JUVENTUS celebrated their Champions League triumph against Barcelona with what looked like chicken and chips.
The Old Lady went through 3-0 on aggregate after drawing 0-0 at the Nou Camp to secure their place in Friday’s semi-final draw.
And the some stars such as Gonzalo Higuain seemed to be enjoying the least Italian meal to toast their success.
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There looks to be a pile of the takeaway favourite of chicken and the deep fried potato dish and a dollop of ketchup.
Higuain was reported to have been put on a strict diet after his £75million summer move.
The Argentinian looked slighly worse for wear in a tight fitting top during his first game for the club.
Boss Max Allegri clearly does not share the same views of former Juve manager Antonio Conte.
The Chelsea boss was reported to have BANNED ketchup near the start of this season.
Italian Conte also told his players they would not be allowed to consume pizza, fizzy drinks and brown sauce as part of a strict diet.
There was chicken on his menu, but chips were off the menu and replaced with lighter and more healthy options.
Leaked images from 2014 showed Barcelona players would scoff down pizzas before their games.
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Meanwhile, Juve star Leonardo Bonucci has claimed their fellow semi finalists Monaco and the Madrid clubs should fear the Serie A giants.
Bonucci told Mediaset Premium: "We knew they were coming to push us high, running a few risks at the back, but we did well to be united and compact when defending, above all thanks to Dani Alves and Mario Mandzukic for pressuring their full-backs.
"It was a performance of great unity and solidity.
"We have belief in ourselves, because scoring three goals against Barcelona and then keeping a clean sheet at Camp Nou proves we are a great team. Now there are another two steps to go.
"We should've done better when playing out of defence and going on the counter.
"Nonetheless, we still created several chances and it was hard to approach it any other way in the circumstances. We just failed to convert our opportunities."