Africhome recaps all of the action from Match day 4 of Uefa Champions League games.
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UEFA Champions League holders Manchester City and Leipzig both qualified for the round of 16 on Tuesday, but Barcelona must wait for confirmation after a shock defeat by Shakhtar Donetsk.
Lazio 1-0 Lazio in Group E Feyenoord Ciro Immobile’s 200th goal for Lazio separated the teams in Rome. In the first half, neither team created many clear-cut chances, but Immobile rounded Justin Bijlow just before halftime and slotted into an empty net to put his team ahead. Lazio dominated the second half for long stretches, with Feyenoord’s best chances falling to Santiago Giménez. However, it was Immobile’s night, and he left the field to a standing ovation.Ciro Immobile (Lazio) was named Player of the Match.
Atlético de Madrid 6-0 Celtic– With a double from lvaro Morata, Atlético Madrid set a new record against Celtic. Antoine Griezmann’s six-minute opener set the tone, and Morata made it 2-0 just before halftime after Daizen Maeda’s yellow card was upgraded to a red. Griezmann’s scissor kick gave him a double of his own, Lino’s curled effort extended the lead even further, and, after a rising drive from Morata, Sal guez lashed in from close range late on.Atlético Madrid’s Antoine Griezmann was named Player of the Match.
Group F Dortmund 2-0 Newcastle: The German followed up a 1-0 win in North East England with a comfortable home win. Goals from Niclas Füllkrug and Julian Brandt in either half did the damage and the visitors had Nick Pope to thank for that. Just moments after the break, the visitors threatened to claw their way back into the game when Joelinton fired a golden chance wide of the goal. Man of the Match: Julian Brandt (Dortmund)
AC Milan 2-1 PSG- Ac Milan completed an impressive comeback to claim their first Group F victory. Former Inter defender Milan kriniar converted a stooping header to put the Rossoneri behind.
After former Milan keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma denied Olivier Giroud, the hosts responded with a close-range overhead kick from Rafael Leo. However, the France striker pounced shortly after the break, nodding Theo Hernández’s centre out of Donnarumma’s reach. Kang-in Lee, a late substitute, struck a post.
Rafael Leo (Milan) was named the match’s MVP.
Antwerp loses 2-0 to Fc Porto
Porto defeated Antwerp and strengthened their position in the group, thanks to goals from Evanilson and Pepe, the oldest scorer in UEFA Champions League history.
Evanilson scored from the penalty spot in the 32nd minute, and the visitors were reduced to ten men after the restart when Jurgen Ekkelenkamp was shown a red card. In extra time, Porto’s 40-year-old Pepe headed in Francisco Conceiço’s cross.Player of the Match: Joo Mário (Porto)
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