London, Agency. Bayern Munich continued to dominate Barcelona by defeating them 2-0 in the UEFA Champions League football tournament late on Tuesday night. had joined. Barcelona expected a goal from Lewandowski, but he could not score a single goal against his old team.
Bayern dominated Barcelona from the beginning. Lucas Hernandez and Leroy Sane scored in the second half to give Bayern a 2-0 lead in what proved to be the deciding score after Lewandowski missed several good first-half chances. With this win, Bayern are on top of Group C with two wins in two matches.
In other matches, Liverpool beat Ajax 2–1 in the 89th minute with a goal from Joel Matip to register their first win of the European Championship. Last year’s runners-up Liverpool were given the lead by Mohamed Salah in the 17th minute, but Mohamed Kudus made the score 1-1 in the 27th minute. Sporting Lisbon also advanced to Group D on six points. The team scored two goals in the last minute at home to beat Tattenham 2–0.
Leverkusen also won:
Bayer Leverkusen registered a 2-0 win over Atletico Madrid in Group B. Robert Andrik (84th) and Moussa Diaby (87th) scored with Jeremy Frimpong scoring two goals in three minutes to ensure Leverkusen’s victory. This is Leverkusen’s second win of the season after six losses in eight matches in all competitions.
Frankfurt beat Marseille
The defence’s failure cost Marseille another Champions League defeat when Europa League winners Eintracht Frankfurt beat them 1-0 at home. Marseille’s team fell behind in the 43rd minute when midfielder Jesper Aldstrom, taking advantage of a defense error, scored. Japan’s midfielder Daiichi Kamada scored another goal for Frankfurt in the 79th minute, but it went off-side.
In the other match, Sporting beat Tattenham 2–0 in Group D and the team finished top of the group with six points. Tattenham and Frankfurt have three points each. Tattenham’s team is in second place due to better goal difference. Marseille is in last place. During the match between Marseille and Frankfurt, there was a turbulent atmosphere at the Stade Velodrome.
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