The first half offered a lot of liveliness on both sides and although as was expected Barcelona kept the ball and possesion,while Milan waited them in a very dense schedule at the edge of his penalty area.
In the first quarter-final match of Champions League Barcelona played 0-0 with Milan despite domination, and had a number of scoring opportunities. However, chances also had Milan footballers …
After two defeats since Barcelona in the group stage of Champions League competition this year it seems that the Italian champions Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri still found some sort of response to the Barcelona game, and opportunities for Ibrahimovic and Robinho could be a long time to complain.
After first two games these teams played in group stage, it seems that the coach of Italian champions Milan Massimiliano Allegri founded some sort of response to Barca game, and Ibrahimovic and Robinho opportunities could be a long time regrets.
Both teams had chances, but neither Barcelona nor Milan were able to score in a 0-0 draw, so the Champions League quarterfinal tie will be decided at the Nou Camp next week..
Milan: Abbiati, Mexès, Nesta (Mesbah 75), Bonera, Antonini, Seedorf, Nocerino, Ambrosini, Boateng (Emanuelson 67), Ibrahimović, Robinho (El Sharrawy 52)
Barcelona: Valdés, Alves, Piqué, Puyol, Xavi, Iniesta (Tello 65), Mascherano, Keita, Busquets, Sánchez (Pedro 76), Messi
Highlights Milan 0-0 Barcelona