By Anna Italia
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Good morning! It is just so nice to wake up and check the Italian newspapers. Love to see the front pages of La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport, and Tutto Sport, Thursday 20 April 2017 with the big photo of Juventus players celebrating after the end of the well said “masterpiece” game in Barcelona keeping a 0-0 result. Juventus practically annulled Barcelona without giving them space to score even a goal! Most of all, Juventus defense blocked the so-called best world player Lionel Messi and the famous “MSN” (Messi, Suarez, and Neymar) not breaking goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon.
La Gazzetta dello Sport, Front Page, Thursday 20 April 2017
At Barcelona 0-0 masterpiece: it’s semi-final.
Show of strength at the Camp Nou, Messi diffused and few risks.
Allegri superstar: “We could have played for a whole day and they would have not scored us goal”.
Bonucci: “Now they will all want to avoid us”.
Neymar’s cry on the shoulder of Dani Alves.
- Monaco, lesson to Dortmund (3-1)
- Tomorrow Champions League Draw
- New Milan: Elliot Management, the secrets
- Inter process (trial) Pioli: A black month
- Mirante, straight to the heart: “Women, lasagne, football and I am back in Bologna”
Corriere dello Sport, Front Page, Thursday 20 April 2017
Champions League: Juve masterpiece, Barca dry at Camp Nou
Allegri flies into the semi-final: now Real, Atletico or Monaco
Bianconeri were perfect. Messi sent home: 0-0 after 15 consecutive victories
Neymar in tears
Think big, now it is possible
- Milan: Let’s discover the new Rossoneri director of sport
Mirabelli, from Inter to Galliani’s office
Roma coup: Jesus Navas is Monchi’s first gift
Tutto Sport, Front Page, Thursday 20 April 2017
Champions League: Barça out, Juve in the semi-final
So much for a remuntada: Messi, Neymar and Suarez bounce off the Bianconeri wall (0-0)
Tomorrow the draw: there are Real, Atletico and Monaco, who eliminated Dortmund
Over 100 families from all over Italy sent Belotti photographs, letters and video messages begging him not to go.
“You make us dream”
The forward is moved, and even celebrated by the Financial Times