told UEFA.com."The first was rather unexpected, while for the second, we had greater hopes of really winning it". If he continues to play like this then there's no reason the Spanish club shouldn't be successful.

Sevilla warmed up for its Champions League match at Liverpool on Wednesday by easing past Eibar 3-0. Juventus are aiming to be consistently among the top eight in Europe. We need to stop them connecting their lines.

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Allegri was not too downbeat following the loss however, saying: "I don't think we're going to have a problem".

Iniesta, who started in both of Spain's World Cup qualifiers over the worldwide break, made just 23 league appearances under Luis Enrique last term, his lowest tally since breaking into the starting XI in 2004-05.

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