Barcelona's Brazilian forward Neymar lies on the field on the field during the UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg football match FC Barcelona vs Juventus at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on April 19, 2017. / AFP / Marco BERTORELLO
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Lionel Messi ended up with a bloodied face, Neymar in tears, but no matter what they tried, Barcelona couldn't break down a Juventus defensive wall as the Spanish champions crashed out of the Champions League.Wednesday night's 0-0 draw wasn't the cause of their demise, but an error-strewn 3-0 first leg defeat that left even Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez too much to do against the team with the best defensive record in the Champions League.Messi and Barcelona captain Andres Iniesta have been two of the mainstays to Barca's decade of dominance.A bruised Messi will pick himself up to go again at the Bernabeu in search of his 500th Barcelona goal.
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