In the intervening 24 years, Juventus has reached the European Cup final five times and lost five times.
But Lyon had the measure of Ronaldo in this game, crowding him out as Juventus struggled to find their rhythm, especially in the first half.
The home side made a nervy start, but led by the artistry of Houssem Aouar in midfield — at one point the 21-year-old cheekily nutmegged Paulo Dybala — Lyon were deservedly ahead at the break.
Aouar created the goal, crossing for Lucas Tousart who provided an acrobatic finish. The goal was enough to hand Lyon its first ever win over Juve and ended the Italian club’s manager Maurizio Sarri 22-match unbeaten run in European games.
Last season Sarri coached Chelsea, guiding the Premier League team to victory in the Europa league.
When Tousart scored, Juve were playing with 10 men with Matthijs de Ligt off the pitch receiving treatment for a bloody head wound.
Juventus improved in the second half but Dybala miscued with a of shots and when he did find the net, the Argentine was marginally offside.
Lyon also defended superbly, keeping a close eye on Ronaldo and bravely…