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2nd Half

Juventus

Morata 9Tévez 58 (p)

Real Madrid

Ronaldo 27
20.45 CET
2-1

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0502_Ronaldo at 30_AMB2 Cristiano Ronaldo has already added to his tally tonight. Now in his 30th year, UEFA.com celebrates 30 goals from his remarkable career.
James Rodríguez had a good chance to put Madrid into the lead with a header of his own but his effort thundered back off the crossbar after some incisive play down the left through Marcelo and Isco.
The second half begins.
The second half begins.
Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid CF)Cristiano Ronaldo has scored some spectacular goals in his career but tonight's equaliser was one of easier chances he has converted. James Rodríguez was instrumental in the buildup and his final cross found Ronaldo's head with the Portuguese forward unmarked in the box.
Paolo Menicucci, Juventus Stadium: The 1-1 is a fair result at half time. Juve had a great start to the game and deservedly took the lead but as soon as they took their foot off the accelerator, Madrid gained metres, equalised and went close to scoring another.
Álvaro Morata (Juventus)Álvaro Morata showed predatory instincts to give Juventus the lead after Iker Casillas palmed out Carlos Tévez's low shot.
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The referee blows for half-time.
The referee blows for half-time. A half of two halves with Juventus applying the pressure early on and Madrid fighting back through Cristiano Ronaldo's ninth goal of the campaign.
Kroos (Real Madrid) takes the free-kick.
45 Kroos (Real Madrid) takes the free-kick.
Lichtsteiner (Juventus) is penalised for a foul on Bale (Real Madrid).
45 Lichtsteiner (Juventus) is penalised for a foul on Bale (Real Madrid).
James Rodríguez (Real Madrid CF)Chris Parrott, European football expert on Matchday Live:
That would have been the goal of the season in the UEFA Champions League. It was a stunning move. It was 15-20 passes across the pitch. They picked and pulled Juventus apart then and James Rodríguez should have put Madrid 2-1 ahead.

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Casillas (Real Madrid) takes the free-kick.
44 Casillas (Real Madrid) takes the free-kick.
Morata (Juventus) is penalised for a foul on Varane (Real Madrid).
44 Morata (Juventus) is penalised for a foul on Varane (Real Madrid).
Varane (Real Madrid) takes the free-kick.
43 Varane (Real Madrid) takes the free-kick.

Attempts on target

Attempts off target

Goal attempts

on target

Juventus

Real Madrid

1
Buffon (GK)(C)
3
Chiellini
19
Bonucci
26
Lichtsteiner
33
Evra
8
Marchisio
21
Pirlo
23
Vidal
27
Sturaro
9
Morata
10
Tévez
1
Casillas (GK)(C)
2
Varane
3
Pepe
4
Ramos
12
Marcelo
15
Carvajal
8
Kroos
10
James Rodríguez
11
Bale
23
Isco
7
Ronaldo

Bench

30
Storari (GK)
15
Barzagli
7
Pepe
20
Padoin
37
Pereyra
14
Llorente
32
Matri
13
Navas (GK)
5
Fábio Coentrão
17
Arbeloa
16
Lucas Silva
24
Illarramendi
14
Hernández
20
Jesé

Coach

Massimiliano Allegri (ITA)

Carlo Ancelotti (ITA)

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Partly cloudy night

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18°C78% Air humidity
Juventus Stadium

Juventus Stadium

Turin ITA

UEFA Champions League

Semi-finals

05 May 2015, 20:45 CET

Martin Atkinson

Referee

Martin Atkinson (ENG)

Assistant referees

Michael Mullarkey (ENG)

Stephen Child (ENG)

Fourth official

Peter Kirkup (ENG)

Additional assistant referees

Anthony Taylor (ENG)

Andre Marriner (ENG)

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