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- Dani Alves fires Juventus past Monaco into Champions League final
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Paul Doyle. Tue 9 May Juventus march into the Champions League final. They are a proper team, formidable throughout. Superbly organised and unendingly canny, they are also very sharp and lavishly talented. Updated at 9. A chance for Juve to add one last goal?
Monaco need to overcome a two goal deficit to have any chance of making it through to the finals. To make matters worse for the away side only two teams have ever won a knockout tie in the Champions League after losing at home in the first leg and it has never been done from two goals down. Speaking about the challenge Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim said: "We have to stay confident, try to play our game and put on a good performance and if we score at the start of the game, maybe that could change things. BT Sport will also be showing the match on a desktop computer or laptop via the company's own site. However EE mobile customers will be able to stream the game for free, thanks to a free six month subscription plan recently announced by the network.
They applauded in supplication, waved in apology. Given all they had done, it was not immediately clear what they were apologizing for. At their backs, the Juventus players bounced and danced and embraced. The crowd, their crowd, rose to salute them, flags fluttering and shimmering under the floodlights. A second Champions League final in three years is theirs. The day belonged to them. Tomorrow, though, may well belong to Monaco.
Juventus. -. Monaco. Mandzukic 33; Dani Alves Mbappe Menu Watch Dani Alves' fantastic strike and the rest of the action as Juventus confirmed .
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The most startling cheer of a boisterous, balmy night in Turin came 10 minutes after the final whistle as the last of the victorious Juventus players left the pitch. Gianluigi Buffon turned and ran towards the Curva Sud, still thronging with flags, and drew a huge, ragged shout of joy from the Juve fans as he leapt about pumping his fists. Still to be really stretched in the knockout stages, Juventus will provide a mighty obstacle for whichever Madrid team joins them in the final. Either way the great black and white blockade will roll on to Cardiff, though not without a minor scratch on the way. Juventus had won all previous 11 knockout ties against French opponents. Monaco had never won in Italy. Here Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini and Andrea Barzagli — combined age 98 — lined up once again in a back three, with Dani Alves and Alex Sandro the wing-backs pushed wide and high.
Juventus vs Monaco team news: Paulo Dybala starts in Champions League semi-final
HIGHLIGHTS: Juventus vs Monaco 4-1 - UEFA Champions League Semi-Final: First Leg - 01.04.1998
Dani Alves fires Juventus past Monaco into Champions League final
Juventus took a crucial advantage in their UEFA Champions League quarter-final against Monaco on Tuesday evening, booking a win in the first leg of their encounter. As one of the competition's biggest remaining underdogs, Monaco may have been expected to bring a defensive and withdrawn approach to Turin, which is precisely how they lined up to begin with. However, that isn't to suggest the Ligue 1 giants wouldn't pose any sort of threat, with Goal. Only a minute into Juventus - Monaco and it's already clear that the visitors will get everyone behind the ball at every chance. Leonardo Jardim appeared to have gotten his tactics spot on, as the Italian hosts proved susceptible to the quick break on numerous occasions. Kris Voakes of Goal.
Gonzalo Higuain doubles Juventus' lead and once again it's Dani Alves with the assist. A beautiful cross from the right hand sid finished off by Higuain. A close half of football and Juventus who have been more decisive of the two teams perhaps deservedly go into the break with their noses in front. A well-taken goal fromGonzalo Higauain in the 29th minute is the difference between the two sides. Monaco have threatened in patches and Buffon twice denied Mbappe from close range, but apart from that the hosts have been kept at bay. Big second half coming up for Monaco who must go to Turin at least level-pegging.
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