Sport Tomori becomes a tragic figure: Liverpool also denies Milan Europa League
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for a short time was the AC Milan against Liverpool on the Eighth Final Course. Then the Rossoneri broke through the 1: 2 from the European Cup, a mistake of the neck.
Reds win all six group games
in order to actually have a chance of the secondary final, Milan had to definitely win - and the Rossoneri did not get it to do with Liverpool's best cast. In addition to Salah and Mané, some actors from Klopp's second guards started, but even though the group win of the Reds has long been fixed - properly.
In San Siro, the guests almost had more possession of the possession, but also a certain lack of precision in the attacking game of the Hausherren provided that opportunities were in short supply in the first round. After a half hour, a standard after which the Englishman Tomori brought the Milanese against Liverpool by van der leadership (29.).
Late Milan winner stuns Atletico and throws qualification race wide open
Atletico Madrid's chances of reaching the Champions League last 16 were dealt a hammer blow on Wednesday after a 1-0 defeat by AC Milan left them needing to win at Porto in their final game in Group B. A scrappy contest at the Wanda Metropolitano looked set to end goalless until Milan substitute Junior Messias headed home a dramatic winner in the 87th minute to leave Atletico staring down the barrel of an early exit. All but two of Atleti'sA scrappy contest at the Wanda Metropolitano looked set to end goalless until Milan substitute Junior Messias headed home a dramatic winner in the 87th minute to leave Atletico staring down the barrel of an early exit.
In the meantime, the leader of the series A in the live table thus jumped in second place - Tomoris joy was not a long duration: After completing the firing of the lovely Oxlade Chamberlain, Goalgetter Salah dusted and worried the compensation (36th). Even then it was for the time being a break exchange at eye level.
A mistake too much - "Ibra" and Kessié awarded
After the break, Milan disappointed the control, especially its own. It was not the first mistake, as a scoring scorer Tomori promised in his own penalty area the ball. Against Profiteer Mané, Maignan was still able to parry, but the sustained origi headed to 1: 2 (55.).
Because Atletico was in Porto in parallel in leadership, the Rossoneri suddenly stood with his back to the wall. However, it was the Reds that became stronger during this phase and only permanently allowed little. The next hit were the English long closer, Origi had another very good headball opportunity (69th). In the final phase, the statics then tilted, but Ibrahimovic (84.) and especially Kessié freely in front of Alisson (85th) left two large compensation opportunities.
The group winner meets Liverpool, which was the first English team all six CL group games, in the secondary finish on a second place. Milan winters as a group of general - Atletico won in Porto - not even in the Europa League.
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