JUV 1 – 4 RMA

FULL-TIME | (HT: 1 – 1)


RMA-UCL-CHAMPS

MOTM

RMA-MOTM

GOALS

JUV
– Mandzukic 27′ | 1 – 1


RMA
– Ronaldo 20′ | 0 – 1
– Casemiro 61′ | 1 – 2
– Ronaldo 64′ | 1 – 3
– Asensio 90′ | 1 – 4

YELLOW CARDS

JUV
– Dybala 12′
– Pjanic 66′
– Sandro 70′
– Cuadrado 72′
– Cuadrado 84′


RMA
– Ramos 31′
– Carvajal 42′
– Kroos 53′

RED CARDS

JUV
– Cuadrado 84′


RMA

SUBSTITUTIONS

JUV
– Barzagli (OUT); Cuadrado (IN) 66′
– Pjanic (OUT); Marchisio (IN) 71′
– Dybala (OUT); Lemina (IN) 78′


RMA
– Benzema (OUT); Bale (IN) 77′
– Isco (OUT); Asensio (IN) 82′
– Kroos (OUT); Morata (IN) 88′

SQUADS

JUVRMA-XI

JUVRMA-SUBS

STATISTICS

JUVRMA-STATS

MATCH INFORMATION

JUV: Juventus defeated AS Monaco in the both legs of the semi-finals of the 2016/2017 UEFA Champions League with a 4 – 1 aggregate.

RMA: Real Madrid defeated their local rivals Atletico Madrid in the semi-finals of the 2016/2017 UEFA Champions League with a 4 – 2 aggregate.

JUV: Juventus reached the knockout stage of this season’s UEFA Champions League as the group winners of Group H, collecting overall 14 points.

RMA: Real Madrid reached the knockout stage of this season’s UEFA Champions League as the runners-up of Group F, collecting overall twelve points.

JUV: Juventus’ form in all competitions: Bologna (W), Crotone (W), Lazio (W), Roma (L), Monaco (W).

RMA: Real Madrid’s form in all competitions: Malaga (W), Celta Vigo (W), Sevilla (W), Atletico Madrid (L), Granada (W).

JUVRMA: Both football clubs have faced each other in 18 matches in the European competitions. Juventus have won 8 matches and Real Madrid have won 8 as well. Two matches have ended in draws.

JUVRMA: Last time these two clubs faced each other was in 2015 when Juventus defeated Real Madrid in the semi-finals of the 2014/2015 UEFA Champions League with a 3 – 2 aggregate.

JUVRMA: Both Juventus and Real Madrid were crowned the Italian and Spanish champions respectively, after winning their domestic leagues.

JUVRMA: Real Madrid are the defending European champions and are seeking to be the first football club to win back-to-back UEFA Champions League titles.

MATCH OFFICIALS

Referee: Felix Brych (GER)
Assistant Referee: Mark Borsch (GER)
Assistant Referee: Stefan Lupp (GER)
Additional Assistant Referee: Marco Fritz (GER)
Additional Assistant Referee: Bastian Dankert (GER)
Fourth Official: Milorad Mažić (SRB)

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