Federico Gatti scored a 97th-minute equalizer to hand Juventus a draw against Sevilla in the first leg of their Europa League semi-final.
Gatti came in from two yards after Paul Pogba superbly kept the ball as a header from Danilo was about to drift.
It canceled out Youssef En-Nesyri’s 26th-minute goal, with the forward hitting Lucas Ocampos’ cross.
Sevilla dominated the game for long stretches but had to regret missed chances by En-Nesyri and Ocampos.
Juventus were lackluster for most of the match, with Gatti’s header being only their second shot on target in the game.
Sevilla, who knocked out Manchester United in the quarter-finals, have won the Europa League six times, most recently in 2020.
They managed 13 shots including five on target and arguably should have left Turin with a bigger advantage, with En-Nesyri taking too long to shoot when he scored moments after opening.