A night which started so positively for the defending European Champions ended in complete frustration.
Chelsea had taken a 2-0 lead thanks to a brace from Brazilian youngster Oscar who scored in the 31st and 33rd minutes of the match with two impressive long-range strikes.
However, poor defending and miscommunication from the defense were the culprits of the club, allowing Juventus to get back into the match.
If Chelsea are going to make a strong run at a title defense, then they have to manage things better, especially when they are up 2-0. But, there are many who will tell you that a 2-0 lead is the most dangerous in the game, and any of them would be preaching to the choir if in front of Chelsea fans.