Juventus advanced into the semi-finals of Europe's elite club competition after seeing off the Catalan giants 3-0 on aggregate, following up their Turin rout with a goalless draw at the Nou Camp on Wednesday night.
Barcelona came across the same situation last month as they were defeated by PSG by 4-0 in the round 16 first leg. but they defeated them in the second leg and qualified for the quarter-finals.
"We don't have anything to lose".
Monaco, looking to become the first French side in the Champions League semi-finals since Lyon seven years ago, are missing the banned Fabinho as well as Djibril Sidibe, who is recovering from appendicitis. But as I said at the beginning, if we can raise doubts in Juventus and have energy to attack the whole game, we can do it. "Scoring three in the first leg and not conceding at the Camp Nou is the evidence that we are a great team".
Lionel Messi came closest to giving Barca a route back into the contest with four strikes at goal but failed to hit the target with any of them and frequently came up short against Juve's intimidating centre-back pairing of Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci.
"Overall they were the better team and deserved to go through", Pique told BeIN Sports Spain.More news: Korea trade after its trucks haul missiles
"That said, we have the potential and the players to turn around this elimination, or at least to try".
"In the previous tie we were able to overcome an even more hard result", he said. "There were certain periods, particularly in defence, when we showed we're a real team". I think that's essential if you want to get the best out of yourself and improve.
"They are Italians, they know how to defend well and they are specialists in that area. We created chances but little by little we realised we had a mountain to climb".
Even Barcelona coach Luis Enrique, clearly depressed by his side's performance last week, admitted another miracle was "unlikely".
"Barcelona failing to score goals over two legs is nearly unheard of", Allegri told Mediaset Premium.
- This is only the third time that Barcelona have scored no goals in a two-legged elimination tie in the modern Champions League. I have never seen Camp Nou react well to a defeat.