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Messi vs Dybala - Who was best?

Messi vs Dybala - Who was best?

Juventus forward Paulo Dybala outshone his countryman Lionel Messi when scoring twice as Barcelona lost 3-0 in Turin last week. But the older Argentinian had an opportunity to make amends against Juve and show up his young rival when the teams reunited at the Nou Camp for today's Champions League quarter-final. Here, Press Association Sport determines...

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