LEONARDO BONUCCI and Giorgio Chiellini may have stopped Lionel Messi from scoring in the second leg, but they still had the Argentinian ace on their minds after full-time.
Juventus produced a tactical masterclass against Barcelona in the Champions League on Wednesday evening to advance through to the semi-finals after drawing 0-0.
Over two legs, Luis Enrique’s men failed to penetrate the defence of the Serie A giants, with centre-backs Bonucci and Chiellini key to their success.
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After the 0-0 draw at the Nou Camp, the two Italians then battled each-other as they both vied to take home Messi’s shirt.
The two were playfully fighting one another for the 29-year-old’s jersey, but Bonucci came out on top after the Barca star agreed to the swap.
Bonucci said after the game: “Getting Messi’s shirt at the end of the game? I was pleased to have the jersey of the best player in the world. My son will be very happy.”
Last week, Massimiliano Allegri’s side swept the Catalan club away in Turin, winning 3-0 as Paulo Dybala scored a brilliant brace, before Chiellini added a third.
Juventus join Monaco, Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid in the final four, with Gianluigi Buffon eyeing up a first Champions League title with the Old Lady.