Cristiano Ronaldo is out of Champions League. Sergio Oliveira’s extra-time free-kick sent twice previous champs Porto through to the quarter-finals as the tie completed 4-4 on total.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus slammed out of the Champions League in the last 16 for the subsequent year running on Tuesday, losing to 10-man Porto on away objectives notwithstanding winning the second leg 3-2 in Turin.
Sergio Oliveira’s extra-time free-kick sent twice previous victors Porto through to the quarter-finals as the tie completed 4-4 on total.
Driving 2-1 from the principal leg in Portugal, Oliveira’s first-half punishment expanded Porto’s benefit yet Juventus leveled the tie through two objectives from Federico Chiesa, which came either side of Porto striker Mehdi Taremi’s red card.
Oliveira at that point rifled home a low free-kick on 115 minutes, which went through the legs of Ronaldo, with Adrien Rabiot’s header in answer coming to no end for Juventus.
“At the point when you make four major blunders more than two legs in the Champions League last 16, you can get killed,” said Juventus mentor Andrea Pirlo.
“It will require a couple of days to wipe this game from our psyches, yet then we should play each game with the correct demeanor, acknowledge we’re still just in March and have the opportunity to climb the Serie A table.”
Juventus had been relying on Portuguese striker Ronaldo, the opposition’s record goalscorer, and in-structure Spaniard Alvaro Morata, who had scored six objectives in the opposition this season, to get them through.
In any case, Juventus’ Champions League grief extending back 25 years kept, falling in the principal knockout round the second successive year in the wake of losing to French club Lyon last season.
“Crafted by the entire group was essential to go through in a way that was completely merited,” said veteran Porto protector Pepe.
“It’s difficult to clarify by words the manner in which we figured out how to respond (playing with 10 men). Today we showed loads of character: the players were engaged and that made it simple for us.”
Pirlo, in his first season as Juventus mentor, had recovered a few harmed players including midfielder Arthur and safeguard Leonardo Bonucci, however skipper Giorgio Chiellini stayed on the seat with Danilo suspended.
Porto goalkeeper Agustin Marchesin delivered a sharp early save to dismiss a Morata header, while Taremi gestured against the crossbar at the opposite end in a vivacious beginning to the game.
The Italian heroes fell behind on the night when Merih Demiral surrendered a punishment in the wake of packaging over Taremi in the crate, with Dutch official Bjorn Kuipers highlighting the spot.
Oliveira committed no error, sending Wojciech Szczesny the incorrect method to give the guests a 3-1 benefit generally speaking.
Marchesin proceeded with his heroics, the Argentine impeding from Morata on 26 minutes and Rabiot minutes after the fact after the French midfielder focused from distance.
Chiesa revives Juve hopes
Juve hit back after the break on account of Chiesa’s twofold, the first on 49 minutes when Ronaldo controlled and thumped it back for Chiesa to twist in past Marchesin from a tight point.
Porto before long went a man down with Taremi shipped off for two fast yellow cards, the second for carelessly kicking the ball away.
Notwithstanding the Iranian’s nonattendance Porto figured out how to hang tight, with Pepe interceding splendidly to constrain Chiesa into striking the post in the wake of adjusting Marchesin.
Chiesa committed no error soon after the hour getting his head to another ideal Juan Cuadrado cross which Marchesin again got a hand to yet couldn’t stop as Juve pulled level 3-3 on total.
Ronaldo botched an opportunity to add to his count of 134 Champions League objectives in the wake of heading a Cuadrado conveyance wide with 12 minutes to go.
It was start to finish activity with Marchesin denying Chiesa a cap stunt, while Morata had an objective precluded for offside in physical issue time before Cuadrado was frantically unfortunate to see his twisting shot smack ease off the bar.
Porto had the most obvious opportunity with regards to the initial 15 minutes in additional time with Szczesny hindering a Moussa Marega header.
However, Oliviera won a free-kick and terminated in low to beat Szczesny on 115 minutes in the midst of wild festivals from the Portuguese seat.
After two minutes Rabiot headed Juventus back into conflict yet the hosts couldn’t grab another objective as their European experience finished rashly again.