Dybala penalty sends Juve through against 10-man Porto

  • Dybala penalty sends Juve through against 10-man Porto

Dybala penalty sends Juve through against 10-man Porto

Despite that wealth of attacking talent, the fact Tuesday's hosts have conceded the fewest goals in the Champions League to date - just two shipped in seven outings - is quite remarkable and stands them in flawless stead poised to progress past the knockout stages. The Bianconeri beat AC Milan 2-1 on Friday to extend its Serie A record to 31 consecutive home wins, and it hasn't lost in 20 Champions League home matches, stretching back to a loss to Bayern Munich in the 2013 quarterfinals.

"We are at the same level of Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich".

'We're also top of the league and we won the first match of the Coppa Italia semi-final.

"Some of my team-mates have already won the trophy and I'd like to be decisive in a Champions League game".

Juventus won 2-0 in Portugal in the first leg of the round-of-16 tie on February 22 and return home with the two-goal aggregate lead as they try to reach their 10th Champions League quarterfinal. They drew five of these games and given Juve's strong draw trend at home in this competition in recent times, the stalemate looks a touch of value at 3.75.

"For us, it's a different situation", Nuno said when asked if Barcelona's second-leg performance had inspired his side. "Then we can get right to the end".

Juventus has been practically unbeatable in Turin.

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Alex Telles received two yellow cards in the first leg, whereas Maxi Pereira was sent off tonight for handling on the line to prevent a Gonzalo Higuain goal.

Midfielder Herrera suffered a foot injury in the first leg that required 17 stitches while Corona suffered an ankle knock.

Juventus have a good amount of success against Porto (unlike against Benfica) so this is why they should feel pretty confident for tonight's game.

Yacine Brahimi is also expected to start, and the Algerian midfielder's outlook was far more positive than his coach's.

"Now we have to be prepared to give it everything to try and grab qualification".

"I hope tomorrow we all show up to the game". Juve will be looking for their 10th qualification for the Champions league quarter-finals.