​After ​winning the first leg of the Champions League quarter final 4-1, many people believed that Ernesto Valverde’s Barcelona had all but guaranteed their place in the semi-finals, with Roma succumbing to two own goals, as well as strikes from Gerard Pique and Luis Suarez. Going into the second leg in Rome, the hosts faced an uphill battle as they needed to overturn a three goal deficit – a feat only ever achieved thrice before in the Champions League – against one of Europe’s most talented…



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