It was 1-0 to Roma after just eight minutes into the match as Barcelona were stunned by the early strike from the rejuvenated Bosnia who recorded his third goal in three consecutive Champions League matches.
Per Sport's Victor Vallespir, the former said it was a "sad day" for the club and added: "The message is that we're sorry for all Barca fans around the world".
Dzeko set Roma on their way to a remarkable recovery against Barca, scoring the opener and then earning a penalty in a 3-0 win which saw the Giallorossi upset the odds.
Neither of the pair had a night to remember in a match in which a single Barcelona goal would have all-but guaranteed their progression, and with Radja Nainggolan, Daniele De Rossi and Kevin Strootman often overwhelming the visitors' midfield, the extra bodies could have lightened their team-mates' load.
They are only the third team ever to win a Champions League knockout tie having lost the first leg by such a large margin.
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We'll struggle and provides the whole lot for the three factors which might assist us get out of the relegation struggle utterly'. Chelsea were booed off at full-time and, asked if they could still make the top four, Conte said: "I don't know".
It was Roma's first entry to the semifinals of the Champions League since 1982/83 season.
Entering the second leg with little hope and a mountain to climb, Roma started the clash with a bang as Edin Dzeko opened the floodgates for his side in the 6th minute of the match.
"We will come back stronger next season".
De Rossi took positives from the first game at Camp Nou as Roma anxious Barcelona, noting that Ernesto Valverde's side are no longer the all-conquering outfit they once were.
Roma had to wait until the 58th minute for their next goal but Dzeko was a central figure again, holding up the ball before being hauled to the ground by defender Gerard Pique.
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The second, just before the half-hour mark was even more glaring, a free header on the penalty spot that should have hit the target.
"Of course we should believe in the Final. They beat us in all the ways, they took us where they wanted because they needed a big result, and unfortunately they got it". The first leg showed us Barcelona had a lot of quality, but not as much as a few years ago. "We put three goals past them and we could have scored more".
Manager Di Francesco said the aim of the change in formation was to make his side more risky down the flanks and also praised his players for their near-perfect display.
"I take the blame for defeats and some ungrateful words on social media, so I may as well take the credit for a win", he told Mediaset Premium.
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