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Dybala wary of Barca comeback after leading Juve in crushing quarter-final win

Date Posted,April 11, 2017

Juventus goal hero Paulo Dybala has warned his side not to take anything for granted despite their 3-0 UEFA Champions League win over Barcelona in Turin.

Dybala hit two goals in the first half to give the Italians a comfortable lead heading into next week’s quarter-final second leg at the Nou Camp.

But the Argentina is mindful of Barcelona’s ability to bounce back from the dead after their stunning turn-around against Paris St Germain in the last eight.

Dybala said: “We played a great game and we made the best of the chances we had and it is certainly a great result ahead of the return leg in Barcelona.

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