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Juventus v Barcelona 3-0: What went wrong?

Paulo Dybala scored twice in the match before the break. The team was dominant almost whole game and Chiellini sealed it at 55’. Why did that happen? Why Messy didn’t score against Gianluigi Buffon? Bad day for Barca? All we can say for now that Dybala made the biggest part of the game and his performance is worth of seeing.

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Many call him the Jewel, and after 22 minutes he has shoved to everybody why he is so precious talent of the Italian club. Today skills of 21 y.o. player are put up with a comparison of Messi. At first, he curled the ball into the corner and put Juventus ahead. 15 minutes later Dybala burst another right to the net. He encouraged the team twice that gave a lot of boosts.

Lois Enrique side was too quiet though. Actually, three main attackers didn’t try the best. Messi couldn’t make any impact to the game against aggressive Juventus side. Neymar played without the passion and struggles that we have seen in PSG comeback at the Camp Nou. And Luis Suares was just too sluggish.

Well, Barcelona was in a worse situation and made a glorious comeback. Maybe they could do it again? The score 3-0 is better than 4-0, but now Barca has new trouble. In addition, criticism flows from everywhere, as you can see below.

Still, Juventus did the great. For example, Paulo Dybala scored more in last two Champion League games than he did in last 12. And both strikes in the game was just gorgeous. You just must see it in the new highlights of the match.

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About Viktor Presnyakov

Viktor Presnyakov
Viktor finished the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (faculty Philology) in 2011. He likes to write great stories about sport, technologies, politics, etc. But what he likes more than other is football. Today Viktor live and work in Kyiv as a senior copywriter with more than 5 years of experience. He has been responsible for hundreds of articles on the sports niche. Author has significant experience as a content manager at leading UK companies. His free time he likes to spend in translating science articles and (of course) playing football. His publications allow you to pass through the mazes of football’s world. The most interesting events will be described and offered to your attention. Without a doubt, Victor loves football because it is an important part of his life. And he’ll be continuing to do the best and make excellent publications for you. With all requests and questions you can contact by e-mail: [email protected]

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