Comeback was the word of the day in Turin, and three goals from Cristiano Ronaldo gave Juventus a 3-0 win over Atletico Madrid and passage into the Champions League quarter-finals, winning 3-2 on aggregate.
Over 40,000 fans packed inside the Allianz Stadium as Ronaldo twice headed past Jan Oblak, before stepping up in the 86th minute to smash home a penalty and break Atleti hearts.
Diego Simeone’s men had won eight of their last 10 matches against Serie A sides, as well as keeping five clean sheets in their last five games, but they were no match for a Juventus side who dominated from the off.
In need of at least two goals, Juventus came out with all guns blazing and forced Diego Godin into an early clearance off the line as Leonardo Spinazzola low cross found Blaise Matuidi.
Juventus had the ball in the back of the net thanks to Giorgio Chiellini, but it was ruled out for a foul on Jan Oblak by Ronaldo.
Atletico were rocked and could barely get out their own half, though did manage a speculative shot from distance through Koke.
However, Juve took the lead just before the half hour through that man Ronaldo, who leapt above Juanfran and headed a Federico Bernardeschi cross past Oblak.
The comeback was on, and Bernardeschi fizzed a freekick just over the bar, then had a deflected effort go inches wide of goal.
Ronaldo was terrorising Juanfran and had another headed effort off target, before Oblak tipped a Chiellini chance over.
It should have been level at the break as a Koke cross found Alvaro Morata unmarked six yards out, but he could only head inches over the crossbar.
After the break the comeback was complete, as Joao Cancelo swung a ball into the area and Ronaldo again got on the end of it to send the Allianz Stadium wild.
That, understandably, brought Atletico out of their shell a little but a wayward Angel Correa shot was the best they could muster against an energised Juventus backline.
Moise Kean had a brilliant opportunity to make it three as he was played in on goal by Chiellini, but put his shot just wide of the far right post.
With five minutes to play, Bernardeschi dribbled into the area and referee Bjorn Kuipers awarded a penalty to the Bianconeri as the No.33 was tripped by Correa.
Ronaldo stepped up and dispatched the spot kick with ease to complete a miraculous comeback or the Bianconeri.