It took the qualifiers to decide between Juventus and FC Porto. After 120 minutes of play, it was finally the Portuguese club who clinched their place in the Champions League quarter-finals on Tuesday night. Juventus won the match 3-2 at home (4-4 on aggregate), but Porto qualified thanks to those two away goals, compared to one for the Turinese in the first leg. Sergio Oliveira was the saviour for Porto, scoring from a penalty early on (19th) and saving his side's day in the 115th minute of extra time. Federico Chiesa had scored twice in extra time (49th, 63rd), but this time Juve had to come back from two goals down in five minutes. But despite Rabiot (117th), it was too much in a short space of time.