Juventus‘s annual dream of winning the Champions League soon threatened to end in a nightmare in the knockout phase. In the eighth final round match, FC Porto was lost (2-1) by an extremely weak acting Oude Dame. However, Federico Chiesa’s late Juve goal can become a very important one.
There were only 61 seconds left on the clock when FC Porto had already reached its head start. After a clumsy of midfielder Rodrigo Bentancur, who incomprehensible the ball from close to close to goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, things quickly went wrong. The Polish closing station was still sticking out his leg, but the ball ricocheted FC Porto-striker Mehdi Taremi: 1-0.
In the remainder of the first half, both teams did not make much of it. The tea break was reached with the fast 1-0
. The beginning
of the second half was even crazier. Now FC Porto scored within a minute. Wilson Manafa was allowed to walk right from the kick-off and drop off on the free-standing Moussa Marega and he seized this opportunity: 2-0. Matthijs de Lit could not prevent the hit either.
Juventus had much more possession of ball, but did terrifying little with it. However, Federico Chiesa made the extremely important goal in the 81st minute on behalf of the Bianconeri. Adrien Rabiot found the runner from the left, who entered the opportunity nicely: 2-1.
Cristiano Ronaldo claimed a penalty in the very last second, but the referee and the VAR did not want to take it.