His goalscoring return was naturally the subject of the Thursday headlines in the Italian media, with local paper TuttoSport leading their front page with the words "Juve flying with Ronaldo".
Here's 90min's breakdown of the game. What a strike from Neres! Although they lost the game, they will know that they turned around a worse scoreline away from home against PSG in the previous round, but going to the Nou Camp and winning would require something very special.
The Eredivisie leaders gave a terrific account of themselves in the game, and certainly won't be overwhelmed by having to score at the Allianz Stadium.
De Jong participated in 117 events. Both. So if one of them was better, probably in Barcelona's case they could kill the tie.
"His movements and his sense of timing are simply different from the others".
Juventus appeared to of read the blueprint of a flawless Champions League away performance prior to kick-off, as despite being second best for large spells in the first-half, they converted their big chance when it fell to them. The visitors appeared to be holding on times, but nearly nicked it with just over five minutes remaining when Costa's effort struck Onana's upright.
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In fact, he has 41 goals in Champions League quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals, blowing his fellow players out of the water by a country mile. It happens. He's a tall guy with tall arms.
Substitutes: Costa (7), Dybala (6), Khedira (N/A).
Ronaldo has scored a truly ridiculous amount of goals in the latter stages of the competition. Police in Amsterdam said they fired a water cannon at football fans "to put out flares and prevent unsafe situations".
Allegri's side can wrap up the Serie A title - his fifth in as many years - this weekend, and will be guaranteed to seal the Scudetto should they beat SPAL on Saturday.
Juventus have a 20-point advantage on second-placed Napoli and a draw would seal their 35th "Scudetto" with six games to spare - the earliest any team has ever sealed Serie A - thanks to their superior head-to-head record over Carlo Ancelotti's side.