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Tuesday, 3 April 2018

Match Report :- Juventus 0 Vs 3 Real Madrid

Real Madrid put one foot in the Champions League semi-finals because of some Cristiano Ronaldo enchantment against Juventus. 

Two goals  from Cristiano Ronaldo, the second a snapshot of unadulterated quality, helped Real Madrid to a charging 3-0 prevail upon Juventus in the principal leg of their Champions League quarter-last. 

The Portugal star turned into the primary player in the opposition's history to score in 10 back to back appearances, a run that started when Madrid beat Juve 4-1 in last season's last, before setting up Marcelo to include what could be a pivotal third for the supreme champions. 

Paulo Dybala was sent off for the hosts in the second half to exacerbate a hopeless trip as they endured their first misfortune in all rivalries since November, and a first at home to Madrid in Europe since 1962. 

Ronaldo covered a cross from Isco – who was picked in front of Gareth Bale by head mentor Zinedine Zidane – inside three minutes, yet Juve were likely the better of the groups in an open first half. 

Massimiliano Allegri's side kept on squeezing after the break yet Ronaldo struck again in the 64th moment, sending an overhead kick past the still Gianluigi Buffon to win an overwhelming applause from the home fans. 

Dybala got a moment yellow card only two minutes after the fact and Marcelo completed a smooth move to make it a decided win for Madrid, who unquestionably have one foot in the semi-finals regardless of Ronaldo missing a cap trap chance in stoppage time. 

9 - Cristiano Ronaldo has scored a bigger number of Champions League objectives against Gianluigi Buffon than some other player (nine). Beast. pic.twitter.com/GqJTMaUsQd — OptaJose (@OptaJose) April 3, 2018 

Isco squandered brief period in advocating Zidane's confidence, the Spain star getting away down the left before decreasing for Ronaldo to push home a shrewd wrap up. 

100% - Isco (35 passes) is the main player with a 100 percent passing exactness in the primary portion of Juventus v Real Madrid. Wizard. pic.twitter.com/TLEDjQMOZY — OptaJohan (@OptaJohan) April 3, 2018 

Juve reacted well to the difficulty, with Sergio Ramos making a fine handle to deny Dybala a reasonable possibility before Rodrigo Bentancur scraped a shot subsequent to being teed up by Gonzalo Higuain. 

Higuain thought he had leveled against his old club 22 minutes in, however a splendid response spare from Keylor Navas denied the striker from short proximity, before Toni Kroos shot a shot off the crossbar on an uncommon Madrid break. 

Juve felt they could have had two punishments just before half-time, yet ref Cuneyt Cakir chose Casemiro did not intentionally deal with a Giorgio Chiellini header and afterward reserved Dybala for jumping when he went to ground effortlessly in the container. 

The home side kept on squeezing ahead of schedule in the second half, Dybala watching a free-kick redirect distressingly wide after a foul by Ramos, who grabbed a booking that will keep him out of the second leg in Spain. 

The match was removed from Juve's hands in the space of two minutes. Ronaldo gymnastically terminated Dani Carvajal's cross into the net from 12 yards out, gaining praise from all edges of the Allianz Stadium, and Dybala's high foot on Carvajal saw him expelled soon a short time later. 

With the home group shocked, Marcelo consolidated first with Isco and after that Ronaldo before cut-out the ball over Buffon and shooting home hanging in the balance with 18 minutes remaining. 

Mateo Kovacic hit the banish from the edge of the container and Ronaldo missed a brilliant opportunity to get his third, volleying over unmarked from scarcely six yards out, yet the harm had been well and genuinely done. 

Key Opta details: 

- Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 39th objective in all rivalries this season – more than some other player in Europe's enormous five groups. 

- Juventus yielded three objectives in the home leg of a Champions League knockout tie out of the blue since their 1999 semi-last annihilation against Manchester United (3-2). 

- Ronaldo has scored 22 objectives in the quarter-last phases of the Champions League – more than rivals Juventus have (21). 

- Paulo Dybala's red card was Juventus' 24th in Champions League history – no less than five more than some other group.

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