Juventus makes it six points from six as the Italian champions go top of Group D after a 2-0 win over Sevilla at the Juventus Stadium.
Bonucci steps out from the back, then he plays a one-two and tries a shot from 50 yards!
Three minutes of added-on time at the Juventus Stadium, and Zaza almost adds a second in injury-time.
Daniele Rugani replaces the impressive Dybala for his Juventus debut.
GOAL: Juventus 2-0 Sevilla. Simone Zaza outpaces Kolodziejczak to get on the end of Dybala's flick in the centre circle and beat Rico.
Konoplyanka does well to hold off Evra as the pair compete for another Pogba cross.
Chiellini holds off Immobile as the pair chase a long ball down the left. The former Torino striker is getting awful abuse from the home supporters!
Tremoulinas makes a fine tackle in the area to block a Cuadrado effort. Dybala then goes down with some tactical cramp...
Khedira has arguably been the man-of-the-match tonight.
Superb debut from Khedira. Fundmentally sound, tactically aware & great at all the small intangibles this team was lacking recently
And the impressive Morata is replaced by Simone Zaza, and the Spaniard gets a warm round of applause from the Juventus suppporters.
19-year-old Juan Munoz replaces Sevilla skipper Reyes, who hands the armband to the just-booked Coke.
Coke gets a yellow card, the first of the match.
That was fine effort from Khedira - the German World Cup winner looked on the same wavelength with his new team-mates despite it being his first competitive match for La Vecchia Signora.
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Khedira throws himself onto the floor in the area, and that is the German's last action of his Juve debut. He is replaced by Alex Sandro.
SAVE: Rico beats out a snapshot from the hot-and-cold Cuadrado from outside the area.
Juventus have made ten tackles, according to the stats, and won the lot, apparently.
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Hernanes gets the ball on the edge of the Sevilla area, but Dybala doesn't read the run. But this is better from the Italian champions.
Juve are doing the typical Italian and typical Juve thing of sitting on a lead..could they regret it?
Krychowiak is back to help out his back four as Dybala tries to bring the ball down on the edge of the Sevilla area.
Iborra is just unable to get a flick onto Konoplyanka's dink into the Juventus area.
Barzagli trips Reyes deep in the Sevilla half as the La Liga side look to launch a counter-attack.
Before the substitution, Andreolli made a good tackle to deny Dybala from getting on the end of Evra's cross from the left.
Former Juve and Torino striker Immobile comes on to replace Gameiro, while N'Zonzi is replaced by Vincente Iborra.
Movement on the Sevilla bench.
Ciro Immobile coming on for Sevilla. Rest assured, wherever he moves, he faces Juve in CL. First Borussia Dortmund, now Sevilla.
Pogba doesn't quite get his header from a corner on target, and Morata is caught offside as he sniffs out the loose ball.
SAVE: Dybala's strike seems to go through the wall but Rico beats out the emphatic shot.
Dybala is tripped on the edge of the area, by, who else, N'Zonzi after a good pass from Cuadrado tight on the edge of the box.
Sevilla are seeing a bit more of the ball in midfield without really looking like they can break down Juve.
Allegri, remember, launched into Cuadrado at the Etihad two weeks ago after the Colombian failed to hold on to the ball properly when Juve were attempting to hold onto a lead against Manchester City.
Interesting that Cuadrado seems excused from defensive duties, with Barzagli doing the brunt of the work down the right...
N'Zonzi, who has been giving it out to the Juve players with a series of tough challenges, is briefly down after getting a taste of his own medicine.
Dybala runs into Andreolli and the Swedish referee rightly adjudges that there was no foul committed.
Morata is in good company with his goalscoring exploits in the Champions League.
5 - Prior to Alvaro Morata, the only Juventus player able to score in five consecutive UCL appearances was Alessandro Del Piero. Graduation.
Pogba tries an overhead kick from the edge of the area from Cuadrado's cross from the right, which sails over the bar.
SAVE: Rico stops a Dybala shot from the right channel with his legs following a 25-pass-plus move from the Italian champions.
Juventus are just playing keepball now, as Sevilla are sitting back and not challenging the ball.
Buffon is out to easily deal with Coke's cross from the right.
Chiellini tries to play Evra in down the left touchline but the veteran Juve defender overhits the pass.
Sevilla kick off the second half in Turin. And almost immediately they concede a free-kick as Steven N'Zonzi fouls Dybala.
The Swedish referee Jonas Eriksson blows up for half-time, with Juventus leading Sevilla 1-0 in Turin.
Konoplyanka drifts past Hernanes but his shot from outside the box is straight at Buffon.
Confirmation of that Morata stat - it is seven goals in nine now for the Spaniard.
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That was poor defending from Sevilla, though, as Morata jumped above two Sevilla defenders to get to the cross from the right.
Pretty passive from Sevilla
GOAL: Juventus 1-0 Sevilla. Morata heads home a cushioned header at the far post from Barzagli's cross back past Rico and into the far corner. That is the fifth time in a row he has scored in the Champions League.
Plenty of pressure from Juve but Sevilla are defending well.
Cuadrado sees a wild shot from Khedira's pass sail high and wide of Rico's goal.
Reyes breaks and goes in towards goal when the pass was on for Krohn-Dehli overlapping on the left.
CHANCE: Dybala comes in too quickly to the near post as he rushes to get on the end of Khedira's cutback, and the ball drops behind him.
Reyes' cross is too close to Buffon and the 37-year-old Italy goalkeeper is easily able to deal with it.
Reyes is fouled by Chiellini on the halfway line and Sevilla can send the ball deep into the Juventus box.
Chiellini makes an emphatic header to clear Tremoulinos' centre from the left.
Cuadrado has been excellent down the right for Juve - as he was against Manchester City on matchday one.
There's no way that this is the same Juan Cuadrado that all Chelsea fans wanted to get rid of. He's been Juve's best player since joining
Barzagli is penalised for handball after Dybala sees his original effort charged down.
Chiellini outmuscles Krohn-Dehli for a high ball into the box and the ball drops into the arms of Buffon.
Barzagli has run about 40 yards to keep the ball in and cross from a Pogba crossfield pass. The veteran defender gets a huge round of applause from the home supporters.
Rico is out confidently to claim a cross - good stuff from David de Gea's understudy in the Spanish national team.
Khedira is looking good for a man who hasn't played since 1 August, and is getting used to his new team-mates.
Juventus are well on top in Turin, and Paul Pogba, inevitably, is pulling the strings.
Cuadrado is well offside when running onto Pogba's pass, but the on-loan Chelsea player chips over the bar anyway when well placed.
Rico gets lucky as he spills a cross from Evra from the left, but the ball hits Marco Andreolli and he is able to drop on the loose ball.
Hernanes tries another effort from outside the area, but his effort is straight at Rico and easily saved by the 22-year-old.
Tremoulinas crosses from the right after Cuadrado stumbles, but the centre is too close to Buffon.
CHANCE: Khedira lays off the ball to Dybala but the shot from the edge of the area does not curl back in enough and drifts past Rico's far post.
Yehven Konoplyanka heads clear Dybala's free-kick to the far post and the chance is wasted.
Krohn-Dehli fouls Cuadrado on the edge of the area to the right and Juve have a free-kick in a dangerous position.
Kolodziejcak makes a good header to clear Pogba's header under pressure form Morata. That cross was similar to the cross that set up Mario Mandzukic against Manchester City on matchday one.
Juventus are yet to settle on their shape in a fast-paced start in Turin.
Opening 11 minutes & I'll be honest, I have the perfect view & still zero clue whether it's 3-5-2 or 4-3-3. Barzagli all over the place!
An open game so far. Chiellini puts the ball out down the left, and Sevilla have the throw. Barzagli awkwardly deals with the ball into the far post.
The ball drops to Hernanes on the edge of the area after good work by Cuadrado but the Juventus midfielder drags his shot wide.
Pogba crosses but Morata is unable to direct his glancing header towards goal.
Barzagli sees an effort from the edge of the area charged down. He has only one goal in 58 appearances for Juve, so that was the wrong man for the ball to drop to.
Chiellini sees his header from Dybala's corner blocked, and Cuadrado's follow-up effort is well wide.
Barzagli sets ups Cuadrado in the area but Kolodziejczak makes a well-timed challenge in the area.
Cuadrado gets free down the right but Paulo Dybala is unable to direct his near-post effort on goal.
Sevilla try a training-ground move but Khedira is awake to the danger and makes the challenge in the Juve area.
Chiellini fouls Kevin Gameiro and Sevilla have a free-kick on the left.
Juventus in their usual black and white kick off from left to right at the Juventus Stadium. Sevilla are in all red. An early chance for Paul Pogba, but the Frenchman gets underneath the ball and shoots over.
Sevilla ended their wait for a first Liga win of the season with a 3-2 home win over Rayo Vallecano at the weekend, after picking up just two points in their first five Liga games this term.
Juventus have endured their worst start to a Serie A season since 1955/56, and went down 2-1 at Napoli on Saturday. However, La Vecchia Signora are on a 13-game unbeaten home run in Uefa competition, stretching back to a 2-0 defeat to Bayern Munich in April 2013. They won five and drew one of their six home matches in last year's competition, where they progressed to the final before defeat to Barcelona.
Juan Cuadrado also features, but Allegri says the Colombian risks burn-out if he doesn't get a rest soon. “Cuadrado cannot play every game for 95 minutes, otherwise he’ll grind to a halt at the fourth in a row,” he said.
Stephan Lichtsteiner needs further tests after struggling for breath during the game with Frosinone last week, so Andrea Barzagli comes into the right side of defence.
Sami Kehdira makes his competitive debut for Juventus after finally recovering from the thigh injury he sustained in a friendly against Marseille on 1 August. “Khedira hasn’t played for a while, but he will play tomorrow and he is ready. He’s a player of international level. I don’t know how long he can play, but he will certainly feature,” manager Max Allegri said.
This is the first ever competitive game between Juventus and Sevilla. Only one Spanish side has beaten Juventus in Turin in the Champions League: Deportivo La Coruna in March 2004 (1-0).
Unai Emery: "Playing against Juventus is a great chance for us to show the whole of Europe what we’re capable of. We face a team who were the tournament runners-up last season, a great squad, and our only goal is to perform well."
Massimiliano Allegri: "Winning the Champions League is a dream. I think Juventus's aim has always got to be to reach the knockout stage. In the past you had only four teams you wanted to avoid at that stage; now there are eight. So the aim has got to be to reach the last eight. First we've got to win the group and that's not easy. The Champions League has got to be a dream.""
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Sevilla are in a similar position, as they won the Europa League back-to-back – including the Final two years ago here at the Juventus Stadium in Turin – but with Carlos Bacca gone are struggling to find form in La Liga. Ciro Immobile returns to face his former club, but is only on the bench, while Fernando Llorente, Adil Rami, Ever Banega, Daniel Carriço, Escudero, Kakuta and Vitolo are out of action. Both sides have done markedly better in Europe this season, as Juve won 2-1 away to Manchester City and Sevilla thrashed Borussia Monchengladbach 3-0. Now they face off for the leadership of Group D and the chance to put the crisis talk behind them for a while.
Juventus are without Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic, after he sustained a thigh injury against Genoa just over a week ago. Max Allegri reached the Champions League Final last term and nearly won the reble, but there are now many calling for his head after the worst Serie A start in almost 50 years. The injury crisis isn’t helping, as Claudio Marchisio, Mario Mandzukic, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Stefano Sturaro, Kwadwo Asamoah and ‘suspended’ Martin Caceres are all unavailable.