Celtic 0 - 3 Juventus

Match info: Champions League at Celtic Park

Date: 12/02/2013 KO: 19:45 Ref: A Undiano Mallenco Att: 60,000

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Celtic

0
vs
3

Juventus

Alessandro Matri 3
Claudio Marchisio 77
Mirko Vucinic 83

FT (ht: 0-1)

 

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  • It's a bitter blow in the end for Celtic, who lose 3-0 in the first leg despite an admirable, battling performance. The hosts could arguably have had three penalties such was the aggression of Juventus' defending from set pieces, but the Italians take a big victory back to Turin and are certified favourites for the second leg now. Thanks for your company this evening and I'll see you all soon.

  • FULL TIME. Celtic 0 Juventus 3.

  • It could have quite easily been 4-0 as Anelka looks to play the ball back into Padoin's path, with the ball slightly behind him in the end as Wilson clears.

    90+1
  • Three minutes of added time to be played.

    90
  • Yellow card for Marchisio for a cynical challenge on Ambrose.

    90
  • Mulgrew's curling delivery lands in the six-yard box but it's far too central and makes for an easy claim for Buffon.

    89
  • Wanyama takes a tumble under Pogba, and Celtic have a free-kick 30 yards from goal, which Mulgrew will take.

    88
  • Vucinic slowly heads off, and Anelka comes on to make his debut for The Old Lady.

    86
  • Wilson's sliding tackle on Vucninic takes a touch off the striker last, but a corner is given in the visitors' favour.

    85
  • It's terribly harsh on Ambrose, who dawdles on the ball and is pickpocketed by Marchisio, who feeds in Vucinic with a neat finish perhaps ending the tie in the first leg here alone.

    83
  • GOAL FOR JUVENTUS - VUCINIC!

    83
  • Watt looks to pounce on Vidal's loose pass, but Bonucci gets ahead of the striker and feeds the ball back to Buffon as Celtic look to run out of steam now.

    82
  • Juve also make a switch as Pogba arrives in place of Matri.

    81
  • Celtic make their final change, with Brown coming off in place of Kayal.

    80
  • Parkhead has quietened to a lengthy extent now, as the Celtic fans must feel quite hard-done-by given their admirable efforts up until this point.

    79
  • Marchisio does get on the scoresheet this time, and it's a magical goal, with Pirlo knocking the ball into his path, before the forward cuts back inside Wilson and fires past Forster to give Juve what could be a crucial second away goal.

    77
  • GOAL FOR JUVENTUS - MARCHISIO!

    77
  • It's now the Celtic players who are reprimanded for pushing, with Brown and Padoin booked in the outcome.

    76
  • Izaguirre collects the ball after neat, patient play from the hosts, and as Lichtsteiner jumps, a deflection off him takes the ball for another corner.

    75
  • Commons makes way as Watt takes his place.

    74

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