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In the second leg of the UEFA Champions League round of 16, Juventus were beaten 3-0 by Villarreal and were eliminated from the tournament in the first round of the knockout stage. In Turin, Villarreal took the lead with a quarter of an hour to go with a penalty scored by Gerard Moreno. A few minutes later Pau Torres scored the second, effectively closing the game (in the first leg, in Spain, it ended 1-1). The goal of the defined 3-0 came in injury time, again on a penalty kick, with Arnaut Danjuma.
In the first half Juventus had had several opportunities to take the lead but had not been able to exploit them. Villarreal, for their part, always remained in the game and took advantage of Juventus’ disappointing second half to take the lead and then spread into the final quarter of an hour.
In the other Champions League game played on Wednesday evening, reigning European champions Chelsea beat Lille and qualified for the quarterfinals. With the elimination of Juventus – the third consecutive in the round of 16 – there are no more Italian teams in the tournament: Inter had been eliminated by Liverpool last week, while Milan and Atalanta in December in the group stage. Atalanta, involved in the round of 16 of the Europa League, and Roma, in the round of 16 of the Conference League, remain the only Italians competing in the European cups.
⏰ RESULTS ⏰
Villarreal reach quarter-finals for first time since
Chelsea secure last-8 spot👏
🟡 Gerard Moreno, Pau Torres & Danjuma net as the Yellow Submarine secure famous win
🔵 Burak Yılmaz scores opener; Pulišić & Azpilicueta net for visitors#UCL
– UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) March 16, 2022