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20 April 2017, 08:02 | Patty Hardy
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Barcelona was eliminated from the Champions League on Wednesday thanks to Juventus, and nobody seemed to take it harder than Neymar.
After their extraordinary exploits last month, when they overturned a 4-0 first-leg deficit in the second leg against Paris Saint-German, the Spanish club found Juventus less accommodating.
Barca's one shot on target came from Lionel Messi in the 31st minute.
Juventus advanced into the semi-finals of Europe's elite club competition after seeing off the Catalan giants 3-0 on aggregate, following up their Turin rout with a goalless draw at the Nou Camp on Wednesday night.
Juventus also produced an excellent defensive display to prevent Barcelona from creating chances.
In the customary dressing room selfie after a great result, the Juventus players could be seen celebrating.
"This side deserves praise for how we approach every game, whether we're playing Barcelona or Pescara", added the Italy defender, whose side have conceded two goals in 10 games in the Champions League this campaign.
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The semi-final line-up is now complete with holders Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Monaco and Juventus going into Friday's draw.
Atletico Madrid have been losing finalists in two of the last three seasons, but will look to go one better this year as they chase their first ever triumph in the tournament.
"My players were extraordinary tonight".
Messi had a great chance to boost Barcelona's chances in the 19th minute when a long buildup ended with Luis Suarez setting him up near the penalty spot, only for Messi to fire wide. Kept trying to link up with Messi and came close to meeting the Argentine's pinged cross in the first half.
Their mood almost worsened just after the interval but Cuadrado, in acres of space on the right, dragged his strike across goal while at the other end Messi cut onto his left foot and fired just wide of Buffon's right hand post.
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.
Barca will have little time to mourn their Champions League exit as they visit arch-rivals Real Madrid on Sunday in a potential title-deciding Clasico.
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