In Alonso's case the match he missed was, in the grand scheme of things relatively inconsequential, but should the 32-year-old miss the first leg of his team's semi-final it could prove costly for Madrid as they chase a historic third Champions League in a row.
The goals cancelled out Real's resounding 3-0 win in Turin a week earlier but Lucas Vazquez won a disputed injury-time penalty and Juventus goalkeeper and captain Gianluigi Buffon was given a straight red card for pushing English referee Michael Oliver as he vented his fury at the decision.
BT Sport hold the rights for the Champions League this season and will stream the draw live. The final will be played on Saturday the 26th May (Bank holiday weekend in the U.K) and all eyes will turn to the Ukraine following the Championship play-off final which is being played on the same day.
Japanese man arrested for reportedly caging son for 20 years
A 73-year old Japanese man has been arrested by the police on suspicion of keeping his son in a wooden cage for over 20 years. Masazo Nonaka, who was born on July 25 1905, regularly soaks in the springs at the 105-year-old inn run by his granddaughter.
You can also follow the draw live with us right here.
Jurgen Klopp continued his superb record against Pep Guardiola last night when his side beat the current league leaders 2-1 at the Etihad to progress to the semi-final stage of Europes most prestigious cup competition.
A controversial 97th minute penalty scored by Cristiano Ronaldo on Wednesday night helped Real Madrid avoid one of the biggest shocks in the history of the Champions League.
Of course, with Real Madrid scraping through at the eleventh hour, it is hard to see them not getting through to the final.