Champions League

Liverpool and Porto entered the round of 16

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Liverpool and Porto have made it to the round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League, but Real Madrid and Atlético will have to wait.

All results Tuesday night

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Group A

Atlético 1: 1 Bayern Munich

Bayern struck late in the Spanish capital

Bayern Munich stabbed late in the Spanish capital Getty Images

The hosts knew that victory would take them to the round of 16, finishing second to Bayern, and good form Joao Felix gave them a well-deserved first-half lead by beating a low cross from Marcos Llorente. That seemed enough until substitute Thomas Müller was cut off from Felipe and the Bayern striker moved out of position, leaving Diego Simeone under his charge to make progress in Salzburg in the 6th round.
Key statistics
: Atlético have lost only one of their last 25 home games in the UEFA Champions League - unbeaten in their last 13 (W9 D4).
: Salzburg - Atlético, Bayern - Lokomotiv

Lokomotiv Moscow 1-3 Salzburg

The Austrian champions took their first victory in Group A, showing a clinical finish in Moscow. Mergim Berisha scored twice in the first half, which allowed them to control the situation. Lokomotiv tried to rally after the restart, and substitute Anton Miranchuk halved the gap from a penalty kick in the 79th minute - only for substitute Salzburg Karim Adeyemi missed the hosts' defense and shot the decisive blow two minutes later.
Key statistics
: Salzburg have scored ten goals in five group matches, averaging two per game.
: Salzburg - Atlético, Bayern - Lokomotiv

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Group B

Shakhtar Donetsk 2: 0 Real Madrid

Kroos bemoans missed Madrid chances

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Shakhtar completed the Group B double over Madrid with clinical counterattacks in Kiev. Marco Asensio hit the post early, when Real were in control of the first half, but after the break, Shakhtar's tactics came to the fore, and substitutes Dentinho and Manor Solomon scored during the break. Luis Castro's wards are ahead of Madrid in the standings for the 6th round.
Key statistics
: Madrid have never made it out of the group stage in their previous 24 matches.
: Internazionale v Shakhtar Donetsk, Real Madrid v Monchengladbach

Monchengladbach 2-3 Internazionale

Inter retained their qualification hopes thanks to Romel Lukaku's double. Inter's mascot striker was involved in the move that led to the opening of Matteo Darmian, but the dominant guests were knocked back by the head of Alassane Plea at the end of the inning. Lukaku regained the away lead and then converted Achraf Hakimi's cross to make the score 3-1. Plea pulled one of them out and eliminated the other to ensure Group B went on the wire.
Key statistics
: Lukaku (4) and Plea (5) have scored their group stage goals in just two games this season.
: Internazionale v Shakhtar Donetsk, Real Madrid v Monchengladbach

Group C

Porto 0-0 Manchester City

Porto and Manchester City drew 0-0

Porto and Manchester City tied 0-0 POOL / AFP via Getty Images

Porto qualified and City confirmed the first place in Group C after the excellent performance of goalkeepers Agustín Marcesín. In a series of excellent saves, Porto's goalkeeper beat off Raheem Sterling at the start of the second half, then parried Ferran Torres' overhead kick at close range to secure the hosts a point.
Key statistics
: City scored in 14 UEFA Champions League games, most recently losing 1-0 to Tottenham in the first leg of the quarterfinals in April 2019.
09/12 : Olympiacos - Porto, Manchester. City versus Marseille

Marseille 2: 1 Olympiacos

A pair of penalties by Dimitri Payet canceled the score 1-0 and helped Marseille get their first points in this section. Although Olympiacos were leading the break through Mohamed Camar, OM returned to the fight thanks to Payet's two successful transformations from the spot.
Key statistics : Marseille's win ends a record 13 consecutive Champions League losing streak since 2012.
09/12 : Olympiacos - Porto, Manchester. City versus Marseille

Group D

Liverpool 1-0 Ajax

Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp and Champions League debutant Caoimhin Kelleher

Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp and Champions League debut Kaoimhin Kelleher POOL / AFP via Getty Images

Liverpool have earned the qualification and first place in Group D thanks to a neat finish by Curtis Jones. The teen scored an empty net shortly before this hour after goalkeeper Andre Onan underestimated Neko Williams' cross. Ajax almost broke the deadlock 90 seconds earlier when David Neres hit the post. Jones and Roberto Firmino were also denied woodwork for the owners.
Key statistics
: Curtis Jones (19 years and 306 days) became Liverpool's third-youngest goalscorer after David Ngog (19 years and 252 days) and Trent Alexander-Arnold (19 years and 10 days).
09.12 : Ajax - Atalanta, Midtjylland - Liverpool

Atalanta 1-1 Midtjylland

Christian Romero saved Atalanta with his head in the 79th minute, when Midtjylland's hopes for his first Champions League victory did not materialize. The game began with an unexpected twist when spare captain Alexander Scholz fired ahead of the Danes from the battlefield. The intense Midtjylland pushed high and their compact defensive squad kept Atalanta's attacking threat at bay for most of the match. Eventually, however, Romero looked inside to make sure the trophies were split up.
Key statistics : Atalanta have won only one of six home games in the UEFA Champions League group stage.
09.12 : Ajax - Atalanta, Midtjylland - Liverpool

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