The Spanish striker rounded Casillas on the break but was unable to find a shot or pass. Cristiano Ronaldo has now scored 37 goals since 2012/13 in the Champions League, at least 13 more than any player. And yet the goal did come. More than half an hour remained during which Juventus knew a Madrid goal would take it to extra time. 04/05/2015 Live Juventus v Real Madrid preview. His replacement, Fernando Llorente, almost punished the Galacticos as they flooded forward. The club has the right to change coach if it is not happy.” His hopes of a second successive success, and his fifth final as a coach, fell apart just before the hour thanks to a goal few in Spain seemed to have contemplated. “There was tension; they are an extraordinary team and it is not easy to contain them,” Allegri said. He was trying to be cool about it but he must be bursting inside. This is the right reward that they deserved, as it’s not easy to reach the Champions League semi-final and especially to play against Real Madrid. And while Madrid sought the goal, ideas were few. Stefano Sturaro in a surprise tactical pick. He did not celebrate out of respect for the club that saw him grow into a player who will now play in his second consecutive European Cup final, one for each of these teams, and perhaps too because there was still much work to do. The brilliant Tevez was once again Madrid's tormentor. It was a tale of two halves for the Welshman, who failed to make an impact in the opening period but recovered in the second half to help push his team forward. Tevez had acres of space, and Alvaro Morata, the pain of trying not to celebrate was etched on his face. ESPN's Paul Carr and Squawka.com both noted that CR7 passed Barcelona's Lionel Messi as the highest all-time goalscorer in the Champions League: Cristiano Ronaldo scores his 76th Champions League goal, passing Lionel Messi for most in UCL history. This was different now. UEFA Champions League Real Madrid vs. Juventus: Score and Grades from 2015 Champions League Semi-Final Matt Jones Featured Columnist May 13, 2015 Comments Juventus stunned Real Madrid in their Champions League semi-final first leg as Carlos Tevez inspired his team to a 2-1 win on Tuesday night at the Juventus Stadium. Juventus will host Real Madrid in the first leg of the Champions League semifinal at the Juventus Stadium and it’s a clash that has got the football firmament salivating. Juventus’s open approach and their imprecise passing suited Madrid, often confronted by space, not opponents. Madrid increased the pressure on their hosts, desperate to grab another equaliser, but the threat of a Juve breakaway was always present. But Cristiano Ronaldo grabbed a vital away goal for the visitors, setting up a fascinating return. The time to celebrate would come after that, if Juve could resist, and so they fought as white shirts poured towards them, defenders seemingly multiplying. Available for everyone, funded by readers. Juventus took control from the opening minutes, pushing Real Madrid back and dictating the tempo of the match. It was a difficult night for the Portuguese kingpin, but he still managed to convert his chance when given the opening. Both teams were happy with level terms as they made their way to the dressing rooms at half-time. All rights reserved. “If the club is happy, I can continue. James smashed a header against the bar late in the first half in an opportunity he should have converted. Juventus’s passing did not convince but there was a nervousness about Madrid now, as if they were suddenly aware of their vulnerability. Goals from Alvaro Morata and a penalty from the brilliant Argentinian were enough to give the Italian champions a solid advantage going into next week's second leg. Bleacher Report's Matteo Bonetti congratulated Tevez on his part in the goal: Goal all because of that rifle from Tevez. Juventus vs. Real Madrid 2015: Time, TV schedule and how to watch the Champions League semifinal online We played with great intensity and allowed Real Madrid very little, but could’ve done better in the pace of creating our play in the first half. Javier Hernandez took a heavy fall in the box in an attempt to win a penalty, but the official waved away the incident. The Spanish striker rounded Casillas on the break but was unable to find a shot or pass. The second leg takes place in Madrid on May 13, with the Galacticos hoping they can reverse their first-leg deficit. Prosecutors are investigating Maradona's doctor for possible manslaughter, Osasuna keeper made absolutely no attempt to save Barca forward’s rocket , Real Madrid star waiting for an MRI scan on muscular injury. And with the game ticking to its conclusion, Los Blancos dominated the ball as they hunted for an opening. Iker Casillas saved the attacker's powerful effort, but Morata got to the rebound first and fired home. Wed 13 May 2015 16.51 EDT “I would like to stay but I know very well how things are in football. Real right-back Dani Carvajal brought down the former Manchester United player after a swift Juve counter-attack. What came next did not seem plausible then. And it was the Italian side who took the early lead through former Los Blancos starlet Morata. Andrea Pirlo was withdrawn for Andrea Barzagli, Juventus shifting to three central defenders with 12 minutes left that promised to be long indeed. Much had been made of the fact that Madrid needed only one goal to overturn the first-leg deficit and progress but that was founded on the premise that Juventus would not score, but score they did. 04/05/2015 Live Listen live: Semi-finals begin. It dropped to Morata near the penalty spot and he controlled and hit a bouncing ball up and through Casillas’s hands into the net. A mistake from Marcelo almost allowed Vidal to feed Morata inside the area and then Sergio Ramos bundled the Chilean over. Bale put one wide before Ronaldo set up a cross from the left which the Welshman leapt to reach at the far post, just a couple of yards out. James Rodriguez expertly lifted the ball to the far post, leaving Ronaldo with an open goal to aim at. A 1-1 draw was enough to secure a 3-2 aggregate victory that Allegri described as “extraordinary”. © 2020 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies. Giorgio Chiellini, who stopped much of Madrid's good attacking work, suffered a cut midway through the half. At 10.38pm on a hot night in Madrid the referee blew his whistle and Juventus’s players leapt into the sky and sprinted across the pitch, en route to Berlin. His header, though, ran across the top of the net. Fernando Llorente, almost punished the Galacticos as they flooded forward. Real Madrid v Juventus: Champions League semi-final ... First published on Wed 13 May 2015 13.00 EDT. May 5, 2015 3 things we learned from Juve's win over Madrid By Conor Dowley @c_dowley May 5, 2015, 4:38pm EDT Share this story But the team bandaged him up, and he continued to play in order to preserve the victory. Only Raúl lies before him now and he will be caught in due course. But tonight isn’t about Real Madrid, it’s about Juventus.
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