Romelu Lukaku was expected by Inter Milan to reach the last 16 Champions League, including Group B qualifiers, including a move to Real Madrid in the final.
Lukaku struck twice in the second half to lead Inter 2-2. Borussia Moenchengladbach To a thrilling finish on Tuesday.
Alasane Playa canceled out Matteo Derman’s 17th minute opener at the first half stoppage but Lukaku fired from home in the 64th minute to restore the Inter’s 2-1 lead and then equalized 3-1 in the second goal nine minutes later. .
Plea had earlier reduced the deficit for the 76th time, but VAR Side V was attempted in the 3rd minute, which means Inter – on five points – could still progress with a win over Shakhtar Donetsk.
Gladbach is at the top with eight points from five games, one ahead Shaktar And Real Madrid After the Ukrainians – who are second on their head-to-head record – beat the visiting Spaniards 2-0.
Bruno Dentinho counter-attacked the shaft in the 57th minute, when Rafael Varane panicked, and then Manor Solomon was allowed to drive halfway before attacking late in the second (82૨), as the Ukrainians completed a stunning double on the European heavyweights.
All four teams will fight to reach the last 16 on Wednesday, December 9th.
Atletico Madrid The Champions League face a nerve-wracking final game to ensure they reach the knockout stage, when they were able to draw just 1-1 at home Bayern Munich Side.
Le Tletti looked for a comfortable victory when Joao Felix put them in front in the 26th minute, entering the cross from Marcos Llorente, appearing on a nearby post.
But Diego Simeone’s side were unable to extend their lead against Bayern, who gave most of their first-team regulars a break after qualifying as group winners last week.
Atletico paid their price when substitute Thomas Mલller beat goalkeeper Jan Oblak off the field in the substantial minute after being sacked by defender Felipe.
Athletico are second in Group A with six points and will now have to avoid a third-place defeat with four points in the final game at RB Salzburg to qualify.
Helped earn first half bracket by Margim Berisha Salzburg 3-1 win over Locomotive Moscow As rian striian champions keep their own hopes alive.
Salzburg were rewarded for their early dominance in the 28th minute when Enkok Mwepu’s deflected shot kindly fell to Berisha, who turned into a close distance. Jesse March’s team doubled their lead after 13 minutes when Sekoi Koita got poor approval from Slobodan Rajkovic and played in the rain.
In the penalty area, Zre Lewis was fouled by Andre Ramalho and the locomotive was handed the lead in the third minute, while Anton Miranchak converted the resulting spot-kick to halve the loss.
But substitute Karim Adeemi re-established Salzburg’s two-goal lead two minutes later, setting up a decisive clash with Atletico.
Man City Top Group, by Liverpool
Porto The two joined Manchester City to advance to the next round of the Champions League after playing a goalless draw in their Group C clash on Tuesday.
The issue with the defeat of Olympiacos in France was enough to ensure that Porto remained in second place while City, which had already qualified last week, was guaranteed the top spot.
But Pep Guardiola’s team surrendered their 100 per cent record in the group despite dominating their hosts as they created numerous chances but proved incapable of achieving that success.
In another group game, Cristian Romero’s late equalizer earned a potential value point. Atlanta Draw 1-1 in a tough fight with the Danish side Central Jutland.
Defender Alexander Schulz led the visitors as early as possible and they were within 11 minutes of their first victory in Europe’s elite club competition, but Romero’s heading only provided Atlanta with the prize following constant pressure in the closing stages.
They advance to the group’s eight points and advance to Ajax in the final round of the match next week, which, being one point behind the Dutch club, only needs a draw to advance to the round of 16.
Manchester City Will finish at the top of Group C, but were held to their first goalless draw in the Champions League group stage by PortoIs, who has also qualified for the last 16.
City had more clear chances after half time and they thought they had three points when Gabriel Jesus (800) saved another save from Gustin Marchesin late at night, but VARA outscored Rodri’s side-fueled goal in the build-up. .
Elsewhere, Olympiacos In the end, they lost 2-1 Marseille.
The Greek team went ahead in the first half through Medi Camara to give OM its first win and first goal of the season, with only Dmitry Payet hitting two penalties after the break.