Club Brugge has achieved a great victory in the Champions League. For his own audience, the champion of Belgium was too strong for Bayer Leverkusen at 1-0. Club Brugge is now partly leading in Group B.
Club Brugge – Bayer Leverkusen 1-0Club Brugge was not convincing at first. Leverkusen came out a lot stronger and explicitly applied for a goal at the Jan Breydel Stadium. With the necessary luck for Club Brugge, it did not come. Nevertheless, Leverkusen scored, were it not for Patrik Schicks goal to be rejected because Jonathan Tah was sidelined shortly before.
The highlight of the game followed not much later when Abakar Sylla, the best man on Club side, provided 1-0 rest. Leverkusen pushed Club Brugge back at times in the second half and was well on its way to making it 1-1, but with art and flying work, the Belgian club remained afloat.
Atlético Madrid – FC Porto 2-1Atlético Madrid and FC Porto made it a real spectacle in the first game of the group stage. The venom was in his tail in that game. Everything indicated that it would end in 0-0, until Mario Hermoso managed to score in the first minute of injury time. That seemed like the final blow to the slowing Porto.
Seemed, because in minute 96, the same Hermoso made hands in the penalty area, allowing Porto to take a penalty kick. Jan Oblak got a hand against it, but was unable to reverse Mateus Uribes commitment. The fact that the game continued so long had to do with an injury to a Porto player.
Porto thought it could pull the game again, but the Portuguese were not that lucky. In fact, the goal fell on the other side after all. The invaded Antoine Griezmann put the Wanda Metropolitano in ecstasy by pulling the trigger again in the 102 minutes of the game.
Wowwwww, Atleticos goalscorer makes hands and gives away a penalty in a clumsy way 👀 FC Porto uses the penalty and gets level 🔥 #ZiggoSport #UCL ATMFCP pic.twitter.com/IMV8VADx0c
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