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Match: Juventus vs Manchester United
Competition: Champions League
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Juventus vs Manchester United live streaming: Match preview
It’s been all too easy for Juventus.
Despite having Cristiano Ronaldo sent off early on in Valencia, two Miralem Pjanić penalties saw them leave Spain with three points.
Then, a Paulo Dybala hat-trick saw them swat aside Young Boys in Turin.
Their class told at Old Trafford.
Dybala again was the match winner in one of the most one sided 1-0s you’re ever likely to see.
It’s been a real slog for Manchester United on the other hand.
A Paul Pogba inspired performance saw them beat Young Boys 3-0 in Bern.
However, a 0-0 draw with Valencia and that defeat to Juve leaves them in a precarious position.
José Mourinho’s team really need something but it would be a massive surprise if Juve didn’t run out winners again.