- Manchester United stun Juventus in the entertaining fixture in Turin
- Crsitiano Ronaldo opened his account in the competition with a brilliant strike
- United came back through a free-kick from Mata and an own goal from Sandro
Manchester United stunned Juventus 2-1 in Turin following late goals from Juan Mata and an own goal from Alex Sandro.
The much anticipated match did not come without a flourish as both sides tested their resolve in the elite competition.
Max Allegri's men had the best chance of the first period as Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado was denied by a brilliant save from De Gea.
In the 33rd minute Sami Khediran should have scored but his low shot hit upright following a brilliant cross from the right.
Both sides went into the break with a 0-0 scoreline as the respective managers will go back to the drawing broads to re-startegize.
Then, five minutes after the hour mark, it was Juve's talisman Ronaldo that finally opened his account in the tournament to send fans at the Allianz Stadium into wild frenzy mood.
A lovely diagonal pass from Leonardo Bonucci found CR7 in the box as the Portuguese hit the ball first-time leaving De Gea no chance to make an attempted save.
Two minutes later Bosnian international Miralem Pjanic forced a brilliant stop from the Spanish goalkeeper.
And in the 72nd minute, Cuadrado should ha doubled the advantage as Ronaldo set the ball for him before blasting ball off target.
Then the tide changed in United's favour four minutes from time as Juan Mata curled in a lovely free kick to make the score 1-1.
The Red Devils were not done yet as Sandro scored an an own goal in a goal-mouth-scramble as the visitors ran away with a 2-1.
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