Barcelona's Champions League recoveries

The Catalans made Champions League history by reversing a 4-0 first leg deficit to beat Paris Saint-Germain 6-1 in the previous round, but will need to produce another miracle performance at the Camp Nou on Wednesday as they trail their quarter-final tie 3-0.

"It's not about who we don't want to face because none of the other teams want to face us".

"Juventus provoke fear in everyone else and now our objective is to reach the final".

"We tried with all our might, but we couldn't find the route to goal".

Enrique will leave the Nou Camp this summer having failed to reach the semi-finals for a second successive season. The reigning Champions League Champions, Barcelona, are not used to this situation, but they have continued to prove that playing away and playing at home are two very different stories, but how many more of these must-win matches can they survive and is their time finally up? "The first day I got here, my only goal was to turn Atletico into a competitive team that could contend in all competitions that it played".

"It's a step forward, we deserved qualification against a top level team", added 49-year-old Italian Allegri.

"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.

His former club, meanwhile, face an uphill battle to win any silverware after their elimination as they trail Real Madrid by three points in La Liga before the weekend's Classico.

However, he believes they are far more equipped to win the Champions League for a third time than when they lost to Barca in the final two years ago.

However, the Juve stalwart has urged his team-mates to keep pushing for glory, telling BT Sport 2: "We're very happy with these small victories but what we really want to do is go all the way". We had that night against PSG and now there's another chance to experience a historic night.

Barcelona kept on trying, with Messi again going close and Sergi Roberto shooting just wide as to their huge credit Barcelona kept on pushing for a miracle which looked increasingly unlikely with every passing minute.

There were sad scenes at the Camp Nou on Wednesday night after Barcelona's Champions League dream died.



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