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Juventus entered the Champions League final

Juventus entered the Champions League final 0
Juventus entered the Champions League final 0

Dani Alves shared joy with his teammates after the goal.

Goals: Mandzukic (33′), Alves (44′) – Mbappe (69′).

Defender Dani Alves continued to make his mark in the return leg in Torino yesterday, May 9, when he contributed to both Juventus goals.

*Mandzukic’s opening goal

Juventus entered the Champions League final

Juventus entered the Champions League final

At the end of the first half, Alves personally scored with a beautiful volley from outside the 16m50 penalty area.

Young talent Mbappe scored an honorable goal for Monaco in the second half, causing Juventus’ clean sheet streak on the European front to stop at 520 minutes (counting from the 3-1 win over host Sevilla in the penultimate group stage match).

The return victory helped Juventus overcome Monaco with a final score of 4-1 to enter the final match in Cardiff on June 3.

Juventus entered the Champions League final

The fighting spirit of Juventus players is always shown in every match.

Juventus is facing a great opportunity to end their thirst for titles in the Champions League.

Juventus’ performance this season proves that the team nicknamed `Old Lady` has a squad in its prime.

*Mbappe’s 1-2 shortened goal

Juventus entered the Champions League final

Mbappe’s goal

Monaco this season is surprising both Europe and the football world with the explosive attacking play of its young players.

The experienced quartet of goalkeeper Buffon and three centre-backsĀ Giorgio Chiellini, Leonardo Bonucci and Andrea Barzagli have never conceded more than one goal in the Champions League this season.

Juventus entered the Champions League final

Juventus knows how to evoke strength from seemingly expired players like Alves.

With a solid fulcrum from the defense, Juventus’ attacking stars took turns shining.

Another bright spot for Juventus is Dani Alves, a contract that is proving great value in a black and white striped shirt.

*Alves’ goal increased the score to 2-0

Juventus entered the Champions League final

Alves’ goal increased the score to 2-0

Alves’ excellent attacking ability is the perfect piece for Juventus on the right wing.

In the ninth final of Europe’s highest club-level tournament (three in the C1 Cup era, six in the Champions League era), Juventus once again had the opportunity to fight against fate.

The championship in Cardiff, if it takes place, will not simply be a title to record in history.

Statistics after the match Juventus – Monaco

6 – Juventus won the right to play in the Champions League final for the sixth time.

30 – Juventus scored 30 goals in the Champions League semi-finals, equaling Real and Bayern in the list of teams with the most goals in the fourth round.

12 – The Turin team went through a 12-match unbeaten streak in the European League/Champions League for the first time in the club’s history (won nine, drew three).

6 – Mandzukic ended the longest losing streak of his career in the Champions League (six matches) and increased his record to 15 goals in 45 matches on this playground.

150 – Mbappe’s goal to shorten the score to 1-2 is Monaco’s 150th goal in all competitions this season.

18 years and 140 days – Mbappe became the youngest player to score in the Champions League semi-finals at the age of 18 years and 140 days.

Thierry Henry is the only French player to reach six goals in the Champions League faster than Mbappe.

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