- The visitors took a shock lead through Myrto Uzuni who finished smartly
- Cristiano Ronaldo came to Juve’s rescue when he equalised 15 minutes later
- Juve finally got their reward when Morata headed in a winner in stoppage time
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Alvaro Morata broke the hearts of Ferencvaros after the Spaniard came off the bench to score a stoppage-time winner to send Juventus into the Champions League knockout stages.
The result left Juve second in Group G on nine points from four games, three behind leaders Barcelona who also booked a knockout-stage berth with a 4-0 win at Dynamo Kyiv.
The Hungarian minnows took a shock lead through Myrto Uzuni after he finished smartly from a cross to break the deadlock inside 20 minutes.
However, Cristiano Ronaldo made sure Juve weren’t behind for long when he equalised 15 minutes later with a superb low, long-range effort to level things back up before half-time.
It was the Portuguese talisman’s 70th goal at home in the group stages of the Champions League – a joint-record he currently now holds with Lionel Messi. It was also Ronaldo’s 131st Champions League goal.
Juventus continued to push ahead for a second goal but were met by a stubborn Ferencvaros defence and goalkeeper.
However, deep into stoppage time, super-sub Morata popped up at the back post to head the ball in and win all three points at the death for the Italian Champions.