Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal for Juventus helped the Italian giants secure a draw in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final against Ajax Amsterden.
Ronaldo, who has won the competition five times, netted his 125th Champions League goal just before half-time with a diving header following Joao Cancelo’s cross.
The goal had come against the run of play, but the hosts equalised within a minute of the second half starting, through David Neres’ fine curling effort from 15 yards.
Both teams had late chances with Ajax’s Jurgen Ekkelenkamp having a shot saved before Juventus substitute Douglas Costa hit the post.
But neither side could grab a winner and they meet in the second leg in Turin on Tuesday, 16 April.
The Portuguese forward’s 125th Champions League goal came 12 years to the day after his first one when he scored for Manchester United in their 7-1 win over Roma .
Ronaldo is on course for fourth successive Champions League title.
By Olukayode Oniwinde