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He got a revenge, got close to the “16” and in the background “final” with Atlético for the “hot” Porto!

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Porto got its blood back and took a step towards qualifying for the “16” of the Champions League. An impressive 0-4 win for the “dragons” in Belgium, who reaped multiple benefits in a decisive turn for the 2nd group. They bossed their way to the 2nd place, which leads to the knockout stages of the competition, and avenged the hosts (who had not conceded a goal in this year’s groups to date) for 0-4 at “Dragão” in the 1st round.

Now, they go to the final, like last year, against Atletico Madrid, hoping for a different result compared to last year, knowing that they have a +2 advantage over the “Royal Blancos” if they beat Leverkusen. The Belgians remain in 1st place with 10 points (against Porto’s 9).

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The first and last word belonged to Taremi, who scored with a sweet spot in the 33′ and with a penalty kick in the 70′, taking advantage of Otavio’s assist in both cases. In between, Evanilson found the net (57′) after a stoppage time phase, but also Eustakios (59′), who was vindicated for his persistence.

Decisive was also Diogo Costa for the team of Conceição, after with the score at 0-1 he caught two penalties. Vanaken’s originally, but ordered first and Lang’s later.

2nd group

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The results of the 5th game

Club Brugge-Porto 0-4

(33′, 70′ Taremi, 57′ Evanilson, 60′ Eustakios)

Atletico Madrid – Bayer Leverkusen (22:00)

Grading

Club Brugge 10 (7-4)

Porto 9 (10-6)

Atletico Madrid 4 (2-5)

Bayer Leverkusen 3 (2-6)

6th matchday (1/11)

Porto-Atletico Madrid (19:45)

Bayer Leverkusen-Club Brugge (19:45)

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