MU and Chelsea qualified, CR7 and Lewandowski shine | Uefa champions league

Manchester United and Chelsea advanced to the round of 16 on Tuesday, but Barcelona and Salzburg were unable to keep up with lack of wins on Tuesday.

We take a tour of the matches of the first evening of J5.

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Qualified

Ajax (NED)
Bavaria (GER)
Chelsea (ENG)
Juventus (ITA)
Liverpool (ENG)
Manchester United (ENG)

Group E

Barcelona 0-0 Benfica

In two minutes, Barcelona 0-0 Benfica

Xavi Hernández’s first Champions League game as a coach ended in frustration. Benfica, third, remained two points behind the Catalans in Group E. Yusuf Demir touched the crossbar shortly before the break in an exciting encounter, and only a superb save from Marc-André ter Stegen prevented Roman Yaremchuk’s header to give the advantage to visitors. Haris Seferović then missed a great opportunity in added time

Dynamo Kyiv 1-2 Bayern


In two minutes, Dynamo Kyiv 1-2 Bayern

In two minutes, Dynamo Kyiv 1-2 Bayern

A spectacular bicycle by Robert Lewandowski at the 14e minute gave the Germans a fifth victory and seize first place in Group E. Kingsley Coman doubled the lead before the break and the Dynamo side, who are struggling to survive in the Champions League, are returned by his replacement Denis Garmash.

Group F

Villarreal 0-2 Manchester United


In two minutes, Villarreal 0-2 Man.  United

In two minutes, Villarreal 0-2 Man. United

United have advanced to the round of 16 in Michael Carrick’s opener as interim manager. David de Gea made two fine saves ahead of Manu Trigueros to keep the visitors tied before they hit twice in the final 12 minutes. Cristiano Ronaldo gave the visitors the advantage with a cool lob, before Jadon Sancho scored his first goal for the club on the bar.

Young Boys 3-3 Atalanta


In two minutes, Young Boys 3-3 Atalanta

In two minutes, Young Boys 3-3 Atalanta

Atalanta must beat Villarreal to qualify after losing twice and then returning to Bern. Jordan Siebatcheu annihilated Duván Zapata’s opening goal and then the Bernese turned the situation around thanks to Vincent Sierro and Silvan Hefti, after José Luis Palomino gave the visitors the lead again.

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Group G

LOSC 1-0 Salzburg


In two minutes, LOSC 1-0 Salzburg

In two minutes, LOSC 1-0 Salzburg

A new goal from Jonathan David saw LOSC claim their first Champions League home victory in 15 years and climb to the top of a very tight group. Salzburg could have qualified with a victory, but it was David who, after a rush from Burak Yılmaz, sealed the score. The Canadian has now scored 8 of LOSC’s last 10 goals and 11 of last 15.

Seville 2-0 Wolfsburg


In two minutes, Sevilla 2-0 Wolfsburg

In two minutes, Sevilla 2-0 Wolfsburg

Sevilla moved out of last place in the group thanks to Joan Jordán’s debut goal in the UEFA Champions League. Jordán headed back a delicious cross from Ivan Rakitić at point blank range in 12e minute and the German visitors could not react. Lukas Nmecha’s attempt was deflected on the crossbar, that’s all Wolfsburg produced. Sevilla dominated throughout the game and secured victory at the very end of the match thanks to Rafa Mir.

Group H

Malmö 1-1 Zenit


In two minutes, Malmö 1-1 Zenit

In two minutes, Malmö 1-1 Zenit

Yaroslav Rakitskyy’s penalty in added time saw Zenit draw a draw in Sweden and secure the Russian club a qualification for the knockout stages of the UEFA Europa League. Søren Rieks put Malmö ahead in the first half, ending 388 minutes of waiting for a goal in the competition this season. Johan Dahlin saved Artem Dzyuba’s penalty early in the second half. After Dmitrii Chistiakov was sent off for two yellow cards, Rakitskyy equalized after Rieks fouled Dzyuba.

Chelsea 4-0 Juventus


In two minutes, Chelsea 4-0 Juventus

In two minutes, Chelsea 4-0 Juventus

Chelsea dethroned Juventus at the top of Group H with an impressive performance. The Blues, who only needed one point to advance to the round of 16, took the lead when Trevoh Chalobah, for his first start in the UEFA Champions League on a corner from Hakim Ziyech. Just before the hour mark, Thomas Tuchel’s side scored two goals in the space of three devastating minutes by Reece James and Callum Hudson-Odoi. Substitute Timo Werner completed the score in added time on a cross from Ziyech.

The third in dams

From this season, the teams that finish third in their group compete in the UEFA Europa League knockout play-off, where they will face second in the Europa League group. The winners qualify for the round of 16.