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Real Madrid through to Champions League quarter-finals


In the second leg of their round of 16 Champions League matchup, Real Madrid kept Leipzig to a draw, although they took advantage of the first leg’s 0-1 score to secure their quarterfinal spot. In the 65th minute, Vini Jr. gave Madrid the lead; however, three minutes later, the German team equalized. Madrid held up well under duress and will play in the draw in Nyon on March 15.

A crammed Celebrate the club’s 122nd birthday with another incredible European night at Santiago Bernabéu. The match began with a tumultuous and intense opening exchange. Vini Jr.’s shoulder flicked over Tchouameni’s cross, giving Ancelotti’s team their first opportunity (12 mins).

Leipzig swiftly responded twice in rapid succession,

but neither time Openda was able to locate the target. The Germans attempted to take advantage of their opponents with their quick transitions as the Whites slowly built up play. Before halftime, Marco Rose’s team had two opportunities to take the lead. Simons attempted a curling shot that Lunin blocked first, then Openda followed with a strong shot that just missed the left-hand post.

In the second half, Madrid’s play picked up as they started breaking through the opposition’s box more frequently. Carvajal made a nice through pass to Rodrygo in the 63rd minute, but Gulácsi stopped his attempt. But Real Madrid did not err in their subsequent maneuver. While Leipzig was attacking, Kroos broke up play. Bellingham was then fed by the German, who drove the length of the field before sliding in Vini Jr., who scored with a forceful first-time finish (65′).

Madrid locks up a quarterfinal spot.

In the 68th minute, the visitors equalized the score with a half-cleared corner kick by Raum, who then looped the ball back into the box, where Willi Orban glanced a diving effort into the bottom part of the net. By now, the game was wide open, and Valverde once tried his luck with a hard shot from slightly outside the area.

Orbán’s header in the 81st minute narrowly missed the mark. It was Rodrygo’s chance to go close after seven minutes. The Brazilian displayed a beautiful display of technique, but his right-footed attempt was not able to get past the goalkeeper. Dani Olmo came dangerously close to forcing extra time for the Germans, but his lobbed attempt hit the crossbar. With a strong finish, Ancelotti’s team advanced to the Champions League quarterfinals.

Blog By:- ExpertSadar

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