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For a good number of years as the money in English football as grown the Premier League has continued to get more and more of it. So much so our lower league are often over looked. The new TV deal sees a change in the tide.
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Juventus vs Real Madrid, Champions League: Match Review

Real fall to Juve in the first leg, but leave Turin with a valuable away goal.
Juventus won the first leg of the Champions League Semifinal tie against Real Madrid, 2-1 at Juventus Stadium.
Ancelotti played Sergio Ramos behind Toni Kroos in the midfield, and he felt the literal pressure from Juve early on. Juve’s enthusiastic pressing earned them a few early chances, and they found the net just nine minutes in. Carlos Tevez received a pass directly into Real’s box, and Iker Casillas could not control the rebound from Tevez’s shot, which set up Álvaro Morata for an easy tap-in. Casillas and Real’s defenders share the blame for letting such a simple pass in, and giving up such a juicy rebound. Despite scoring against his former club, Morata didn’t celebrate his goal.
For most of the first half, the ball stayed pretty clear of the midfield, with each team struggling to get the ball off the feet of their defenders. Juve repeatedly tried to pass over Real, and Real tried to run through them. Isco played well and cut out space, but failed to create quality chances.
Real equalized 26 minutes in after Dani Carvajal kept a ball in play, passed to to James, who crossed it to a wide open Ronaldo who headed it home. The goal opened up Juve’s midfield and defense for Madrid for a bit, and they very nearly found a second minutes later. After an incredible series of passes through and around Juve, James hit a diving header into the crossbar.
The common trend through the first half was poor decision-making by Real’s defenders, and a lack of link-up play in attack. Juve’s lucrative pressing was effective, and it felt an fair result at 1-1 at the break.
Real opened the second half more comfortably than the first, but it wouldn’t last. After a blocked shot by Juve, they had space to run up the center of the pitch, and Dani Carvajal made a poor tackle on Tevez, drawing an undisputed penalty. It was an unnecessary challenge, and Tevez sent Casillas the wrong way on the ensuing penalty, giving the hosts a lead they wouldn’t sacrifice.
Isco had lots of room to run all day, and he was as strong as Ramos was poor. But Ancelotti perplexingly subbed him off in the 63rd minute for Chicharito. Real never really settled into possession in the second half, and with Ramos playing poorly out of his usual position, it was hardly surprising. Marcelo and Dani Carvajal were similarly lackluster.
In all, it felt like an experimental match by Ancelotti, and we likely won’t see his formation of 4-4-2 with Ronaldo and Bale alongside one another in the return leg. Juve’s ability to agitate Real’s defenders and midfield was incredibly impressive, and the scoreline was a very fair result.

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Juventus 2 - Real Madrid 1: Initial reaction and random observations
Following the Champions League semifinal draw, I was perfectly okay with Juventus being the underdog against Real Madrid. It's not like Juventus narrowly beating Monaco in the quarterfinals was suddenly going to flip a lot of opinions about the team that is about to play the defending European champions. And it's a role that Juve is perfectly okay with being in no matter what the situation is.
Well, the underdogs just beat the favorites and did so in a pretty impressive fashion.
Juventus will head to the Santiago Bernabéu in the exact same situation they were in going to Germany against Borussia Dortmund in the round of 16. The same two players that scored in the first leg against Dortmund found the back of the net against Real Madrid, with Álvaro Morata haunting his former team and then Carlos Tévez putting Juventus up 2-1 from the penalty spot early in the second half.
It was, as we've seen a lot in this run toward the finish line in the second half of season, Juventus rising to the occasion on the big stage when the game has cried out for it once again. Juventus looked great early on, putting Madrid under massive pressure that quickly lead to an early lead. It tapered off when Cristiano Ronaldo tied it at 1-1. But the pressure returned in the second half, and Juve clearly got the aggregate scoreline they deserve going into the second leg in Spain.

.@gianluigibuffon: "What’s important is us travelling to Madrid with the door still open for a place in the final." #JuveReal #UCL
— JuventusFC (@juventusfcen) May 5, 2015



Think about it: This is a Juventus team that could have had its foundation completely shook back in July when everything happened with who was managing the team. But it didn't even close to doing so because of who's around these days. A lot of it has to do with Max Allegri, but a lot of it also has to do with the players that are there themselves. This is a Juventus group that has been through it, has leaders like few teams do, and can overcome a lot of things thrown their way because of the past.
Those same players put in one hell of a performance against the defending and 10-time European champions. It was the kind of game Juventus needed to get the job done at home. And, because of it, the Champions League final is within sight. Like, legitimately in sight. My goodness.
Message sent. These underdogs are here to play — and play pretty darn well while they're at it.

.@OfficialAllegri: "I’m really pleased with the lads’ display tonight. The result is a deserved reward from a game that wasn’t easy." #UCL
— JuventusFC (@juventusfcen) May 5, 2015



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There's just something about Juventus playing well on the fifth day of May, isn't there? That's the kind of performance from the Juve I know and love.
With the injuries Real Madrid had in the midfield, there was the chance for Juve to truly dominate in the middle of the park. The way Arturo Vidal played, I think we can say they came close to doing that.
Arturo Vidal led Juventus with 82 touches vs Real Madrid. He was everywhere. pic.twitter.com/NsJdQFryb2
— Paul Carr (@PCarrESPN) May 5, 2015

Like I said on Sunday, Vidal being the true Vidal of old will be a huge boost for Juventus against Real Madrid. As the last month or two has gone by, it seems as though Vidal is building on each performance — something that is so crucial for somebody trying to regain the kind of form he has been in the previous three seasons.
Dani Carvajal could have been shown three or four yellow cards tonight. Funny how he doesn't get a card on the most obvious one of them all Tuesday night.
The tactical flexibility Allegri has at his disposal was once again put to good use once Juve went up 2-1. Out went Stefano Sturaro, in came Andrea Barzagli and the shift to the 3-5-2 formation. It worked out just as well as Allegri could have drawn it up — Juve locked things down defensively and Madrid didn't have many legitimate scoring chances in the final half-hour or so.
Speaking of Sturaro, how about that ballsy choice from Allegri to go with the 22-year-old midfielder instead of Roberto Pereryra? Sturaro was really good in his first ever Champions League start. And what a stage to have it come on, too. The youngster answered the call, and Allegri looked pretty smart once again. Good on him for having a gut feeling about who to play and going against what everybody else's logic said by playing Sturaro.
Forget the foul that allowed Juventus to get the penalty kick because that's one of the easiest calls of the night. How about that run from Tévez to even get to that point? There wasn't as much weaving in between defenders like his memorable goal against Parma earlier this season, but the ground covered ... oh man.Once again, thank you very much, Manchester City, for one of the best buys Juventus has ever made.
This is how Morata's goal looked with all that passing in the build-up. What a beautiful thing.
27 - I passaggi prima della rete di di Alvaro Morata: record per un gol in questa Champions. Squadra. #JuveReal pic.twitter.com/3ozKfeuWqR
— OptaPaolo (@OptaPaolo) May 5, 2015


It's not a big game until Giorgio Chiellini is bleeding like crazy and wrapped up like a mummy.
If Fernando Llorente scored that header at the back post late in the second half, though...
Ninety minutes away from the Champions League final. Just like we thought would happen on the day Max Allegri was hired to replace Antonio Conte. My goodness.
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Match Report: Brentford 3-0 Wigan Athletic

The final game of the season with nothing to play for, there were changes in the team. That wouldn’t allow us to avoid defeat though.
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Juventus vs Real Madrid, Champions League: Player Ratings

Can Ramos keep playing in the midfield?
Iker Casillas: 5. His only save came off a long-distance shot, so he did not have much work to do. However, Real Madrid keep conceding at a worrying rate. Furthermore, Casillas turned the ball over when the match was still 0-0 in a play that could have led to a Juventus goal.
Dani Carvajal: 4. Terrible mistake by making that penalty on Tévez on the 57th minute. Carvajal did set James up on Real’s first goal, but his mistake could cost the team a ticket to the Champions League Final. He did well by preventing Tévez from getting in a comfortable spot, but his challenge was very poor and difficult to explain. He was also caught out of position way too often. Carvajal isn’t shining this season.
Varane: 5. The French defender was decent but didn’t domnate the way he did against Atlético de Madrid in the Quarterfinals. It’s very hard to defend Tévez, but Varane should be ready for that challenge and tonight he did not shine. Late in the game, he made a big mistake that could have cost Real a 3-1 deficit.
Pepe: 6. Has Pepe lost his pace? Morata is obviously a fast striker, but he kept Pepe in his pocket all game long. Pepe’s speed hasn’t been the same since he recovered from that injury this year, and maybe it is all due to conditioning, but it’s an important factor to keep in mind considering how up on the pitch Real Madrid usually press. However, it could also be said that while he struggled, not even one of his mistakes cost Real a very dangerous chance against.
Marcelo: 4. About as poor as Carvajal. Marcelo turned the ball over on the play that led to Juventus’ second goal and was out of position on the opening one. The Brazilian left back has made some big mistakes recently and that trend could keep going, it seems.
Kroos: 5. The German midfielder had one of those games in which he isn’t engaged defensively. Juventus were able to get Tévez involved throughout the whole match mainly due to Kroos’ lack of defensive work. His positioning was improving a lot lately, but tonight he kept showing that he’s not a defensive midfielder just yet.
Ramos: 4. Ramos completed a very frustrating performance in the midfield, turning the ball over constantly. However, this is not his natural position and Ancelotti should share the blame for Ramos’ poor performance. This experiment worked against Sevilla and Atlético, but Juventus’ intense pressing bothered Ramos a lot.
Isco: 7. Isco played really well but Ancelotti surprisingly decided to take him out of the game when Chicharito came on. The Spanish midfielder was the main reason behind Real Madrid’s improvement during the first half by constantly demanding the ball and controlling the tempo of the game. That is why Ancelotti’s decision was questionable to say the least.
James: 7. Brilliant assist on Ronaldo’s goal and hit the crossbar when the game was even. A player of his quality and status should have scored that one.
Bale: 5. Very poor performance by the Welsh player, who was invisible during the whole match. He played very well against Sevilla and many fans wanted to confirm this improvement against Juventus. It did not happen.
Ronaldo: 6. He scored a tremendously valuable away goal for Los Blancos but overall his game wasn’t that great. Ronaldo fought very hard against Juventus’ defenders but couldn’t become a threat.
Chicharito: 5. Came on for Isco but wasn’t able to keep his food form going. Allegri made a good call by deploying a 3-5-2 right when Chicharito stepped on the pitch.
Jesé: -. Not given enough time.

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Can Ramos keep playing in the midfield? Iker Casillas: 5. His only save came off a long-distance shot, so he did not have much work to do. However, Real Madrid keep conceding at a worrying rate. Furthermore, Casillas turned the ball over when the match was still 0-0 in a play that could have led to a Juventus goal. Dani Carvajal: 4. Terrible mistake by making that penalty on Tévez on the 57th minute. Carvajal did set James up on Real's first goal...
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