Champions League 2014-15
Let’s talk about that 2015 game, where a Cinderella Juventus made believers of all of us.
Coming up against an imperious Barcelona side, almost untouchable in the new year, is a mighty final challenge for Max Allegri's Juventus. By competing in these five key areas the Italians will have a chance, and could even spring a surprise.
It's been 12 long years since Juventus last played in a Champions League final. Come Saturday, that streak will end. But can Juve slay the favorite for yet another time in Europe this season to get the trophy with rather large ears?
Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini left training early on Wednesday with a calf injury, the club announced on its website. Time to form a prayer circle.
With a chance to complete the treble in less than a week's time, Juventus has surpassed all but the most drunkenly optimistic predictions. After a turbulent offseason, the "Vecchia Signora" has now completed the Italian double for the third time.
The key to Juventus winning the Champions League final lies in Barcelona's right, and Juve's left.
Following a day of rest on Sunday as the rest of Serie A ended their season, Juventus got back to work on Monday with the Champions League final on their mind. And that also happened to be the day where all the media came to Turin to watch, too.
Juventus defender Andrea Barzagli suffered a thigh injury against Napoli on Saturday night. While tests still remain to be done, it could put the defender's status for the Champions League final in doubt.
Juventus is back in the Champions League final for the first time since the 2002-03 season thanks to Álvaro Morata's goal against his former team.