- Manchester United defeated Juventus 2-1 in a tough Champions League clash played in Turin
- Cristiano Ronaldo scored Juve's solitary goal, with Juan Mata helping United stage an impressive comeback against the Serie A giants
- The loss against the Red Devils was the first for Juve in all competitions since April
- Chelsea are now the only unbeaten side this season across the top 5 European leagues
A stunning Juan Mata free-kick in the 86th minute and Alex Sandro's own goal a minute to stoppage time is all Manchester United needed to stage a 2-1 impressive comeback over Juventus on Wednesday night, November 7 in Turin.
Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring for the hosts in the 65th with a sublime volley, with Mata restoring parity for Jose Mourinho's men.
United's victory saw Juventus condemned to their first defeat in all competitions since April, even as the Red Devils breathed a new life to their Champions League campaign.
Juventus' heartbreaking loss implies that Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea are now the only unbeaten side this season across the top 5 European leagues.
The Blues' sit two points behind league leaders, Manchester City, but yet to suffer any defeat this season.
On their part, Manchester City were suffered a surprise defeat at home against French side, Lyon back in September.
That said, Chelsea have now gone a staggering 16 matches without defeat in all competitions, and could extend that streak to 17 against BATE Borisov in the Europa League on Thursday.
Meanwhile, after their incredible comeback against the Old Lady, United remain second in their Group H with seven points, two behind leaders Juventus.
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