The match was easy on the eye, with the ball in play for a total of 60.36 minutes.
With 60% possession, Juventus completed 612 passes, while AS Monaco's more direct approach was reflected in their figure of 325 passes overall.
AS Monaco registered 16 attempts on goal, compared with 14 for Juventus. Both teams had five efforts on target, including the Italians' winner from the penalty spot.
The Red & Whites won seven corners during the game, one more than their opponents.
- In addition to their strong defensive display, the Monaco back four showed excellent distribution. Fabinho and Ricardo Carvalho had a pass completion rate of 93%, Aymen Abennour 92% and Layvin Kurzawa 88%.
The referee penalised AS Monaco for twice as many fouls (15) as Juventus (7).
Ricardo Carvalho was the only player to be booked during the game, but was not one of the three AS Monaco players who were just a yellow card away from a suspension in the second leg (Moutinho, Kurzawa, Carrasco).