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This will await Juve in just over three weeks...
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This will await Juve in just over three weeks...
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Borussia Dortmund's willingness to pass their way through will be needed no doubt against an Italian defence with something to hold onto in three weeks and Juve know how to keep things tight.
They have the best defence in Serie A by some way remember.
Momentum changer? Joe Hart saves a last-gasp Lionel Messi penalty, who puts the rebound wide with his head. The first leg in that ties finishes 2-1 to Barca.
We have a tie on our hands here. Beautifully poised.
You can bank on a yellow whirlwind of support and attacks when they meet again in Germany on 18 March.
What have you got Dortmund? Klopp's side refuse the temptation to go long and work Marcel Schmelzer into a crossing area but he cannot stretch to hook his left peg around the ball and it's sliced for a goal kick.
A glorious image of the colourful Klopp follows as he slaps his own cheeks. It was a bad cross but a slap to one's own face is a bit extreme.
Accounting for a penalty shootout defeat to Napoli after a 2-2 draw, Juventus are about to go 22 matches without a loss in 90 minutes.
They look happy to soak up now and we have three added minutes.
Standing ovation for Carlos Tevez as he trots off with the pace of a tortoise as the clock ticks down. On comes Kingsley Coman for a Champions League debut.
A change for Juve as the clock ticks down, with Arturo Vidal making way for Simone Padoin.
Roberto Pereyra...one one one...to seal this first leg...drags it wide.
What an opening. It is moments like this that can stand out even over 180 minutes. The substitute is on the end of Alvaro Morata's pass. He races though on the inside-left channel and shoots across goal left footed but it's got too much angle on it and rolls wide.
Jakub Blaszczykowski arrows a ball from right to left diagonally and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is lurking to race onto it but Leonardo Bonucci studies its flight to acrobatically clear. It was crucial but stylish. A double whammy achieved only by Italian defenders. Pass the gel, a hair fell out of place.
It's a humdinger at Ipswich! Mick McCarthy's side restored their two-goal lead against Birmingham, thanks to Freddie Sears's second goal, but David Davis has just pulled one back again for Birmingham, who now trail 2-1.
Huddersfield are cruising against Reading - they are 3-0 up thanks to second-half goals from Nahki Wells and Ishamel Miller. Millwall have been unable to take advantage of bad nights for their relegation rivals - they are losing 2-0 to Sheffield Wednesday, Lewis McGugan and Atdhe Nuhiu on target for the visitors.
League One leaders Bristol City are heading for victory - Aaron Wilbraham has put them 3-1 up at Doncaster.
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If you love a walk in the park, Dortmund is the place for you.
The city is located in the region of Westphalia and is known as a "green metropolis" as nearly half the municipal territory consists of waterways, woodland, agriculture and green spaces.
Roughly 575,000 people live there, making it Germany's eighth most-populated city and it has been twinned with Leeds since 1969.
What Chiellini can do at one end, Mats Hummels can only match at the other and he powers a header wide from 15 yards. Carlos Tevez, so good throughout this one, drew gasps of frustration from the home fans in giving the ball away in a deep area.
It's got to go Carlos, it's got to go.
In comes the corner and Giorgio Chiellini leaps like a salmon to meet it. Over the bar. A good effort.
Jurgen Klopp must feel his sides' effort has dipped because he is shouting on the touchline with a glare in his eye. This does not look like intricate tactical advice. It's a full-blooded request for more.
A Juventus third would be harsh on Dortmund but there is still intent and a ferocity to their attacks, especially when Tevez is in possession.
He weaves a bit of space to fire a whizzer at goal and Roman Weidenfeller has to put fists on it. Great save...corner.
Some possible hope for those of a German persuasion...
Juventus have not lost at home in 90 minutes since April 2013. On that night they were beaten 2-0 by a German club - Bayern Munich. Still plenty of time...
Ciro Immobile has been largely peripheral since an early strike from range so when he sees the white of goal from distance again he has a dig. It swings from left to right off his right boot and is never troubling the goal.
Final substitution coming up for Dortmund and I think he is making way for a player whose name will never appear on a Scrabble board...Jakub Blaszczykowski.
Manchester City have a lifeline.
Sergio Aguero, travelling in fast-forward while all around him are trudging through quicksand, latches onto a David Silva backheel ahead of a clutch of Barcelona defenders.
He bursts through and applies a lovely clipped finish over Marc Andre ter Stegen. A terrific little goal and, potentially, a very valuable one.
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Dortmund fans are breathing a mighty sigh of relief as Carlos Tevez looks on bewildered at how his shot has just trickled an inch wide.
He forges space in a way only he can - brute force - to shoot as he is falling from 18 yards. Low, it dribbles wide, practically shaving the post.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan is probing more and more. His pass releases Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang but his cross only yields a corner and again it is an easy clearance.
Set pieces are not getting the job done for the BVB here. Would this result do them though? Their home support is raucous remember.
Watford are firmly in control against Rotherham - the Championship's fifth-placed side now lead 3-0 thanks to second-half goals from Troy Deeney and Odion Ighalo.
Wolves are also 3-0 up - Bakary Sako has got two of their goals against Fulham. Ipswich now lead Birmingham 2-1 - Freddie Sears scored for the Tractor Boys but David Davis has just pegged them back again.
In League One, Curtis Main has pulled one back for Doncaster against leaders Bristol City - it's now 2-1 in that game.
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As we tick just past the hour, the action zones highlight Dortmund spending more time in their opponents' final third.
They knock the ball around diligently in there again and just as Henrikh Mkhitaryan takes a defender out of the game with a neat run, he is felled.
In-swinging delivery from the free-kick is headed for a corner...pressure...Pogba hammers it clear.
One of Great Britain's great exports, some my argue the greatest, owes much to Turin, the scene of tonight's meeting.
"You're only supposed to blow the....doors off."
The Michael Caine led classic - The Italian Job - focused on a heist in the northern-Italy city.
What else is there to know? Turin was Italy's first capital, in 1861, just under one million people live there and Fiat base their headquarters in the city.
Head pinball in the box, Carlos Tevez with a volley, high and wide.
A right-wing cross is flicked by one Dortmund defender, headed clear by the next and as Tevez swings at it they draw a sight of relief.
Dortmund pop the ball around in the final third. Juventus are organised. Henrikh Mkhitaryan can pick a ball out between centre-back and full-back but his willing runner Oliver Kirch is blocked off. Nothing coming from the referee.
One sub left for Dortmund. Do you fancy seeing a bit of this fella?
If Jurgen Klopp turns to Adrian Ramos on the bench, Dortmund fans may as well start celebrating in the stands.
The 29-year-old Colombia striker has managed three goals in just 62 minutes of Champions League football as a replacement in the competition this season.
The definition of 'super-sub'?
The break-away squad - Tevez, Morata and Pogba - are at it again. Dortmund attack but a loss of the ball sees Morata race down the right. His cross is for Tevez and wayward but even though Pogba arrives galloping like Red Rum he cannot break through.
He bursts through one challenge but is squeezed out in the area by yellow shirts.
In Oscars week, Roman Weidenfeller deserves a 'Razzie' for this performance.
The Dortmund goalkeeper is anything but convincing tonight. He gets caught flat footed under a corner whipped in and Claudio Marchisio is inches away from nodding a third. He cannot quite get a glance on the ball to turn home.
Mats Hummels is constantly linked with moves involving lots of money.
He shows why with an acrobatic clearance from an Arturo Vidal cross. Corner follows...swung in...Morata must score...over.
He is relieved to see the offside flag up because that was a sitter.
So who is leading the way in terms of goals scored in the Champions League? Lionel Messi? Cristiano Ronaldo? Zlatan Ibrahimovic?
No, it is Shaktar Donetsk's Luiz Adriano with nine goals - although he was unable to add to that tally in last week's last 16 goalless draw with Bayern Munich.
Manchester City's Sergio Aguero is the leading Premier League striker in the goal charts with five.
Luis Suarez is having a right go to try to forge his way into this lovely 'donut chart'. See if he can get a third on the night and fifth of the tournament by following the Manchester City v Barcelona live text here.
Oliver Kirch...first touch since coming on...volley...over.
His eyes lit up and Jurgen Klopp claps his hands in frustration on the touchline. A half chance if that.
Normal service in the Championship. Leaders Derby lead Charlton 2-0 at half-time, while second-placed Middlesbrough have stepped up the chase with a goal against Bolton - Albert Adomah putting them 1-0 up. Fourth-placed Ipswich also lead, courtesy of Tyrone Mings' header against Birmingham.
Bottom two clubs Blackpool and Wigan are both losing, while Millwall, who occupy the other relegation place, are holding Sheffield Wednesday 0-0.
In League One, leaders Bristol City are 2-0 up on Doncaster, Greg Cunningham adding the second from the spot. Swindon look set to end Bradford's unbeaten run - they lead 2-0 thanks to Massimo Luongo's brace.
It's not all going to form though - in League Two, Josh Windass has put Accrington 1-0 up against leaders Burton.
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That is a hack down by Arturo Vidal. Just as Marco Reus opens his legs to break beyond midfield it's a scissor tackle from behind. Ruthless. Booked.
Back underway and Dortmund make a change as defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos is replaced by Oliver Kirch.
Meanwhile at the other end...
Barcelona's Xavi Hernandez leads the way on 152 before tonight's last-16 meeting with Manchester City which you can follow here.
Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel is defending goalkeepers on Twitter.
Roman Weidenfeller's 'howler' is perhaps not quite that bad, but the shot across his body by Alvaro Morata had little pace on it and the fumble left Tevez with a tap in. Shots across the body always pose problems I guess, but could he have held it?
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Weidenfeller has not yet made a save.
Not looking pretty for Manchester City, who are 2-0 down against Barcelona, while Juve and Dortmund are in the midst of a tight encounter in Turin - and there are some great photos from both of tonight's Champions League ties on the BBC Sport Facebook page.
Ah yes, who could forget that 1997 Champions League final?
Juventus, swaggering with Zidane, Deschamps, Christian Vieri leading the line against a Dortmund side which had never won the European Cup and had last tasted success outside of Germany with a Uefa Cup win over 30 years prior.
But with the likes of Paul Lambert and Paulo Sousa in midfield, the BVB were two Karl-Heinz Riedle (pictured) goals up by half time and though Alessandro Del Piero pulled one back, Lars Ricken sealed the deal with 19 minutes left.
Dortmund have not won the Champions League since. Bonus points if you can name the Juve player clutching the post here.
Some of you have been quick to text about the 1997 final meeting between these sides...
Not a lot in this aside from possession but Juve look threatening with the industry of Tevez and drive from midfield of runners when they win the ball back...
Eventful, edgy and without doubt a game contested by two sides who desperately want this.
Juventus ahead through Carlos Tevez - he whipped out a child's dummy to celebrate as always. Then Giorgio Chiellini took on the role of a toddler loosing their balance as he slipped and Marco Reus netted.
A jackpot away goal then but Alvaro Morata showed composure to restore a home lead. Frenetic.
We will have two minutes of injury time here. Three goals in the first half. I thought these were meant to be tight affairs.
Tevez to Pogba to Morata - goal. Who needs possession? Dortmund were pulled apart like a Christmas cracker. Tevez, bull-like, fed Pogba in a wide area and his left-foot cross is low and tantalisingly too good for the away defence as Morata applies a side-foot finish from 10 yards. He is unmarked but onside.
Simple and vitally important. Just as I was banging the crisis drum for Juve.
Dortmund are pushing 60% of possession here at the home of Juventus. No mean feat and a corner from Marcel Schmelzer offers their latest threat.
Juventus started brightly, scored but have lost their way and you feel long spells spent without the ball will prove costly. Nuri Sahin is the pass king so far with 97% accuracy.
The former Manchester United midfielder is now a monster of Italian football and with Andrea Pirlo off injured, his side will need even more from him.
Leggy at 6ft 2in, Pogba can maraud forward, cover ground and is still only 21, has two Serie A titles to his name.
The France international has contributed eight goals in 30 club games this season and he will probably not disappoint on the flamboyant hairstyle front either.
Penny for your thoughts Manchester United fans?
Andrea Pirlo is off. The playmaker. The man Juventus so often look for has got a problem and he takes his seat on the bench before a replacement is even on the field.
Roberto Pereyra is scurrying to get ready. Good luck son. Big boots to fill...
Henrikh Mkhitaryan - a target for Liverpool before joining Dortmund - has a dip and forces a panicked save from Gianluigi Buffon. It looked catchable but the Italian elected to flap the ball wide.
Dortmund deserve credit. A goal down early, a meltdown would not have been all too surprising but they look settled and some more good news is on the way for them...
No respite for Blackpool at the bottom of the Championship. Two Jon Toral goals in three minutes have put them 2-0 down at Brentford and staring at defeat number 19 of the season.
In the night's big grudge match, it's Cardiff who have taken the lead at Wigan through Aron Gunnarsson - bad news for Latics boss Malky Mackay, who left Cardiff in acrimonious circumstances. The Cardiff board are reportedly boycotting that match in protest at alleged racism at Wigan.
In League One, it's going with the formbook - Swindon, Preston and Sheffield United, who occupy third, fourth and fifth place in the table, are all 1-0 up after half an hour.
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The last time Joe Hart lined up against Luis Suarez the Uruguayan netted twice past him to push England to the World Cup brink.
Suarez is at it again.
The former Liverpool striker has nipped in to convert Jordi Alba's cross at the end of a sparkling passing Barcelona move. Two unanswered away goals for the Catalans and this tie might be cooked inside the first half hour.
Domestically we hear of Manchester City's strife in the Champions League versus their success in the English game.
Juventus can share in their frustration. The Italian champions - on course for a fourth successive title in Serie A - have only reached the quarter-finals once since 2006.
"Our group is strong and has grown steadily over these past few years," central defender Giorgio Chiellini says. "Now we also want to show how far we've come on the European scene."
Chiellini will hang his head in shame when he goes in at the break. His slip gifted the Dortmund equaliser.
Lukasz Piszczek has been clutching his leg after rolling around on the floor and he needs assistance to even make it to the tunnel. Night over for the right-back so here comes Matthias Ginter from the bench.
Craig Peterson: Marco Reus would make an excellent Premier League player.
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We asked which Dortmund and Juve players would be ideally suited to the Premier League - and Craig's timing could hardly be better.
Borussia Dortmund look vulnerable in the seconds that follow any loss of possession. Mats Hummels and Marcel Schmelzer knock the ball around at the back, finding Marco Reus in midfield but when a ball forward is cut out, away come Juventus again to counter with pace.
Marco Reus was always likely to be Dortmund's go-to man tonight.
The German international - consistently linked with a move away - has four goals in his last four games.
In 16 appearances this season, he has nine goals.
Andrea Pirlo whips in yet another Juventus corner - number four already - and it swings in the air like a badly controlled kite to land on Leonardo Bonucci's head five yards out. He is pressured and can only head over. A good chance.
Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri spoke of not conceding before kick off. His heart must be smashing out of his chest here as this game is being played openly and with tempo. It has a lovely flow.
Dortmund press fantastically well to force problems but when Juve break through the hounding they look dangerous.
Big swinger from right to left...that's going out of play...tireless running by Carlos Tevez keeps it alive and Alvaro Morata heads wide. It's a header from 15 yards. You'd need a head like stone to net from there.
From Andy in Armagh: It's hard to believe that Borussia Dortmund 3-1 Juventus Champions League final was 18 years ago! That was the first Champions League final I remember, and I still can't believe that great Juve team lost.
The first goal of the night in the Football League went the way of Championship leaders Derby. They took the lead against Charlton thanks to a close-range left-footed effort from Jeff Hendrick after nine minutes, and Jesse Lingard has just made it 2-0.
Huddersfield have also made a good start in their mid-table clash against Reading - Harry Bunn has given the Terriers the early advantage in that one with a header.
And Derby aren't the only table-toppers who have made a lightning start - League One leaders Bristol City are 1-0 up, courtesy of Luke Freeman's early strike against Doncaster.
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AWAY GOAL. Jurgen Klopp punches the air like a Ryder Cup golfer.
Giorgio Chiellini resembled Bambi, slipping in possession and Marco Reus is in the kind of form to gobble up that opportunity. One touch, out of his feet, head up, bottom corner. Right footed he beat Buffon with ease.
A fourth goal in as many games for Reus.
Cracking start for Barcelona in their tie at Manchester City - and yes, it is that man Luis Suarez. The Uruguayan pounced after City failed to clear a cross, smashing the ball across goal and into the bottom corner.
You can follow all the action on our Manchester City v Barcelona live text.
Replays of Tevez's opener show Marcel Schmelzer was right in there bidding for an own goal but I think the ex-Manchester United striker will get the nod for that one. What a start for Juve.
Dortmund were popping the ball around without a cutting edge before hand. They'll need a lot more than that now.
A tap in and reward for some organised defending by Juventus.
A long spell of possession for their visitors saw the home side get every man behind the ball in a tight block and they spring to break through Alvaro Morata. His shot is spilled by Roman Weidenfeller and there is Carlos Tevez to tap the ball home. It trickles over the line. A horrible moment for the Dortmund goalkeeper.
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri has said it is "fundamental" his side do not concede tonight, hardly what a neutral fan wants to hear.
"It's 180 minutes against a side in good form like we are," says Allegri. "Borussia have four very fast, technically gifted forwards. We've got to limit their strengths and try to play a good, intense, physical and technical game."
Juventus have the best defence in Serie A, conceding just 13 goals in 24 league games.
A delightful passage of play sees Dortmund switch flanks with one-touch rhythmic passing and they keep the ball, taking the sting out of the early home attacks.
They look confident in possession Dortmund but as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang injects a bit of pace with a rapid turn, his one-two cannot open up this tight home defence.
Jeers rain down on the turf as a good old push in the back by a Dortmund central defender gets no reaction from the referee. He fancies letting this one flow early on.
Juventus look more settled and force a corner through Arturo Vidal as his cross is smothered. There looks like there is plenty of home intent and Morata forces an advanced throw. No hanging around here.
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Which Dortmund and Juve players would be ideally suited to the Premier League?
Gianluigio Buffon collects a pass back from Giorgio Chiellini and slices it into touch. Two men with a combined age of some vintage bringing hassle to their own side there. It would take a brave man to put them in their place though.
As it seems a number of talents on display here in Turin tonight are linked with moves to the Premier League, we want to know which of them you think would excel in the Premier League?
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Dortmund striker Ciro Immobile knows all about those famous black and white striped Juventus shirts.
He signed for the Old Lady as an 18-year-old for around £60,000 but ended up costing a lot more as the Old Lady entered into co-ownership deals for the Italy striker.
He only played three games for the club in all but has netted seven times in 21 outings for the BVB.
Talk about having no place for Nostalgia. Ciro Immobile returns to the club where he started his career here but lets rip early on in a bid to put his name in lights. Just over. Whipped and vicious but three feet off line.
The ball is rolling, Giorgio Chiellini is spraying it around across the home defensive line. It says everything that one so experienced is still not captain, Gianluigi Buffon in his way of course.
"Ole ole, ole ole, Juve...Juve" sing the home supporters as the coin toss between Mats Hummels and Gianluigi Buffon takes place. A smoke canister has been set off behind one goal, flags aplenty.
Time for a Juve team huddle...
The players gather in the tunnel. Wonderfully contrasting colours as the famous black and white stripes stand alongside the blinding yellow.
Lots of embraces. Handshakes, hugs, the odd kiss - very continental. The Juventus tunnel resembles an office with artificial lighting. Out they walk, a mosaic spreads all around the stadium and here comes that Champions League music. Hairs on end...
Borussia Dortmund's early-season dance with relegation attracted many column inches.
How could a side managed by the charismatic Jurgen Klopp be so bad? Well the spectacled character has guided his side up to 12th now, thanks in no small part to three straight league wins.
Form and momentum seem to be arriving at the right time.
"It will take a while before we find ourselves in a different situation in the Bundesliga," manager Jurgen Klopp said. "Until then, the pressure remains. The Champions League is a whole different story."
Around 590 miles - including scenic Switzerland - split Dortmund and Turin. That is roughly the distance Southampton would face if they ever got a tricky European away tie at Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Dortmund flew south - because footballers do not like buses these days. A shame surely? Imagine navigating Switzerland by bus. Those bending roads, the three-point turns, maybe even Jurgen Klopp and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang getting out to guide the driver around bends. Classic.
Dortmund arrived at Juventus Stadium with the usual array of big headphones covering the cold ears of their players. Tracksuits aplenty, though Jurgen Klopp went for a crisp grey suit, and one man, seen here at the back, looked to be carrying a snooker cue.
Which way is the Crucible?
Juventus make four changes from the side that beat Atalanta on Friday with striker Alvaro Morata, playmaker Arturo Vidal and defenders Patrice Evra and Stephan Lichtsteiner recalled. Evra's former Manchester United team-mates Carlos Tevez and Paul Pogba also start with Andrea Pirlo pulling the strings in midfield.
Juventus XI: Buffon, Lichtsteiner, Bonucci, Chiellini, Evra, Marchisio, Pirlo, Pogba, Vidal, Tevez, Morata.
Dortmund rested both captain Mats Hummels and striker Ciro Immobile for the 3-2 win over Stuttgart on Friday, but both are back to face Juve. Marco Reus, who recently signed a new contract with the club, and influential midfielder Ilkay Gundogan are also included. Former Manchester United playmaker Shinji Kagawa drops to the bench.
Borussia Dortmund XI: Weidenfeller, Piszczek, Sokratis, Hummels, Schmelzer, Gundogan, Sahin, Mkhitaryan, Reus, Aubameyang, Immobile.
Two sides who have waited far too long for European success. A Dortmund side punching so far below their weight in the league they're into Joey Barton on Tom Huddleston territory.
A home manager who has outwardly said conceding a goal tonight is borderline disaster. An away manager who loves his side to attack.
All of the above and the hope of supporters built like a wobbly Jenga* tower ready to be tumbled around this Champions League last-16 centrepiece. Whose hopes will collapse?
*Other toy towers are available.
The last time these two big European names collided this man...
Got one over on this man...
Yes that is right, Paul Lambert humbled the great Zinedine Zidane.
Juventus have only had to wait 18 years to exact some revenge. Like a Zidane headbutt or Lambert glare, this one could be intense.