After Aaron Ramsey put them ahead early on against Lokomotiv Moscow, Juventus have now scored 300 goals in the Champions League.
Aaron Ramsey scored a landmark goal for Juventus on Wednesday, as his opener against Lokomotiv Moscow marked the Serie A club's 300th in the Champions League.
Ramsey, making his first start since September, put Juve ahead three minutes into the Group D contest in Russia when he capitalized on a mistake from goalkeeper Guilherme, who had failed to keep out Cristiano Ronaldo's free-kick.
Juve are the fifth team to reach 300 goals in the competition, joining Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Manchester United in an elite club.
The lead was short-lived for Maurizio Sarri's side, however, with Aleksey Miranchuk pulling Lokomotiv level with a deft header nine minutes later.