Andres Iniesta believes Barcelona simply must attack and ‘then we’ll see what Juventus do’ in the second leg of their Champions League tie.
The Blaugrana trail the Italian champions 3-0 on aggregate following their first leg defeat in Turin last week but their captain believes a comeback is possible with their attacking potential.
“We can’t have any other approach to the game than to attack,” Iniesta explained in his pre-match press conference.
“We have to attack, create as many chances as possible then we’ll see what Juventus do or don’t do.
“Whether they sit back and defend or try to push us high up, our approach won’t change because the situation demands that there can only be one approach.
“We can’t contemplate the possibility of relaxing, we have to try to score goals and limit our opponents’ chances.
“It’s true that during the match, depending on how it’s going, there will be times where we either need to attack more quickly or more patiently, with more possession of the ball.
“The style of football we’re going to play is very clear though, and that’s what we’ll try to do from kick-off.”