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Barcelona vs Manchester United - Champions League Quarter-Final: RESULT

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Barcelona 3-0 Manchester United, RESULT (4-0 agg): Lionel Messi brace and Philippe Coutinho strike see hosts through to Champions League semisBarcelona vs Man United's quarter-final second leg kicks-off tonight at 8pm BST UK viewers will be able to watch Champions League clash live on BT Sport 2Barca have never lost a home match in European competition against Man Utd

If there were any illusions, Manchester United now know how far they must travel under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The gulf that exists between them, and the elite of the European game.

A panicked opening aside, this was as comfortable as the scoreline suggests, the game never in doubt after 20 minutes, Barcelona and Lionel Messi superior, the weakness in this United group heartlessly exposed. When Alexis Sanchez came on to a warm reception with 11 minutes to go, it was a reminder. The player that United broke the bank to recruit is in essence a Barcelona cast-off. Those that are good enough to make it at Nou Camp will not be leaving for Old Trafford any time soon. Barcelona is the home of the best in a way Manchester United has not been for some time now.

Messi has not scored at the quarter-final stage of this competition since April 2013 against Paris Saint-Germain - although he has had 50 shots - but he made up for it here. As for Philippe Coutinho, any thoughts he may be have cause to regret his move from Liverpool, will be countered by nights like this – and the goal that gave the scoreline the emphasis it deserved. 

CLICK HERE to read Martin Samuel's match report from the Nou Camp in full. 

Barcelona host Manchester United in their Champions League quarter-final second leg at Nou Camp.

Man United got off to a bad start in the first leg against Barca after Luke Shaw turned in Luis Suarez' header to score an own goal to give Lionel Messi and Co the important away goal.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men will hope they can repeat their PSG victory in the last 16 that saw them overturn their two goal deficit in the first leg with 3-1 result at Parc des Princes to win on away goals.

Sportsmail's Luke Augustus will provide live Champions League coverage including  score, lineups and build-up. 


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