Messi reacts after the match against Athletic Bilbao in Camp Nou Saturday.
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When Barcelona play Tottenham Wednesday it is bound to bring back fond memories for the Catalan giants.Barcelona won the Champions League title at Wembley in 2011, beating Manchester United 3-1 .Another Spanish side in action, Atletico Madrid, have lost two of the past five finals, being beaten both times by Real Madrid.Real Madrid's final success last year came against Liverpool, the English powerhouse that this week travel to Napoli.Goalkeeper Jan Olbak has been particularly miserly of late, having not conceded a goal in three successive matches.GROUP BTottenham and Barcelona are meeting for only the third time in a competitive match, having previously faced each other in the semifinals of the European Cup Winners' Cup when the Catalan club advanced.Although Alisson conceded twice in his first Champions League game with Liverpool two weeks ago, a stoppage time goal from Roberto Firmino sealed a 3-2 win over Paris Saint-Germain at Anfield.
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