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Barcelona vs. Roma live stream info, TV channel: How to watch Champions League quarterfinal second leg on TV, stream online
When: Tuesday at 2:45 p.m. ET
TV: FS2 and FOX Deportes
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Barcelona are all but secured of a place in the Champions League semi-finals as they travel to face Roma in their quarter-final second leg.
Own goals from Daniele Di Rossi and Kostas Manolas arguably ended the contest after just 55 minutes of the first leg, though Edin Dzeko’s away goal gives the Italian’s a glimmer of hope.
Roma have a clean bill of health, and no suspensions with Eusebio Di Francesco planning a historic result as inspirational midfielder Radja Nainggolan returns. Lionel Messi warmed up for the second leg with a hat-trick against Leganes.
Roma v Barcelona – Match preview
Roma have it all to do when they host Barcelona in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final on Tuesday night.
The Italians go into the game 4-1 down after a torrid night at the Nou Camp where they gifted their hosts’ two own-goals.
First Daniele de Rossi slid into his own net before Kostas Manolas bundled another in.
Gerard Pique tapped in Barcelona’s third before Edin Dzeko pulled one back to give La Lupa hope.
But Luis Suarez scored his first Champions League goal in more than a year to complete the rout and allow Barcelona to have one foot in the door of their first semi-final spot since 2014-15, when they last won the tournament.
Roma v Barcelona – Key stats
Barcelona have won 20 of their last 21 Champions League games at the Camp Nou (D1), including each of their five games this season.
Roma have conceded 11 goals in their three Champions League trips to Barcelona – more than against any other side on the road in the competition.
Roma are just the third different side to breach Barcelona’s defence at the Camp Nou in the last 10 Champions League games after PSG and Olympiakos.
Kostas Manolas’s own goal was the 13th that Barcelona have benefited from in the Champions League; only Real Madrid (15) have benefited from more.
In fact, Barcelona have benefited from five own goals this CL season, the most ever in a Champions League season.
Roma are just the fourth side in Champions League history to score two own goals in a single game and the first since Galatasaray in September 2015 against FC Astana.
Andrés Iniesta made his 21st quarter-final appearance in the Champions League; no player has more (also, Ryan Giggs and Xavi).
Only Roberto Carlos (16) and Ivan Helguera (15) have scored more goals than Piqué (12) amongst defenders in the Champions League.
Edin Dzeko has had a hand in 58% of Roma’s 12 goals in the Champions League this season (5 goals, 2 assists).
After failing to score with his first 30 shots in the Champions League this season, Luis Suarez finally scored with his 31st effort.