Real Madrid 2-0 Juventus: Over 93,000 fans pack into the Rose Bowl for Madrid show

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It
was
almost
the
best
possible
start
for
the
Spanish
giants,
finding
the
back
of
the
net
just
14
seconds
in,
but
the
celebrations
were
cut
short
by
the
offside
flag.

Juventus
were
the
next
side
to
threaten,
but
Denis
Zakaria’s
hit
from
the
edge
of
the
area
found
only
the
woodwork
in
the
13th
minute
to
keep
things
tied.

Madrid
fans
did
not
have
to
wait
long
for
the
lead,
earning
a
penalty
in
the
19th
minute,
and
Karim
Benzema
made
no
mistake,
giving
his
side
a
1-0
advantage.

That
score
would
hold
until
the
69th
minute,
when
substitutes
combined
as
Jesus
Vallejo
fired
a
ball
across
the
six-yard
box
after
some
tricky
interplay,
finding
Marco
Asensio
unmarked
for
the
tap-in.

Madrid
did
not
allow
a
single
shot
on
target,
and
controlled
58
per
cent
of
the
possession,
resulting
in
an
expected
goals
advantage
of
1.7
to
0.47.

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