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UEFA Champions League Juventus vs Real Madrid in numbers

Juventus will be facing Real Madrid for the 19th time in European club competitions when they meet on Saturday in the final of the UEFA Champions League

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The 11 times champions of Europe have won eight, which is the same number of times Juventus have won in their 18 clashes with two ending in draws.

1961/62 European Champion Clubs' Cup quarter-finals

Juventus 0-1 Real Madrid

Real Madrid 0-1 Juventus

Real Madrid 3-1 Juventus (replay in Paris)

The Los Blancos stunned Juventus in Turin with Alfredo Di Stefano scoring the only goal of the game, but the Italian giants fought back in the return leg through Omar Sivori's goal goal to force the game into a replay in Paris. Real Madrid stood tall as they defeated Juventus 3-1 in the quarters to reach the last four.

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1986/87 European Champion Clubs' Cup second round

Real Madrid 1-0 Juventus

Juventus 1-0 Real Madrid (aet; Real Madrid win 3-1 on penalties)

Real Madrid in the 1986/87 season faced off with Juventus in the second round of the European Champions Cup. The Spanish giants won the first leg 1-0 and Juventus won the second leg by that same margin. The game went into peanlty shootout and the five times champions at the time won on penalties.

Twenty-five years later, Emilio Butragueño gave Madrid the upper hand with the only goal of the Santiago Bernabéu first leg, but once more Juve responded in Turin thanks to Angelo Cabrini's ninth-minute reply. Unlike their first meeting, there were no replays so penalties settled the tie; both teams missed their first attempts but whereas Madrid converted their next three, Lionello Manfredonia and Luciano Favero were off target for Juve to end their side's campaign.


1995/96 UEFA Champions League quarter-finals

Real Madrid 1-0 Juventus

Juventus 2-0 Real Madrid


Juventus after suffering elimnation twice from the elite division of European club contest would earn a revenge this time around. Real Madrid won the first leg 1-0 at home, but a wel determined Juvebtus side kicked out the most successful club in European football by winning 2-0. They would travel all the way to the final and win their secolnd and last Champions League



1997/98 UEFA Champions League final

Juventus 0-1 Real Madrid

These two sides clashed for the frst time in the final of the Champions League in the 1997-98 season. Real Madrid won 1-0 courtesy of Predrag Mijatović goal 



2002/03 UEFA Champions League semi-finals

Real Madrid 2-1 Juventus

Juventus 3-1 Real Madrid

Again Juve were in arrears after the Madrid first leg, where goals in either half from Ronaldo and Roberto Carlos had given the hosts the edge despite David Trezeguet's riposte on the stroke of half-time. It was a different story in northern Italy, strikes by Trezeguet, Del Piero – both before the interval – and Pavel Nedvěd on 73 minutes rendering irrelevant a late effort from Juve old boy Zinédine Zidane. Nedvěd, however, picked up a late booking to rule him out of the final, lost on penalties to AC Milan.


2004/05 UEFA Champions League round of 16

Real Madrid 1-0 Juventus

Juventus 2-0 Real Madrid (aet)

The Italian giants made it three two-legged knockout wins in a row against Madrid despite finding themselves in familiar territory following the first leg. Once more their colours were lowered in the Spanish capital courtesy of Iván Helguera's 31st-minute strike, but Trezeguet netted with 15 minutes left in Turin to bring on extra time. After Ronaldo and Juve substitute Alessio Tacchinardi had been sent off in the 113th minute, three minutes later Marcelo Zalayeta conjured a Bianconeri winner


2008/09 UEFA Champions League group stage

Juventus 2-1 Real Madrid

Real Madrid 0-2 Juventus

Juve gained the upper hand in the clubs' first group meetings, goals from Del Piero and Amauri securing a home victory despite Ruud van Nistelrooy halving the deficit. Del Piero notched two more as Juve recorded their first away win against Madrid in 46 years – and booked their place in the round of 16. Madrid joined them there but neither advanced any further.


2013/14 UEFA Champions League group stage

Real Madrid 2-1 Juventus

Juventus 2-2 Real Madrid

Three seasons ago it was Madrid's turn to hold sway in the group fixtures, all the goals at the Bernabéu coming in the first half-hour with Cristiano Ronaldo scoring either side of Fernando Llorente's 22nd-minute equaliser. Giorgio Chiellini was red-carded early in the second half and duly banned for the Turin rematch, where Juve's goals came from Arturo Vidal and Llorente and sandwiched Ronaldo and Gareth Bale's responses for the visitors. While Juve dropped into the UEFA Europa League, Madrid went on to collect the trophy for a tenth time.


2014/15 UEFA Champions League semi-finals

Juventus 2-1 Real Madrid

Real Madrid 1-1 Juventus

In the semi-finals for the first time since their 2002/03 defeat of Madrid, Massimiliano Allegri's Juve eked out a first-leg advantage in Turin thanks to goals from Álvaro Morata – signed from Madrid the previous summer – and Carlos Tévez either side of a Ronaldo strike. Ronaldo levelled the tie from the spot 23 minutes into the Bernabéu return, only for Morata to score again 12 minutes after half-time to take Juve through at the expense of his former, and now current, employers.

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