Barcelona drew (0-0) against Olympique Lyonnais in their Champions League last-16 first leg on Tuesday as both sides remained unbeaten in this season's competition.
The La Liga leaders dominated the match at the Groupama stadium but lacked accuracy up front and their goalkeeper Marc Andre ter Stegen made two great saves that could’ve given the lead to Lyon.
Lyon was lively in the first half but they slowed down after the break and were holding on in the closing stages as Lionel Messi tried to open up the home defense.
Barca had a total of 25 shots but only five were on target and their best chance came in the last crucial minute when Sergio Busquets's attempt was tipped over the bar by Anthony Lopes.
The second leg will be at the Nou Camp on March 13th, a game where Lyon will have their French striker and Captain Nabil Fekir, who was suspended for the first leg against Barca.