Juventus victory over Atletico Madrid on Tuesday has translated well at the business end with the club announcing a record gate receipt and an increase in the share price.
The Bianconeri earned a total of €5.5m from the gate receipts from their 3-0 Champions League win against Atletico Madrid.
The current total eclipsed the previous record of almost €5m from their 2-1 defeat to Manchester United earlier in the season.
According to Football Italia, the Stadium was sold out and a section of fans known as the Curva Sud suspended their boycott against rising ticket prices.
The crowd roared the men in black and white to victory as they completed a dramatic comeback to book their quarter-final ticket.
Allegri’s men would need these big nights and atmosphere to help them end their wait for a Champions League crown since 1996.
Juventus’ equally witness an increase in the share price which went up by over 20 percent in wake of their Champions League comeback against the Rojiblancos.
The figures from the Borsa Italiana on Wednesday read €1.58 – a 24% increase on the €1.22.
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Precisely three weeks after Allegri’s men were gunned down 2-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano, the Bianconeri witnessed a plummet in share prices.