But Messi made the difference and, when you have the opportunity to make a great compliment to Messi, it's right to praise a super, super, super top player. In the last game we played at home we suffered against them (drawing 0-0). A club spokesman said: "We are aware of reports of incidents outside the ground before the game where a number of Chelsea fans were hurt..."
The 29-year-old Busquets has played in all of Barca's UEFA Champions League games this season and only missed three of their league games.
The win was signed, sealed and delivered though, in the second half, when mistake from Cesar Azpilicueta allowed Messi to net his second goal of the game, making it 3-0, whilst also scoring his 100th goal in Champions League football.
"I think this question is for the coach of the national team, not for me", Conte said when asked for his thoughts.
"We're talking about Barcelona or Spanish police and stewards".
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"You are talking about a player who every season can score 60 goals, not just in one season".
Willian had been robbed by the post twice in the first leg while on Wednesday a Marcos Alonso free-kick smacked off the post while Antonio Rudiger headed against the woodwork late on. The victory secured them a place in the quarter-finals of the competition.
For £135.5 million, Barcelona hope Dembele can develop into much more than a Ferrari. From the edge of the box, Messi supplied Dembele with an incredible ball.
"This is a great story for Barcelona and Messi. We have to go and move on and to prepare for the game against Leicester on Sunday".
Then there is the small matter of the Champions League where they have been drawn to face Italian club AS Roma in the quarter-finals after eliminating Premier League champions Chelsea in the last round. "We enjoy him. We're lucky enough to be seeing something that will go down in history".