Trailing by two goals against the Italian team that knocked it out of the competition six months ago, the Spanish side found a way back this time.
Cristiano Ronaldo set up Paulo Dybala's winner in a 1-0 Juventus victory against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Juventus fans have yet to Ronaldo score, but coach and fellow players are not worried. They say it's only a matter of time before he will be putting the ball in the net.
Both Argentinian and French coaches see Lionel Messi as a key player in the round-two knockout game and are strategising with him in mind.
The Netherlands, World Cup finalists in South Africa in 2010 and semi-finalists four years later, crashed out despite beating Sweden 2-0.
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