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Morata did well on the left to advance from midfield and catch the Germans unprepared, shooting across goal for Roman Weidenfeller to spill the ball into the feet of Tevez, who made no mistake from four yards.
Juventus lost midfielder Andrea Pirlo in the first half to injury, and in turn lost their flow as Dortmund pressed for a second away goal.
But after Leonardo Bonucci headed over a good chance from six yards, the hosts grabbed the lead going into half-time.
Tevez fed Paul Pogba on the left after 43 minutes, and the Frenchman's fine centre was tucked away by Morata from six yards, appearing in between two Dortmund defenders.
Juventus controlled the game in the second period but missed two fine opportunities to take a two-goal lead to Dortmund.
First, the tireless Tevez dragged the ball just wide through a crowded penalty area after being found by Claudio Marchisio. They lost at home to Sampdoria on Saturday, which followed their defeat at Napoli the previous week.
Gian Piero Gasperini's side will look to get back to winning ways against Ajax but will not have it easy against the record-breakers.
Having lost at home to Liverpool in the opening round, the Dutch giants know they'll need a win on the road at Atalanta to keep their Champions League prospects alive.
However, they will be without new signing Mohammed Kudus , who picked up a nasty injury last week. Jurgen Klopp's men continue to find their way without talismanic defender Virgil van Dijk but will take heart from their win over Sheffield United at Anfield on Saturday in which Roberto Firmino opened his account for the season and Diego Jota scored the winner.
Midtjylland will be massive underdogs for their trip to Anfield and will be without Jesper Hansen and Junior Brumado.
But they won at Brondby at the weekend with Anders Dreyer and the brilliant Pione Sisto both scoring, with their late winner coming courtesy of Marvin Schwabe's 94th-minute own goal.
Russian side Krasnodar earned a credible draw at Rennes in their Group E opener, but are still mid-table in the Russian Premier League having lost at home to Spartak Moscow on Saturday -- a match that saw Alyaksandr Martynovich sent off.
Chelsea have gone two matches without a goal, having drawn against Sevilla in the opening round and again at Manchester United on Saturday. But apart from absentees Kepa Arrizabalaga and Billy Gilmour , they have a fully fit squad, so expect to see more of their summer signings adjust to life under Frank Lampard.
This should be a game that gets them into the win column for the first time in this nascent Champions League campaign.
Steve Nicol believes Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland's maturity is "unusual" for a player his age.
Sevilla's point at Stamford Bridge on matchday 1 could prove essential in the eventual shakedown of the group, but they will need to pick themselves up after a surprise defeat at home to Eibar at the weekend.
Rennes would have hoped for better than a draw in their opening Champions League game, and they slumped to a defeat at home to Angers on Friday, so they'll have to dust themselves down for the trip to Spain on Wednesday.
Club Brugge's impressive win on the road against Zenit in Round 1 was tempered by their defeat at Leuven on Saturday. Noa Lang 's first-half penalty was not enough to see them home, and they'll have to improve against a Lazio side who will be buoyed by their win over Borussia Dortmund in the opening round in Europe and their win at Bologna on Saturday, where Luis Alberto and Ciro Immobile scored.
All signs point to an away win. They desperately need a win after losing in Rome to Lazio last week. For Zenit, they too urgently need to get their campaign back on track after their surprise opening-round defeat to Club Brugge, and their defeat at the weekend to Rubin Kazan did not help.
Douglas Santos is banned for Wednesday's match while Malcom is still out injured. The Hungarian side Ferencvaros felt the full force of Barcelona in the opening week as they lost at Camp Nou.
But they dusted themselves down for Saturday's match against Ujpest, where they won thanks to goals from Tokmac Nguen and Somalia, with Abraham Frimpong seeing red.
Dynamo Kiev lost at home to Juventus in the first round of matches and narrowly edged past Oleksandriya on Saturday with Mykola Shaparenko getting sent off.
We expect Kiev to prove too good for their hosts. This is the match of the round, with everyone keeping fingers crossed we will see Cristiano Ronaldo coming up against Lionel Messi.
Ronaldo's availability is dependent upon medical clearance following his positive COVID test result last week -- he needs to return a negative result 24 hours before kick-off on Wednesday night to be allowed to play.
Without Ronaldo, Juventus laboured to a draw at home to Verona on Sunday, with Dejan Kulusevski 's goal securing the point.
Andrea Pirlo was less than impressed with his side, saying the result should serve as a "slap in the face. Barcelona fell to fierce rivals Real Madrid on Saturday at Camp Nou and will be desperate to make amends for that Clasico defeat on the road at Juventus.
Messi's fit, but they are without Samuel Umtiti and Coutinho, while Marc-Andre ter Stegen is also likely to be absent.
Gerard Pique also misses out through suspension, but they have Jordi Alba available again after his recovery from injury.
This one could genuinely go either way, but maybe Barca will be appropriately steeled following the weekend letdown to take points from their trip to Turin.
The Turkish side lost at RB Leipzig in the opening round thanks to Angelino 's double but bounced back in style against Antalyaspor at the weekend, winning with Edin Visca 's double helping them to a comfortable victory.
Okechukwu Azubuike is in doubt for Wednesday's clash against the Ligue 1 champions. You'd be hard-pushed to pick PSG to labour again, but they're not the force they were at the tail end of last season's Champions League campaign -- at least not yet.
United's mixed start to the season continued at the weekend as they drew at Old Trafford with Chelsea, but while their Premier League form is underwhelming, they had a perfect start in the Champions League thanks to their win at PSG last week.
They are without Eric Bailly and Jesse Lingard for Wednesday's game, while Donny van de Beek continues to see his involvement limited to a few minutes off the bench.
Leipzig have enjoyed a great start to the campaign. They are undefeated in the Bundesliga and won against Hertha Berlin at the weekend, with Dayot Upamecano and Marcel Sabitzer both scoring.
Baggio places the ball down and takes in the situation, throughout the course of his distinguished career he had various ways of taking free kicks, one such method was to simply take a step or two and hit the ball with his instep.
Another technique, one that he mostly used during his time at Juve, was to run at the ball as if he was going to hit it with his laces, yet at the last second he would bend the ball beautifully with the inside of his right foot.
It was this technique that he called on here. It was a goal worthy of any occasion and one of his finest free kicks.
He runs over to celebrate with Lippi, jumping on his manager and future nemesis given everything that transpired between the pair later, a very surreal image indeed.
Juve are now ahead on aggregate. Following the goal the game becomes a bit more heated as tackles are flying in, Deschamps and Del Piero particularly are guilty of late tackles.
However Juve are now starting to control the game further and nearly score a third from an outrageous Baggio effort as he so nearly lobs Klos from the left hand touchline some 35 yards from goal but the German makes an acrobatic save to palm the ball away.
The Old Lady restrict Borrusia to half chances before the Dutch again referee blows for half time after five minutes of injury time.
On a peculiar side note, there are no technical areas for either manager to roam around in so Lippi and Hitzfeld, who happened to be wearing the same colour of coat, are literally side by side watching the match together while trying to give instructions throughout the course of the match, a very odd sight.
The second half gets underway and it takes a while for the two teams to get into any rhythm as the ball bounces from one half to the other.
The first real chance falls to a very young Lars Ricken, yes that Lars Ricken, the hero of , after being played through by Tretschok.
He would make up for his miss two years later however. The home team suffers a blow in the 58 th minute as Julio Cesar has to be replaced after injuring his hamstring trying to block a Ravanelli half volley.
Ned Zelic comes on for the Brazilian. Ten minutes later there was huge controversy as Ricken has a goal disallowed, Tanko dispossesses Carrera by the corner flag on the left side of the Juventus half, he then swings over a brilliant cross into the far post for Ricken who heads it past Rampulla who is in no mans land, but the referee had blown his whistle before the ball had even touched the back of the net.
A host of Dortmund players race over to both the referee and the linesman to remonstrate but it seems that the goal was disallowed due to what the linesman believed was a foul on Carrera by Tanko when he dispossessed him of the ball.
Fortunately for Juve the scoreline remains The German side is now piling on the pressure and Tanko has a shot that is deflected into the side netting.
Last 20 minutes culminates in nail-biting stuff, like two heavyweight boxers slugging it out in the last two rounds.