Juventus showed class as they savagely and cruelly brutalised Barcelona 3-0 at Turin. Obviously, the Old Lady took out a fierce revenge on the Catalan giants for their 3-1 loss in the final of the Uefa Champions League in 2014/2015 season.
Juventus were basically incredible as they conveyed a faultless execution, pegging Barca and prevented them from causing damage with their possessive pattern of play and carefully displace the Catalan giants.
The Bianconeri showed only supreme character dashing to a 2-goal lead inside 22 minutes. An astounding first-half brace from Paulo Dybala in the 7th and 22nd minute stunned Barcelona.
The home crowd was thundering, and the joyful noise appeared to push the Juventus regardless of Barca asserting possession. Juventus’ back four were solid and composed and were just separated by an inch-perfect through ball from Messi to Iniesta. The Spaniard’s finish was palmed away by Buffon
After the break, Juventus kept on commanding the Luis Enrique side, the home side made it 3-0 in the 55th minute courtesy of Chiellini planting a powerful header from a Pjanic corner kick. Barcelona never returned into the game as they looked totally dumbfounded and find no clue to unlock Allegri defence
They were dispossessed of thoughts in the most part of the game. The centre- back blending of Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci were rock solid at the back, While Dani Alves in still as tasteful as usual marshalling his right wing magnificently.
A dedicated execution by Allegri’s lead side to upset their opposition with a classy win earned them an awesome result ahead of their second leg visit to Camp Nou. Two consecutive Champions League magical occurrences would be extremely amazing from Luis Enrique’s team, but would they be able to keep up these irregular show of shame for whatever is left of the season?
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