Juve and Barca meet for the tenth time in Champions League history on Tuesday, the second in just three seasons after both clubs went all the way to the Berlin final in 2015.
Luis Enrique was in the Barcelona XI the last time these two met in a two-legged tie, at the same stage of the competition in 2003. During the first leg at the Stadio delle Alpi, Paolo Montero had put Marcello Lippi's charges a goal to the good before Javier Saviola’s strike ensured it was advantage Barcelona for the return match a week later.
Determined to cancel out the away goal, Juventus went in front on 53 minutes in the return leg through Pavel Nedved, only for Edgar Davids to be sent off and Barca’s Xavi to equalise and force extra-time.
With penalties looming, Marcelo Zalayeta stooped to head in Alessandro Birindelli’s cross with 114 minutes on the clock, send the travelling supporters wild and the Bianconeri into the semi-finals where they would go on to eliminate Real Madrid in similarly spectacular fashion.