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Summary

  1. Morata scores against his former club
  2. Ronaldo levels with his 54th goal of season
  3. Tevez struck his seventh CL goal of season
  4. Return leg in Madrid on 13 May
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By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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We shall see you all tomorrow night for Barcelona v Bayern then. Good night!

Barcelona v Bayern Munich (Wednesday)

Who do you make favourites in that second leg then? Plenty of subplots kicking around the place - we will of course bring you all he action from the Nou Camp.

Barcelona v Bayern Munich (Wednesday)

Barcelona's Lionel Messi is "too good" and impossible to stop, according to Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola ahead of tomorrow's second semi-final.

Bayern and Barca meet at the Nou Camp in Wednesday's Champions League semi-final first leg, with Guardiola back at the Spanish club for the first time since leaving in 2012.

"There is not a system or coach to stop talent of Messi's magnitude," he said.

"The way he has been playing over the past four or five months, you cannot stop him. He is too good."

Messi, 27, scored twice in Barca's 8-0 win over Getafe on Saturday to reach 51 goals for the season, and in November became the Spanish league's all-time top scorer.

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You've lost me there Never...

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Khan Karn: I would take a Bale-Sterling swap any day of the week. Real Madrid can also have; Mignolet, Johnson, Borini, Balotelli, Enrique and Lovren.

Never Fenandes: Why not - Bale to Man U, Ronaldo to Man U and then Bale to Real Madrid? It would be great fun. And it might work too.

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Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live at the Juventus Stadium

"Real have special players who can do special things but they were not allowed to tonight. Sergio Ramos' passing at the end was lamentable, and a lot of Real players were below their capabilities. They were really disappointing.

"We mentioned before the game about this being a difficult place to play and even though we're talking about world-class players it still might have affected one or two of them, playing here. But when Real are at home the performance levels will come straight back."

The greatest?

RONALDO WINS THE VOTE

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In honour of Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon this evening we asked you to vote for the best footballer never to win the Champions League.

The resounding winner was PSV, Barcelona, Internazionale, Real Madrid and AC Milan man Ronaldo with 36.4% of the vote.

If you never had the pleasure of seeing him play at his very best, there are many, many YouTube videos out there.

Get the kettle on, mute the EuroTechno that often accompanies them, and enjoy his unique blend of pace, strength and balletic touch. Count how many ways you can go around the goalkeeper...

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It's all set up for an intriguing second leg then. The sides meet again in Madrid next Wednesday night. You do not want to be missing that.

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Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live at the Juventus Stadium

"Personality-wise Cristiano Ronaldo bosses things at Real Madrid. If there are two balls on - Ronaldo or Bale - they give the ball to Ronaldo. Bale has to be a big strong character, but it's almost impossible to take that off Ronaldo, who I feel thinks of Bale as a threat.

"That must be hard to deal with. I also don't think Bale is 100% fit. We know he has incredible pace, and ordinarily four or five times a game he will let rip and burn off past defenders. Not once did we see that today."

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Paul, Glasgow: I don't understand why Gareth Bale is getting torn to pieces. He's just come back from a six-week-long layoff and this was his first start. He can't be expected to deliver immediately after injury.

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Former Manchester United defender Phil Neville

BBC Radio 5 live

"Tonight we saw the Carlos Tevez of his early days at Manchester United and at Manchester City, it was absolutely wonderful and he didn't give the Real defenders a moment's rest.

"Gareth Bale was disappointing though. Getting the ball in the second half he looked short on confidence. Normally he would turn and run straight at the defender, but he turned out and passed it back instead. That is not the Bale we know."

'We are very confident'

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Juventus left-back Patrice Evra: "The most important thing was the win. It is never easy against Real and I am very proud of my team mates and staff. We prepared very well and we got the win. We are very confident. Well done, we are 50% of the way there.

"Nobody expected us to get this far, it is 12 years since we got this far.

"Carlos Tevez has United blood like myself. He is a champion. He has had a fantastic year and we want to win the Champions League. He is a massive professional."

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Jane: I feel sorry for Gareth Bale, he's being played out of position. Maybe Liverpool could swap him for Sterling?..

Nathan, Harrogate: Bale to Man Utd with Di Maria going the other way. Di Maria and Ronaldo had a great understanding which produced many goals, while Bale would be hero worshipped at Old Trafford.

Tom, North Wales: Good performance from Juventus who can rest their entire first team 11 now the league is won. Could give them the edge in the second leg.

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If we are being critical of Gareth Bale, that's nothing on what the Spanish press will be writing.

In numbers: Bale had one shot, 32 touches, 18 passes and created zero chances.

Carlos Tevez in contrast had five shots, 51 touches, 36 passes and created two chances.

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Andy West

European football writer

"In fairness to Bale, asking him to play as a centre forward - something he's hardly ever done - against a defence like Juve isn't too clever."

'Real had nine men'

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ITV's panel of former Manchester United players are not impressed with members of the Real side tonight...

Roy Keane: "You can't win a game with 10 men. Gareth Bale gave Real Madrid nothing tonight. He took the easy decision every time. The reason he is at Real Madrid is because he can be brave on the ball. He didn't take a player on once and his team-mates will not be happy with him."

Paul Scholes: "They had nine men. Sergio Ramos was even worse."

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Celebrating too much? Gigi Buffon leads his Juve players in a hold-hands-and-slide-on-your-knees moment, like a team winning promotion. It's not over yet lads...

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Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live at the Juventus Stadium

"Juventus are the champions of Italy, again, and this season has been built on an incredibly good defence. They have not given away many goals in the Champions League either this year, and they are good on the break.

"Carlos Tevez looks as sharp as sharp can be, so there is every chance they can do it. I still think they are slight underdogs, but I would not be shocked - even mildly surprised - if they do it."

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Gareth Bale's 'difficult' second season at Real Madrid continued tonight. There's no getting away from the fact that he was disappointing. Will he be back in England next season?

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Andy West

European football writer

"I like Carlo Ancelotti but taking off Isco and leaving on Bale was the worst substitution I've seen for a very long time."

Juventus 2-1 Real Madrid

Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live at the Juventus Stadium

"Juventus might have taken 0-0 before the game. It's not over and they are not through yet, but this is an amazing result for them. The fans here feel they can go away from home and get a draw. That is all they need to reach the Champions League final."

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Carlos Tevez's 50th goal for Juventus was the difference maker this evening. He may well need to find another in the Bernabeu...

FULL-TIME

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There goes the whistle and there are huge celebrations from Juventus! Gigi Buffon embraces his defenders. It was a tactical gamble to sit on a lead but it may have worked. It may have worked.

But a 1-0 win is enough for Real Madrid in the second leg.

YELLOW CARD

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As Pat Nevin says, Giorgio Chiellini has been booked for chopping down Cristiano Ronaldo.

Juventus 2-1 Real Madrid

Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live at the Juventus Stadium

"Fernando Llorente just didn't catch enough of it. The centre-forward, in loads of space at the back post? He has to get it on target with more power than that. That could be so important.

"I think Giorgio Chiellini has been offended he hasn't been in the book tonight. You could see that challenge coming 10 yards away."

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Andy Gee: I'm pretty certain Gareth Bale won't get a rating in the Spanish papers tomorrow and he'll deserve it.

Nigel Hoskins: Bale off. Not been at the races tonight. Still would love him at Manchester United next season.

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CLOSE!

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What a chance! Andrea Pirlo's free-kick in was brilliant and Fernando Llorente had a sitter at the back stick! Get your head on it and book the plane tickets to Berlin - but he hardly makes contact and the ball sits up for Iker Casillas to catch. Woeful header.

INJURY TIME

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THREE MINUTES added on. Juventus free-kick on the left wing. Andrea Pirlo to take.

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Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live at the Juventus Stadium

"He isn't the quickest Fernando Llorente but if he passes it back there (see 87 mins)... it's moments like those that win games.

"Yes we know Gareth Bale's a good goal scorer but his link-up play? He and Cristiano Ronaldo have absolutely no understanding whatsoever. That's not really good enough for a centre-forward partnership. James Rodriguez has been poor too. He's another perhaps playing in the shadow of Ronaldo."

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Into the last minute, Andrea Pirlo wastes a bright opening for the hosts with an overhit pass.

CLOSE!

Juventus 2-1 Real Madrid

That could have killed it! Raphael Varane makes a mistake at the back and Juve sub Fernando Llorente is onto it! He goes round Iker Casillas but the angle is very tight, Llorente can't shoot and does well to cut it back - but Dani Carvajal reads it well and clears.

SUBSTITUTION

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Carlos Tevez and Gareth Bale leave the field - after contrasting evenings. Jese and Roberto Pereyra are on in their places. Juve just playing for the whistle.

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Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live at the Juventus Stadium

"At 2-1 to Juventus this is brilliantly balanced for the second leg. Another goal for either side massively changes that. At 3-1 Juve will think they can do it, but at 2-2 they would have a mountain to climb in Madrid."

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James Rodriguez is booked for a lazy challenge in midfield. Real Madrid haven't had a shot on target since they scored. That was almost 60 minutes ago...

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Kritt Normsaskul: Have a feeling Real are missing Luka Modric in the middle. Some extra creativity needed to unlock the Juve defence.

Hari Sri: Sergio Ramos has been watching too many Paul Scholes compilations.

Avigar: Why doesn't Gareth Bale play on the left? With Cristiano Ronaldo up front now is the chance!

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That is awful, Sergio Ramos! Dearie me, a terrible crossfield pass to the fans in Row C. Gareth Bale then gives it away too. All the best attacking players on the pitch and nobody to find them. Luka Modric can't recover soon enough.

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Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live at the Juventus Stadium

"Since the changes have been made there have been a lot of Real crosses allowed in. It's as if Juventus know they are capable of coping with that - 'we've got three of the best at the back' - and any ball in from Real has to be perfect.

"Fernando Llorente gives Juve a much more physical presence up top. Alvaro Morata gave everything against his old club tonight."

Juventus 2-1 Real Madrid

Sit back, sit back - Seems a strange gearshift from Juventus to be honest after they went 2-1 up. If Real equalise in the final 10 minutes, and they could well do, Massimiliano Allegri will kick himself.

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Ed Baxendale: Gareth Bale playing?

Frankie: Poor substitution by Real Madrid. Bale should be one to go off. Done totally nothing tonight.

Mich: Sergio Ramos is giving an absolute masterclass... of how NOT to play in central midfield.

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SUBSTITUTION

Juventus 2-1 Real Madrid

Alvaro Morata - impressive throughout - comes off against his old club and another Spaniard, Fernando Llorente, is on.