I’m not crying, YOU are crying.
On a night in which you wanted the players to decide the game, an Italian referee played a major role again.
Juventus’ youngest starter and oldest starter play starring roles in a step closer to securing Champions League football for the fall of 2022.
Welcome back to our old friend Moise Kean. I’ve missed him.
Former Fiorentina players proving to be the difference makers for Juventus against Fiorentina.
Well, that mostly sucked.
What a stupid, stupid game.
A thrilling run into the Women’s Champions League quarterfinals ends with disappointment in France.
Early goals always recommended.
Hello darkness my old friend.
Rise and grind out another result. Or something like that.
Never in doubt.
The Dus got loose.
That was not fun.
Just when you thought they were out, Juve pull you back in.
Not what you would call a prime example of good finishing in front of goal, but a win is a win, dammit.
Something tells me these new guys are going to be very popular very quickly.
Zeroes on zeroes on zeroes.
A win! A comfortable win!
A win that will surely be overshadowed by one simple look toward the stands.
What a dumb ending.
Nothing to see here. Just a low-key Sunday night in the Italian capital.
New year, same frustrating team.
A win to close out a 2021 calendar year where things did not exactly be categorized as "good" a lot of the time.
Juventus won the game, but you probably didn’t see much of it because there was a lot of fog.
This day, however cold it was in Turin, was a good day.
Another bad night in a season full of them.
With a little help from our friends over in Russia, Juventus got an early Christmas present on the final day of the group stage.