15 March, 2017
Paulo Dybala scored from the penalty spot as Juventus dug in to beat 10-man Porto 1-0 in their Champions League round-of-16 second-leg clash in Turin on Tuesday.
With the win, Juve is back into the quarters where it joins Leicester City, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.
Massimiliano Allegri's men were on top right from kick off, Paulo Dybala squandering an early chance in just the third minute - lashing his right-footed attempt high over the bar when he really should have squared the ball to Gonzalo Higuain.
"Some of my team-mates have already won the trophy and I'd like to be decisive in a Champions League game".
Porto and Juventus line up to settle their Champions League round of 16 matchup on Tuesday.
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"There will always be a doubt as to whether it would have been different with eleven players", said Porto coach Nuno Espirito Santo. We know we're up against Juventus away from home, but we have to concentrate on our game.
On paper, Porto give little away to Juventus - like Juve, the Portuguese have won the competition twice, in 1987 and 2004.
Alex Telles' two quick yellow cards in the first half of the opening leg of this tie effectively ended Porto's chances to get a result from the initial meeting between the two teams.
It was a comfortable win for the Italian side, who will be looking to go one better than when they finished as runners-up in the competition in the 2014/15 campaign.
Mark Donaldson and Craig Burley predict who will move on to the Champions League quarterfinals.