Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Juventus holds the lead, but Carlo Ancelotti insists Real Madrid is capable of winning the Champions League semifinal tie.
Juventus' 2-1 victory over Real Madrid pleased Massimiliano Allegri, although he lamented a late miss from Fernando Llorente.
The Mexican was dropped by Carlo Ancelotti for Real Madrid's loss at Juventus but, despite being gutted at not starting in Turin, he thinks the Blancos can still make the final.
There were problems all through the team as Carlo Ancelotti's side threw away a golden opportunity to take an advantage back to the Santiago Bernabeu next week
The former Manchester United captain was less than impressed by the Welshman's contribution in Turin, while fellow pundit Paul Scholes felt that Sergio Ramos also went missing
The rest of Europe will have stood up and took note after Juventus beat Real Madrid, says midfield maestro Andrea Pirlo.
The former Madrid front man haunted his old side with an excellent display in attack as the Serie A champion won in Turin, says Kris Voakes.
Goal took in the action in Turin, where the home side dug deep to protect its narrow advantage, frustrating Los Blancos in the second half and securing a lead for the second leg
The first UEFA Champions League semifinal remains wide open after Juventus beat Real Madrid 2-1 in Tuesday's first leg in Turin.
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The brilliant Bianconeri side coached by Marcello Lippi reached three UCL finals in a row but under-achieved – partly thanks to 1998 final hero Predrag Mijatovic.
The former Croatia international believes it will be a tight affair in Turin and feels the Spanish side is the slight favorite to win the tie.
The former Bianconeri midfielder has hailed the Real Madrid boss ahead of Tuesday's big Champions League clash between the sides and defended his spell in Turin.
Cristiano will line up for Madrid against Juve on Tuesday but he could have been wearing Bianconeri colors had his move to Turin not fallen through in 2003, writes Kris Voakes.
Monday, May 4, 2015
Juventus lured Carlos Tevez to Italy with plan to win UEFA Champions League, according to the striker.
The Italian coach believes there will be plenty of goals in the Champions League semifinal tie between the two sides, but admits his team must be at its best to progress
Carlo Ancelotti has put together an attacking game plan for Real Madrid's clash with Juventus in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday.
Real Madrid will be without the striker for its UEFA Champions League semifinal first leg against Juventus in Turin on Tuesday.
Dos de los arqueros más importantes del mundo se enfrentan en una de las semifinales de la Champions y en Goal abrimos el debate.
With the competition entering the penultimate phase, every player is of vital importance to their team, but some stars will miss out on the first crucial encounter.