A Gonzalo Higuaín-inspired Juventus took a giant leap towards another Champions League final with a 2-0 win over Monaco at Monte Carlo's Stade Louis II.
The Argentine striker himself perhaps predictably couldn't escape the ire of Eamon Dunphy in spite of a neat first-half finish on the back of a backheel-heavy, flowing team move, but fellow RTÉ panelist Didi Hamann was extremely impressed by the Italian champions as an outfit.
...the way they pass the ball, the way they look after the ball when they are in possession, and defensively just a joy to watch.
I just love watching them. I hope some of the English teams, or management teams, are watching, because we always talk about these players we want to see in the Premier League, and I think this team shows what's possible when you've got a team where everybody thinks about the team first - not themselves.
They all work for each other. [Mario] Mandzukic played out on the left. It's not his natural position but he does a job for the team. It's just an ultimate collective effort, and it's a joy to watch.
— RTÉ Soccer (@RTEsoccer) May 3, 2017