Thirteen UCL winner, Real Madrid was surprised at home as they were stunned by Moldovan side Sheriff Tiraspol in the champions league and Ajax and Dortmund ride on with a perfect start.
Sheriff taunts Real Madrid at home
Sheriff Tiraspol pulled off an emphatic win as they beat host Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernbau.
Jasur Jakhshbaev powerful head put the Moldovan side ahead in 25minutes unfortunately, the Los Blancos leveled up through Karim Benzema penalty effort following a critical review.
The visiting team grabbed the win very late towards the end of the match through till effort where he drove the ball perfectly into the top corner from the 20 yards to leave Bernabeu in stunned silence.
Real Madrid registered 31 shots on goal 11 on target and well kept 76 percent of possession and winning 13 corners which were all way above the Moldovan side who had just four attempt and socre two of them and failed to win any corner.
In post match conference, real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti said “everything went well for hem while everything we did turned out badly,
“more than worried, we are sad”.
“We played with intensity and commitment but lost due to the finest details. The team played well we could have been sharper in the area but it’s difficult to explain what happened.
“the small details cost us the game and we should learn from that in the future. But this was a defeat we did not deserve ”
Group c; Ajax and Dortmund continue to maintain perfect start in the league.
Ajax continue their 100 percent start to Group C after another convincing 2-0 win over Besiktas at the Johan Cruyff Arena.
Steven Berghuis scored the opener before ex west ham attack, Sebastien Haller continued his UCL sensational scoring streak after he scored his fifth goal in the cup.
The attacker netted 5 goals in his two appearances thereby making him the player to scored such number of goals in his first two appearances.
Elsewhere in Group C, Borussia Dortmund triumphed over Sporting Lisbon narrowly with a score line of 1-0 at Signal Iduna Park. At thanks to Donyel Malen’s first half strike set up by Jude Bellingham.
Leo Messi shine as PSG beat Man City
Lionel Messi get is first goal for Paris Saint Germain to help get a win over the citizen in their champions league dugout at the Parc Des Princess
Seventh minute into game, PSG took the league due to city’s inability to clear a cross into the box which was smashed in by Idrissa Gueye into the top corner.
City seems to bounce as Raheem Sterling headed against the crossbar, right after then, Bernado Silvaq fired the lose ball back up onto the bar when it look obvious that he should score.
Messi, who returned to the PSG squad following a knee problem capped a fine all round performance when he played a beautiful one two ball with Kylian Mbappe on the edge of the penalty area and whipped a wonderful shot into the top corner.
PSG move to top of group a, with city down to third after Club Brugge won 2-1 at RB Leipzig.
RB Leipzig defeated at home by Club Brugge
Christopher Nkunku put the home team ahead in the fifth minute from a close range. The goal was counted after a lengthy VAR review.
In the 22 minutes, Club Brugge skipper, Hans Vanaken scored an equalizer which was unfortunately ruled out for offside however, the decision was overturn by VAR and the goal counted.
The Belgian giant completed their comeback five minutes before the half time when Mats Rit knocked a cheap ball in from six yards.
Group B: Liverpool thrashed Porto again in their own stadium
Liverpool took total control of group as the r triumph over porter with a score of 5-1
Mohammed Salah had put the premier league giant ahead in the 18 minute when he bundled the ball in after Curtis Jones angle run from the left had been pushed out by the keeper
Sadio Mane slotted in the second goal just before the Second half through James Milner’s cross from the right.
Sala scored the third goal thereby extending the scoreline to 3 – 0 and his second for the night.
Mehdi Taremi seems to have bring host back to the game as he scored but unfortunately, Firminho rolled in the fourth goal after goalkeeper diogo costa was caught upfield and could only rush back to scoop the ball out from behind the line.
Firminho scored another from tucking in a rebound thereby making the score line, 5-1
Late win for Athletico in San Siro
At the San Siro stadium, Luis Suarez scored a stoppage time penalty as Atletico Madird came from behind to beat the host AC Milan in a match that saw the dismissal of Frank Kessie, Ac Milan player.
The Seria A side started positively when Rafael Leao drilled in a low shot from the edge of penalty area in the 20 minutes
Nine minutes later on, Milan got reduced to 10 men when Kessie was red carded following a second caution
Antoine Griezman leveled up for the visiting team with six minutes left and Luis Suarez scored the last minute winner through penalty that squirmed past Mike Maignan.