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How were the Champions League group stage matches last night? In the four groups where the teams played their last matches, what is the position of the teams in the—

Group A

Liverpool 2-0 Napoli

Liverpool ended Napoli’s Champions League run with a league defeat to Leeds United last Saturday. Mohamed Salah and Darwin Nunez scored for the Italian club at Anfield. After Salah’s goal in the 85th minute, Nunez also scored in the 8th minute of added time.

If they win by at least four goals, Liverpool, who have already confirmed the last sixteen, could be the champions of this group. Jurgen Klopp’s team did not play well. However, the English club has been able to give Napoli the bitter taste of the first defeat of the season. It was the last match of both the teams in the group stage.

Good to know: Napoli were unbeaten in the Champions League and the domestic league. At the rate, that trend was interrupted. The top team in the Serie A points table suffered their first loss after a 21-match unbeaten run.

Team Match Win Draw Lose Points
Napoli 6 5 0 1 15
Liverpool 6 5 0 1 15
Ajax 6 2 0 4 6
Rangers 6 0 0 6 0
Rangers 1-3 Ajax

These two teams have already been knocked out of the race to reach the last sixteen. Scottish club Rangers had the chance to grab the first point. But even they could not do that at home. Francisco Conciao scored for the Dutch club in the 89th minute after goals from Steve Berghuis and Mohamed Qudus in the first half.

Two minutes before that, Tavernier gave Rangers a goal from the penalty. Rangers finished this year’s Champions League without any points. Third-placed Ajax are relegated to the Europa League.

Good to know: Rangers became the first Scottish club in the Champions League to finish the group stage without a point.

Group ‘B’

Leverkusen 0-0 Brugge

Leverkusen had a chance to win at home and advance to the last sixteen as the best team in the group in front of Belgian club Brugge. It didn’t happen. Brugge drew goalless with the German club. The second best team in the group is Brugge, who have already secured the last sixteen. Leverkusen dropped to the Europa League in third place.

Good to know: Brugge goalkeeper Simone Mignolet kept a ‘clean sheet’ in five out of six matches in the group stage.

Team Match Win Draw Lose Points
Porto 6 4 0 2 12
6 3 2 1 11 in Bruges
Leverkusen 6 1 2 3 5
Atletico 6 1 2 3 5
Porto 2-1 Atletico Madrid

Last night Atletico had a chance to secure a place in the Europa League after being eliminated from the Champions League group stage last week. But the Spanish club could not make use of that opportunity in Porto’s field. Diego Simeone’s team fell behind with goals from Mehdi Taremi and Stephen Estaquio within 24 minutes. Ivan Marcano gave Atletico a ‘suicide’ goal in added time. Atlético finished the group stage of the Champions League as the bottom team of the group with this loss.

Good to know: Atletico Madrid finished bottom of their group in the Champions League for the first time since Simeone took over as Atletico coach in 2011.

Group ‘C’

Bayern Munich 2-0 Inter Milan

Already confirmed in the last sixteen, Bayern Munich went into the field aiming for a 100 percent victory in the group stage. Benjamin Pavard in the 32nd minute and Chupo-Moting in the 72nd minute scored the goal. With 10 points in 6 matches, Bayern became the best team in the group with a difference of 8 points with Inter, who reached the last sixteen as the second best of the group. The German club did not lose even one of the 6 matches in the group.

Good to know: Bayern Munich have maintained a 100% winning streak in the group stages of the Champions League three times in the last four seasons.

Team Match Win Draw Lose Points
Bayern 6 6 0 0 18
Inter 6 3 1 2 10
Barcelona 6 2 1 3 7
Plugin 6 0 0 6 0
Viktoria Plzen 2-4 Barcelona

Both teams have already been eliminated from the group stage. But seeing the game of Barcelona did not understand, they have nothing to gain in this match. Ferran Torres scored in both halves for Barca to keep Plzen’s defense distracted. Pablo Toure (75 minutes) scored the last goal for Barca after Marcos Alonso’s goal in the 6th minute. Thomas Chore gave Plzen two goals after the break with a penalty in the 51st minute and then in the 63rd minute.

Good to know: Pablo Toure (19 years 212 days) is the seventh youngest goalscorer for Barca in the Champions League.

Group D

Marshey 1-2 Tottenham

A draw in the field of the French club would have made Tottenham into the last sixteen. But Marseille took the lead through Chanel Mbember’s goal in first-half stoppage time. In the 54th minute, the English club finally equalized with the goal of Centaback Clem Longle. Emile Horsburgh’s goal in five minutes of added time sent Tottenham into the last 16 as the group’s top team. Marseille finished the Champions League as the bottom team of the group.

Good to know: Marseille last played in Champions League before this season in 2020-21 and 2013-14 seasons. These three times the French club left as the bottom team of the group.

Team Match Win Draw Lose Points
Tottenham 6 3 2 1 11
Frankfurt 6 3 1 2 10
Sporting 6 2 1 3 7
Marshey 6 2 0 4 2
Sporting Lisbon 1-2 Frankfurt

In the 39th minute of the match, Arthur Gomez’s goal led to the Portuguese club Sporting. But Eintracht Frankfurt scored two goals in 10 minutes after the break. Daichi Kamada scored from the penalty in the 62nd minute and Randall Kolo Muani scored in the 72nd minute. In this group


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