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Submitted by SadeckJaffal 594d ago | highlight

Highlights: Barcelona 1-1 Paris Saint Germain (Agg:3-3) ( UEFA Champions League 10/04/2013 )

[0-1] J. Pastore - 50'
[1-1] P. Rodriguez - 71' (Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, UEFA Champions League)

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SadeckJaffal  +   595d ago
Well barcelona is really lucky....
Now its germany (bayern munich and dortmund) and spain (real madrid and barcelona)
Nes_Daze  +   595d ago
Really lucky, not sure, some would consider PSG more fortunate because of Barca's injuries, and what happened at PSG's stadium with the ref. But either way, not good enough for Barca, any semi final team will run them over if they don't step their game up, especially Bayern.
buddymagoo  +   595d ago
Barca just aren't the same team without Messi
maxi131  +   595d ago
That's what happens when you have a team built around just one player....for better or worse.
Nes_Daze  +   594d ago
If you have the best player in the world on your team it might be dumb to not build the team around him.

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