With a very good start for Juventus after taking the lead against the home side Bayern Munich all through to the 90′ minute when Mullier scored the equalizing goal that took them into the extra time.
A pair of first-half goals from Paul Pogba and Juan Cuadrado saw Juventus deservedly in front, but Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller both bagged headed goals in the second half to dramatically even things up and send it to extra time, and substitute Thiago Alcantara provided the winner. A goal from Kingsley Coman wrapped things up to lead the Germans to celebrations.
Pogba scored just six minutes into the match, poking the ball into the back of the net from close range after a scrum in the box saw the Germans fail to clear. Juventus would get a second just before the half-hour mark when a poor touch by David Alaba in front of the Juventus box saw Alvaro Morata snatch the ball. 60 yards later, Morata had shaken Alaba, stepped around Medhi Benatia, broke Josh Kimmich’s ankles, and found Cuadrado who calmly controlled and waited for an opening past Manuel Neuer.
Gianluigi Buffon was required to keep the scoreline intact before halftime, saving low on a shot from Thomas Muller near the penalty spot. Juventus wasn’t done testing Neuer’s goal, and the German kept Cuadrado out again – this time at the far post on a cross from Pogba – just before the break, a crucial stop in the match.
Pep Guardiola made a change for the second half, bringing on Juan Bernat in favor of a defender in Benatia. He probably should have brought off Alaba instead, who was torched by Morata again in the 56th minute, but the Spaniard put a weak effort on goal straight at Neuer.
The match ended in favor of Pep Guardiola the tactician.