Published: Wed, April 04, 2018
Money | By Armando Alvarado

Juventus vs Real Madrid

Juventus vs Real Madrid

The Portuguese forward has scored in every Champions League match this season and it took him less than three minutes to continue that tradition, thanks in part to a series of uncharacteristic defensive mistakes from Juventus.

Head coach Zidane, who as a player moved to Real from Juventus in 2001 for a world record fee, admitted he faces a selection conundrum with only defender Nacho unavailable.

Los Blancos' third goal arrived with 20 minutes remaining as Marcelo played a neat one-two with Ronaldo before rounding Buffon to tap into an empty net.

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"I have never seen anyone with the same assassin's instinct as Ronaldo".

Zidane was appointed Real Madrid boss in January 2016, and has triumphed in both Champions League editions during his tenure.

"The game is completely different to the Cardiff final".

"There is absolutely nothing to hold against the lads".

He continued "Juventus are a strong all-round side but we're ready to put in a good performance".

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Speaking after the match, legendary goalkeeper Buffon said: 'Ronaldo is an extraordinary champion.

Juve eventually grew into the game, but they had to wait until the 22nd minute for a clear-cut opening, with Keylor Navas producing a fine reflex save to deny Gonzalo Higuain from six-yards out.

Real looked set to score again when Toni Kroos latched onto a loose ball, his blistering long-range effort rattling the top of the crossbar.

Cristiano Ronaldo practiced his overhead kick goal against Juventus a day before during Real Madrid training.

Juve lost the plot moments later, as Dybala received his second yellow card for a very high foot that struck Carvajal in the midriff and was sent off.

"They should be compared in their value to Maradona and Pele for the way they ultimately are able to decide the matches and trophies their teams win".

"I feel great regret and disappointment", added the 40-year-old.

Real, though, nearly doubled their lead in the 35th minute when a 20-yard effort from German midfielder Toni Kroos crashed against the crossbar with Buffon beaten.

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