Liverpool Survive Inter Scare To Reach Q/finals As Lewandowski Breaks UCL Record In Bayern’s 7-1 Win vs Salzburg
Liverpool needed to hang on against 10-man Inter Milan to advance into the quarter-finals of this season’s UEFA Champions League regardless of losing 1-0 at Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp’s men qualify into the keep going eight 2-1 on total subsequent to winning the main leg 2-0 at the San Siro.
Lautaro Martinez got a final part shocker to give the ruling Serie A heroes any expectation of a rebound.
However, Inter’s expectations of a retaliate was run when Alexis Sanchez was shipped off in the wake of getting his subsequent yellow card for a cumbersome tackle on Fabinho.
With the man in advantage and the game fairly back under Liverpool’s influence, Salah hit the post for the second season of the evening with a little more than ten minutes remaining.
Liverpool had further opportunities to put the tie past Inter, however clutched meet all requirements for the following round, notwithstanding losing without precedent for 15 matches.
Furthermore, at the Allianz Arena, Bayern Munich whipped Austrian club Red Bull Salzburg 7-1 to progress into the following round.
Robert Lewandowski was the star of the night as he hit a notable full go-around for the Bundesliga champions.
Lewandowski finished the full go-around in no less than 23 minutes; the earliest high pitch at any point scored by a player in UEFA Champions League history from the beginning of a match, overwhelming Marco Simone for Milan v Rosenborg in 1996 (24 mins).
Different scorers for Bayern on the night are Thomas Muller (support), Serge Gnabry and Leroy Sane.