Juventus have not acquired away win at Atletico Madrid for over 55 years, according to Calciomercato.com.
Bianconeri coach Maurizio Sarri led his side to a 2-0 lead atop the Spanish side, before two goals in the final 20 minutes of the game redeemed a point for Diego Simeone’s men.
The clubs were paired together in last season’s Champions League round of 16, and Atlético viewed to be well arranged to reach the quarter-finals when they established a 2-0 first-leg comfortable lead thanks to late goals from José María Giménez (78) and Diego Godín (83). Juventus and Ronaldo had other ideas, however, the former Real Madrid attacker turning the tables with a second-leg hat-trick in Turin to secure the Bianconeri progressed.
This campaign is Atlético’s seventh successive season in the UEFA Champions League; for Juventus, this is an eighth group campaign in a row.
Their last six home games stats shows the Los Colchoneros have overcome their Italian visitors, scoring 14 goals and conceding only one. Last season’s loss in Turin stopped their ten-match unbeaten run against Italian sides, home and away (W8 D2).
Juve has triumph four of their last five games against Spanish sides, including away (2-0) and home (1-0) wins against Valencia in last season’s group stage. The Bianconeri have, however, won on only three of their last ten tours to Spain. Their overall away record against La Liga opponent is W6 D6 L17.
Juventus triumph the 1985 and 1996 Champions League campaign, following their features in nine European Cup finals – losing a record seven, including all of their last five.
The last time Juventus managed to beat Atletico Madrid in Spain was the Bianconeri’s 2-1 victory over Los Colchoneros in January 1964 in the Europa League round of 16.