Cristiano Ronaldo’s opener was cancelled out by Donny van de Beek, as Juventus and Ajax are level on the night and on aggregate in their Champions League quarter-final.
Emre Can charged down the Andre Onana clearance and it ricocheted wide of the open goal, but Mazraoui – who was only playing on the left because of Tagliafico’s ban – turned his ankle badly and was replaced by Daley Sinkgraven.
Van de Beek prodded over under pressure from close range, while Dybala’s strike on the volley was plucked out of the air.
Juve broke through on a corner with Ronaldo’s header, although there was a VAR check for a push, but replays showed it was Matthijs de Ligt who had shoved his own teammate.
Ronaldo blasted over from a tight angle, but Ajax equalised both on the night and on aggregate when Hakim Ziyech’s wayward strike turned into an assist for Donny van de Beek to redirect in front of Wojciech Szczesny. The offside trap failed, as Federico Bernardeschi had been lagging back near the corner flag.
Cristiano Ronaldo blasted a free kick into the wall in first half stoppages.
A masterclass from Lionel Messi has put Barcelona on the verge of the Champions League quarter final at home to Manchester United.
The Argentinian opened the scoring on 16 minutes, seizing on a loose ball in the United defence, jinking past Fred and Phil Jones, before curling home into the bottom corner.
He doubled the lead four minutes later, again picking up from some poor United defending, driving at Jones and firing goal wards – but a poor attempted save from De Gea allowed the ball to squeeze home.
Barcelona could have made it three on the stroke of half time, but De Gea saved brilliantly at the far post from Sergi Roberto.