Although Tottenham Hotspur created more chances than Juventus in the match played at Wembley, the 'Old Lady' got through the next round after a formidable come-back in just three minutes.

Led by Dybala and Higuain and well defended by an experienced Chiellini, the Italian team showed across the continent that it is still a great force in Europe.

As it has been historically, and besides in the recent years, when they have reached two times the final in the last three editions.

And even though this year they seem a weaker team than the one that won comfortably against Barcelona in the quarter-finals of 2017, mainly for the departures of Bonucci and Dani Alves, they still have players such as Pjanic, Chiellini or Dybala that are leading the team.

Certainly, Juventus is a team that has been losing its key players during the last years, and yet, it has not lost the competitiveness.

The Real Madrid of Europe

When the draw was made in December, many football supporters and journalist thought that PSG was the favourite against the Spanish team. Moreover, the French were situated above Real Madrid in the Betting Sites to win the competition.

Until the first match played at the Bernabeu, Zidane's team seemed a shadow in comparison with the one that finished brilliantly the last season.

Therefore, when Rabiot scored the first goal of the match, it looked like the perfect scenario for PSG to smash Real Madrid and show themselves as the principal candidate to reach the glory.

However, the Spaniards won that match for 3-1, and then, they probably played their best game in Paris in the last years.

Among the journalist and football supporters, the 0-4 in Munich in the semi-finals of 2014 and the second half against Juventus in the final of the last year have been the most outstanding performances done by Real Madrid in this triumphant period where they have won three Champions League in just four years.

Nevertheless, the brave approach of a team trying to score since the beginning, with Sergio Ramos leading the defensive line, Casemiro commanding the midfield and Cristiano Ronaldo scoring once again as he did twice in the first leg, has originated much analysis about the perfection in the whole game.

PSG and another disappointment

Since the arrival of Al-Khelaifi to the French club, the team has never passed the quarter-finals of the Champions League. From 2013 until 2016, they were knocked out four times in a row in that round, but it wasn't too much pressure at that time.

Mainly, because of PSG had been many years without playing in the most important European competition, and it was a sense that something great was being built up.

But the debacle suffered at the Camp Nou when they lost 6-1 against Barcelona just after trashed the Spanish in Paris with a 4-0 was the trigger that something was going bad.

Therefore, Neymar, the third best player in the world, and Mbappé, perhaps the best under 21, were brought to the team, in order to break the European elite and establish themselves as a powerful force in the continent.

Apparently, they were clearly improving and they finished on top of their group and above Bayern Munich after outclassed them in Paris by an impressive 3-0.

But then, Real Madrid crossed in their path, showing the deficiencies of a team who aside from spending huge quantities of money need something else to install themselves in the elite.