Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Juventus crash out of the Uefa Champions League by away goal rule despite 2-1 win over Lyon, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
It was a very entertaining first 45 minutes encounter as both Juventus and Lyon both scored one goal each.
The Turin outfit did lots of attacking as they were looking forward to pulling back after the first leg lost.
It took 12 minutes for the away side to go ahead in the encounter as Memphis Depay scored from the penalty spot.
The penalty came as a result of Rodrigo Bentancur from tripping Houssem Aouar which saw VAR awarded the foul.
Memphis Depay handles the ball in the penalty box to give the home side a penalty with aid of VAR.
Cristiano Ronaldo stepped up and made it 1-1 with an excellent kick which gave his side hopes.
It ended first half Juventus 1-1 Lyon as both sides headed for the break with tie scoreline.
Second Half Report
The second half of the encounter resumed with more pace and tenacity from both teams.
In a bid for the home side to progress while the away side struggled to hold off the scoreline.
Juventus made it 2-1 in the 60th minute’s thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo once again who recorded his brace in the game.
The home side carried out various forms of attack to enable them to get that one most important goal.
It ended Juventus 2-1 Lyon but it wasn’t good enough as Sarri’s side crashed out by away goal rule.
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