Djurgarden 1-4 Juventus
STOCKHOLM, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Juventus qualified for the Champions League beating Djurgarden 4-1 on Wednesday to seal a 6-3 aggregate win.
The Italians, finalists in 2003, had only managed a 2-2 draw
after trailing at home a fortnight ago but they proved too
strong for the Swedish champions with goals by Alessandro Del
Piero, David Trezeguet and Pavel Nedved.
Playing aggressively from the start, Juventus captain Del
Piero opened the scoring on 10 minutes when he volleyed home a
Ruben Olivera from inside the box following a defensive mistake
by Markus Karlsson.
Djurgarden equalised nine minutes later when midfielder
Johan Arneng fired a long cross shot past keeper Gianluigi
French striker David Trezeguet put Juventus back in front in
the 34th minute and came very close to adding a second goal two
minutes later but Djurgarden keeper Dembo Tourray saved the ball
with his legs.
Czech Nedved, who missed the first leg through injury,
extended Juventus's lead to 3-1 early in the second half from a
free kick by Del Piero.
Djurgarden then seemed to run out of steam and Trezeguet
added his second goal of the match with four minutes to play.