Cristiano Ronaldo ends with the dream of AtléticoMarch 13, 2019
Cristiano Ronaldo He exhibited his status as 'Mister Champions' by scoring a triplet (3-0) that meant the elimination of Atlético (2-0 win in the first leg), this Tuesday in Turin in the round of eighth, in a season in which The final of the competition is held at the rojiblanco stadium.
Two goals (27 and 48) and one penalty (86) from the Portuguese served Juventus to move to the quarterfinals and leave Atlético without the possibility of fighting for the final to be played on June 1 at the Metropolitan Stadium.
Ronaldo, total legend of the competition, scored his 25th goal against Atletico, reaching 125 in the Champions League, of which he is the greatest historical director and in which he has won the title in five editions (four with Real Madrid and one with Manchester). United).
Minute 88. Juventus 3-0 Atlético de Madrid.
Atlético, who had a good income from the first leg, showed their worst side and almost did not create danger against a Juventus that multiplied the head shots in a game that drove at a high pace and always close to the area rojiblanca.
The rojiblancos were interested in sleeping the game and Juventus shake it. The local team got away with the group of Diego Simeone, uncomfortable trying to pause the game. The first five minutes were electric for Juventus, culminated by a goal annulled Giorgio Chiellini for lack of Ronaldo Slovenian goalkeeper Jan Oblak.
With a little less anger, the local team continued to push and achieved its reward in an action that was repeated with success. Federico Bernardeschi crossed from the left and Ronaldo won the position to Juanfran on the right to finish head to the meshes. The sequence was repeated in 43, but then CR7 sent his header out. Two minutes later it was Chiellini who did give the right direction to the ball, also headed, but then Oblak intervened.
FT. Juventus 3-0 Atlético (3-2).
➔ La Vecchia Signora will be in Rooms of UCL.
➔ They went out to devour their rival, and they traced it back.
➔ Cristiano Ronaldo's HAT-TRICK.
➔ Bernardeschi PARTIDAZO.
➔ Plugged all Allegri.
➔ Atleti did not kick the Juve goal. pic.twitter.com/hW5vVeQWlz
– Unbeaten (@InvictosSomos) March 12, 2019
For Atletico, who had arrived for the first time on goal with a distant and powerful shot from Antoine Griezmann (24), Alvaro Morata was able to tie, which concluded with a high header a long play in which Koke served him.
The passage through changing rooms did not change the dynamics and Atlético vanished without even throwing on goal. Ronaldo opened the fire with an assist for the Croatian Mario Mandzukic, who did not finish (46). Then the Portuguese equalized the tie following the same scheme as in the first goal: Topped head imposing from the right in a center from the left. Oblak cleared, but goal technology warned the referee that the ball had entered.
With 2-0 against, Atlético needed to take a step forward, but Juventus prevented it by stealing the ball quickly and dictating the pace, very close to Oblak's goal, multiplying the aerial centers.
JUVENTUS 3 – 0 AT. MADRID #ChampionsxFOX – With an exceptional performance of Cristiano Ronaldo, those led by Massimiliano Allegri managed to turn the series and went into the quarterfinals. pic.twitter.com/K26732KpXn
– FOX Sports Uruguay (@FoxSports_Uy) March 12, 2019
Again Mandzukic was close to the goal (74) but was unable to finish off his header on the plate on a free kick. But the clearest was on a counterattack Moise Kean, who was left alone against Oblak, but shot too crossed ( 82). The young promise of 19 years, author of a double on Friday against Udinese, had just jumped into the field. Then came the penalty of Angel Correa to Bernardeschi by pushing and the transformation of Ronaldo, who leads Juventus to quarters.
Man City sweeps Schalke 7-0 and moves to fourth in Champions
MANCHESTER, England |
12 Mar 2019 – 17: 19h
Manchester City tied the record for the biggest victory in the last 16 of the Champions League by beating Schalke 7-0 on Tuesday, completing a 10-2 triumph on aggregate to reach the quarter-finals. for the third time in four editions.
The knockout round of this Champions League has been marked by memorable comebacks – from Ajax, Manchester United and Juventus – but Schalke's chances of reversing the 3-2 defeat he suffered in the idea evaporated when Argentine striker Sergio Agüero Billed a penalty, biting the ball, at 35 minutes.
The "Kun" Agüero increased the advantage just three minutes later and Leroy Sane signed the third shortly before the break. Raheem Sterling, Bernardo Silva, Phil Foden and Gabriel Jesus rounded off the win in the second half.
The uneven result emulated the 7-0 victories of Bayern Munich against Basel (2012) and Shakhtar Donetsk (2015). The first was achieved when Pep Guardiola, current entreandor of City, directed Bayern.
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