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Ajax vs Juventus highlights (1-1)
Ajax vs Juventus Highlights Start date 10. Apr 2019, 20:00 Referee Carlos Del Cerro Grande, Spain Location Amsterdam, Netherlands Venue Johan Cruijff Arena Dutch police arrested more than 140 fans before Ajax's Champions League quarter-final first leg against Juventus in Amsterdam.
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Juve Comeback Stunned Atletico, Man City Rout Schalke
Another comeback occurred in Champions League last 16 second leg as Juventus stunned Atletico Madrid 3-0 in Turin. The Italian giant were down 2-0 in their first leg meeting against Atleti and things didn't look promising for Bianconeri.
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Atletico Stunned Juve, Man City Won With 10 Men
Atletico Madrid had the first blow in their Champions League battle against Juventus as Diego Simeone's men beat the Italian giant, 2-0. Playing in front of their home crowd, Atletico tried to take the initiative since kick off, but were facing tough resilience from Juve.
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Cristiano Ronaldo Joyful After Winning First Trophy With Juve
Moving from Real Madrid to Juventus in a very surprising transfer last summer, Cristiano Ronaldo finally got his first official trophy with the Bianconeri. Massimiliano Allegri's men picked up a hard fought 1-0 win against 10 men AC Milan in Supercoppa Italian battle on Wednesday.
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Man United Set for Tough Champions League Battle Against PSG
Manchester United's struggle to push for top four place in the Premier League could very well transmit into Europa as Jose Mourinho's men set for an upcoming struggle against Paris Saint-Germain.
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Madrid, Juventus Ending Champions League Group Stage in Disappointment
Disappointing results occurred for several top teams on their final group game of UEFA Champions League this past Wednesday. Most notable names such as Real Madrid along with Juventus suffered defeats on their last fixtures, giving a slight bitter taste to their campaign.
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Manchester Clubs Grabbed Victories and Controversies in Champions League
Manchester City and Manchester United both grabbed positive results on their latest UEFA Champions League group stage fixtures as they defeated their opponents, but not only that, they also grabbed the headlines for controversial things.
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Man United Stunned by Juventus, Madrid Back On Winning Ways
Manchester United's renewed hope after grabbing a point in their latest fixture didn't seem to be much of any help as Jose Mourinho's men still find themselves beaten by Juventus on Champions League Tuesday fixture.
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Ronaldo Available for Man United Clash After Only Given One Match Ban
Cristiano Ronaldo's chance of returning to Old Trafford with his current team, Juventus, and playing against his former team, Manchester United have gone clearer as there's nothing that will stop him from taking part apart from sudden injury.
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Man City Shocked By Lyon, Ronaldo Saw Red in Juve’s Victory
Manchester City started their Champions League campaign this season in the worse possible fashion as Pep Guardiola's men suffered a shocking home defeat over French outfit Lyon. Playing in front of their home crowd, City started off with their usual possession based attacking football as they tried to dominate proceedings and search for goals from early minutes.
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Ronaldo Opened His Account for Juventus, Milan Held
Cristiano Ronaldo finally found his goal scoring touch at his new club, Juventus as the Portuguese international bagged two crucial goals which helped La Vecchia Signora defeatead Sassuolo 2-1.
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Allegri Not Ensuring Ronaldo Will Always Start for Juventus
Arriving in a 100 million plus transfer from Real Madrid and having an extremely high wage at Juventus doesn't mean that Cristiano Ronaldo will always be starting for the Italian giant.
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Higuan Set for Milan, Bonucci Returning to Juventus
An intriguing moves in the transfer market set to occur for AC Milan and  Juventus as they reportedly set for agreeing moves involving three players. Argentinian striker, Gonzalo Higuain is heading to Milanello, accompanied by young defender, Mattia Caldara, while Leonardo Bonucci will be making his return to Turin.
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