CHAMPIONS LEAGUE. Mo Salah scores fastest hat-trick ever in champions ball, goal fair in Barcelona

Rangers – Liverpool 1-7

After fifteen minutes, the home team surprisingly took the lead. After a great attack, Arfield (17.) scored the first goal in this Champions League campaign for the Rangers with a hard cross. Liverpool was unaffected and a few minutes later were able to equalize after a good header from Firmino (24.). Ten minutes after the break, Liverpool went over Rangers thanks to the second goal from Roberto Firmino (55.).

Then the Liverpool machine really got going. In twenty minutes Nunez (66.), Salah (76., 80., 81.) and Elliot (87.) scored five more goals. Salah’s three goals will now also go down in the history books as the fastest hat-trick ever in the Champions League.

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Liverpool are now second in the standings with 9 points. That is three less than Napoli, which previously won 4-2 against Ajax. Rangers is still scoreless.

Barcelona – Inter 3-3

Barcelona started the game best, but the best chances were for Dzeko and Dumfries. Barcelona kept coming and was rewarded just before half time. After a nice rush on the right, Sergi Roberto threw the ball to the far post. Ousmane Dembélé (40.) was in the right place to hit the ball hard. After the break, Inter quickly equalized after a nice volley from Nicolo Barella (50.).

Barcelona had to look for a second goal, but the goal eventually fell on the other side. After a nice control, Martinez (63.) outplayed Garcia and kicked hard in the bottom corner. Ten minutes before the end, Barcelona came alongside via a deflected ball from Lewandowski (82.). Just before the whistle, Barcelona’s fate seemed sealed after a goal from Gosens (89.), but Lewandowski (90.+2) scored the vital goal for Barcelona in the added time.

Inter are second in Group C with 7 points, three more than FC Barcelona.

Plzen – Bayern 2-4

On the fourth match day of group C in the Champions League, Bayern Munich won 2-4 against Viktoria Plzen. Bayern had the game under control from the first minute and Sadio Mane scored the opening goal after 10 minutes. After a nice one-two with Goretzka, Mané put the ball over goalkeeper Stanek in a controlled manner. Not much later, the game seemed over after Coman served Müller (14.) after a rush on the left, who could easily tap in. The third goal followed just before half an hour. After a confused phase in front of goal, Goretzka (25.) remained calm and shot the ball into the bottom corner. The same Goretzka (35.) was allowed to record the 0-4 halftime score from close by. After the break, a somewhat surprising goal from Plzen via a hard bang from Adam Vlkanova (62.). Plzen even scored a second time via Kliment (75.).

Thanks to the victory, Bayern remains comfortably first in group C with twelve out of twelve and qualifies for the eighth finals. Plzen stays last with zero points.

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Bayer Leverkusen – FC Porto 0-3

Porto didn’t wait long to strike for the first time. Galeno scored after six minutes after a great solo. Leverkusen immediately came up and after fifteen minutes Bakker went down in the box after an error by Uribe. Demirbay was allowed to brace for a penalty, but kicked hard on Diogo Costa. After the break, Porto switched gears and after the intervention of the VAR, the ball went on the spot for a foul on Galeno. Taremi (53.) did not miss and doubled the score for Porto. Not much later, the ball went on the spot for Porto again, again after a foul on Galeno. Taremi (64.) also converted the penalty flawlessly this time.

With the win, Porto is now in pole position with six points to advance in group B. Leverkusen is currently last with three points. Club Brugge is already certain of the eighth finals with ten points.

Sporting – Marseille 0-2

On the fourth match day of group D in the Champions League, Marseille won 0-2 against Sporting. After fifteen minutes of football, Esgaio took down the broken Harit in the sixteen. Esgaio was shown his second yellow card and Marseille was awarded a penalty. Guendouzi (20.) did not miss and gave Marseille the lead. With one more man, Marseille created even more chances and after half an hour Alexis Sanchez was able to double the score from close by. Initially, the goal was disallowed by Harit’s offside, but after the intervention of the VAR, Marseille was allowed to cheer. On the hour, Goncalves was also sent to the locker room with a second yellow card.

Tottenham – Frankfurt 3-2

Tottenham won 3-2 against Frankfurt on the fourth match day of Group D in the Champions League. Tottenham soon ran into trouble against last year’s Europa League winner. After Dier lost the ball, Rode took the ball. He found Kamada (14.) in the sixteen, who easily tapped the ball in. Not much later Tottenham’s reaction. After a nice action Kane found Son (20.) on the edge of the sixteen, who hit hard. Tottenham pushed on and got a penalty just before half an hour after VAR intervened for a foul on Kane. Kane (28.) took responsibility himself and shot hard. Before the break, Son (36.) made it 3-1 with his second of the evening. Frankfurt was able to score a connecting goal just before the whistle via Alidou (87.), but equalizing was no longer possible.

Tottenham are first in group D with seven points thanks to the victory. Frankfurt is only last with four points.

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