It doesn’t hurt too much for the rankings, but it’s a bad blow for morale: the Juventus exits from Stamford Bridge having lost the head of the group H from Champions League. But what is impressive is the strength of the Chelsea, capable of replying to the defeat of the first leg with a dry 4 a 0. By winning on the last day, i Blues they will be sure to be seeded in the round of 16 draw. The bianconeri fall on their feet, because the qualification is already in the safe, but they dreamed of a different night. L’Atalanta instead the run-up to his qualification complicates by itself: the victory against him Young Boys would have allowed the Gasperini gang to be able to settle for an equal with the Villareal. Instead in Switzerland it ends 3 a 3 and now against the Spaniards in two weeks in Bergamo we will need one victory per qualify to the knockout stage of the Champions League.
Juventus – Chelsea are masters of the game from the start, but in the first 45 minutes Allegri’s team holds up and Blues they need an inactive ball to take the lead with Chalobah. The bianconeri would also have the opportunity to equalize, but Thiago Silva he is good at stopping Morata who had already passed the goalkeeper Mendy. The beginning of the second half, however, is all of the London team who in just over three minutes finds two more goals: first James, immediately after Hudson-Odoi. Allegri’s changes try to revive Juventus and prevent the collapse be even more ruinous. But in the final comes the fourth goal, signed by Werner, to make the liabilities even heavier.
Atalanta – The European night of the Goddess instead begins in the best way with the goal of Zapata that at the tenth minute already puts the match downhill. Gasperini expected an open game and in fact the Swiss are doing everything possible not to say goodbye to Europe in advance. And a header of Siebatcheu restores parity to the 38th. At the end of the first half, Atalanta loses Zappacosta. In the second half, however, he almost immediately found the goal of the new advantage with Palomino to the 51st. The Bergamo players have other opportunities to end the game, but the Young Boys have their chances too. The equalizer comes ten minutes from the ninetieth with Sierro. In 240 seconds the Swiss overturn it with Staple and for Atalanta it seems over: at the 87th Muriel will take care of setting the final score at 3 to 3. In the end, everything will be decided on the last day with Villareal, who, however, will be able to play for a draw.