Stunned Barcelona captain Iniesta: This could be my last Champions League game

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La Blaugrana midfielder Andres Iniesta has stated that the game against AS Roma could have been his last game for Barcelona in the Champions League.

Iniesta has won four Champions League titles with Barcelona is an iconic player for the Catalan side and if he is to leave Barca and bid goodbye to the Champions League then it could be considered a awful blow for football as well, particularly given the way that this midfield maestro has dominated the European football scene with his football.

Trialling 4-1 from the first-leg, the Italians dominated Lionel Messi and co, winning 3-0 and advancing to the semi-finals on the away goal rule.

Edin Dzeko, Daniel De Rossi and Kostas Manolas scored the three goals to stun Ernesto Valverde's side in Rome.

Iniesta's future with Barcelona is up in the air, with the club legend setting an April 30 deadline to decide on his future.

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The Barca captain has hinted he may leave his lifelong club at the end of the season and move to the Chinese Super League which he said "makes this hurt even more".

"It's painful because no one expected this after the advantage we had but you realise what the reality of the Champions League is like when you do things badly, when you make lots of errors, when you don't adapt to the game", a visibly distraught Iniesta told reporters.

With a big-money offer from China on the table, Iniesta admitted that Tuesday could have been the final time he wears a Barcelona shirt in the Champions League.

"Was it my last game in the Champions League? It's hard to take this elimination because we had a lot of hope and it has escaped".

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