Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri looks ahead to tonight's crucial game against Manchester City in UEFA Champions League Group D:
It is an important game because it could determine who comes first in the group. We've got to aim to win as it is the only result that guarantees us qualification. Our aim was to win the group, but just qualifying would still be a big result for us. If we don't get a win, then we'll be reliant on Sevilla's game at Gladbach, but we've got to aim to play 95 minutes as we have to do, aware we're up against one of the strongest sides in Europe.
The Catalan media has been celebrating Barcelona's awesome performance against Roma, with newspaper Sport headlining their edition "Another Festival – Barcelona give another recital of goals and spectacular play."
Fellow Catalan daily Mundo Deportivo also saw Luis Enrique's side's virtuoso performance as a spectacle, titling their edition '"Sh6w time – After the thrashing of Madrid, Barcelona produce another exhibition in the Champions League."
National newspaper El Pais meanwhile focused on the influence of a fully fit Lionel Messi, the outstanding performer in his first start for the Catalanas in two months. Their mach report is titled "Welcome back Mr Messi", with journalist Ramon Besa writing: "Barça enjoyed themselves against Roma, playing easily and happily, trotting around Camp Nou like their own home, with an open pitch, with barely any response from Roma."
Mundo Deportivo lauded Barcelona's performance against Roma