Kwadwo Asamoah was in action for Juventus as they produced an exceptional defensive performance to reach the semi-finals of the Champions League after stopping Barcelona from scoring at the Nou Camp on Wednesday.
What Barcelona fans would do to see Paulo Dybala arrive in the summer. "We'll take to the field as if this is a one-off knockout game and not thinking about what happened in the first leg". "There won't be many changes, we just need to play a game a bit differently tactically".
Messi was again the heart of the danger for Barca, shooting inches wide in the 19th minute and then seeing a shot parried by Gianluigi Buffon, before hitting the rebound into the side netting, but on the whole Barca were not playing with the clarity they needed.
"Overall they were the better team and deserved to go through", he told BeIN Sports Spain.
A different approach from the one taken by PSG in the last round can be expected from Juve, whose coach Massimiliano Allegri has no intention of adjusting his attack-minded 4-2-3-1 formation just to defend their advantage.
Bonucci said after the game: "Getting Messi's shirt at the end of the game?"
"Fortunately I've got a fully-fit squad", Allegri said.
Messi was being forced to come deep in search of possession, but he briefly had Juventus hearts in mouths with a low effort that was deflected fractionally wide.
The visitors started impressively making sure Barca were unable to settle on the ball, while the home side looked to progress down the Juventus right which was defended by former Barca right back, Dani Alves.
Juve have monopolised their domestic league since 2011-12 and are on course for a sixth consecutive Serie A crown this season although they have a comparatively poor record in continental competitions, winning Europe's biggest prize twice, in 1985 and 1996.
And the only negative news of the night for the Bianconeri was a yellow card for Sami Khedira that will rule the German global out of the first leg of their semifinal.