AS Roma striker Edin Dzeko says his side 'fear no one' as they await their UEFA Champions League semi-final opponent ahead of Friday's draw with the likes of Real Madrid and Bayern Munich also vying for the final slot in Kiev next month.
Dzeko's lone strike in the first leg at Barcelona proved vital as Roma pulled off a sensational second-leg comeback to beat Barcelona 3-0 and reach the Champions League semi-finals on away goals.
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Dzeko who has scored three goals in his past three Champions League games against Barcelona, more than he has netted against any other club in the competition is delighted with the stylish way Roma secured the semis ticket and says he's confident they can take on any of the other three teams.
"It is difficult to believe but we did it and did it in style. Nobody believed in us before the game - they gave us a 5% chance of winning - but against such a team like Barcelona, you expect that after losing the first game 4-1.
"The win is difficult to describe. We lost against Fiorentina in the league three days ago but we played an amazing game today and had even more chances to score.
"It was great teamwork from the first to the last minute. It is the first time in history to knock out Barcelona 3-0 and that makes it even more special.
"We will enjoy the semi-finals - I do not fear anyone. They are all top teams. I am just happy to see my team in the draw." Dzeko has scored in three consecutive Champions League appearances for only the second time, and the first since December 2009 with Wolfsburg told BT Sport