Barcelona coach Luis Enrique: Nothing to lose. Attack. Attack. Attack!

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Many Barcelona fans must be wishing they never sold Dani Alves.

"If everything goes well, another comeback will happen, I believe in the team and in our potential".

The match kicks off at 7.45pm BST on Wednesday 19 April.

However, Javier Mascherano will likely miss the fixture after failing to train on Monday night because of a calf injury, while Aleix Vidal and Rafinha are both out for the rest of the season.

"We will have to show control and calm the excitement in the players, but I hope to enjoy a great night and show we can win", added Luis Enrique. "The Camp Nou must not be set on fire", he said.

They can't, can they? We need Camp Nou to bounce to experience another special evening.

Barca boss Luis Enrique could be seen joking and pointing towards the pitch in amazement as the Catalan giants got the much-anticipated match underway.

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The Serie A leaders dispatched Barca in ruthless fashion in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie, with Paulo Dybala scoring twice in a 3-0 win in Turin.

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Real Sociedad actually had more possession of the ball in the game than Barcelona, something which used to be virtually unheard of in the Camp Nou.

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique is targeting a second successive unlikely comeback victory in the Champions League and admits his side have another mountain to climb.

Just two minutes after conceding, Bayern Munich found a surprise goal from Madrid defender Sergio Ramos, as he mistakenly hit the ball into his own net. "Every game in the Champions League is hard", said Neymar, who led Barcelona with two goals and two assists in the historic win over PSG last month.

Juventus book their spot in the semi-finals of the Champions League after drawing 0-0 at Barcelona in the second leg of their last-eight clash.

The two-legged confrontation teams have not met for a long time - the last time the games were in 2003. Without an away goal, they'll be pressed to put three or four past an excellent Juventus defense.

Meanwhile, Juventus have made it to the quarter-finals for the third time in the last five Champions League seasons.

"The key will be to clinical in front of goal, create chances to dent our rivals' confidence... calm the emotions of our players and attack, attack and keep attacking", he said.

Future Barca coach Bobby Robson's Ipswich side looked to have this last-16 tie in the bag with a famous 3-0 first-leg success at Portman Road.

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