- Juventus vs Dynamo Kyiv ended 3-0 in favour of the Serie A champions
- Federico Chiesa, Cristiano Ronaldo and Alvaro Morata were among the scorers
- Barcelona also cemented their place as group winners following 3-0 win at Ferencvaros
Juventus recorded a convincing 3-0 win over Dynamo Kyiv in their penultimate Champions League fixture at the Allianz Stadium.
Federico Chiesa got the first goal of the game as he headed home a cross from Alex Sandro from the left to make it 1-0 in the 21st minute.
Cristiano Ronaldo was at the end of another low cross as he made a simple tap-in at the near post to make it 2-0 in the 57th minute.
It Ronaldo's 750th career goal for club and country and the strike makes him the highest goal scorer on home soil in the Champions League, scoring 71.
Chiesa turned provider for Alvaro Morata's third goal as the Spanish striker made it 3-0 in the 66th minute.
Juventus and Barcelona are already through to the next round of the competition but the Italian Champions will need to put four goals past Barca at Camp Nou to Group G in the final game.
Andrea Pirlo's side are on 12 points from five matches with their only defeat coming at the hands of group leaders Barcelona.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had earlier reported that Dynamo Kyiv manager Mircea Lucescu has insisted that Cristiano Ronaldo has a way of influencing his Juventus teammates to get better results.
The Ukrainian side will be guests to the Italian champions at the Allianz Stadium for a Champions League Group G clash.
And the Biaconeri have already progressed into the next stage of the competition with Barcelona but Dynamo and Ferencvaros are jostling for the Europa League spot in the group.
YEN.com.gh also reported that Cristiano Ronaldo did not accept exchanging shirts because he failed to score during their Champions League win over Ferencvaros two weeks ago, midfielder Marcel Heister claims.
The 35-year-old had just returned to action after testing positive for coronavirus and was desperate to get off the mark in this season's competition.
The Biaconeri defeated their Hungarian counterparts by 4-1 in Budapest as Alvaro Morata grabbed a brace while Paulo Dybala and Lasha Dvali's own goal gave them the win.