Saturday, November 27

Barcelona draws with Benfica and complicates its task, and Chelsea crushes Juventus and qualifies for the Champions League final price

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A goalless draw over Barcelona and Benfica in the fifth round of the European Champions League group D.

The two teams’ attempts to score the other’s goal during the 90 minutes of the match, which was held at the Camp Nou in Barcelona, ​​Spain, were unsuccessful.

Barcelona raised its score to 7 points in second place, two points behind Benfica, who is in third place.

Barcelona will have to beat its host Bayern Munich in the sixth and final round, or a draw with the loss of its rival Benfica or a draw with its Ukrainian guest, Dynamo Kiev, in the next round.

Bayern Munich was the leader in the standings, and confirmed its leadership to the top of the group, with a 2-1 victory over its Ukrainian host, Dynamo Kiev.

The Bavarian team raised its score to 15 points at the top of the standings, knowing that it was within its qualification for the round of 16, on the other hand, Dynamo Kiev’s balance stopped at one point in fourth place.

In Group H, Chelsea qualified for the final price of the continental competition after crushing Juventus with a clean four before the last of Group H competitions, which also saw Malmo and Zenit St. Petersburg tied 1-1.

Chelsea’s goals were scored by Trevoh Chalubah (25), Reese James (56), Callum Hudson-Odoi (58) and Timo Werner (5th from overtime).

With this win, Chelsea raised its score to 12 points, ahead of Juventus, who ranked second with the same balance of points, as it qualified for the next round of the last round.

In Group F, Atalanta snatched an exciting 3-3 draw against its Swiss host, Young Boys.

Atalanta advanced through Duvan Zapata (10), before Jordan Sipanchio equalized for Yang Boys (39).

In the 51st minute, Jose Palomino added the second goal for Atalanta, but Vincent Ciro equalized again for the Swiss team (80), before Sylvan Hefty scored the third goal for the Swiss team (84).

While everyone thought that the three points were on the way for the Swiss team, Luis Morial scored the third equalizer for Atalanta (87).

Atalanta raised its score to 6 points in third place in the group, a point behind second-placed Villarreal, as both teams meet in the next round to decide the identity of the second card holder after Manchester United won the first after beating Villarreal 2-0, earlier in the day. Tuesday to raise his score to 10 points at the top of the group.

In Group G, the Seville team renewed its hopes of qualifying for the final price after defeating its guest Wolfsburg with two goals without a response. The same group also witnessed the victory of French Lille over Austrian Salzburg with a clean goal.

The goals of Seville’s player Juan Jordan (13) and Rafael Mer Vicente (7 of overtime for the match).

The Andalusian team raised its score to 6 points in third place, and Wolfsburg’s balance stopped at 5 points in the last fourth place.

In the second match, Lille defeated Austrian Red Bull Salzburg with a clean goal scored by Jonathan David (31).

Lille raised its score to 8 points at the top of the standings, and Salzburg’s balance stopped at 7 points in second place.

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