Bayern tames Barcelona de Lewandowski, Liverpool respond

Bayern tames Barcelona de Lewandowski, Liverpool respond

Bayern Munich advantage! For his reunion with Robert Lewandowski, the Bavarian giants tamed their former striker 2-0 on Tuesday in the Champions League, while Liverpool, unrecognizable last week, recovered at the expense of Ajax Amsterdam (2-1).

In the evening’s poster, Bayern defeated Barcelona thanks to the French Lucas Hernandez (50) and Leroy Sane (54), as he ousted his not yet worthy Catalan rival.

The confrontation between Bayern and their former player Lewandowski was eagerly awaited: the Polish striker, who moved to Barcelona for 45 million euros in the off-season, clapped more than his whistle and missed Barcelona’s best chance, sending the ball. A little above her when he was alone in the penalty area (18).

But it was Bayern who headed first through Hernandez (50th place), then Sane (54th), while Sadio Mane, the young Munich player, was somewhat conservative.

It is enough to dissuade Barcelona and put Bayern at the top of the group (6 points), three lengths ahead of the Catalan club and Inter Milan, who bounced back at the expense of Victoria Plzen thanks to Edin Dzeko (20) and Denzel Dumfries (70). .

Group B: Atletico surprise Leverkusen

An evening of surprises in Group B: Porto and Atletico Madrid, the favorites of the group, ended up on the rug!

Club Brugge managed to achieve a good victory at the Dragon Stadium (4-0) to control the group with two victories in two matches (6 points).

At the back, Atlético ended up losing (2-0) to Leverkusen, with two goals from Robert Andreich 84 and French Moussa Diaby (87), and the two opponents found themselves in the neck (3 points each).

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Group A: Liverpool advance

A successful Liverpool takeover: After their heavy opening defeat in Napoli (4-1), the Reds hit back against Ajax Amsterdam (2-1), re-launching themselves in the first set.

At Anfield, Jurgen Klopp’s side bombarded the Dutch defense until they spotted the mistake through Mohamed Salah, who turned well into the right wing (17).

But if this goal would free the European vice-champion, in poor condition at the beginning of the season, Ajax immediately equalized the result thanks to a powerful shot in the upper corner of Mohamed Kodos (27).

It wasn’t until the divine goal of Joel Matip (89) to liberate Anfield and revive the Reds.

While waiting for the other group match, the Glasgow Rangers-Naples match was postponed to Wednesday due to logistical constraints linked to the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Liverpool, Ajax and Naples are tied at the top (3 points).

Group D: Sporting presents Tottenham

We expected Tottenham to be the favorites for the very open Group D, but it was Sporting Portugal who took control of the group with their maximalist win over Tottenham (2-0).

Paulinho (90) and Arthur Gomez (90 + 3) allowed the Lisbon team to take the initiative and achieve a second victory in many matches (6 points).

Annoying for Antonio Conte’s team, who made his successful debut against Marseille (2-0) and now finds himself second in the group, neck and neck with Eintracht Frankfurt, the 1-0 winner at OM Stadium.

The Europa League title club, hard at the back and fast on the counter, won at the Velodrome with an opportunistic goal from Jesper Lindstrom (43), resuming themselves in the race for eighth place after their opening defeat.

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However, Eintracht may be at risk of new sanctions from UEFA after the abuses took place at the racecourse under heavy police surveillance, with smoke bombs thrown from platform to platform and Nazi salutes from German fans…

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