Juventus score brilliant goal against Bayern Munich

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Juventus are 45 minutes away from claiming their place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League. 

The Turin-based out headed into this evening's clash against Bayern Munich as the underdogs, but they've managed to defy the odds by scoring two first-half goals. 

Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba handed the Italian champions the lead, but his goal has been well and truly eclipsed by his side's second of the clash. 


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Starting from on the edge of his own box, forward Alvaro Morata took the ball in his stride, taking on defender after defender, eventually finding former Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado, who produced a sublime piece of skill himself. 

Cuadrado turned his defender with ease and produced a thunderous finish to double his side's advantage in Germany. 

Anyway, you can see the world-class goal for yourself here: 

Huge second half 

Pep Guardiola has it all to do at half-time to ensure his side come out all guns blazing in the second half of the tie. 

There's no denying the fact that Bayern have the quality to score two second half goals against their Italian opponents, but a stubborn Juventus side won't make it easy for them. 

Another moment of magic from one of Juve's superstars will well and truly put this game to bed. It appears that the Serie A outfit could be this season's dark horses once again. 

Will Bayern turn it around against Juve? Have your say below! 

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