Juventus 1-2 Ajax: Champions League at a glance

Juventus 1-2 Ajax: Champions League at a glance

Juventus 1-2 Ajax: Champions League at a glance

Juventus shares were down 17.7 percent at 1.39 euros at 0730 GMT after plunging almost 21 percent when trading in Milan began.

Ajax Amsterdam coach Erik ten Hag said his team would keep "pushing boundaries" after they brought a breath of fresh air to the Champions League by reaching the semi-finals on Tuesday.

While Manchester United succumbed to a 0-4 aggregate defeat to Barcelona, Ajax overcame Cristiano Ronaldo threat as they edged past Juventus 3-2 (aggregate).

Remarkably, Ajax are the first team from outside England, Germany, Spain, Italy and France to reach the last four since their compatriots PSV Eindhoven 14 years ago.

I have seen Juventus lose in this stadium, albeit not many times, but I have never seen a team dominate here as Ajax did in the second half tonight.

The Catalan giants have been linked with the Ajax captain for months but face competition from Bayern Munich and Juventus.

"Everyone is going insane, Ajax are in the semi-final!" If we play well, we can overcome any limit. "And so there will be two more matches, against Tottenham Hotspur or Manchester City".

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Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana collects the ball on the edge of his box, before laying it off to a defender to start a mesmeric chain of one-twos and intricate triangles, all the way up to the Juventus box before Hakim Ziyech's shot is blocked.

"I'm confident because of the way we are playing and training".

Ajax last lifted the trophy in 1995 with a young, homegrown squad that contained future superstars like Edgar Davids, Clarence Seedorf and Patrick Kluivert. "I expected goals to be scored I have the same expectations for tomorrow".

"Win the Champions League?".

Portuguese star Ronaldo came back from injury to score a crucial away goal in last week's 1-1 draw in Amsterdam, having bagged an incredible hat-trick to rescue their campaign in the last 16 against Atletico Madrid.

"We have shown once again that we are very strong and that we can make it hard for large teams".

Barca president Josep Maria Bartomeu told ESPN FC in an exclusive interview he knows what will happen with De Ligt in the summer "but now is not the moment to talk about it".

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