UEFA Champions League Match review on Tuesday, 14th September

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Manchester United humiliated by young boys, Lukaku’s header inspires Chelsea to victory at Russia, Sevilla plays a draw with RB Salzburg as both see four penalties, Villareal draws with Atlanta; Benfica draws with Dynamo Kyiv same with Lile who drew with Wolfsburg.

Juventus vs Malmo

UEFA Champions League Match review on Tuesday, 14th September

Juventus achieved their first victory of the season after thrashing Malmo 3 – 0 all scored in the first half.
Juventus are yet to record a win in Serie A this season as they were battered in their last two matches after the exit of Ronaldo

Fortunately, they were able to return back to winning ways as the old lady did not hesitate to get the party started in Turin as Alex Sandro scored the opening goal just after 23rd minutes into the game

Paulo Dybala converted from the penalty spot as well before Alvaro Morata added the third goal with just 60 seconds between all the goal scored.

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During this coming weekend, Juventus will be playing Ac Milan and probably, they may find their rhyme and come out victorious.

Barcelona vs Bayern Munich

UEFA Champions League Match review on Tuesday, 14th September

Robert Lewandowski continued his goal spree as he scored twice as Bayern annihilate Barca with an impressive 3 – 0 win at Camp Nou.

When it seems the game will likely be goalless in the first half come forth Thomas muller’s shot which was deflected by Eric Garcia to give the visiting team the lead in the 34th minute of the game.

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Right after the second half begin, Lewandowski scored the second in the 56th minute extending his goal scored in a row to 18.

The veteran striker notched the second goal in five minutes before the final whistle from a reversed shot from Serge Gnabry.

Young boys vs Manchester united:

UEFA Champions League Match review on Tuesday, 14th September

Cristiano Ronaldo scored for Man United, but his goal could not save the red devil from been beaten by young boys in their champions league opening after Aaron Wan Bissaka’s red card.

Chelsea vs Zenith

UEFA Champions League Match review on Tuesday, 14th September

Romelu Lukaku’s second-half header gave Chelsea the win against zenith at Stamford bridge as they continue their champions league defense.

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Sevilla vs RB Salzburg

UEFA Champions League Match review on Tuesday, 14th September

Sevilla was tied with Salzburg after the chaotic first half which led to four awarded penalities, three to the visitor and one to the home team.

While the visiting team failed to convert all of their own, the home team scored the only one awarded to them as they went on to complete the match with 10 men.

Villarreal vs Atlanta

On Tuesday night, Villarreal drew with Atlanta with a scoreline of 2 – 2
The visiting team get the lead sixth minutes in the match with a goal from Remo Freuler and unfortunately, the goal was leveled shortly before the halftime break by Trigueros of Villareal.

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Dynamo Kieve vs Benfica

Dynamo Kieve play a controversial draw with Benfica as the host team had thought to have scored the winner in the 73rd minute. Unfortunately, the goal was overturned after a review.

Lille vs Wolfsburg

The match ended goalless between the two sides. Although, there was a late controversial moment when a penalty that was awarded to the French side in the stoppage time was overturned by VAR.

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Earlier before then, Lille had thought to have taken the lead as Jonathan David struck in a goal but was duly overruled by var during the second half, and right after then, John Brook of Wolfsburg was shown a second yellow card and had to exit the match.

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