At the Etihad stadium, Luis Suarez scored the second goal for Barcelona.
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Manchester City had the perfect opportunity to prove they belong with Europe's elite Tuesday but the Premier League champions blew it.While City will go to the Camp Nou next month for the second leg of this Champions League, last 16 tie still afloat, they will need to conjure something remarkable to reach the quarterfinals for the first time.While rivals Manchester United's Old Trafford ground used to be a fortress, City often look cowed when facing the big guns on their home turf.Looking at the starting lineups it was hard to make a case for more than a couple of City players making the Barcelona first 11 .
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