Gianluigi Buffon finally conceded against Lionel Messi, and then it happened again, as Barcelona put on a show of strength to beat Juventus 3-0.
Despite plundering Champions League goals for 12 year Messi has drawn blanks against the Italian great in two Champions League quarter-finals as well as the 2015 final, given another opportunity to end that run little genius did not waste it.
Messi netted in both halves in this comfortable win and with Ivan Rakitic also scoring Barcelona never looked like slipping up.
Lionel Messi points to the heavens after giving Barcelona the lead against Juventus in their Champions League opener
Luis Suarez, celebrates with Messi and new team-mate Ousmane Dembele following the Argentine’s second of the night
Ivan Rakitic got the Barcelona second when he pounced on a loose ball in the Juventus box just before the hour mark
Juventus creative forces, Miralem Pjanic and Paulo Dybala, cannot hide their disappointment as Barcelona’s dominance told
The first goal was a goal born of Barcelona’s new Neymar-less forward line. Ousmane Dembele played the ball in from the…Read More