Juventus vs. Manchester United: The facts about the match
It’s the 14th European Cup match between Juventus and Manchester United – Juventus has won six games, Manchester United have won five games and two of the last 13 duels have ended in a draw.
Manchester United have won their last two Champions League away games against Juventus, with United scoring three goals in both victories – 3-2 in April 1999 and 3-0 in February 2003.
No team has won more Champions League away games at Juventus than Manchester United (two, like Bayern Munich).
Since their 3-0 defeat of Manchester United in the second group stage in February 2003, Juventus have lost just one of the 35 Champions League home games in the group stage (24 wins, ten draws).
Manchester United has not met in the last two Champions League games – most recently in three consecutive Champions League games has not hit United in October / November 2005.
Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo has not met in his last five CL games – he played 389 minutes and fired 15 shots on Real Madrid’s 90th-minute penalty against Juventus in April – without success.
Manchester United lost both games to their opponents in a Champions League group stage since 2001/02, when United lost both games to Deportivo La Coruña in the first group stage. The only other time happened in 1996/97, when both duels against Juventus were lost.
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri has lost just one of his last 26 Champions League home games as a coach (16 wins, 9 draws), a 3-0 defeat in the quarter-final last season against Real Madrid.
Manchester United played just six shots in the Champions League home game against Juventus on matchday three – less recently in a Champions League match at United in October 2013 against Shakhtar Donetsk under David Moyes (four shots).
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho most recently appeared as an Inter Milan coach in December 2009 in an away game at Juventus, losing 1-1 in a Serie A match.