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Real Madrid Defeats Liverpool In The Champions League, While Dortmund Is Enraged By A Goal That Was Disallowed Against Manchester City.

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In the first stage in the quarterfinals of the Champions League, Real Madrid overwhelmed Liverpool 3-1 on Tuesday and Borussia Dortmund was left frustrated by a rejected 2-1 goal from Manchester.

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Although the reigning Premier League chip Real Madrid was not the first half goal of Vinicius Junior and Marcos Asensio, although Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane were unparalleled from downtown.
Mohamed Salah pulled back to Liverpool, but Real extended his lead by grabbing his second of the night with the remaining 25 minutes.

That was the same score as when both sides met in the 2018 Champions League final, and Liverpool faced a difficult challenge in the second leg in Anfield on 14 April to overcome the two goal deficit.

“If you want to go to the Champions League semifinals, you have to gain the right to do that,” Jurgen Klopp, Managing Director of Liverpool, told BT Sport.
“Tonight we didn’t do that… we didn’t play good enough, especially in the first half tonight.”
Although Liverpool took the second best place in the weekend after a spectacular win over Arsenal in the Premier League.
Toni Kroos, Luka Modric and Casemiro’s experienced midfield took control of the game and was a great hitch from Kroos to open up the results for real madrid.
Before firing past Alisson in Liverpool, Vinicius masterfully controlled the ball on his chest.

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The evening in Liverpool turned bad for worse later, as Asensio lifted the ball over Alisson before tapping home the misplaced header of Trent Alexander-Arnold from another Kroos Pass.
The Reds took a better look at the break and reduced the deficit to the second half in six minutes as Salah took advantage of Georginio Wijnaldum’s and Diego Jota’s good work to finish Thibaut Courtois.
However, with Liverpool trying to restore parity, sloppy passes and flawed shoots disrupted its flow, with Real Madrid extending its lead when, following Karim Benzema and Modric, Vinicius squeezed a first shot at Alisson.

Won the ball fairly,’ says the player.

A late Phil foden goal helped Manchester City to win 2-1 against Borussia Dortmund in Tuesday’s other tie.
The score was opened as Kevin De Bruyne deeply drove the ball to Dortmund half, before the two teams combined Foden and Riyad Mahrez with De Bruyne to the finish.
In an eventful first half, after consultation with the video assistant referee, City had reversed the sanction decision, while the Dortmund target was rejected by Jude Bellingham as he took the Ederson ball.

Marco Reus picked up the game late from a well-worked move to give Dortmund a valuable goal only when De Bruyne’s ball in the bottom gave Ilkay Gundogan the chance to set Foden for the winner.
But after Bellingham’s unlawful effort, Dortmund will feel he deserved a better outcome.

The 17 year old BT Sport said of a first-half incident “I definitely think I won fairly the ball.”
“In the time when they have so many cameras and so many TVs watching the game, it’s a bit frustrating that they don’t wait for me to place it on the web and then see it out.

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