ATLÉTICO DE MADRID 1-0 JUVENTUS
Atlético de Madrid: Moyá; Juanfran, Miranda, Godín, Ansaldi; Tiago, Koke, Saúl (Griezmann, 53'), Arda Turan (Siqueira, 89'), Raúl García, Mandžukić (Mario Suárez, 84').
Juventus: Buffon; Cáceres (Pereyra, 78'), Bonucci, Chiellini; Lichsteiner (Giovinco, 89')Marchisio, Vidal (Morata, 83'), Pogba, Evra; Tévez, Llorente.
Referee: Felix Brych (German). Booked the Atléticos Raúl García (54') and Ansaldi (62') and Juventus’ Bonucci (13’), Chiellini (56'), Litchsteiner (85'), Moratga (86'), Pogba (91') and Giovinco (94').
1-0, min.75. Arda Turan
Events: Match corresponding to the second round of the UEFA Champions League played at the Vicente Calderón.
The match began with two teams that, knowing what was at stake, tried to impose their style of play to control the game. The red and whites were ordered in their defence and commanded by Koke in the midfield, sought the goal defended by Buffon. It was precisely the Italian goalkeeper who spoiled the first scoring opportunity of the match by Mario Mandžukić from the edge of the box. Minutes later, it would be Pogba who would try his luck, but his shot went off grazing the goalpost defended by Moyá to finish a goalless tight first half.
Diego Pablo Simeone's players took the field in the second half with the idea of sieging Buffon’s goal, defended by the ordered defensive network of the bianconeros. This is how in a bounced ball, the Calderón requested a penalty for a hand by Cáceres in the box, that Brych considered involuntary. The scoreboard marked the 75th minute when Arda Turan, after a cross from Juanfran, beat Buffon to open a scoreboard that did not change until the end and awarded the first three points to Atlético.