Juve have been found wanting in their most recent meetings with Europe’s elite clubs.
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Juventus were left to pick up the pieces Wednesday after being stunned by Cristiano Ronaldo's overhead goal in their Champions League clash against Real Madrid, with questions aimed at their stalwart defenders and playmaker Paulo Dybala.They were hammered 4-1 by Real Madrid in last year's Champions League final, beaten 3-0 at Barcelona in the group stage this season and then lost by the same score to Real Tuesday in their usually impregnable Allianz stadium.Juventus fans have been left wondering whether their team were just victims of Ronaldo's brilliance or if the Turin side have been flattered all along by their Serie A results.Ronaldo's overhead masterpiece would not have happened without an awful mix-up between talismanic goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon and Giorgio Chiellini, both part of the Italy team that astonishingly failed to qualify for this year's World Cup.
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