Salah scored two goals in the victory over Atletico Madrid and became the first Liverpool player to score in consecutive matches. In Paris, Andre Silva stood out against Paris Saint-Germain, but he did not prevent Leipzig’s defeat.
Atletico Madrid, featuring Joao Felix, lost 3-2 in the reception to leaders Liverpool, who seem ready to seal the qualification, given the nine points they have. The Reds were ahead 2-0, with two goals from Mohamed Salah and Naby Keita, but were tied thanks to two goals from Antoine Griezmann, the second goal after a pass from Felix.
And in the second half, the French international became the first player in the history of the competition to “double” and be sent off in a match, but Salah also secured a record and gave Liverpool the victory. The Egyptian striker became the first footballer in the history of the Reds to score in nine consecutive matches, by signing a “repeater” after a penalty kick on newcomer Diogo Jota.
Like the English team, Ajax also achieved 100% success in the millionaire competition, leading Group C alone, with nine points, after beating Borussia Dortmund, 4-0, with an own goal by Marco Reus and goals by Daley Blind, Anthony and Sebastian. Haller.
Despite the defeat, the Germans are in second place with six points, three points behind Sporting, who won 4-1 hours ago at Besiktas, leaving the Turks with a red lantern and without points.
In Group A, Paris Saint-Germain retained the lead with seven points, but struggled to beat Leipzig 3-2. Kylian Mbappe opened the scoring, but the Portuguese Andre Silva and Nordy Mukele turned the Germans around, before Argentine Lionel Messi scored twice and secured the victory for the Parisians, who had Nuno Mendes at the start and Danilo Pereira a second time.
Manchester City is now in second place with six points, after beating Club Brugge 5-1, and Joao Cancelo scored the first goal for the “nationals”. The team led by Pep Guardiola outperformed the Belgians who have four points, while Leipzig remained “empty” and occupies the last place.
After Sharif’s surprise in the previous round, Real Madrid overcame Shakhtar Donetsk 5-0, with two goals from Sergey Krivtsov, in his own net, Vinicius Junior (twice), Rodrygo and Karim Benzema, and equalized Moldova at the top of Group D, both. Six points.
The Tiraspol team lost for the first time in the Champions League with a score of 3-1 in the visit of Inter Milan, which in turn won for the first time and isolated itself in third place with four points, ahead of Shakhtar, who has one point. . Eden Dzeko, Arturo Vidal and Stefan de Vrij scored goals for the “Nerazuri”, while Sebastian Tell, the “champion” of the Bernabéu, was chosen to Al-Sharif.
On Wednesday, the remaining eight matches of the third round of the Champions League, including Benfica-Bayern Munich (Group E), will take place from 8 pm, at the Stadion da Luz.
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