Barcelona's Champions League away woes continue after Juve thrashing

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Luis Enrique's men extended their futility away from Camp Nou with Tuesday's big loss to Juventus.

Barcelona are finding things exceedingly difficult in away matches lately.

Just a few days after suffering a 2-0 defeat at Malaga in La Liga, Barca extended their recent futility away from Camp Nou to the Champions League with a 3-0 loss at Juventus.

Juve are unbeatable at home

Tuesday's rout was bad enough on its own, but when combined with a 4-0 loss to PSG in Paris back in February it means that Barca have conceded at least three goals in consecutive Champions League away games for the first time since October 2000.

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In addition, Tuesday's loss marked the first time the Blaugrana have lost consecutive Champions League away matches under Luis Enrique.

"There's no place like home" is a statement made famous in The Wizard of Oz, but lately it's become a reality of life for Barcelona, who also lost at Deportivo La Coruna last month.

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