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Summary

  1. Dybala scores two stunning goals to put Juve in charge of quarter-final
  2. Chiellini heads in the third from a corner as Italian side dominate
  3. Barca miss host of chances in search of away goal
  4. Borussia Dortmund confirm an explosion involving team bus
  5. Dortmund match against Monaco has been postponed

Live Reporting

By Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Another Champions League first leg tie, another heavy defeat for Barcelona. They can't do it again, can they?

    The second leg takes place a week on Wednesday. Clear your diary, that is one not to be missed.

    See you later.

  2. Post update

    We're just about finished with our coverage but if you want the latest on the news about the Borussia Dortmund team bus being involved in an explosion earlier tonight then head here.

    With the game rescheduled for tomorrow, many Dortmund fans are giving the travelling Monaco supporters a place to stay for the night. 

  3. 'We didn't have the luck'

    More from Barcelona boss Luis Enrique: "On nightmare days like this one we have not had that touch of luck to get us back into the tie."

  4. 'What a night'

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    Hassan Anfield: Hope Unai Emery will take his whole PSG side to Camp Nou next week. Just to watches how defends a three goals lead.  

    King David: 2nd leg will be magical. At least we're assured of that.  

    Girma Kassie: Barca's season just turned worse. They are out this time.  

  6. 'We saw what happened to PSG'

    Juventus 3-0 Barcelona

    Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic, speaking to BT Sport: "Of course we are very happy but it is not finished yet. We know what they did against Paris and we have to not do that.

    "We will see in the second game. The team in this first game played very well but we have to be careful. Barcelona have great players and we have to play the same game - try and score a goal. 

    "It is not finished, this is just the first half."

    On Gianluigi Buffion, Pjanic added: "We have the best goalkeeper in the world, to have him behind us is very important for us."

  7. 'We were the better team in the second half'

    Barcelona boss Luis Enrique: "We put in a really bad first half. In the second half we were even the better team but we conceded the third."

  8. Leaky Barcelona, watertight Juve - the stats

    Juventus 3-0 Barcelona

    • Juventus are unbeaten in their last 18 Champions League home games (W11 D7 L0), their longest ever run without a defeat in the competition on home soil. Their last home defeat in the competition was versus Bayern Munich in April 2013 (0-2).
    • Juventus have now won 16 successive home matches in all competitions and are unbeaten in 48 games there (W42 D6 L0). Their last home defeat in all comps came against Udinese in August 2015.
    • Massimiliano Allegri has equalled Juventus’ longest winning streak in the Champions League (five games – previously done by Fabio Capello in 2004/05 and Antonio Conte in 2012/13).
    • Paulo Dybala has scored more goals in his last two Champions League appearances (3) than he did in his previous 12 games in the competition (2).
    •  Barcelona have lost four of their last five Champions League away games in the KO stages (W1 D0 L4), conceding 12 goals in these games.
    • Juventus haven’t conceded a Champions League goal for 441 minutes now - the longest current run in the competition.
    • Barcelona have conceded at least three goals in consecutive Champions League away games for the first time since October 2000.
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    Tom Wright: Armchair fans wrote Juve off when this draw was made; anyone who's followed them this season didn't. This is why. Gladiators.   

    Matthew George: Don't write off Barcelona just yet. With MSN and an extra man on field, anything is possible.   

  11. Buffon's time?

    Juventus 3-0 Barcelona

    Football needs Gianluigi Buffon to be a Champions League winner before he retires.

    His save in the first half was outstanding.

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    Do sides fear Barcelona anymore? They no longer appear to have the fear factor. 

    Juventus looked, and played, like they believed they would win this game from the outset.

  13. 'Done and dusted'

    Juventus 3-0 Barcelona

    Spanish football writer Andy West: "Barca are done and dusted this time. Juventus will be a very different proposition to PSG."    

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    Andrew Reyers: Always look on the positive side of life. This time round, Barca have improved, only a 3 goal deficit to make up. 

    Michael Reid: Barcelona biggest downfall? No manager having the guts to sub off either of MSN when they aren't performing. Invisible tonight 

  15. Post update

    Juventus players hold hands and run towards their fans to soak up the adulation. 

    A defiant Barcelona supporter holds up five fingers on one hand and one finger on the other, indicating that his side will win the second leg 5-1.

    No chance Barcelona are putting five past this Juventus defence.

  16. FULL-TIME

    Juventus 3-0 Barcelona

    All over!  Advantage Juventus. 

    Can Barcelona do it again? They'll have to.

    Lionel Messi and Girogio Chiellini
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    Juventus 3-0 Barcelona

    Sergi Roberto shoots from inside the box but straight at Gianluigi Buffon. That was the last chance, surely!

  18. Post update

    Juventus 3-0 Barcelona

    Barcelona have lost two minutes of attacking time because Juventus have managed to get the ball down into the left corner of the visitors' half.

    Time running out...

  19. Post update

    Juventus 3-0 Barcelona

    The 90 minutes are up and there will be four minutes of stoppage time.

    Lionel Messi