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MADRID: This time the feeling surrounding Barcelona was despair, not anger.Having pulled off the largest comeback in the competition against Paris St. Germain in the last 16, overturning a 4-0 first-leg deficit to progress 6-5 on aggregate, Barcelona must produce a similar result at home against Juventus next week if they are to reach the semifinals.Massimiliano Allegri's Juventus are a different proposition.While in La Liga opponents sometimes sit back and watch Barcelona put on a show, partly out of respect and partly out of fear, Juventus displayed neither tendency.The fact Barcelona played better against Juventus than they did against PSG is not something they can take comfort from.
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