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Juventus - Atlético Madrid
Champions League - 12 March 2019
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And there's the full-time whistle!
Absolutely astonishing night in Turin as Juventus came from two goals down to beat Atletico Madrid 3-0. Their Champions League dream is very much alive.
A tough couple of days of questioning ahead for Atletico...
As for Juventus this is exactly what they bought Ronaldo for. Anything else is irrelevant, this is all the club care about...
Just stoppage time left for Atletico. This has been a timid performance for a team renowned for their character.
Question marks for SImeone and his side...
- Goal by penaltyCristiano RonaldoJuventus
GOAL! JUVENTUS 3-0 ATLETICO (RONALDO)
No doubt from Ronaldo, he sends it into the bottom corner.
PENALTY TO JUVENTUS!
Terrible from Correa as he lets Bernardeschi get away from him and then pushes him in the back.
No guesses as to who will take it...
WHAT A CHANCE!
An Atletico attack broke down and then a ball over top gets Kean away via a flick off Gimenez. Oblak doesn't know whether to come or stay and Kean eventually drags wide. Golden opportunity.
Blimey what a change this is from Max Allegri.
Mandzukic is off and he turns to 19-year-old Moise Kean, that Atletico defence is in for a lot more work...
Another Atletico free-kick and again it is a waste.
Straight into the arms of Szczesny...
Atleti do have a chance from a free-kick, something you think that would play into their hands but they totally waste it.
Juve are piling on the pressure here and right now Atletico are on the ropes.
Will the Old Lady find that third goal?
Have a word with yourself Giorgio Chiellini – the centre-half goes down under the challenge of Alvaro Morata. Challenge is a fairly strong word. The Italy defender drops to the floor after the slightest of touches. Gamesmanship would be a generous term for that. Nothing doing here.
Please accept the delay in the commentary – a slight technical issue was the cause of it but that has now been corrected.
Atleti are struggling to deal with Juventus pumping crosses into the box tonight. Spinazzola sends one in towards Mandzukic, but there's a little too mcuh on it.
Griezmann finds space on the right, but his attempt to cut the ball back to Morata on the edge of the box is inaccurate.
Juve must stay defensively rock solid now.
The cross for Ronaldo's goal came from Cancelo.
As it stands, we're going to extra time!
- GoalCristiano RonaldoJuventus
Ronaldo with another header! It looked as if Oblak had kept it out at full stretch but it had crossed the line!
This is why Juventus bought him!
Bernardeschi has been excellent tonight...
- 2nd Half
THE SECOND HALF BEGINS!
Can Juventus get the second goal needed to push this tie into extra time? Can Atleti score and make the Old Lady require four goals to progess? Stay tuned!
No changes have been made at the half.
- End of 1st Half
Juve lead on the evening but trail 2-1 on aggregate. It's been an entertaining game with an excellent atmosphere. This one could go either way in the second 45...
Morata heads a perfectly placed cross over the bar! That could have killed the tie!
Juve have dominated the first half with nine attempts to Atleti's two. This is a high quality contest and it's all to play for!
Chiellini, who is now sporting a bloddied face thanks to his duel with Juanfran, sees his powerful header from a corner deflected wide!
Ronaldo leaps high in his typical salmon-like fashion for a Bernardeschi cross but guides his header wide! That was very close to the equaliser in the tie!
Pjanic sends a free kick deep into the box, looking for Can, but he puts way too much on it.
Bernardeschi has been escellent tonight, combining very well with Ronaldo and Mandzukic. The decision to leave out Dybala is justified so far.
Bernardeschi attempts a spectacular overhead kick from a Spinazzola cross! It would have been a goal of the season contender if it, er, didn't fly over the bar.
Bernardeschi takes the free kick himself and his curling effort flies over the bar!
It's surprising that Ronaldo didn't take that one.
Bernardeschi cleverly buys a free kick on the edge of the box, a little over 20 yards out...
Griezmann floats a cross into the box from distance, but there's little pace on it as Szczesny confidently collects.
That's Cristiano's 23rd goal against Atleti in all competitions. The atmosphere is electric in the stadium right now.
- GoalCristiano RonaldoJuventus
What a brilliant header fron Ronaldo! Bernardeschi's brilliant cross from the left is met at the backpost by the Juve talisman!
Juve win a corner. It's headed awkwardly by Chiellini before Spinazzola fluffs his lines with an attempted volley.
Griezmann hits a beautiful left-footed shot from 25 yards, which Sczesny parries away! But Morata, standing inbetween the 'keeper and the shot, is flagged for offside.
Koke looks to be in the crossing zone in the right channel, but he takes a shot instead. It flies over the bar.
Atleti won't get too many shooting chances tonight, so they should do better than that.
Bernardeschi threatens on the right and does very well to wriggle free in the centre, but his attempt to thread a ball through for Mandzukic ends end fired straight at Oblak. A wasted chance.
Rodrigo attempts a 20-yard shot but it's blocked. Lemar provided the build-up in the Atleti move - the Frenchman definitely looks like a threat on the left flank tonight.
Juve have had 70% possession so far.
Chiellini switches the ball to Cancelo, who appears to win a corner with an attempted cross... but it's given as a goal kick.
It's been a reaosnably lively start to the game. The disallowed goal showed some uncharacteristic wobbling at the back for an Atleti side who have five clean sheets in their last five games.
Ronaldo and Oblak were going for the same ball and the benefit has been given to the 'keeper, but the decision was not clear-cut.
We're awaiting the VAR verdict...
A corner floats in and Chiellini pokes it in but the ref gives a free kick against Ronaldo for a challenge on Oblak!
Matuidi has a low cross/shot in a crowded box, which Godin clears!
The ref has a word with Pjanic for a challenge near the halfway line and Saul takes the free kick.
AND WE'RE OFF!
The Dutch officials team, led by referee Bjorn Kuipers, get proceedings underway as Mandzukic takes the first touch!
More hope for the hosts: Juve have won 14 of 32 European ties in which they were trailing in the first leg.
Kick-off is 10 minutes away. It's 9C at the Juventus Stadium - perfect football weather - and the pitch (when it isn't staging a light show) is in pristine condition.
He may have dust on his Champions League knockout boots, but Alvaro Morata has scored three goals at Juventus Stadium in the competition.
Wojciech Szczęsny: "We believe in ourselves, because we are in good condition physically.
"If I have to bet, I'll bet on Cristiano Ronaldo. He is a player who can be decisive in these moments."
Atleti haven't lost to an Italian side for more than seven years...
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored four times in seven Champions League meetings with Atletico Madrid.
Juventus do have history of overturning a team from Madrid in this competition: in 1996, they came back from a 1-0 loss at the Bernabeu to beat Real Madrid 2-0 in Turin, with the help of a tremendous Alessandro Del Piero free kick. That season, they lifted the trophy.
Atleti have won their last five games, keeping a clean sheet in each. Juve have conceded in each of their last two outings.
One notable omission from the Juve lineup is Paolo Dybala, who may not be happy with sitting on the sideline's in the club's biggest game of the year. Perhaps the plan is to use him as an impact sub in the second half, but there is also a theory that he is not suited to the 4-3-3 with Ronaldo...
It's a tough task for Juventus tonight, who must win by at least two goals against an Atletico Madrid side who were by far superior in the first leg in the Spanish capital.
They've been knocked out of this competition by Spanish teams at the last two attempts and must rely on the game-changing capabilities of Cristiano Ronaldo - the man brought in to push the Old Lady over the line on the continental stage.
This seaons's Round of 16 has shown that unlikely comebacks are perfectly possible, so stay tuned!
JUVENTUS: Szczesny; Cancelo, Bonucci, Chiellini, Spinazzola; Emre Can, Pjanic, Matuidi; Bernardeschi, Mandzukic; Cristiano Ronaldo. Subs: Cacares, Dybala, Kean, Perin, Rugani, Bentacur, Nicolussi. /// ATLETICO MADRID: Oblak; Arias, Giménez, Godín, Juanfran; Sául, Koke, Rodri, Lemar; Griezmann, Morata. Subs: Adan, Savic, Montero, Vitolo, Mikel Carro, Kalinic, Correa.
And here are the men who will try and turn around Juventus' deficit.
Spinazzola earns his debut in the competition for the suspended Alex Sandro in what appears to be a 4-3-3 from Allegri.
Here's how the visitors will line up. Alvaro Morata starts over the suspended Diego Costa and Filipe Luis makes way for Arias at fullback.
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