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 By Shaka Hislop

Juventus retain Power Rankings top spot ahead of Real Madrid and Bayern

Goals from substitutes Marko Pjaca and Dani Alves were enough for Juventus against 10-man Porto.
BT Sport highlight: Goals from substitutes Marko Pjaca and Dani Alves were enough for Juventus against 10-man Porto.

Shaka Hislop's Power Rankings show little change at the top after contrasting weeks for some of Europe's biggest clubs.

1. Juventus (no change)

After sweeping aside Palermo 4-1 in Serie A, Juventus went to Portugal and, thanks to goals from substitutes Marko Pjaca and Dani Alves, claimed a 2-0 win vs. Porto that gives them total control of the sides' Champions League round-of-16 tie.

2. Real Madrid (no change)

A 2-0 win over Espanyol had the added feel-good factor of Gareth Bale scoring...

 By Mina Rzouki

Marko Pjaca and Dani Alves come on to lead Juventus past Porto

Gab Marcotti analyses how Max Allegri's 'five-star' attack worked against Porto and if it's viable for Juve going forward.
Goals from substitutes Marko Pjaca and Dani Alves were enough for Juventus against 10-man Porto.
BT Sport highlight: Goals from substitutes Marko Pjaca and Dani Alves were enough for Juventus against 10-man Porto.

Juventus inflicted a first home defeat on Porto this season with a mix of maturity and composure to seal an excellent 2-0 result in the first leg of the teams round-of-16 tie.

A moment of sheer madness in the 27th minute saw Alex Telles sent off for two horrendous challenges, leaving the Portuguese side with only 10 men. Since that moment, Porto sought only to defend deep and in numbers to block Juventus from getting an away goal, while neglecting their offensive duties.

Lacking in ideas and playing...

Alex Sandro living up to his billing as 'new Roberto Carlos' at Juventus

With Alex Sandro making a big impact for Juventus, Shaka Hislop addresses the comparisons he's receiving to Roberto Carlos.
Porto have historically struggled against Italians, but they get another crack with high-flying Juventus.
Porto midfielder Alex Sandro
Alex Sandro made a name for himself at Porto before joining Juventus for €26 million in 2015.

Porto are renowned experts at selling players at hefty prices, but not all of those stars proved to be successful in new surroundings.

Manchester City fans still don't understand why Eliaquim Mangala -- who cost the Premier League club £42 million three years ago -- was so highly rated, while the Frenchman is currently struggling on loan at Valencia. Jackson Martinez had a disastrous short spell at Atletico Madrid before Los Colchoneros happily shipped him off to China. Danilo is so error prone...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus need relentless movement in attack to start special UCL run at Porto

Gab Marcotti delves into the strained relationship between Max Allegri and Leonardo Bonucci ahead of Juve's trip to Porto.
Porto have historically struggled against Italians, but they get another crack with high-flying Juventus.
Mark Donaldson and Craig Burley try to predict this week's UCL fixtures, as Leicester look to curb their struggling form.
Massimiliano Allegri dismisses the notion that Barcelona's loss to PSG makes Juventus favourites in the Champions League.

The Champions League starts all over again for Juventus on Wednesday and the Serie A giants are expected to reach far, if not win, the entire competition. As one of the few sides from the top four leagues that boast domestic and European consistency, this could be the year Juve do something special.

Barcelona are stuttering, Paris Saint-Germain are being outscored by Monaco and Bayern Munich are being criticised for below-par performances in the Bundesliga. Juventus have, despite their flaws, proven...

Allegri has rediscovered Juventus' substance by turning up the style

Gab Marcotti delves into the strained relationship between Max Allegri and Leonardo Bonucci ahead of Juve's trip to Porto.
Porto have historically struggled against Italians, but they get another crack with high-flying Juventus.
Mark Donaldson and Craig Burley try to predict this week's UCL fixtures, as Leicester look to curb their struggling form.
Craig Burley evaluates this week's player power rankings, with Kevin Gameiro atop the list after his five-minute hat trick.
Massimiliano Allegri dismisses the notion that Barcelona's loss to PSG makes Juventus favourites in the Champions League.

Juventus boss Max Allegri thoroughly enjoyed last week's Champions League action. "I had a lot of fun," he said. "When you watch games like these you always come away with ideas. Things you can put into practice and learn from."

Allegri didn't elaborate too much on exactly what. Instead he used the opportunity to reinforce his point that, at this level, the difference is often made by skill and technical excellence. "It's enough to watch Luka Modric," he said.

A chance the Croatian created for Real...

 By Mina Rzouki

World-class duo Dybala and Higuain lead Juventus to easy Palermo win

Massimiliano Allegri says securing a sixth straight league title would turn his Juventus side into legends.

Defeating Palermo 4-1 to make it 29 consecutive wins at home, Juventus were professional and clinical, scoring another early goal to demonstrate their might and gain an early upper hand.

Under Diego Lopez, Palermo have proved more organised and made a good effort in the first half to block Juventus and even created chances of their own. However, individual errors allowed the home side to capitalise and score the goals required to seal what wound up being an easy win.

Positives

Gonzalo Higuain...