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They said AC Milan had found a way to stop him. They said Italian teams were his Kryptonite. They were wrong.
Lionel Messi barely got a kick against Milan at the San Siro, but in the return leg at Camp Nou, Barcelona’s resident genius aired his sublime talent in a two-goal masterclass that sparked a memorable comeback.
Messi took just five minutes to make his mark—sending an instinctive shot into the top corner despite being completely surrounded by defenders in white.
The second arrived on 40 minutes, when Messi’s immaculate control led to a shot that he sent through a defender’s legs. That made it 2-2 and aggregate. From there, Messi was to the fore as Barca dominated possession and went for the kill.
David Villa’s goal put them ahead before Messi’s breakaway helped shape a fourth for Jordi Alba.
They called for a big performance. Messi delivered.
Credit deserves to flow in for Villa too, who had an excellent performance for the Catalan club, but it was the man feeding off him who did the damage.
It was the man who seemingly always does the damage who struck here.
The onus, it seems, is now back on the defenses of the teams that Barca will face in the remainder of the Champions League to try to stop La Blaugrana. For even Milan, with their brilliant first leg, were left stunned and without answer to the creative mastery that Messi produced this week.
It wasn’t drastic, but it was profound, and it could well be the tactical adjustment that allows Barca to establish itself as the European favorites once more.
Especially if Messi, and Villa, continue to take the field together.
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Barcelona pulled off a remarkable Champions League comeback when Lionel Messi scored twice in a thrilling 4-0 home win over AC Milan on Tuesday that sent the Spaniards through to the last eight 4-2 on aggregate. Trailing from last month’s last 16, first leg at the San Siro, Barca were ahead in the fifth minute at a raucous Nou Camp thanks to Messi’s brilliant curling effort and the World Player of the Year levelled the tie on aggregate five minutes before halftime with a powerful low drive.
Barca ruthlessly dominated the Italians, who struggled to get the ball out of their own half for long periods, and David Villa struck a third for the hosts 10 minutes after the break before Jordi Alba killed off Milan with a breakaway goal in the second minute of added time.
Barca are the first team in the Champions League to ever overturn a two-goal first leg deficit without the benefit of an away goal while only four sides had successfully fought back from a deficit of more than one goal.
“We started really fired up, as you have seen. The early goal helped us a lot, but it was something we looked for from the first minute,” Villa told Spanish television.
“We believed we could do it from the first minute, in fact from the final whistle of the last game. We are delighted for the fans. We always believed we could do it. For them, and with them, we have done it.”
Roared on by close to 90,000 supporters inside their giant arena, fired-up Barca harried and hassled Milan from the start.
The early goal they desperately needed arrived when Messi exchanged passes with Xavi on the edge of the Milan area and curled a brilliant shot into the top corner that left goalkeeper Christian Abbiati rooted to the spot.
Milan were under increasing pressure and Abbiati palmed an Iniesta volley against the crossbar eight minutes later before a long-range Xavi strike flew narrowly wide.
Barca’s intensity dipped as the half wore on and Milan came within a whisker of snatching the goal that would have meant the hosts needed to score at least three times to go through.
Barcelona centre back Javier Mascherano misjudged a header and Milan striker M’Baye Niang raced clear but his low shot crashed back off the post with home keeper Victor Valdes beaten.
Moments later Barca doubled their lead on the night and drew level at 2-2 on aggregate. Andres Iniesta won the ball in midfield and fed Messi who smashed a low drive past Abbiati from just outside the penalty area.
Barca continued to dominate in the second half and Villa justified his inclusion in the starting lineup when Xavi sent him clear on the right and he struck a perfect left-foot shot high into the corner.
The Spain forward made way for Alexis Sanchez 15 minutes from time and it was the Chilean who set up Alba to fire home Barca’s fourth which eased the tension among the home fans and killed off Milan’s hopes.