UEFA Champions League: 1 1 Is Enough As Juventus Knock Out Real Madrid
goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon celebrates after his teammate Alvaro Morata scored during the Champions League second leg semifinal soccer match between and Juventus, at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Wednesday, May 13, 2015. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)

The ‘la undecima’ will have to wait. Real Madrid will not be playing the final of . Juventus came back from a goal down to draw 1-1 with last year’s champions on Wednesday and line up a Champions League final against Barcelona with a 3-2 victory on aggregate.

Former Madrid striker Alvaro Morata scored the priceless equalizer for Juventus against his old club in the 57th minute at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.

Madrid was trailing 2-1 after last week’s first leg in Turin and the defending champions looked to have turned the contest around in the 23rd minute when scored a penalty to give his side a 1-0 lead.

But Morata’s goal from close range meant there will be no all-Spanish final in Berlin on June 6, and Juventus gets a chance to life the trophy for a third time.

“This doesn’t end here,” Morata said. “We want to create history.”

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri paid tribute to his match-winner and the rest of the team.

“Alvaro has grown physically, mentally and tactically,” he said. “I’m proud, this is an extraordinary squad. They’ve outdone themselves.”

UEFA Champions League: 1 1 Is Enough As Juventus Knock Out Real Madrid
Real Madrid’s Cristiano leans against the post after failing to score during the Champions League second leg semifinal soccer match (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza)

For Madrid, the pursuit of an 11th European Cup title ended at its own stadium after an impressive run of form.

“It’s hard,” Madrid defender Sergio said. “The team fought but we have to say goodbye. We thought we had done enough with the goal, but we let it slip and paid the price. Their goal hit our team’s morale hard.”