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Juventus book Champions League final place

20 Mai 2017

It wasn't easy to go on the sort of run we've had in the Champions League.

Juventus secured their place in the Champions League final after coasting to a 2-1 win over Monaco in Turin.

Dani Alves and Mario Mandzukic's strikes in the first half gave Juventus a convincing 2-0 (4-0 on aggregate) lead and thereby confirmed their final berth.

"Two years ago everyone thought it was my last final - but you have to believe in your dreams and believe in what you do". I think the team has a good chance to win the Champions League.

"It's actually happening now".

"It was still very tough but if you maintain the right attitude and you're prepared to scrap for it then you can overcome the hard moments". The 18-year-old striker wasn't even born when Buffon made his Serie A debut in 1995.

Juve last won the European Cup in 1996, beating Ajax on penalties in Rome, but they failed to retain the trophy as Borussia Dortmund triumphed in the Munich final 12 months later. We can't take anything for granted because at this level you only need to make one mistake and you've let in a goal. He has scored 19 goals and added four assists in Ligue 1 play this season.

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For Juve, domestic titles are a minimum, it's the Champions League they really want.

Leonardo Jardim's side have been the surprise packages of the tournament, though, and with a number of exciting young players in their ranks Falcao is confident that they will improve next season.

It was a remarkable turnaround for a player who felt unwanted when Barcelona chose to release him as a free agent in June and then suffered a broken left fibula in November.

Arsenal are not known to make quick decisions, and with that Wenger hold to remain for what looks like two more seasons, it looks like being another summer (and then the season) of discontent for the team from North London.

The match started at a good pace as both the teams were looking to mark their authority on each other.

Juventus survived an early scare when Mbappe's shot from a tight angle came off the inside of the far post, although the teenager had been flagged offside.

As in the first leg, Alves found the key to unlock Monaco, his pin-perfect cross finding Mandzukic, who lashed high into the net after Subasic brilliantly denied his initial header.

Juventus book Champions League final place