Tuesday 19 October 2021
Sharif collects first bankruptcy CL
Griezmann’s bad kick leads to Liverpool win
Liverpool FC’s record is perfect even after the third day of the Champions League group stage. In the victory over Atletico Madrid, Antoine Griezmann initially played a positive role, and then played a leading role. Real Madrid are back on the right track, but the intimidating Sherif Tiraspol was defeated for the first time.
It is clear that Liverpool FC is on their way to the last 16 of the Champions League. Team manager Jurgen Klopp’s team, unbeaten so far in all competitions, beat Spanish champions Atlético Madrid 3-2 (2-2) and leads Group B after three games with maximum return. The Reds still lacked a win to progress.
In the Spanish capital, James Milner (8th) and Leipzig Naby Keita (13th) gave Klopp an early lead. World champion Antoine Griezmann equalized by a double kick (20./34) before the break before the Frenchman was sent off after the break after a kick. In the hot final stage, the outstanding Mohamed Salah Foam Punkt kept his cool (76th place).
In the 81st minute, German referee Daniel Seibert initially decided a penalty kick again, but this time for Atlético. After consulting the video assistant, withdraw the penalty; Before that, he had carefully examined the scene again on the screen at the edge of the stadium. In the parallel group match, Luis Diaz’s goal in the 65th minute settled a duel between FC Porto and Milan in favor of the Portuguese. Milan remains in the lead without points.
Tiraspol loses for the first time
Meanwhile, Real Madrid has rehabilitated itself after disgrace to outside player Sherif Tiraspol. The record winner in Kiev beat Shakhtar Donetsk 5-0 (1-0). Serge Kryuzov (Goal 37 / og), Vinicius Junior (51/56), Rodrygo (65) and Karim Benzema (90 + 1) scored for Los Blancos, who lost both comparisons against the Ukrainians last season.
Meanwhile, Sherif Tiraspol suffered Real-Chic’s first loss in its history in the UEFA Youth League. After a dream start against Donetsk and an exciting success in Madrid, the Moldovan team lost 3-1 to Inter Milan, which was their first victory of the current season in the First Division. Edin Dzeko took the lead in the 34th minute, and after the break, Sebastian Tell (52) equalized for Tiraspol. Luxembourg not only scored the winning goal for Real Madrid, but also scored the first goal for the Luxembourg player.
The draw did not last long, however, former Leverkusen and Munich Arturo Vidal after Inter broke Dzeko’s form again at the top (58). Then Stefan de Vrij scored the final result in the 67th minute.
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