Final training session before return leg against Juventus | FC Barcelona
The Barça squad were at the Ciutat Esportiva on Tuesday morning for what they will all be hoping is not the last time ahead of a Champions League match this season. That all hangs on turning around a 3-0 deficit against Serie A leaders Juventus on Wednesday at 8.45pm CET.
Barça no strangers to comebacks against Allegri | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona face the unenviable task of overturning the 3-0 deficit from the first leg against Juventus in the Champions League quarter-finals on Wednesday. However, Barça are no strangers to turning proceedings around against a side managed by current Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri.
When and where to watch FC Barcelona v Juventus | FC Barcelona
Another big night awaits the Camp Nou on Wednesday as FC Barcelona look to perform heroics to reverse proceedings against Italian giants Juventus. A heavy 3-0 defeat last week in Turin leaves Luis Enrique's men with a tought task with a place in the semi-final in the balance, but the miraculous comeback against PSG in March means there is still hope.
Neymar believes another comeback is possible | FC Barcelona
Neymar believes that Barça can come back in their Champions League quarter-final second leg against Juventus despite the difficult task facing the blaugranes. In an interview with Brazilian TV station Esporte Interativo, the striker revealed his faith in a second comeback in this season’s competition. “In the Champions League every game is difficult but we are the same team as before and we can do it again. We have to give everything but we believe in the comeback,” said Neymar.
Guillem Balague discusses Lionel Messi, Isco and Atletico Madrid's penalty problem | Sky Sports
Barcelona have conceded seven goals in the last three games and Lionel Messi had to rescue them again against Real Sociedad. He is only two goals away from 500 and when you consider that's from 575 games, it is truly unbelievable.
Brazilian legend Zico believes Barça have the quality for another comeback | FC Barcelona
Sunday’s training session at the Ciutat Esportiva was witnessed by a very special guest, legendary former Brazilian international and now coach Zico. The midfielder was the star of la canarinha in the late 1970s and 1980s, scoring 66 goals for the national side, a total that leaves him only behind fellow Brazilian superstars Ronaldo and Pelé on the list of all time scorers.
El Clasico analysed: Will Real Madrid or Barcelona come out on top? | Sky Sports
It's almost time for El Clasico and the stakes could hardly be higher.Real Madrid can take a huge step towards the title if they claim the three points, but Barcelona will be out to blow the race wide open.
Madrid's 'boys from the bench' a big reason why they'll march over Barca | ESPN
Madrid's four most-often-used subs in La Liga are Lucas, Isco, Alvaro Morata and Marco Asensio. Between them, they've hit the net 24 times in the title chase. Never mind assists. A massive stat. By contrast, Barcelona's four most called-upon replacements in La Liga are Denis Suarez, Paco Alcacer, Andres Iniesta and Andre Gomes, who, between them, have returned just six goals.
Getafe players discuss Messi's legendary solo goal | FC Barcelona
It may feel like it happened just yesterday for many Barça fans, but exactly ten years have passed since Leo Messi's magical solo goal against Getafe. Belenguer, Luis Garcia and Casquero were on the Getafe side that day, and the trio were kind enough to share their thoughts on that incredible goal.