Match Report | Tottenham qualified for the Champions League Round of 16 late on Tuesday night while OM missed out on third place. At the same time, Liverpool, Ajax and Barcelona won.
Tottenham’s kick in fourth place in the last second
The starting point for the Stade Velodrome was clear: whoever wins is in the round of 16 Champions League. The first half dominated Olympique Marseille Clear. The southern French were the team that set the tone, but in the end they weren’t convincing enough. That changed shortly before the break. Jordan Veritot brought in a sharp cross from a corner kick, Chancel Mbemba was fine in the penalty area and nodded to take the lead. for Tottenham Meanwhile, the outlook was very bleak. Nothing progressed, Heung Min Soon was injured and had to be replaced (29′).
But after the break, Spurs got stronger. Ivan Perisic found Clement Lenglet’s head from a free kick from half the field and found his way to the far post to equalize (54). The speed of the match gradually increased and there were now opportunities for both sides. A few seconds before the end, Pierre-Emile Hojberg scored the winning goal (90 + 5). OM He denied his participation in the middle round of the European League.
parallel reserved Liverpool Reverse Naples Small chance to win the group in Group A. Both teams didn’t take much, they created chances. Leo Ostegaard put the Italian team ahead after the end of the first half, but the goal was called again after the VAR review (57). On the other hand, Mohamed Salah put the ball over the line from a very short distance in the closing stages, and a few seconds before the end Darwin Nunez (90+8) added to make it 2-0.
The Notice Meanwhile, he had to face at least five goals difference Ajax He wins to finish third. The Dutch made it clear after just four minutes that this was completely unrealistic with their opening goal. In the end, Ajax won 3-1 and provided the audience with a fun trip to Scotland.
The match between sports was completely irrelevant Victoria Belsen and the Barcelona, who were already sure they were fourth or third in the group. That didn’t stop the two teams from providing an entertaining evening of football. The Catalans took an early lead and were able to increase just before the break. But Belsen did not give up, so after changing sides there was a peat festival. In the end, the guests from Spain won by 4:2.
UEFA Champions League: Results come out late Tuesday night
Olympique Marseille – Tottenham 1:2 (1:0)
Goals: 1-0 Chancel Mbemba (45+2), 1-1 Clement Lenglet (54+), 1-2 Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (90+5)
Pilsen – Barcelona 2:4 (0:2)
Goals: 0:1 Marcos Alonso (6), 0:2 Ferran Torres (44), 1:2 Thomas Khoury (51, penalty kick), 1:3 Ferran Torres (54), 2:3 Thomas Khoury (63), 2-4 Pablo Toure (75 minutes)
Liverpool 2-0 Napoli (0-0)
Goals: 1-0 Mohamed Salah (85), 2-0 Darwin Nunez (90′ + 8′).
Rangers – Ajax 1-3 (0-2)
Goals: 0-1 Stephen Berguis (4), 0-2 Mohamed Kodos (29), 1-2 James Tavernier (87 minutes, penalty kick), 1-3 Chico Conceicao (89).
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