Max Allegri’s tactical response to Saturday’s loss left a lot to be desired, but in the end Juve came out with three points.
Juventus immolated themselves with repeated unforced errors as they lost at the Mapei for the second consecutive year.
All the promise of the opener came crashing down as the same old problems popped up in front of the home fans.
The Bianconeri ripped their opposition apart in one of the most convincing wins in a long time.
Late goals in the other games Juve was watching condemned them to the Conference League—if they even get that far.
Juve’s last home game of the season saw them go out of the Champions League spots with a whimper.
A new point deduction changed the math, but Juventus blew it all to smithereens with an unacceptable performance.
Juve pulled ahead in an exhilarating contest, but a few mistakes doomed them in extra time.
Juve were in total control against the relegation battlers, and Fagioli’s rocket was the difference.
The latest of late goals sent the tie to Spain level.
Juve finally leapfrogged Lazio in an intense matchup that also broke their Bergamo hex.
Juve played as well as they’ve played all year, but still needed to sweat out the late stages.
Juve faceplanted in every possible way as Inter saw them out of the Coppa for the second consecutive year.
Juve had two goals disallowed before Napoli scored a stoppage-time winner.
Adrien Rabiot gaveth and then tooketh away, but he and his teammates kept Sporting from scoring a second time to advance.
Juventus couldn’t make anything happen against the Neroverdi, going into an important stretch of season on a low.
The defender’s fantastic month received its capper when he tapped in off the rebound in a tense affair that set up a second leg with all to play for.
Juve thought they were going into the second leg with a lead before a foolish handball let Inter back in—and caused absolute mayhem.
Manuel Locatelli and Moise Kean connected for a huge goal in Juve’s race to the top four.
Juve controlled proceedings at San Siro to secure their second victory of the season over their hated rivals.
A workmanlike second leg in Germany sent Juve to their first European quarterfinal since the 2018-19 season.
A minute of madness had the game far tighter than it should have been, but Juve eventually pulled away from the bottom side.
Juve controlled the game from start to finish, but will only take a one-goal lead to Germany next week after failing to convert their chances.
A stunner from an unlikely source gave the home team the win as the Bianconeri failed to score for the first time since October.
An exciting game saw Juve make their first comeback win of the season as they outlasted their neighbors.
A stunning individual effort by the Argentine punctuated a resounding win.
Spezia played the better game, but Juve was just ruthless enough to take home three points.