UEFA Champions League 2020 Results and Table – Simeone’s Atletico was visiting Klopp’s Anfield, where Klopp was yet to lose a game at home in the Champions League. Liverpool headed into this game with a one-goal deficit and was missing its main goalkeeper. On the plus side, captain Henderson was back and Anderson was in goal.
UEFA Champions League 2020 Results and Table – Atletico’s attacking options were boosted by Jao Felix returning to the side. They were playing a very defensive game but on the attack, their game was smooth. Atletico found things leveled up in the 43rd minute when Wijnaldum converted a lovely Chamberlain cross. Liverpool turned up the heat to a maximum in the second half with Oblak working overtime, pulling saves left, right, and center.
The game was level at full time and the game went into extra time. Atletico almost immediately found themselves on the back foot when Firmino scored a tap in from a close range. Atletico provided a reply within 160 seconds in the form of a brilliant Llorente goal and awful goalkeeping from Adrian. The tie was now 2-2, with Atletico leading on the away goal. Llorente and Morata came off the bench to have a great impact on the game. Morata also scored and got himself onto the score sheet in the 120th minute and put the game to bed. Atletico is through to the last eight.
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Dortmund was headed to Parc des Princes to play a game behind closed doors. PSG has been failing to qualify for the past four years and had never beaten Dortmund in the European championship. Odds were stacked against PSG but they managed to pull through, scoring 2 goals and leading on aggregate goals 3-2. Dortmund was underwhelming throughout. They came with a defensive plan and it totally fell apart. Sancho and Haaland were not in their top form. In the second half, Dortmund improved a bit but still failed to score and hit very few shots on target.
UEFA Champions League 2020 Results and Table – Emre Can was sent off after a scuffle between Neymar and Can. Both set of players were heavily involved. Dortmund were attacking continuously but PSG’s defensive line was repelling each attack. This game would’ve been even more fun and interesting if the fans had been there. PSG is through to the last eight, for the first time in four years, thanks to goals from Neymar and Bernat.