Andrea Pirlo speaking: “It is not easy to respond when you concede such a goal after one minute,” says coach Yofer. “The players lost confidence and this affected their performance for several minutes. Fortunately, we scored an important goal through Kiza and now we will focus on the second leg.”
Talking Baby: ““We studied Juventus well,” says Porto captain. “The team understood very well what the coach had asked for. We knew we had to push hard to continue Juventus Of playing. In these kinds of matches, it is difficult to receive goals at home, but we played a great match. “
Federico Chiesa speaks: “Our technique was bad and the match became more difficult for us after that early goal,” he told Eleven Sports. “When you are not very focused and when you are not doing your best, [teams can] They punish you at this level. “
At the final whistle: many of Juventus The players surrounded referee Carlos del Caro, wondering in the strongest possible terms why he had not awarded them a penalty for Sanusi’s challenge to Ronaldo late in the match. My reading, for what it’s worth, is that Ronaldo was trying to spin Cruyff in the penalty area, lost his balance and ran into Sanusi when he was falling. Ergo, no penalty. However, I wouldn’t be surprised in the least if given, and I’m amazed that Senor Del Carro didn’t even take a look at his stadium screen.
Some post-match reflections: Porto will be delighted with their first-ever win Juventus Of course they will. However, their enjoyment of the occasion will be affected by the knowledge that they could and should have won much more. The Italian champions knocked out Dragao Stadium tonight and it was a faint tradition for themselves. They would feel very comfortable escaping from a 2-1 defeat and the away goal that came with it on the back of such a really bad performance.
Full-time: Porto 2–1 Juventus
peep! peep! Beep! Everything is over PortoThe homeowners won with one goal by three.
90 + 3 minutes: Late attack Juventus. Cristiano Ronaldo asked for a penalty kick after he fell into a pile under a blow from Zido Sanusi while trying to control a long ball over the top from De Licht. There is no doubt that he got his push but he was already on the floor when he came.
90 + 2 minutes: Alex Sandro takes one for the team, sabotages Mehdi Tarimi when the striker rebounds on the Juventus penalty area. It’s just a reservation because Matthijs De Ligt was near. From the free kick, Szczesny drops the ball but runs away from it.
90 + 1 minute: Porto brings two additional submarines in an effort to operate around the clock, among them Francisco, son of their manager.
89 minutes: There is no such thing as a bad win against JuventusBut if she stays that way, Porto will be disappointed that she conceded a goal away. The Italian side were so bad most of tonight’s matches, they would have had no complaints if they left Estadio do Dragao at the wrong end to hide. As things stand, they will consider this a great result. Pirlo’s substitutions saved bacon for his team.
87 minutes: Porto He comes close when Matthews Uribe strikes the ball over the Juventus defender on Taremi’s chest. Before he can pull the trigger from four or five yards, the ball is ejected from an angle by De Licht. Nothing comes from the fixed set.
85 minutes: Ronaldo crossed from the left towards the far post and then nodded angrily when he discovered that there was no one there to try to shoot the ball into the net.
Goal! Porto 2-1 Juventus (82nd Church)
Juventus pulls the difference. Adrien Rabiot running behind Porto Defense and pull the ball back into the penalty area. Federico Chiesa first met her 14 yards from goal, stabbed the ball into the ground and sped away in celebration as it bounced back past Marchesin.
81 minutes: From Porto In the corner, Marco Grogic turns his head at Oliveira’s hand at the far post but directs his effort away. That was a good opportunity!
79 minutes: Morata discovers, four or five yards from his streak, kicking the ball as hard as he can towards the goal. It was a bold effort and the ball fell on the ceiling of the net, but the goalkeeper covered it.
77 minutes: Alvaro Morata plays behind Porto Defense and makes a smart rescue from Marchesin. He was offside.
75 minutes: Alvaro Morata demands a penalty kick after being fired by Chancellor Mbemba, who was tough but didn’t break any laws. The Spaniard should settle for a corner instead.
73 minutes: Bentancur slips to deny Uribe the opportunity to serve a cross to the Juventus penalty. From the angle that followed, Sergio Oliveira’s corner was surveyed in the near corner.
71 minutes: Good job from Ronaldo, who is running down the left flank before making a low cross pass towards Kiza. His shot is rescued by Agustin Marchesin, but the flag is raised. Alvaro Morata was an offside as he was lurking in the hope of pouncing on any soccer-shaped crumbs that fell off the Marchesian table.
68 minutes: Adventurous elements of Jesus Corona, who is standing with his back to Juventus’ goal about 20 yards away, hits the ball in the air to prepare his acrobatic kick with his bike. His effort was turned over the bar by Szczesny but he wouldn’t have counted if he got in. The referee had discovered some infringement or other.
67 minutes: Porto substitution: Moussa Marega, who scored the second goal for Porto, was knocked out 20 seconds into the second half. He was replaced by Marco Groic, the seconded Serbian midfielder at Porto From Liverpool.
66 minutes: Rodrigo Bentancur tries his luck with a shot from long distance. He hardly used any backlash but he hit the ball with poison. Above the bar, but not much.
65 minutes: Morata gets the ball and moves forward, only to be missed by Matthews Uribe.
64 minutes: Juventus substitution: Alvaro Morata joins Weston McKinney.
62 minutes: Matthijs De Ligt was booked retroactively for a foul on starting my entry in 59 minutes. Referee played an advantage at that time.
57 minutes: Now Kolosewski is punished for controlling the ball with his hand and Porto Use the game interval to make a substitution. Luis Diaz replaces Ottavio.
56 minutes: Dejan Kulusevski has half the chance that Merih Demiral has cut it and he’s everything Juventus By chance yet in this half.
52 minutes: Sergio Oliveira appears in the penalty area at the other end of the field, where he deflected smartly with one hand from Wojciech Chesney, who looked a little frightened and had to shift his weight from one foot to the other to reach the ball. You might have taken the shot a twist. Juventus Are being beaten here.
50 minutes: Juventus He won a corner kick and Sandro hit the ball into the close range. Sergio Oliveira’s breakthroughs are clear.
48 minutes: Porto He ran ahead from the kick-off and the ball was pulled to Marega in the penalty area from the sideline. His first touch was cool and he took him away from Federico Chiesa before he fired a fairly minor shot into the corner bypassing Szczesny, who was punched in close position.
Goal! Porto 2-0 Juventus (Marega 46)
Hell bells! This is ridiculous – another great start for … PortoMoussa Marega put the ball into the corner 20 seconds into the second half.
The second half: Porto 1-0 Juventus
46 minutes: Play in red shoes without any personnel changes on either side. I am amazed that Alvaro Morata was not sent to the racket by Pirlo, because Diane Kosulewski barely received a kick.
Half time: Porto 1-0 Juventus
peep! This is your share of the first half, which started on its worst possible start Juventus When Mehdi Tarimi pounced on a mistake by Rodrigo Bentancourt to score an opportunistic goal. Juventus have been surprisingly slow and already seemingly without ideas. I guess we’ll see a change or two from Andrea Pirlo long ago. It was very comforting for Porto, whose defense seemed remarkably assured.
45 + 1 minute: Ronaldo tries to run in Porto The penalty area is from the left side, but it is crowded with the ball.
45 minutes: Ronaldo wins his team a corner after one such trip. Bentancur’s handover was evident, despite Ronaldo’s efforts to hit the ball.
44 minutes: We’re close to pausing and Cristiano Ronaldo only had one touch in Porto penalty area. He’s frustrated, too, as he drops deeper and deeper in an effort to get more time on the ball.
41 minutes: Another free kick from the same area. The ball is sent to the far post again and breaks to Adrien Rabiot, whose overhead kick is saved by Marchesin, who has shot it away. It was a pretty cool looking effort but it lacked true poison. This was Juventus’ first shot on goal.
40 minutes: Juventus free kick, wide on the right flank after Sergio Oliveira’s error on Matisse de Ligt. Bentancur finally got one goal and picked Cristiano Ronaldo off the far post. His drop head is not causing a problem for Marchesin.
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