Juventus became just the second Italian side to lose five UEFA Champions League (UCL) group games in one season as they succumbed 2-1 to Paris Saint-Germain at the Allianz Stadium.
The Old Lady will compete in the UEFA Europa League (UEL) in 2023 after finishing third in Group H, 11 points adrift of the top two.
An early Manuel Locatelli effort flashed wide of the post, before the Parisians struck in devastating fashion on their first venture forward.
Kylian Mbappé showed his outrageous talent to spin Federico Gatti, sit Locatelli down and fire from outside the area, with the ball eventually going in off the post.
Locatelli, Juan Cuadrado and Fabio Miretti all went close, before the hosts’ first shot on target yielded the equaliser.
Locatelli released Cuadrado on the right, and the Colombian expertly headed across goal to find Leonardo Bonucci at the back post, the Juve captain slamming home his first UCL goal since 2016.
The result sees PSG maintain their unbeaten record in all competitions this season, a run that now stands at 20 matches (W16, D4), but lose top spot after Benfica’s 6-1 destruction of Maccabi Haifa.