- End of 2nd Half
- 2nd Half
- Cristiano Ronaldo90'
- de Ligt67'
- De SciglioCancelo64'
- 1/2 Time
- 1st Half
- van de Beek34'
- Cristiano Ronaldo28'
Juventus - Ajax
Champions League - 16 April 2019
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FT: Juventus 1-2 Ajax. Ronaldo and co are OUT! Ajax are into the last four for the first time since 1997 courtesy of a 3-2 win on aggregate. Ronaldo opened the scoring but it all went wrong for the Old Lady as the young Dutch side hit back through van de Beek and de Ligt.
- Yellow cardCristiano RonaldoJuventus
Ronaldo booked. His hopes of leading Juventus to glory in this competition will end on a sour note.
No penalty. Bentancur's cross seemed to hit Blind's hand at close quarters. But VAR decides against it.
Juve calling for a penalty. VAR is checking...
- OffHakim ZiyechAjax
- OnKlaas-Jan HuntelaarAjax
AJAX CHANGE: Huntelaar on for Ziyech.
Ajax look all set for the semi finals. What an achievement!
- OffDaley SinkgravenAjax
- OnLisandro MagallánAjax
AJAX CHANGE: Magallán on for Sinkgraven.
- OffFederico BernardeschiJuventus
- OnRodrigo BentancurJuventus
JUVENTUS CHANGE: Bentacur on for Bernarderschi.
Ziyech curves a sensational curler into the top corner from the left side of the area - but it's ruled out.
Juventus' hopes live on - for now...
Ajax are getting close to the last four. The clock is ticking far too quickly for Juve.
It should be over. Neres scuffs his volley horribly wide after racing onto Tadic's lofted pass.
Juventus need two to turn this around. All eyes on Ronaldo, but it's a big ask even for him.
Scone takes aim from a 30-yard free kick, but can't find the target.
- Yellow cardEmre CanJuventus
Ajax fully deserve that. This is such an exciting, young side to watch.
- GoalMatthijs de LigtAjax
GOAL! The visitors lead! De Ligt leaps high into the air and powers home a right-wing corner with a thumping downward header (Ajax lead 3-2 on aggregate).
It is all Ajax. The Dutch side deserve to be ahead, but they just can't find what would surely be a crucial second away goal.
- OffMattia De SciglioJuventus
- OnJoão CanceloJuventus
JUVENTUS CHANGE: De Sciglio off, Cancelo on.
That's some clearance from Pjanic.
Ajax rip Juve open again. Tadic bursts free on the right off the box and lays it towards the far post for Ziyech, but Pjanic somehow diverts it to safety on the stretch.
Ronaldo takes it down on his thigh, spins Blind and sends Kean away but the youngster's thumping drive flashes wide of the near post.
Szczesny produces another super save as he flings himself to his left to get fingertips to van de Beek's 25-yard curler.
Matuidi makes a desperate challenge deep inside his own area as Ajax threaten once more.
There's plenty of nervous tension inside the stadium. Ajax are on top here.
Ronaldo arrives at the far post to meet another corner, but he's underneath it and can't direct it off the top of his head.
How big will that save prove to be in the grand scheme of this tie?
What a save! Juventus give the ball away deep in their own territory and Ajax pour forward. It's fed to Ziyech, but the Ajax man sees his shot brilliantly kept out by the strong arm of Szczesny.
Blind meets the resulting corner but it doesn't trouble Szczesny.
Ajax probe and cut through the heart of the Juventus defence again. Tadic offers up another lovely flick and van de Beek sees his low shot deflected behind.
This chap wants more from his teammates in this half.
- OffPaulo DybalaJuventus
- OnMoise KeanJuventus
JUVENTUS HT CHANGE: Dybala off, Kean on.
- 2nd Half
KICK OFF! Ajax get the second period underway. If the Dutch side score again, Juve will need two!
- End of 1st Half
HT: Juventus 1-1 Ajax. Its all square on the night and in the tie. Ronaldo's opener cancelled out by van de Beek.
Ronaldo steps up but smashes his shot straight into the wall.
Free kick to Juve. It's 30-35 yards out. Ronaldo over it...
Five minutes added!
Can charges towards goal from deep. Ajax let him go and the former Liverpool man surges to the edge of the area before tumbling as he looked to shoot. Juve want a free kick but it seems he fell too easily. Blind didn't actually appear to touch him.
VIDEO: Ronaldo's opener.
There was another lengthy VAR check, but once more the goal was given.
- GoalDonny van de BeekAjax
GOAL! It's all square! Ajax have that away goal back as van de Beek takes a shot from distance in his stride and coolly fires into the bottom corner. (It's 2-2 on aggregate).
- GoalCristiano RonaldoJuventus
GOAL! The hosts lead and, of course, it's you know who. Ronaldo arrives on cue to plant a firm header from Pjanic's right-wing corner into the net - (Juventus lead 2-1 on aggregate).
Ronaldo thunders a header into the corner of the Ajax net - but it's been referred for a VAR check.
Schone feeds Veltman in acres of space on the right. However, his cross arcs into an empty area. It's a bit of a waste but Ajax are beginning to pose more questions.
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Dybala lets fly from 35 yards but sees his superb attempt well saved by Onana.
Neres races in from the right but sees his shot from a clever flick by Tadic blocked. It falls for Donny van de Beek but he can only fire over from close-in on the stretch.
Best chance so far!
Federico Bernarderschi escapes his man and jinks towards the area from the right. He looks to slip Ronaldo in as he's faced by two defenders, but his pass towards Juve's main man is overhit.
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Messi. Who else?
Elsewhere in the CL tonight, it's been a bit more lively at the Camp Nou.
Lasse Schöne is fortunate to avoid a caution after flying into a late challenge on Alex Sandro.
Hakim Ziyech floats a free kick from midway in the Juventus half straight into the arms of Wojciech Szczesny. That's a rather poor delivery but at least gives the home keeper something to do.
Juventus made the brighter start but there are signs Ajax are beginning to settle.
- OffNoussair MazraouiAjax
- OnDaley SinkgravenAjax
AJAX CHANGE: Sinkgraven on for Mazraoui.
Mazraoui slumps to the turf once more. He's tried to soldier on but it seems his night is going to end prematurely. That's a big blow for the visitors early doors.
DID YOU KNOW? Ajax have been knocked out on two of the three previous occasions when they have drawn the first leg of a Champions League tie at home.
Mazraoui is hobbling but is now back in the action. Let's see if that magic sponge has worked!
Mazraoui is down and looks in a bit of pain after planting his foot awkwardly as he locked horns with Dybala.
Onana gets lucky as his casual clearance is blocked by Can. It could go anywhere, but flies behind for a goal kick.
STAT: Juventus are unbeaten in their past 10 meetings with Ajax. It's the joint longest run for a European encounter, along with Bayern Munich v Benfica.
Joël Veltman goes up for an early aerial challenge and inadvertently catches Ronaldo in the face. The Portuguese looks unimpressed but will quickly shrug it off and get on with it.
- 1st Half
KICK OFF! Juventus get this second leg up and running.
As we get set for kick off, let's have a quick look at the teams.
Juventus make three changes from the first leg with Mattia De Sciglio, Emre Can and Paulo Dybala all starting.
Noussair Mazraoui replaces the suspended Nicolas Tagliafico for Ajax while the inspirational Frenkie De Jong has been passed fit despite coming off with a hamstring problem in Saturday's 6-2 win over Excelsior.
TERRIFIC TADIC: Dusan Tadic has had a big hand in 53 per cent of Ajax's 17 Champions League goals this term. That's six goals and three assists to be exact.
Erik ten Hag: "I'm confident because of the way we are playing and training. We are stronger and we are showing it game by game. "Juventus are the favourites, especially after the Amsterdam result. If we play well, we can overcome any limit."
More from Allegri - the Juve boss wants the same intensity his team showed in beating Atletico Madrid at home in the last round when they face Ajax tonight.
Massimiliano Allegri: "Cristiano has extraordinary quality. In certain moments he becomes an unstoppable player and you can see it on his face."
CONFIRMED TEAMS – JUVENTUS: Szczesny, De Sciglio, Bonucci, Rugani, Alex Sandro, Pjanic, Matuidi, Emre Can, Bernardeschi, Dybala, Ronaldo... Subs: Pinsoglio, Cancelo, Barzagli, Spinazzola, Bentancur, Khedira, Kean. /// AJAX: Onana, Veltman, De Ligt, Van de Beek, Mazraoui, Blind, Schone, De Jong, Ziyech, Tadic, Neres... Subs: Varela, Sinkgraven, Huntelaar, Magallan, Dolberg, De Wit, Ekkelenkamp.
Hello and welcome to LIVE updates of the Champions League quarter final, second leg between Juventus and Ajax in Turin.
The tie is finely poised following the 1-1 draw in the first leg in Amsterdam. The Dutch side dominated for long spells but fell behind to a superb Cristiano Ronaldo header on the stroke of half time. However, Ajax deservedly levelled straight after the restart through David Neres.
Who will claim that much-coveted semi final berth and a clash with Manchester City or Tottenham? We’ll soon find out - kick off 20:00 BST.