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Five Vines to recap Juventus' road to the Champions League final

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All of the best highlights from the 2014-15 Champions League campaign

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1. Morata slays the mighty Galacticos

Alvaro Morata had already scored against his former club, Real Madrid, in the first leg of their Champions League semifinal tie in Turin. With Madrid in the driver's seat thanks to the away goals rule, it was again Morata who stepped up when his current team needed him the most. This left-footed strike arguably should have been saved by Iker Casillas, but history doesn't ask how you end up at your destination, just as long as you arrive. Morata's second goal against Madrid earned them a ticket to the Champions League final.

2. Buffon the legend

Any kind of rumors of Gianluigi Buffon's decline were greatly exaggerated. The legend pulled off a ton of huge saves during Juventus' Champions League campaign. His class was showcased at the highest level in the semifinal versus Real Madrid. This save of Gareth Bale's blistering shot is just one of the many of his World Class stops.

3. Vidal's penalty enough to see off Monaco

It was perhaps a bit more difficult in the Champions League quarterfinal against Monaco than most Juventus fans had hoped. Arturo Vidal's first leg penalty was just enough to win the tie by the slimmest 1-0 margin.

4. Tevez rocket vs. Dortmund

With Juve up 2-1 on aggregate after their first leg game against Borussia Dortmund, there was still everything to play for in the second leg of their Round of 16 tie. With Dortmund's famous 'yellow wall' at their backs, Juventus broke German hearts with this thunderbolt of a strike from Carlos Tevez just three minutes into the game.

5. Pogba's winner vs. Olympiakos

Juventus were struggling to open the group stage of the Champions League. Having lost two of their first three games and down 2-1 to Olympiakos in their fourth, Juve were in real trouble. Thanks to a Olympiakos own goal and this Paul Pogba game-winning strike the Old Lady advanced to the Round of 16 and the rest is history.