Liverpool and Ajax did not lose a single point in the starting block.
Spanish team Atlético Madrid took a seat late in Tuesday in the playoffs of the Champions League as it knocked out Portugal’s Porto 3-1 in the final round of the Group B final. Three red cards were dealt in the match, two for Porto and one for Atlético.
The win lifted Atlético to seven points and finished second. Porto missed five points and finished third in the block.
In the second match of the block, AC Milan, which faced Liverpool, also had a chance to continue, but Milan lost to Liverpool 1-2 at home and was last in the block with four points.
Liverpool won all six of their matches in the block, while at the same time recording English history. The team is the first English team to have won all six of their games in the early division of the Champions League.
A rarity also recorded a Liverpool star Mohamed Salah, who scored a goal in Milan and already increased the number of goals for the season to 20 (13 in the Premier League, 7 in the Champions League). Salah reached 20 hits in their fifth consecutive season, the previous Liverpool player to reach the counter was a legend Ian Rush (six consecutive seasons in the 1980s).
The Dutch Ajax in the C-block also made a perfect mark over the fall. The six-win finish was sealed with a 4-2 win over the Portuguese Sporting, who went on to take the playoffs in second place. Ajaxin Sebastien Haller he also met the criteria for a great fall by scoring a goal in all six matches. In the past, the same has only been achieved Cristiano Ronaldo for the period 2017-18.
In the second match in the block, Dortmund smashed Besiktas from Turkey 5-0 Marco Reusin and from the bench Erling Braut Haalandin made two hits to the man. Haaland, 21, now has 23 goals in 19 Champions League games. Dortmund finished third in the block and the Europeans continue in the Europa League. Besiktas lost all six matches.
In block A. the German club Leipzig took a 2-1 home win over the English giant Manchester City, and the French power PSG defeated the Belgian Club Brugge 4-1.
The top two in the block, the go-ahead players, were already clear before the final round. The winner of the block, City, came to Leipzig, swapping seven players from the opening line-up for their Premier League game last weekend. Leipzig, who is stuck in the middle caste of the Bundesliga, is without a regular head coach Jesse Marschin after obtaining departure passports, but Dominic’s Rooms hit the home team lead during the opening season and André Silva supplemented by 2–0.
City came to the rescue Riyad Mahrezin by hit, but Kyle Walker the run-out took the guests to power and the defeat ensued. City had cleared their previous 14 games against German teams in the Champions League without a loss, but the impressive tube came to a decision.
PSG knocked down Bruges quickly when Kylian Mbappé scored two goals in the seven opening minutes. Lionel Messi made two more hits for PSG, the second from a penalty kick. Bruges finished Mats Rits.
City won the block after collecting 12 points, PSG missed a point. Leipzig scored seven points and will continue their European games with a third place finish in the Europa League. Brugge, who scored four points, remained a hard block jumbo.
Even in the D-block, the patterns were clear before the final round. Real Madrid offset the block win by knocking down Italian Inter 2-0. Inter continues in block two. Third place in the European League continues and Sheriff Tiraspol from Moldova, who was drawn to a 1-1 away match with Shah’tar Donetsk of Ukraine at the last minute.
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