UEFA Champions League

After the MatchDay 4 of the 2019/20 UEFA Champions League groupstage. –PSG, Bayern, and Juve make it to the ‘Round of 16’

November 5, 2019
Barcelona 0-0 Slavia Prague

Zenit St. Petersburg 0-2 RB Leipzig
RB Leipzig – Diefo Demme 45+5’ Marcel Sabitzer 63’

Liverpool 2-1 Genk
Liverpool – Georginio Wijnaldum 14’ Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 53’
Genk – Mbwana Samata 41’

Napoli 1-1 RB Salzburg
Napoli – Hirving Lozano 44’
RB Salzburg – Erlin Braut Haland 11’(pen)

Borussia Dortmund 3-2 Inter Milan
Borussia Dortmund – Achraf Hakimi 51’ 77’ Julian Brandt 64’
Inter Milan – Lautaro Martinez 5’ Matías Vecino 40’

Lyon 3-1 Benfica
Lyon – Joachim Andersen 4’ Memphis Depay 33’ Bertrand Traore 89’
Benfica – Haris Seferovic 76’

Chelsea 4-4 Ajax
Chelsea – Jorginho 5’(pen) 71’(pen) Cesar Azpilicueta 63’ Reece James 74’
Ajax – Tammy Abraham 2’(og) Quincy Promes 20’ Kepa Arrizabalaga 35’(og) Donny van de Beek 55’

Valencia 4-1 Lille
Valencia – Daniel Parejo 66’(pen)Adama Soumaoro 82’(og) Goeffrey Kondogbia 84’ Ferran Torres 90’
Lille – Victor Osimhen 25’

November 5, 2019

Group E
Liverpool sits on top of the bunch, while RB Salzburg found a draw in Naples to stop Napoli from stretching the lead.
Genk can’t advance from the group after having failing to win any of their opening 4 matches.

Next Round : Liverpool vs Napoli / Genk vs RB Salzburg

Group F
Slavia Prague kept Barcelona from getting on the scoreboard in Camp Nou.
Achraf Hakimi’s brace helped Borussia Dortmund complete a comeback from two goals down to win at home against Inter Milan.
Barcelona leads the Group by a point, and there is everything to play for each team in this group.

Next Round : Barcelona vs Borussia Dortmund / Slavia Prague vs Inter Milan

Group G
RB Leipzig closes in on advancing to the Round of 16 after beating Zenit St. Petersburg.
Lyon made amends at home against Benfica.

Next Round : RB Leipzig vs Benfica / Zenit St. Petersburg vs Lyon

Group H
It is a three-way tie on 7 points in the group. 
Ajax, Chelsea, and Valencia are all tied leaving Lille out of contention to qualify for the knock-out stage after 4 matches without a win.
Ajax lost a 4-2 lead at Stamford Bridge to finish in a 4-4 draw with Chelsea. 
Within a 3-minute period in the second-half, Ajax had both center backs sent off, a penalty awarded against them, and their lead cut to a single goal. 
Chelsea could have gone on to take all three points had VAR not ruled out what would have been Cesar Azpilicueta’s second goal of the match.

Next Round : Lille vs Ajax / Valencia vs Chelsea


November 6, 2019
Bayern Munich 2-0 Olympiacos
Bayern Munich – Robert Lewandowski 69’ Ivan Perisic 89’

Lokomotiv Moscow 1-2 Juventus
Lokomotiv Moscow – Aleksey Miranchuk 12’
Juventus – Aaron Ramsey 4’ Douglas Costa 90+3’

Paris St. Germain 1-0 Club Brugge
Paris St. Germain – Mauro Icardi 22’

Real Madrid 6-0 Galatasaray
Real Madrid – Rodrygo 4’ 7’ 90+3’ Sergio Ramos 14’(pen) Karim Benzema 45’ 81’

Red Star Belgrade 0-4 Tottenham
Tottenham – Giovani Lo Celso 34’ Heung-Min Son 57’ 61’ Christian Eriksen 85’

Atalanta 1-1 Manchester City
Atalanta – Mario Pasalic 49’
Manchester City – Raheem Sterling 7’

Bayer Leverkusen 2-1 Atletico Madrid
Bayer Leverkusen – Thomas 41’(og) Kevin Volland 55’
Atletico Madrid – Alavaro Morata 90+4’

Dinamo Zagreb 3-3 Shakhtar Donetsk
Dinamo Zagreb – Bruno Petkovic 25′ Luka Ivanusec 83′ Arijan Ademi 89′
Shakhtar Donetsk – Alan Patrick 13’Junior Moraes 90+3′ Tete 90+8′

November 6, 2019

Group A
Paris stays perfect and move on to the Round of 16 through a ‘1-0’ win against Club Brugge. 
Real Madrid stays close to Paris St. Germain with their first dominant performance of the season. New kid Rodryo scored the ‘perfect hat-trick’ as Real Madrid went on to secure a ‘6-0’ victory against Galatasaray. Rodrygo became the second-youngest player in Champions League history to score a hattrick.

Next Round : Real Madrid vs Paris St. Germain / Galatasaray vs Club Brugge

Group B
The favorites win in Group B, as Bayern Munich found two goals in the second-half against Olympiacos to secure a place in the knock-out stage and Tottenham gets a ‘4-0’ away win against Red Star Belgrade.

Next Round : Red Star Belgrad vs Bayern Munich / Tottenham vs Olympiacos

Group C
Manchester City escaped Bergamo with a point against Atalanta. 
After losing both goalkeeping options (one to injury and the other to a booking) Manchester City had to play the final 17+ minutes of the match with a numerical advantage and an outfield player in goal. Kyle Walker(fullback) had to come off the bench to replace Riyad Mahrez (Winger), but covered position of Claudio Bravo (GK).

Shakhtar Donetsk gets two goals in injury-time to get a point against Dinamo Zagreb. 
With both teams reduced to 10-men, there was more space on the field in the final 10 minutes of regulation time.

Next Round : Manchester City vs Shakhtar Donetsk / Atalanta vs Dinamo Zagreb

Group D
A ‘2-1’ away win against Lokomotiv Moscow send Juventus through.
Douglas Costa scored late for Juventus to clinch a place in the ‘Round of 16’.

Bayer Leverkusen get their first win in the group after opening their season with three defeats. The ‘2-1’ win against Atletico Madrid kept Leverkusen alive and allowed Juventus to open a three point gap at the top.

Next Round : Lokomotiv Moscow vs Bayer Leverkusen / Juventus vs Atletico Madrid


Erling Braut Haaland(RB Salzburg) and Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) have scored in each match of the 2019/20 Champions League to lead the top goalscorer list.
Erling Braut Haaland(RB Salzburg) – 7 goals
Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – 6 goals

The teams that have advanced to the ‘Round of 16’
Paris St. Germain (Group A), Bayern Munich (Group B), and Juventus (Group D)

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