A look at Juventus’ Champions League campaign ahead of Saturday’s final against Real Madrid in Cardiff:
Juventus didn’t lose a match in a group with Sevilla, Lyon and Dinamo Zagreb.
The Bianconeri had a disappointing start, drawing 0-0 at home against Sevilla, but they advanced to the knockout stage with a 3-1 win in Spain, courtesy of two late goals.
That ninth-minute strike by Sevilla defender Nicolas Pareja was the last goal Juventus would concede until the second leg of the semifinals against Monaco — a run of 690 minutes.
The only other occasion Juventus dropped points was in another home draw, when it was held 1-1 by…