Juventus take a 2-1 lead to the Bernabeu thanks to victory in Champions League first leg in Turin against holders Real Madrid.
Alvaro Morata opened the scoring eight minutes into the match as the Old Lady’s zeal paid dividend. The former Real Madrid striker latched on to the ball at the back post after Iker Casillas was unable to hold a shot at goal from Carlos Tevez.
Real Madrid were level on 27 minutes though when Cristiano Ronaldo headed in his ninth goal of the tournament from a James Rodriguez’s cross.
Juventus took the lead again when Tevez carried the ball from inside his own half before winning a penalty. The Argentine dusted himself off before converting from the spot after 57 minutes.
Juve had a late chance to extend their lead, but Casillas remained alert on a short-range Fernando Llorente header.
The result leaves the tie very much for grabs at the Bernabeu on Wednesday.