Cristiano Ronaldo, Paulo Dybala and Co train as Juventus prepare to overturn daunting Champions League last-16 deficit against Atletico Madrid
- Juventus host Atletico Madrid in the Champions League last-16 second leg
- Juve go into Tuesday’s tie losing 2-0 due to Jose Gimenez and Diego Godin goals
- Juve has to win by a three-goal margin in normal time to reach the quarter-finals
The Italian giants host Atletico Madrid in the second leg of their last-16 tie trailing 2-0 from the opening leg.
And ahead of the return fixture, the Old Lady held their final training session on Monday.
Cristiano Ronaldo was among those training as Juventus prepare to face Atletico Madrid
The Portugal superstar will be hoping to lead his team to glory on Tuesday night
Argentine playmaker Paulo Dybala (right) also took part in Monday’s session in Turin
The Italian giants trail Atletico 2-0 going into the Champions League last-16 second leg
Key men Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala were both present for practice as Juve fine-tuned their preparations for Atletico.
The likes of Giorgio Chiellini and Blaise Matuidi also trained as manager Massimiliano Allegri oversaw the session.
Juve have to win by a three-goal margin to progress to win in normal time and Ronaldo has urged the Bianconeri fans to ‘think positive and believe, as it’s possible’.
‘This team, in my opinion, is having a fantastic season’. he told Juventus TV
‘We are on top of the League, 16 points ahead of second, and we are happy with what we’re doing in the league.
Massimiliano Allegri (centre right) watches on as he tries to plot a stunning Juve comeback
Blaise Matuidi (centre) and Emre Can were also present during Monday’s session
Giorgio Chiellini knows he faces a tough ask in stopping Atletico’s attacking threat
‘We won the Super Cup against Milan, now our goal is the league, of course, and also the Champions League.
‘I think the team is good, is confident, we believe. We have to do it with a special night.
‘I want to say to the fans that on Tuesday night let’s think positive, let’s believe. It’s possible, but we need your help to make the stadium beautiful, everyone together.
‘We need your help, as we’ll going to do our job on the pitch, try to score goals and win the game, and we need your support.
‘Get ready to comeback!’
Ronaldo has called upon Juve fans to keep on believing ahead of Tuesday’s second leg
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