Atletico Madrid made the difference in the Spanish capital beating the Italian giant 2-0 in a match that looked too incredible to believe.
Both teams are known to be good defensive sides, but Atletico proved they are qualified to be in the quarterfinal stage after putting up a good attacking style that broke the deadlock in the second-half.
Atletico captain Diego Godin netted his first goal in the champions league since 2014 in the 83′ of the match to ensure pressure is heaped on the Serie A champions ahead of the second leg in Turin.
The win means Diego Simeone has never lost any home game in the knock out stage of the competition since arriving at Atletico, and the only club to have sent him packing at the knockout stage is Real Madrid.
Cristiano Ronaldo who is not strange at Atletico made several threatening attacks, but Atletico were able to subdue the man who had being a source of pain to them while at Madrid.
The dramatic victory for Atletico means Juve will now be hoping to overturn a 2-0 deficit when they host the Spanish side in the second leg on March 12.