Morata decides: Juve will be in Berlin, not Madrid

Juventus will be Barça's opponent in the Champions League final 

Morata decides: Juve will be in Berlin, not Madrid
Morata decides: Juve will be in Berlin, not Madrid

Juventus will be Barça's opponent in the Champions League final 

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Juventus will be Barça's opponent in the Champions League final in Berlin. La Vecchia Signora beat Real Madrid in the semifinals thanks to a draw at El Bernabeu (1-1, 2-3). Former Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata was the Italians hero and scored the decisive goal. 

Madrid began better and scored first. Cristiano Ronaldo didn't fail from the penalty spot -as he did against Valencia on the weekend- and beat Buffon with a good shot. Despite the scoresheet, Juventus controlled the game better, with the need of scoring at least one goal to force the extra-time. Juventus' midfield formed by Pogba, Pirlo, Marchisio and Vidal were better than Madrid's, that tried to counter-attack to get a second goal. 

In the minute 57', an old friend of the white house scored the decisive goal. Alvaro Morata, who was sold to Juventus for 22 million euros, scored with a close range shot with his left foot. Casillas couldn't save it. Real Madrid were unable to create more clear chances in the last minutes. Gareth Bale tried a couple of times but his shots never hit the target. Marchisio and Pogba could have scored the second for Juventus, but Casillas had a good night. In the end, Juventus is in Berlin.

VIDEO. Morata's goal

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