- Federico Gatti (90'+7')
- Youssef En-Nesyri (26')
Europa League kings Sevilla ignored the heavy rain and the pressure of the Italian crowd at a packed Allianz Stadium to dominate the game and looked well on course to continue their bid for a record-extending seventh title before Gatti's last-gasp effort left the tie evenly poised.
Sevilla could have extended their lead before the break, but En-Nesyri and Ocampos wasted good chances and Szczesny denied a thunderous strike from distance by Ivan Rakitic with a superb diving save.
Toothless Juventus recorded their first shot on target in the 65th minute when substitute Samuel Iling Junior tried his luck from distance with a tame strike that Sevilla goalkeeper Yassine Bounou easily held.
Juventus were energised by substitute Federico Chiesa, who is still working his way back from a long injury layoff, and equalised with the last play of the game.
Chiesa won a corner before Paul Pogba headed the ball into a crowded six-yard box and Gatti jumped high to head home the equaliser.
"We made some wrong choices up front and Sevilla knew how to stand against us tonight with a good mentality," Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri told Rai.
"It was good that we held on for some time and didn't end up 2-0 down. Now in Seville there is a chance to get a result."
- Daniel Siebert