UEFA Champions League

UEFA Champions League – Quarter-finals (1st Leg)

Juventus          3-0        FC Barcelona

Paulo Dybala 7’ 22’
Giorgio Chiellini 55’

Juventus v FC Barcelona - UEFA Champions League Quarter Final: First Leg : News Photo

Barcelona will need to climb another mountain at home to move on into the semi-final of the 2016/17 UEFA Champions League.

With Gonzalo Higuain, Paulo Dybala and Lionel Messi on the pitch, the likelihood of an Argentine coming out as the star of this fixture was very high.  

Paulo Dybala rose to the occasion and became the star in this match when he contributed two goals in the first half to set Juventus onto a comfortable ‘3-0’ victory over FC Barcelona.

Juventus is aware the Barcelona has overturned a bigger deficit at home. The tie is far from over.  


Borussia Dortmund    2-3      Monaco

Ousmane Dembele 57’         Kylian Mbappe Lottin 19’ 79’
Shinji Kagawa 84’                  Sven Bender 35’(o.g)

Borussia Dortmund v AS Monaco - UEFA Champions League Quarter Final: First Leg : News Photo

 

We expected a fast paced high scoring match, and we got that.

Monaco took a 3-2 lead from Dortmund.  This fixture has a lot of life left in it.


Atletico Madrid            1-0         Leicester City

Antoine Griezmann 28’(pen)

Club Atletico de Madrid v Leicester City - UEFA Champions League Quarter Final: First Leg : News Photo

A penalty allowed Atletico Madrid to finish the match with a win over Leicester City.

Atletico Madrid will take a goal lead and the advantage of not conceding any goal at home to Leicester for the second leg.


Bayern Munich         1-2            Real Madrid

Arturo Vidal 25’                          Cristiano Ronaldo 47’ 77’

FC Bayern Muenchen v Real Madrid CF - UEFA Champions League Quarter Final: First Leg : News Photo

Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 100th goal in European Club competitions and was also responsible for 100% of the Real Madrid goals in this fixture.

Real Madrid came from a goal down to grab an important away victory over Bayern Munich.

Arturo Vidal failed to take advantage of a penalty that could have doubled Bayern’s lead at the end of the first half.

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