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Dybala: I'm very happy at Juventus and my contract renewal is close Another Barcelona debacle


Two goals from Paulo Dybala helped Juventus on their way to a strong 3-0 first leg win against Barcelona in the Champions League, with the Argentine striking in the first half to make the most of a slow start from the visitors.
Given his two goals, and his excellent performances in general since pulling on the shirt of Juventus, the Argentina international wasn't to be drawn into any gossip.
"I am very happy at Juventus, my contract renewal is very close and I want to make the most of what we are doing here. I am going to try to give the fans plenty to be happy about," he told Mega.
Giorgio Chiellini added a third for the home side after the break from a corner, before the Bianconeri did well to ensure that Lionel Messi and company didn't manage to snatch an all-important away goal.
"We knew that the game was going to be like this, with Barcelona leaving a lot of gaps, attacking a lot and allowing us to exploit the gaps on the counter attack where we were lethal," Dybala said after the game.
"With the goal from Chiellini it allowed us to close out the game and we have a positive result."Barcelona had some chances to score, it was very important for us not to concede."
Dybala was keen to put the game behind him, but similarly wasn't phased about heading to the scene of one of the Champions League's greatest ever comebacks.
"Now it will be different, to go there [Camp Nou] with all of their fans behind them, but we will give our best," he added.
"The 6-1? We aren't thinking about that, we're going to enjoy what we've done, and then on Sunday we will think about Barcelona.
"We know them, we are going to give our best to get a good result in Barcelona so we are able to go through. 
"We are not going to sit back, we have to go out and pressure them, because we will definitely have chances of our own."

Bartra undergoes successful operation after targeted Dortmund bus attack


Borussia Dortmund's Champions League tie with Monaco has been delayed and Marc Bartra has undergone surgery on a broken bone in his hand after a number of explosions hit the team bus.Having been taken to hospital to tend to wounds on his arm as bus windows shattered on impact, the club have confirmed that the centre-back required an operation with no others physically harmed.
The delay reported across Signal Iduna Park
 
The delay reported across Signal Iduna Park
Sources close to the player indicate that he is recorving well from the operation.The father of Mikel Merino, the other Spanish footballer of Borussia Dortmund who was inside the bus, told Carrusel Deportivo that the players felt three objects hit the team bus. "My son was on the bus, he was not scared, the objects have blown glass and the worst part was taken by Batra, two obejcts exploded from behind, Bartra has damaged his arm," he explained with police confirming the three hits.
A sombre calm as the fans leave Signal Iduna Park
The explosion occurred at the team hotel, just over 10 kilometres from the stadium in Hoechsten, located outside the city, according to police. 
Any sense of the attackers' identity has yet to emerge."The bus turned into the main street, when there was a huge explosion," goakeeper Roman Burki recounted to Blick. "I was in the back row next to Bartra, who was hit by shards of the broken window. "After the explosion, we all ducked down on the bus and got on the floor. We didn't know what else was going to happen. The police were quickly on the scene and they handled the situation."We're all shocked."
Monaco goalkeeper Danijel Subasic told Croatian daily newspaper 24sata soon after the incident: "We are currently in the stadium, in a safe place, but the feeling's horrible."The club have confirmed the quarter-final first leg to be delayed by a day, and will take place at 18:45 CET on Wednesday.Police said initial investigations showed that the blasts near Borussia's team bus on Tuesday were caused by "serious explosives"."After the initial investigation, we assume that this was an attack with serious explosives," Dortmund police said on its @polizei_nrw_do Twitter feed.
BVB said in a statement: "Shortly after the departure of the Borussia Dortmund team bus from the hotel to the stadium there was an incident."The bus has been damaged in two places. One person has been injured and is in the hospital. At this point we will inform as soon as we know more."Bartra, 26, joined Dortmund for eight million euros last year from Barcelona, after coming through the Catalan club's youth system. He has made 12 appearances for the Spanish national team.Borussia Dortmund's managing director Hans-Joachim Watzke was quoted telling Sky TV: "The whole team is in a state of shock."


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