[CL] JUVENTUS 1-3 Barcelona (June 6th, 2015) (3 Viewers)

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    DC: Vidal, I'm shitting bricks.

    Vidal: Stop shitting them on my shoes
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    Maybe the escalators are going the wrong way. :p
    It looks like barca designed it, let's kick the shit out of it.
    :lol:

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    Del Piero: 'Anything can happen’
    By Football Italia staff


    Alessandro Del Piero believes Barcelona are favourites against Juventus, but 'in a Champions League final, anything can happen’.

    The Bianconeri are in their first final since 2003, with club legend Del Piero having played that night, and three previous finals, winning just once.

    “In a Champions League final, anything can happen,” the Old Lady’s all-time top scored explained, speaking to Tuttosport.

    “It’s difficult to make predictions when it comes to such important matches. The team which is favourite could win, but maybe not.

    “As for me, I lost when we were the favourites, and won when our rivals had been predicted as favourites. That’s football, especially in finals.”

    Pinturicchio lauded Juve Coach Massimiliano Allegri, having brought the Turin giants to the brink of a treble in his first season.

    “He took over a winning team and improved it, without creating tension, gradually putting forward his principles without losing the confidence of the players.

    “Today Juventus have a clear game plan and are well-organised, they play well.

    “What will be important tomorrow? Free kicks, attacking precision from [Carlos] Tevez and [Alvaro] Morata, and the ability to keep possession to defend a good result.”

    Finally, the World Cup winner gave his opinion on Barça superstar Lionel Messi, but also singled out Xavi and Juve’s Andrea Pirlo for praise.

    “Instinct, passion, magic,” Del Piero said of Messi.

    “Messi is a gift to football, and we’re lucky to be around to enjoy him as he deserves.

    “Xavi and Pirlo? Two unique players, two real phenomena. It was great to play with them and against them.”
     

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    Don't know why I'm so calm.

    I guess I like it that we are the underdogs and nobody expects anything from us. That is when we strike hard and with no mercy.
    I like this bold words.I was that calm against Madrid.Now I am 50-50 .That statistics of losing finals is killing me but in the same second I just see Tevez and Morata scoring and I celebrating, being drunk.Weird feeling.
     
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