The Champions League is back, and on Tuesday evening, two more quarter-finalists will be announced. Who will follow in Manchester City and Real Madrid’s footsteps from last night?
Atlético Madrid wins 2-0. (3-0 aggregate)
Chelsea beat Atlético Madrid 2-0 at Stamford Bridge to hold another clean sheet under Thomas Tuchel.
After César Azpilicueta pulled down Yannick Carrasco, Atlético had a powerful penalty claim turned down, with VAR choosing not to re-watch the incident. Chelsea finally broke the deadlock when Hakim Ziyech scored from close range after a fluid counter attack.
After Stevan Savi was sent off for elbowing Antonio Rüdiger, any expectations of a comeback were crushed, before substitute Emerson sealed the victory in injury time.
Bayern Munich beat Lazio 2-1. (6-2 aggregate)
Lewandowski (pen) 33′, Choupo-Moting 73′, Parolo 82′,
Bayern Munich advanced to the Champions League quarterfinals with a 2-1 victory over Lazio.
After Francesco Acerbi pulled down Leon Goretzka in the net, Robert Lewandowski scored from 12 yards for the Bundesliga side.
Eric is a student at the University of Maxim Choupo Moting doubled their lead after latching on to a through ball from David Alaba and dribbling past an onrushing Pepe Reina.
Marco Parolo scored a late consolation goal for Lazio to regain some dignity.