Category: Champions League

ON A STREAK! CHAMPIONS LEAGUE ACCA LANDS!

ON A STREAK! CHAMPIONS LEAGUE ACCA LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games Champions League games being played in round 4!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Schalke 04 to Win
Schalke 04 – Galatasaray

Tottenham Hotspur to Win
Tottenham Hotspur – PSV

Valencia to Win
Valencia – Young Boys

 


The games end in the following results:

Schalke 2 – 0 Galatasaray
Thanks to a win over Galatasaray at their Veltins Arena Schalke 04 moved one step closer to booking their place in the Champions League knockout stages. Guido Burgstaller opened the scoring for die Knappen after four minutes, but the Bundesliga side could have scored more goals in the first half of the match. Amine Harit, Sebastian Rudy and Guido Burgstaller could have doubled Schalke’s lead, but they were more than unfortunate not to find the net. However, the Bundesliga team eventually secured the victory, with Mark Uth scoring from inside the box to set up the final score of the match 2-0. Galatasaray then went all-out attack in order to, at least, score a consolation goal, but they failed to do so. Schalke’s win is well deserved and you should bear in mind that the Turks had no more than one shot on target in the 2-0 loss to die Knappen.

4′ Guido Burgstaller 1 – 0
57′ Mark Uth 2 – 0

Tottenham Hotspur 2 – 1 PSV
Tottenham desperately needed a win against PSV, but the match against the Dutch champions was anything but a walk in the park for Mauro Pochettino’s troops. PSV opened the scoring in the seconf minute of the match, with Luuk de Jong finding the net for the visitors. Gaston Pereiro sent a terrific cross into the box from the corner and Luuk de Jong planted a header down inside the left post. However, Tottenham continued to attack in numbers as they were determined to pick up all three points from the match. Spurs finally scored the equalizer in the 78th minute of the game, with Harry Kane firing a first-time projectile from inside the box. To make things even better for the hosts, Tottenham managed to complete the comeback 11 minutes later, with Harry Kane scoring his second goal of the match to set up the final score 2-1.

2′ Luuk de Jong 0 – 1
78′ Harry Kane 1 – 0
89′ Harry Kane 2 – 1

Valencia 3 – 1 Young Boys
Valencia and Young Boys faced each other at Estadio de Mestalla in their fourth group game in the Champions League. Valencia broke the deadlock after 14 minutes, with Santi Mina slotting the ball into the net from close range to make it 1-0. Christian Fassnacht levelled the score for Young Boys in the 37th minute, but that was not the last goal of the first half. Santi Mina proved his worth once again five minutes later, with the former Celta Vigo attacker putting the ball into the bottom left corner. Young Boys striker Guillaume Hoarau then missed a great opportunity to score the equalizer as his bullet header went just wide of the left post. Carlos Soler eventually put the game to bed in the 56th minute as he scored the third goal for los Che from inside the box after making a great solo run.

14′ Santi Mina 1 – 0
37′ Roger Assale 1 – 1
42′ Santi Mina 2 – 1
56′ Carlos Soler 3 – 1

 


 

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Champions League Season Preview 2018/2019

Champions League Season Preview 2018/2019

Yet another entertaining season in the Champions League is ahead of us. Ronaldo-less Real Madrid aim to become the first team in the history of football to win four consecutive trophies in the elite competition, but that is easier said than done.

Zinedine Zidane’s era at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu came to an end. The French tactician helped Real Madrid win their third consecutive Champions League trophy last season and nobody expected that he would say “adios” to los Blancos. To make things even worse for Real Madrid fans, Cristiano Ronaldo is no longer part of the Spanish giants as he joined Juventus in the summer transfer window. New coach Julen Lopetegui obviously have faith in Spanish rising star Marco Asensio, but Luka Modric and Gareth Bale are likely to play main roles in Real Madrid in the upcoming Champions League season.

Fellow La Liga sides Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have big ambitions for the 2018/2019 Champions League campaign as well. Barca aim to make amends for the unsuccessful 2017/2018 season, whereas los Rojiblancos are eager to record a good result in the elite competition after winning the Europa League last term.

Manchester City were crushed by fellow Premier League side Liverpool in the quarter-finals of the Champions League last term and it remains to be seen if they are capable of going all the way in the elite competition this time out. Kun Aguero is still pat of the team and he will be the man to watch in Pep Guardiola’s side when they kick off their Champions League campaign against Olympique Lyon. Jurgen Klopp’s trops want to, at least, repeat the last season’s success when they faced Real Madrid in the final and seeing that the club chiefs did well to reinforce the squad in the summer transfer window, they are definitely capable of meeting the goal. Jose Mourinho and Manchester United should never be written off, whilst Chelsea are ready for a new beginning with new boss (Maurizio Sarri) in charge.

Speaking of German sides, Bayern Munchen are the dominant force in Bundesliga, but they aim to prove their worth in European competitions as well. The club owners did not make too many changes to the squad in the summer, but coach Niko Kovac still has a number of top-class footballers to choose from and they are definitely capable of winning their sixth Champions League (European Cup title).

Paris Saint-Germain are once again considered one of main favourites to win the Champions League title. Kylian Mbappe is undisputedly the best young player in the world and seeing that new coach Thomas Tuchel can count on the likes of Neymar and Edinson Cavani as well, many football experts believe that the time has come for les Parisiens to win the prestigious trophy.
Speaking of newcomers, it has to be noted that Serbian champions Crvena zvezda return to the Champions League following a 27-year absence, whereas AEK will represent Greece in the elite competition for the first time since 2006.

Taking everything into account, a number of highly interesting games are on the horizon, so you’re your remote and enjoy watching the best club competition in the world.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FOLD ARRIVES!

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FOLD ARRIVES!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the Champions League qualifiers!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Dinamo Zagreb to Win
Dinamo Zagreb – FC Astana

Red Bull Salzburg to Win
Shkendija – Red Bull Salzburg

Ajax to Win
Ajax – St. Liege

 


The games end in the following results:


Dinamo Zagreb 1 – 0 FC Astana
As expected, Dinamo Zagreb booked their place in the Champions League final qualifying round. The Croatian champions did well to defend their two-goal lead in the tie against Astana, with the team recording yet another victory over the Kazakhs at their Stadion Maksimir. There were no goals in the first half of the match and, as expected, the visitors went all-out attack in the second half. As a result, Dinamo Zagreb had a number of opportunities to score on the break and they eventually broke the deadlock after 74 minutes. Mario Gavranovic found the net for the hosts with a header inside the right post, setting up the final score of the match. Astana tried their best to level the score in the remainder of the match, but they were more than unfortunate to do so as key attacker Junior Kabananga hit the crossbar in the stoppage time.

74′ Mario Gavranovic 1 – 0

Shkendija 0 – 1 Red Bull Salzburg
Salzburg recorded a routine win over Shkendija in Austria in the first leg of the Champions League third qualifying round and they were widely expected to defend their three-goal lead in the return leg in Skopje. Salzburg missed several clear-cut chances to score in the first half of the match, but they continued to dominate the game in the second half. And when everybody expected that two teams would play out a goalless draw at Philip II Arena, Minamino scored the winner for the visitors in the stoppage time. Skhendija defender committed a dreadful error, which eventually helped Salzburg record yet another win in this double-header. Taking everything into account, the Red Bulls totally deserve to make it to the Champions League final qualifying round, where they face Serbian champions Crvena Zvezda. It has to be noted, though, that Shkendija had 17 goal attempts in the 1-0 loss to Salzburg.

90′ Takumi Minamino 0 – 1

Ajax 3 – 0 St. Liege
Ajax were on the verge of beating Standard in Liege in the first leg of the Champions League third qualifying round, but they eventually dropped a two-goal advantage in the Stade Maurice Dufrasne clash. The match ended in a 2-2 draw and, as a result, the Amsterdammers were considered hot favourites to win the double-header against the Belgian outfit. Ajax took the return leg very seriously, with the team taking a two-goal lead after 34 minutes. Huntelaar scored the opener for the hosts in the 30th minute of the match, with de Ligt doubling Ajax’s lead four minutes later. Neres then put the icing on the cake on a very successful night, with the pacey winger setting up the final score of the match (3-0) one minute into the second half. Taking everything into account, Ajax’s victory is well deserved.

30′ Klaas Jan Huntelaar 1 – 0
34′ Matthijs de Ligt 2 – 0
46′ David Neres 3 – 0


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MIDWEEK TWO FOLD LANDS!

MIDWEEK TWO FOLD LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the Champions League 2018/2019 qualifiers!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Ajax to Win
Sturm Graz  1 – 2 Ajax

Crvena Zvezda to Win
Suduva 0 – 2 Crvena Zvezda

 


The games end in the following results:

Sturm Graz 1 – 3 Ajax
Sturm and Ajax faced each other at Merkur-Arena in the Champions League second qualifying round, return leg. The Amsterdammers won the first leg 2-0 and thanks to Huntelaar’s goal in the 39th minute of the second leg they moved one step closer to booking their place in the third qualifying round. Summer signing Dusan Tadic doubled Ajax’s lead three minutes into the second half and to make things even better for the visitors, Huntelaar scored his second goal of the match after 77 minutes to make it 3-0. Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana then gave Sturm fans something to cheer about as he scored an own goal in the dying minutes of the match. There was no more time left for the score to be changed and, taking everything into account, the better side made it to the Champions League third qualifying round. Ajax will face Standard Liege in the double-header.

39′ Klaas Jan Huntelaar 0 – 1
48′ Dusan Tadic 0 – 2
77′ Klaas Jan Huntelaar 0 – 3
89′ Andre Onana 1 – 3

Suduva 0 – 2 Crvena Zvezda
Crvena Zvezda did well to crush Suduva 3-0 at their Rajko Mitic stadium in the first leg of the Champions League second qualifying round, first leg and, as expected, the Serbian champions managed to defend their big lead in the return leg. The Serbs took the lead after eight minutes, with former Olympiakos attacker Ben scoring the opener from long range. Vladan Milojevic’s men continued to dominate the game and seven minutes before half-time break the visitors doubled their lead. Pacey winger Nemanja Radonjic scored a beautiful goal from inside the box to put the game to bed. There were no clear-cut opportunities in the second half of the match as the Serbs decided to slow the tempo of the game. Taking everything into account, Crvena zvezda totally deserved to set up a meeting with Spartak Trnava in the Champions League third qualifying round.

8′ Ben Nabouhane 0 – 1
38′ Nemanja Radonjic

 


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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE TREBLE LANDS!

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE TREBLE LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the Champions League 2018/2019 qualifiers!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Videoton FC to Win
Videoton FC 2 – 1 F91 Dudelange

Rosenborg to Win
Rosenborg 3 – 1 Valur

FC Astana to Win
Sutjeska 0 – 2 FC Astana

 


The games end in the following results:

Videoton FC 2 – 1 F91 Dudelange

18′ Danko Lazovic 1 – 0
54′ Clement Couturier 1 – 1
58′ Loic Nego 2 – 1

Rosenborg 3 – 1 Valur

55′ Nicklas Bendtner 1 – 0
72′ Anders Trondsen 2 – 0
85′ Freyr Sigurdsson 2 – 1
90′ Nicklas Bendtner 3 – 1

Sutjeska 0 – 2 Astana

38′ Djordje Despotovic 0 – 1
65′ Serikzhan Muzhikov 0 – 2


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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE THREEFOLD HITS!

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE THREEFOLD HITS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 6th and 7th of December in the group stage of the Champions League!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

FC Barcelona to Win
FC Barcelona – Sporting Portugal

Manchester United to Win
Manchester United – CSKA Moscow

Real Madrid to Win
Real Madrid – Borussia Dortmund

 


The games end in the following results:

FC Barcelona 2 – 0 Sporting Portugal

Sporting CP desperately needed in their last group game against Barcelona, but they failed to get one. Despite the fact that Barca key player started the match from the bench, the Catalan giants managed to pick up all three points from the game. The La Liga leaders could have opened the scoring after 20 minutes, but Uruguay attacker Luis Suarez missed a clear-cut chance to score. Ernesto Valverde’s men continued to dominate the game and 14 minutes into the second half Paco Alcacer broke the deadlock. The former Valencia striker planted a bullet header into the right side of the goal. Sporting CP could have scored the equalizer three minutes later, but Jasper Cillessen pulled off a stunning save. Lionel Messi came as a substitute in the 61st minute of the game and he blew a big opportunity to double Barca’s lead ten minutes before the final whistle. However, former Barcelona defender Jeremy Mathieu set up the final score of the match as he scored an own goal in the stoppage time.

59′ Francisco Alcacer 1 – 0
90′ Jeremy Mathieu 2 – 0

Manchester United 2 – 1 CSKA Moscow

Manchester United were desperate to bounce back from a 1-0 loss to Basel and they did well to beat CSKA Moscow in their last group game. However, Tuesday’s Champions League game was anything but a walk in the park for the Red Devils as the Russian side opened the scoring on the stroke of half-time. Vitinho found the net from a close range, but the Armeitsy failed to impress in the second half of the match. Manchester United dominated the second half and they scored the equalizer in the 64th minute of the match, with Romelu Lukaku finishes with a quick shot inside the left post. Two minutes later Marcus Rashford helped the Red Devils come from behind and pick up all three points from the game as he scored an inside the box rocket to put the game to bed. Thanks to the triumph Jose Mourinho’s men clinched top position in Group A.

45′ Vitinho 0 – 1
64′ Romelu Lukaku 1 – 1
66′ Marcus Rashford 2 – 1

Real Madrid 3 – 2 Borussia Dortmund

Despite recorded a 3-2 win over Borussia Dortmund in their last group game Real Madrid finished the process in second position in the standings. Los Blancos kicked off the game in style, with Borja Mayoral and Cristiano Ronaldo scoring for the capital club. Zinedine Zidane’s men continued to dominate the game, but the Millionaires had the last word in the first half as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored for the visitors on the stroke of half time. The Gabon international scored the equalizer three minutes into the second half and the Bundesliga side were on the verge of spoiling Real Madrid’s party at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. However, the hosts proved their worth in the dying minutes of the match, with Lucas Vazquez scoring the winner for the Spanish giants in the 81st minute of the match. Taking everything into account, Real Madrid’s victory is well deserved as they had 21 goal attempts in Wednesday’s clash.

8′ Borja Mayoral 1 – 0
12′ Cristiano Ronaldo 2 – 0
43′ Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 2 – 1
49′ Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 2 – 2
81′ Lucas Vazquez 3 – 2


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MIDWEEK ACCUMULATOR COMES IN!

MIDWEEK ACCUMULATOR COMES IN!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 21st and 22nd of November in the group stage of the Champions League!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Chelsea to Win
Qarabag – Chelsea

Napoli to Win
Napoli – Shakhtar Donetsk

Sporting Lisbon to Win
Sporting Lisbon – Olympiakos Piraeus

 


The games end in the following results:

Qarabag 0 – 4 Chelsea

Thanks to a 4-0 win over Qarabag Chelsea booked their place in the knockout stages of the Champions League. Qarabag defender Rashad Sagydov was sent off in the 19th minute of the match after pulling the jersey of Chelsea winger Willian and that was the key moment of the game. Eden Hazard scored the opener from the penalty spot and 15 minutes later (36’) the Blues doubled their lead. Antonio Conte’s men continued to dominate the game and in the 73rd minute Cesc Fabregas scored the third goal for the visitors from yet another penalty kick. Willian put the game to bed 12 minutes later as he scored with accurate shot from the edge of the box. Chelsea could have scored the fifth in the stoppage time, but Qarabag goalkeeper Ibrahimi Sehic made a brilliant save and stopped Cesc Fabregas’ long-range effort.

21′ Eden Hazard 0 – 1
36′ Willian 0 – 2
73′ Cesc Fabregas 0 – 3
85′ Willian 0 – 4

Napoli 3 – 0 Shakhtar Donetsk

Napoli desperately needed a win against Shakhtar Donetsk and they managed to get one. The Neapolitans failed to create a clear-cut chance to score in the first half, but they proved their worth in the second half and they totally deserved to pick up all three points from the match. Maurizio Sarri’s men broke the deadlock 11 minutes into the second half, with Lorenzo Insigne finding the net for the hosts. Piotr Zielinski could have doubled Napoli’s lead in the 69th minute, but he blazed his shot well over the top. However, 12 minutes later he managed to find the net, with the Poland international putting the ball into the net from a close range. Dries Mertens set up the final score of the match as he scored with a bullet header 11 minute before the final whistle. Napoli totally deserved to win the match and thanks to the triumph they managed to keep their hopes of making it to the knockout stages alive.

56′ Lorenzo Insigne 1 – 0
81′ Piotr Zielinski 2 – 0
83′ Dries Mertens 3 – 0

Sporting Lisbon 3 – 1 Olympiakos Piraeus

Sporting faced a must-win situation in Wednesday’s clash against Olympiakos and the Portuguese side proved their worth on the field. Netherlands international Bas Dost opened the scoring for the Lions after 40 minutes and, to make things even better for the hosts, Bruno Cesar doubled Sporting’s lead on the stroke of half time (43’). The hosts continued to dominate the game and they scored the third in the 66th minute. Bruno Fernandes took the corner kick and provided an assist for Bas Dost, who put the ball into the right side of the net from close range. Olympiakos failed to impress against the Lions but they scored a consolation goal in the 86th minute of the match. Taking everything into account, Sporting’s victory is well deserved, but they will have to make a miracle at Camp Nou in their last group game if they are to book their place in the last 16 of the Champions League.

40′ Bas Dost 1 – 0
43′ Bruno Cesar 2 – 0
66′ Bas Dost 3 – 0
86′ Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe 3 – 1


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EUROPEAN FOOTBALL ACCA LANDS!

EUROPEAN FOOTBALL ACCA LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 1st and 2nd of November in the group stage of the Champions League and the Europa League.

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Sevilla to Win
Sevilla – Spartak Moscow

Shakhtar to Win
Shakhtar Donetsk – Feyenoord

Lazio to Win
Lazio Roma – OGC Nice

 


The games end in the following results:

Sevilla 2 – 1 Spartak Moscow
Sevilla were desperate to make amends for an embarrassing 5-1 loss to Spartak Moscow and they managed to pick up all three points from Wednesday’s game against the Russian champions. Los Sevillanos broke the deadlock after 30 minutes, with centre-back Clement Lenglet scoring the opener for the La Liga side. The hosts continued to create goal-scoring opportunities and 14 minutes into the second half they managed to double their lead. Ever Banega scored a wonder goal from the edge of the box and in the 76th minute Wissam Ben Yedder missed a clear-cut chance to score the third for Eduardo Berizzo’s troops. Spartak Moscow gave fans some cheer two minutes later as Ze Luis fired the rebound into the middle of the goal. Los Sevillanos, though, managed to defend their slim lead and, taking everything into account, their victory is well deserved.

30′ Clement Lenglet 1 – 0
59′ Ever Banega 2 – 0
78′ Ze Luis

Shakhtar Donetsk 3 – 1 Feyenoord
As expected, Shakhtar Donetsk defeated Feyenoord at OSC Metalist in Kharkiv in their fourth group game. However, the visitors opened the scoring in the 12th minute of the match, with Nicolai Jorgensen easily beating the goalkeeper with a close-range header. However, Feyenoord’s lead did not last long as Shakhtar Donetsk equalized two minutes later. Facundo Ferreyra leveled things up and in the 17th minute of the game the score was changed to 2-1, with Marlos scoring a brilliant goal from outside the box. The Ukrainian champions continued to dominate the game and 23 minutes into the second half Marlos scored his second goal of the match and set up a the final score (3-1). Steven Berghuis missed a good opportunity to score the second for the Dutch outfit in the 81th minute and, taking everything into account, the visitors did not deserved to grab something from the match.

12′ Nicolai Jorgensen 0 – 1
14′ Facundo Ferreyra 1 – 1
17′ Marlos 2 – 1
68′ Marlos 3 – 1

Lazio Roma 1 – 0 OGC Nice
Lazio have been producing terrific performances in all competitions this season and they gave fans yet another reason for celebration on Thursday evening, with the team recording a hard-fought win over Nice in the Group K derby. Coach Simone Inzaghi rested several first-team regulars against les Aiglons, and, as a result, the Serie A side were struggling to break the deadlock. However, Nice defender Maxime Le Marchand eventually helped Lazio pick up all three points from the match as he scored an unlucky own goal in the dying minutes of the game. The Biancocelesti managed to keep their 100% record in the Europa League group stages intact, but it has to be noted that they did have a single shot on target in the 1-0 victory over the Ligue 1 side. Anyhow, Lazio booked their place in the knockout stages, whilst Lucien Favre’s men have yet to make it to the last 32 to the Europa League.

90′ Maxime Le Marchand 1 – 0


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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE ACCA LANDS!

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE ACCA LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 27th of September in the Champions League

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Barcelona to Win
Sporting Portugal – Barcelona

Roma to Win
Qarabag – Roma

Manchester United to Win
CSKA Moscow – Manchester United

 


The games end in the following results:

Sporting Portugal 0 – 1 Barcelona
Barcelona kicked off their Champions League campaign with a routine 3-0 win over Juventus and they were considered hot favourites to win Wednesday’s clash against Sporting CP. However, the Catalan giants failed to impress in the first half of the game and it has to be noted that Ernesto Valverde’s men had no more than two opportunities to score in the first 45 minutes of the match. However, Barca broke deadlock four minutes into the second half, with Sporting defender Sebastian Coates scoring an own goal. The visitors then decided to defend their slim lead and they managed to do so. The Primeira Liga outfit missed a couple of clear-cut chances to score the equalizer and Bruno Fernandes should have found the net for the hosts after 71 minutes. Summer signing Paulinho could have doubled Barca’s lead eight minutes before the final whistle, but Sporting goalkeeper Rui Patricio made an easy save. Taking everything into account, Barcelona recorded a hard-fought 1-0 win over Sporting at Estadio Jose Alvalade.

49′ Sebastian Coates 0 – 1

Qarabag 1 – 2 Roma
As expected, Roma defeated Qarabag at Baku National Stadium in their second group game in the 2017/2018 Champions League campaign. The Giallorossi broke the deadlock after seven minutes, with defender Konstantinos Manolas scoring a header from close range for the Serie A club. The Romans continued to dominate the game and eight years later Edin Dzeko doubled Roma’s lead. The Bosnia international got on the end of Stephan El Shaarawy’s cross and put the ball into the roof of the net. Qarabag then battled back and the Azeri champions scored their first goal of the match after 28 minutes, with Pedro Henrique firing a close-range shot into the right side of the goal. Qarabag created a couple of chances to score in the second-half of the match, but Roma eventually managed to defend their slim lead. Taking everything into account, Eusebio Di Francesco’s men deserved to pick up all three points from the game.

7′ Konstantinos Manolas 0 – 1
16′ Edin Dzeko 0 – 2
28′ Pedro Henrique 1 – 2

CSKA Moscow 1 – 4 Manchester United
Manchester United recorded a routine win over CSKA Moscow at Arena CSKA on Wednesday evening. The Red Devils opened the scoring after 4 minutes, with Romelu Lukaku heading the ball into right side of the goal. The Belgian attacker made it 1-0 and 19 minutes later a penalty was awarded to Manchester United following Georgi Schennikov’s careless tackle. The Red Devils continued to create goal-scoring opportunities and they turned their dominance into yet another goal in the 27th minute. Romelu Lukaku scored his second goal of the match and 12 minutes into the second half Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored the fourth for the Premier League side. CSKA Moscow were desperate to score a consolation goal and they managed to do so in the dying minutes of the match, with Konstantin Kuchaev striking the ball into the middle of the net from close range.

4′ Romelu Lukaku 0 – 1
19′ Anthony Martial 0 – 2
42′ Romelu Lukaku 0 – 3
57′ Henrik Mkhitaryan 0 – 4
90′ Konstantin Kuchaev 1 – 4


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Champions League 2016/2017: Another historical edition

Champions League 2016/2017: Another historical edition

Real Madrid put icing on the cake on yet another successful season, with the Spanish giants outclassing Juventus in the final of the Champions League. Cristiano Ronaldo won the elite competition for the fourth time in his career and he finished the 2016/2017 Champions League campaign as top scorer.

Over the years La Liga clubs Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have established themselves as the dominant forces in the Champions League. The Spaniards lifted their fourth consecutive Champions League trophy, with Real Madrid winning the elite competition for the third time in four years. Los Blancos failed to impress in the group stages of the 2016/2017 Champions League campaign, with the team finishing the process in second place in Group F, two points behind Borussia Dortmund.

As a result, Zinedine Zidane’s troops faced Napoli in the last 16 and thanks to a 6-2 aggregate win over the Partenopei they set up a meeting with Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-finals. Cristiano Ronaldo scored a brace for Real Madrid in a 2-1 win over FCB in Munich, but los Blancos experienced all sorts of problems at the back in the return leg and, as a result, the game went into extra time. The Spaniards scored three goals in the overtime, but Bayern Munich chiefs claim that referees, who made a lot of mistakes during the game, knocked the Bundesliga side out of the Champions League.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick in the 4-2 victory over Bayern Munich, but he did not stop there. The Portuguese superstar led Real Madrid to a routine victory over Atletico Madrid with three goals (3-0) and he helped los Blancos move one step closer to booking their place in the Champions League final. Despite suffering a 2-1 loss to Diego Simeone’s troops at Estadio Vicente Calderon, the reigning champions set up a meeting with Juventus in the title game.

CR7 was at his sharpest in the National Stadium clash as he scored two beautiful goals in the 4-1 victory over Juventus. The likes of Casemiro and Asensio found the net as well, with Mario Mandzukic scoring a consolation goal for the Bianconeri. Real Madrid clinched their 12th European Cup – “La Duodecima” and it seems as if the lack of experience in big games proved to be a huge problem for Max Allegri’s troops.

The curtain has fallen on yet another Champions League campaign. Real Madrid totally deserved to win the elite competition, but it seems as if Bayern Munich could have recorded a better result in the 2016/2017 campaign. Monaco were the surprise package last term as they eliminated the likes of Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund in the knockout stages on their way to the semis. Cristiano Ronaldo finished the season as the Champions League top scorer for the sixth time in his career, the Portuguese ace netted 12 goals in the elite competition, but many football experts believe that Monaco youngster Kylian Mbappe, who has been on Arsenal’s radar of late, marked the 2016/2017 season with terrific performances for les Rouges et Blancs.