After Manchester United secured their place in the quarter-finals and Bayern Munich also did its part, the fifth round games in the Champions League continued tonight (Tuesday) as Chelsea secured their place in the next stage thanks to a carnival in blue but Barcelona, who finished only in a zero draw against Benfica , Will have to wait for the decisive cycle then all fates will be determined.
Chelsea – Juventus 0: 4 (House 8)
The European champions secured their place in the quarter-finals after a prestigious and impressive victory at Stamford Bridge. On the other hand, the old lady did get the ticket to the next stage, but lost first place after suffering four humiliating barrages in London.
Already in the 25th minute, Trevo Chaluba scored with a kick from an extension his first ever in the Champions League. In the 55th minute, the celebration continued after a goal by Chris James and 120 seconds later Callum Hudson-Audrey closely buried the third in blue. Stamford Bridge in the sky. In added time, substitute Timo Werner also joined the celebration.
Malmo – Zenit 0: 1 (House 8)
Say congratulations to the Swedes, who achieved a debut victory in the Champions League with a first right goal. In the 31st minute, the Danish Soren Ricks found the net and gave the hosts first points in the factory.
Barcelona – Benfica 0: 0 (House 5)
In contrast to the successful Premier League debut in Saturday’s derby, this time Xavi in his first ever appearance as a Champions League coach, admittedly failed to register a victory but his Barcelona still in second place at home ahead of the final round decision in a particularly difficult encounter against Bayern Munich.
In the previous meeting at the Stadium of Light in Lisbon, the Portuguese defeated the Catalans, who sought revenge but tonight had a hard time finding it mainly because of the misses of Yusuf Damir and Luke de Jong. Xavi’s gang is no longer dependent on itself and will have to beat the Bavarians in Germany in the lockout round.
Young Boys – Atlanta 3: 3 (House 6)
The team from Bergamo almost took second place at home after leading until the 81st minute, but then the Swiss, managed to turn but only until the 90th minute. Bottom line: The decision has been made in the last round where it will be decided who will continue: the Italians who are still in third place or Villarreal.
The visitors took the lead in the tenth minute from a goal in a round by Duban Spata. 29 minutes later, the Young Boys equalized 1-1 after Jordan Sibatcho reached first for a corner kick and slammed it inside. 6 minutes after the break, the Italians regained the advantage thanks to Luis Palomino, who kicked in from a distance. But in the 81st minute, Vincent Ciro set up a justified equalizer, and five minutes later Sylvan Hefty completed the home turnaround. runs out? Not really. Because Luis Muriel set up a dramatic equalizer in the 89th minute. A super dramatic 3: 3 tie at the end.
Sevilla – Wolfsburg 0: 2 (House 7)
The Andalusians, who were ranked on the eve of the round in last place, achieved an important victory and another one in the deciding round, will send them to the next stage. The game was decided in the 12th minute when Ivan Rakitić raised to the field where Joan Jordan arrived, who slammed the ball inside. In added time, Rafa Mir doubled the result and the joy.
Lil – Salzburg 0: 1 (House 7)
The French rose to the top of the house thanks to a particularly important victory over the Austrian champion. With 31 minutes played, Mathias Yaisla had a fantastic opportunity to reply but his shot flew harmlessly into the side-netting of the goal.