Juventus vs. Celtic: Champions League Live Score, Highlights, Recap
Juventus (5) 2-0 Celtic (0)
Goal Scorers: Matri (Juventus), Quagliarella (Juventus)
Bookings: Peluso (Juventus), Izaguirre (Celtic)
Juventus: Buffon, Barzagli, Marrone, Bonucci, Padoin, Vidal (Isla), Pirlo (Giaccherini), Pogba, Peluso (Asamoah), Matri, Quagliarella
Subs: Storari, Vucinic, Giovinco, Asamoah, Giaccherini, Chiellini, Isla
Celtic: Forster; Matthews (Forrest), Wilson, Wanyama (Ambrose), Izaguirre; Samaras, Kayal, Ledley, Mulgrew; Commons (Lassad), Hooper.
Subs: Zaluska, Ambrose, Miku, Stokes, Lassad, McGeouch, Forrest.
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FT ANALYSIS: Juventus were far too strong across both legs. Conte's team played Celtic brilliantly and capitalised on any opportunity that presented itself. A terrific defensive performance in Italy will give their next opposition something to think about.
Ultimately, Celtic just couldn't get that important first breakthrough. Lennon's men produced great effort and energy, but lacked any cutting edge in the final third. The Scottish Premier League leaders should be proud of their Champions League run and can't be too disappointed with the result.
90+2'— Celtic finish with a late flurry of possession. Juventus, as ever, are happy to lap it all up.
90+1'— Forrest is doing well when on the ball. He skips by another tackle and lays off to Lassad, who nearly fires the ball out of the stadium.
THREE MINUTES OF INJURY TIME TO BE PLAYED
90'— Lassad turns quickly and crosses out of play.
89'— In all fairness to Celtic, they continue to battle across the pitch. The legs are evidently tired, but Lennon should be proud of his men. Forrest creates a minor opportunity for a shot but hits it straight at Buffon.
87'— Pogba goes down with what looks like cramp. The referee gives Juventus' young Frenchman time to recover.
86'— Izaguirre crosses, Buffon collects. Rinse. Repeat.
85'— Celtic just cannot break through Juventus' two lines of defence. Conte has got this spot on tonight.
83'— CHANCE FOR CELTIC! Forrest has been bright since coming on. He works an opportunity for Samaras, who wallops a shot over the bar from outside the box. The Greek international really should have hit the target there.
81'— Buffon collects Izaguirre's cross. The Italian keeper has been reliable when needed tonight, just one stunning save to keep Celtic at bay.
79'— Celtic try to push up the field but buildup is slow. Juventus regain possession stroll towards an offside call.
77'— Very little action as we head into the final 10 minutes. Perhaps the two teams could congregate in the middle and sing Mulgrew "Happy Birthday."
75'— Juventus have defended excellently again tonight. Conte's side have never looked like conceding a goal, let alone giving away the 3-0 advantage they began with. Pogba continues to clean up in the middle.
73'— Forster rushes off his line to collect the ball. Potential trouble quickly snooped out by the Celtic keeper. Up the other end, Hooper sends a speculative shot off target.
72'— CELTIC SUB: Lassad comes on for Commons.
Samaras crosses the ball out of play for yet another wasted Celtic chance.
71'— This game is certainly over now. Nothing of note has happened in the last five minutes as both teams slow the pace. Lennon won't be getting the victory he so desired.
70'— The big guns are off for Juventus. Celtic break forward and Commons gets the chance to shoot. He sends his effort over.
69'— JUVENTUS SUB: The game settles into a lull as Juventus replace Pirlo with Giaccherini.
66'— JUVENTUS SUB: Vidal makes way for Isla.
65'— GOAL FOR JUVENTUS! Quagliarella taps in from Vidal's cross. Brilliant ball from Pirlo set that in motion.
64'— YELLOW CARD! Izaguirre jumps in on Padoin. That was late and deserved a yellow card.
63'— Pirlo whips a free kick out of play. That's the second time the Italian has wasted a dead ball situation. HE IS HUMAN!
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