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Ned Zelic comes on for the Brazilian. Ten minutes later there was huge controversy as Ricken has a goal disallowed, Tanko dispossesses Carrera by the corner flag on the left side of the Juventus half, he then swings over a brilliant cross into the far post for Ricken who heads it past Rampulla who is in no mans land, but the referee had blown his whistle before the ball had even touched the back of the net.
A host of Dortmund players race over to both the referee and the linesman to remonstrate but it seems that the goal was disallowed due to what the linesman believed was a foul on Carrera by Tanko when he dispossessed him of the ball.
Fortunately for Juve the scoreline remains The German side is now piling on the pressure and Tanko has a shot that is deflected into the side netting.
Last 20 minutes culminates in nail-biting stuff, like two heavyweight boxers slugging it out in the last two rounds. Dortmund keep streaming forward without really testing Rampulla and with less than ten minutes left Baggio tees up Sousa who hits a scorcher of a shot which cannons off the post and back into play which surely would have killed the tie.
Klos saves two Ravanelli shots in succession as Juve aim for the jugular then immediately Borussia go straight down the other end and should have scored as Tretschok plays a one-two with Zorc in headers before Trestchok smashes a half-volley high in the Dortmund stands from 12 yards out.
A gripping sequence of events. As the referee called time on a pulsating match, the Juve players all ran to their captain to celebrate.
His moment of brilliance had won the game and the tie for The Old Lady, both teams were excellent but the loss of Sammer, Moeller and Riedle significantly hurt the Germans in the end.
After the events of two years before Borussia showed they were a very capable side and much improved and arguably would only get better.
Juve would gain revenge by beating Parma in the final of the Coppa Italia a month later, securing a domestic double. Juve fan.
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Pirlo and Juventus get praise for the new direction the club is taking December 4, Juventus lost midfielder Andrea Pirlo in the first half to injury, and in turn lost their flow as Dortmund pressed for a second away goal.
But after Leonardo Bonucci headed over a good chance from six yards, the hosts grabbed the lead going into half-time. Tevez fed Paul Pogba on the left after 43 minutes, and the Frenchman's fine centre was tucked away by Morata from six yards, appearing in between two Dortmund defenders.
Juventus controlled the game in the second period but missed two fine opportunities to take a two-goal lead to Dortmund.
First, the tireless Tevez dragged the ball just wide through a crowded penalty area after being found by Claudio Marchisio.
Then, substitute Roberto Pereyra beat Weidenfeller from eight yards at an angle having been put through on goal by Morata with four minutes remaining, but his effort went inches wide of the post.
Steve Nicol believes not having a crowd is impacting Liverpool's play despite their win vs. Sheffield United.
The Champions League is back, and back with a bang, after the draw for the group stage concluded on Oct. The top line? The standout pairing of the group stage also boasts an American subplot, with U.
Matchday 2 gives us the first of two blockbuster group stage matches between Juventus and Barcelona, though it's unclear as yet whether Ronaldo will suit up given his recent positive tests for the coronavirus.
Editor's note: Late on the evening before the game, it emerged that Ronaldo will NOT be available to play. Elsewhere, you've got Atletico Madrid looking to rebound from a heavy defeat to Bayern Munich in Group A, Manchester City and Pep Guardiola hoping to break their slump at Marseille in Group C, Ajax traveling to Atalanta in a Group D match with plenty of knockout-round implications, and a chance for Chelsea to end their own scoreless streak in a trip to Krasnodar in Group E.
Dortmund and Real Madrid, two of the stronger teams in this year's competition, are also hoping to shrug off shock defeats to Lazio and Shakhtar Donetsk in matchday 1 and get into the wins column.
Editor's note: This has been updated since the group stage draw concluded on Oct. Expanded group stage analysis of matchday 2 is by Tom Hamilton.
Reigning champions Bayern Munich travel to Moscow off the back of a storming win over Eintracht Frankfurt at the weekend. Robert Lewandowski scored yet another hat-trick to make it 10 goals in five league games for the season, while Leroy Sane and youngster Jamal Musiala also scored.
Having won their opening Champions League group match against Atletico Madrid last week, Bayern are rumbling along nicely but will be without left-back Alphonso Davies , who suffered an ankle injury on Saturday.
It was a poor result given that Rotor are firmly at the wrong end of the Russian Premier League table; Lokomotiv won't have it easy against Bayern on Tuesday night.
Expect a comprehensive win for the German side. Eintracht Frankfurt. After they were hammered in the opening round at Bayern, the only way is up for Diego Simeone's men.
They are without long-term absentee Antoine Bernede and will do well to claim anything from an Atletico team that can pick apart most opponents.
Shakhtar pulled off the biggest shock of matchday 1 when they won at Real Madrid with Tete and Manor Solomon both scoring alongside a Raphael Varane own goal.
It was a remarkable performance from Luis Castro's side, but they stuttered at home to Vorskla in a draw at the weekend despite playing against 10 men for 37 minutes.
This has "tense draw" written all over it. Borussia continue to play their way into form this season, winning at Mainz with Lars Stindl , Jonas Hofmann and Matthias Ginter all scoring.
They sit fifth in the Bundesliga and are still without Denis Zakaria for Tuesday's match against an unpredictable Real Madrid. But the big news revolves around Eden Hazard 's return to the squad while there are question marks over who plays at right-back with Dani Carvajal , Alvaro Odriozola and Nacho all injured.
Ferland Mendy could deputise there, or they may opt for Lucas Vazquez , who played well at right-back after coming off the bench Saturday. Porto lost at Manchester City last week, but managed to get a key win across the line against Gil Vicente on Saturday thanks to Evanilson 's goal, having been reduced to 10 men for the final 16 minutes when Zaidu Sanusi was red-carded.
Olympiakos got their Champions League campaign off to a superb start, beating Marseille thanks to Ahmed Mahgoub's injury-time winner.
They had the weekend off and will be fit and firing for their trip to Lisbon. We're rooting for a shocking away win in this one.
Andre Villas-Boas' Marseille side won at Lorient on Saturday thanks to Leonardo Balerdi 's goal and have a fully fit squad for when they welcome Pep Guardiola's side Tuesday evening.
Manchester City's stuttering start to the season by their high standards, at least continued when they drew at West Ham on Saturday, with substitute Phil Foden scoring the equaliser.
Guardiola is under increasing pressure to make a decision on where his future lies with his contract up in eight months' time, and his side will travel to France without Fernandinho who was injured against Porto , Aymeric Laporte , Benjamin Mendy and Gabriel Jesus.
You wouldn't bet against the visitors taking all three points, but Marseille have the nous to exploit what's wrong with Man City at the moment. AJAX Tuesday, 4 p.
Atalanta trounced Midtjylland on Champions League matchday 1, but that triumph is sandwiched between two heavy defeats in Serie A. They lost at home to Sampdoria on Saturday, which followed their defeat at Napoli the previous week.
Gian Piero Gasperini's side will look to get back to winning ways against Ajax but will not have it easy against the record-breakers.
Having lost at home to Liverpool in the opening round, the Dutch giants know they'll need a win on the road at Atalanta to keep their Champions League prospects alive.