Juventus beat Monaco 2-1 on Tuesday to become the first team to book their place in the 2016-2017 UEFA Champion League final in Cardiff on June 3.
The Italian giant enjoyed an aggregate score of 4-1 to re-surface in the final of the prestigious competition in the last three seasons.
The host showed great maturity in the entire stretch of the game and was rewarded with two first half goals from Mario Mandzukic and Dani Alves to put the tie to bed.
Monaco however drew one back in mid second half through young sensation Kylian Mbeppa to restore some pride but the French team never recovered to bring forth any form of competition in the encounter.
Juventus will face the winner of the tie between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid in the final with the former having a three goal advantage from the first leg.
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