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Man City and Real Madrid win away in UCL

After a what feels like a lengthy absence, Champions League football is finally back! From now on, the Champions League will be running till the end of the season and never leave us for a long period of time. In the first two round of 16 matches both Real Madrid and Manchester City managed to win away from home.

Special Champions League season

This years’ Champions League tournament is a special one, especially for English football fans. It’s the last time the Champions League will be played in the current set-up. To top of this set-up the final will be played at Wembley Stadium in London. With two English teams still in contention for the final, we already see an increase in interest for Champions League final tickets. Both Arsenal and Man City will give it their all to get to Wembley.

Controversy in Germany

Real Madrid is one of the, if not the, biggest clubs in the World. Sometimes referees are a bit influenced by the status of this club. Many people in both Germany and Spain, believed the referee and VAR were either blinded by the status of Real Madrid, or just not on their job on Tuesday. What looked to be a perfect legitimate goal by Sesko for RB Leipzig early in the match, was chalked off due to a possible offside. The replay showed Sesko wasn’t offside, but only a teammate of him, who was behind the Real Madrid goalkeeper. Early in the second half Brahim Diaz scored the only allowed goal of the match. A result that could have been different if the Sesko goal stood.

Important late goal for City

Manchester City played away against Fc Copenhagen and completely dominated from the start. It was a matter of time before they opened the score. After 10 minutes Kevin de Bruyne scored the 0-1 for a firing City. After about 30 minutes, the intensity dropped and Copenhagen immediately equalized the score. At the end of the first half Bernardo Silva got the Cityzens back in front after scoring the 1-2. Manchester City pushed the entire second half, but it was until the 92nd minute, for Phil Foden to score the 1-3. An important goal to go back to the home match with a two goal lead.

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