Champions League round: Sharif Tiraspol shocks Real Madrid | Champions League

Moldovan side Sheriff of Tiraspol Great 2-1 win away from home real Madrid In the Champions League, where he snatched a surprise victory thanks to a thrilling shot in the 89th minute from Sebastian Thiel.

Sharif, making his debut in the tournament, took the lead against the 13-time European champions in the 25th minute with a header from Uzbek midfielder Jasurbek Yakhchibuev, who missed an opportunity to double the visiting team’s lead later in the first half.

Real dominated play in both halves but needed a penalty kick to equalise. Karim Benzema buried the penalty kick in the upper corner in the 65th minute after Vinicius Junior fell and received a penalty after reviewing the video assistant referee, after he was denied a penalty kick after a previous review moments ago.

Real Madrid’s substitute Luka Jovic rejected a big chance to win it for the hosts, but Sharif quickly fell to the other end and the ball fell to Luxembourg midfielder Thiel, who fired a fatal shot into the far top corner to send it. the upper side of the group.

Shakhtar Donetsk And international A lackluster tie tied 0-0 and the result did not favor either side as it left both teams on a single point from their first two games. Encouraged by the newly crowned Ukrainian world heavyweight champion, Oleksandr Usyk, Shakhtar had more possession but Inter missed the best chances with Edin Dzeko and Lautaro Martinez due to poor finishing.

The last penalty kick scored by Luis Suarez and the first goal scored by Antoine Griezmann since returning to him Atletico Madrid The Spanish team won 2-1 against 10 players Milan. Griezmann, who returned to Atlético last month on a season-long loan from Barcelona, ​​pounced in the 84th minute to equalize before Suarez clinched Atletico their first win in the competition of the season in the 97th minute. Elsewhere in Group B, Liverpool get over Porto 5-1.

Luis Suarez escapes after scoring the winning goal.
Luis Suarez escapes after scoring the winning goal. Photo: Miguel Medina/AFP/Getty Images

Club Brugge He fought from behind with an early goal to achieve an unexpected 2-1 win in RB Leipzig. Leipzig got off to a quick start when Christopher Nkunko scored after Emil Forsberg’s shot into the net. The fifth minute goal was initially disallowed for offside, but the VAR overturned the decision. Hans Vanaken and Mats Reits scored a four-point draw with Brugge Paris Saint-Germainwho beat Manchester.

Steven Burgess scored one goal and assisted another Ajax They were comfortable 2-0 against those affected by the injury Besiktas In the third group match at the Johan Cruyff Arena. Sebastian Haller added the second goal for the home team, who turned down a number of other opportunities and never looked overly turbulent against a visiting team missing a handful of first-team players.

In the other match in the group, Borussia Dortmund get over Sporting 1-0 thanks to Doniel Mallin’s first goal for the club. Dortmund struck with their first real chance when 22-year-old Dutch international Malin completed a three-pass volley across the entire field with a well-placed low shot in the 37th minute which was also his first Champions League goal.

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