Champions League: Conte, Firmino, Nunez … all goals of the evening


The Champions League quarter-finals announced its verdict on Wednesday. Liverpool ensured their qualification after a spectacular draw against Benfica (3–3). Also score parity between Atlético de Madrid and Manchester City (0–0).


Atletico-Manchester City: 0-0 (0-1, Total)

The conflict of styles was complete. In the first phase, as a return this Wednesday in Wanda Metropolitano. Manchester City specializes in possession and forward play against Atlético de Madrid’s block. A horrendous clash in goals. Only one of this double clash would have tipped qualification towards winning City in the first leg on the achievement of Kevin De Bruyne. This Wednesday, Colchoneros waited a second period to find himself attempting to snatch the extension. in vain. A match marked by heavy tension at the end of the match. Felipe was expelled after a general battle (91st). The fighting continued after the final whistle when a member of the city hit Savic and Versalco spat in Walker’s direction. The Spanish police had to intervene to separate the two camps.

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Liverpool-Benfica 3-3 (6-4, aggregate score)

For goals, you have to look in the direction of Anfield. The winners (3-1) in Portugal, Liverpool qualified for the semi-finals of the Champions League… without fear. Young French defender, Ibrahima Conte, launched the Reds (21st) with a graceful header as in the first quarter, but Goncalo Ramos responded early (32nd). The break was then made by Jurgen Klopp’s men with a double from Roberto Firmino (55th and 65th). Benfica Lisbon then had to score four goals to snatch an extension. He will manage to score two runs. By Roman Yaremchuk (73rd) and Darwin Nunez (82nd), emerging strikers who are starting to panic in Europe. It’s not enough to prevent Liverpool from reaching the semi-finals against Villarreal.

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