Atlético de Madrid was also left out of the Europa League

Atlético de Madrid, led by Diego “Cholo” Simeone, was also left out of the Europa League, after losing today 2-1 to Porto, playing away for the last date of Group B of the European Champions League. .

With the Argentines Rodrigo De Paul, Nahuel Molina and Angel Correa on the court, Atlético was left out of all the European Cups, adding only 5 points and falling behind Porto, who led the group with 12 points, Bruges with 11 and from Bayer Leverkusen who also added 5 but surpassed him by direct duel results (2-0 and 2-2).

With these results, Porto and Bruges went to the knockout stages of the Champions League, while the Germans will join the Europa League.

Porto’s goals were scored by the Iranian Mehdi Taremi and the Canadian Stephen Eustaquio, while in the 50th minute of the second half, Marciano scored a discount for Atlético.

Bayer Leverkusen, in which the Argentine Exequiel Palacios started, got the pass to the Europa League, drawing 0-0 at home with Bruges.

In group A, Napoli retained first place despite losing away 2-0 to Liverpool (England), who came second; while Ajax (Netherlands) defeated Rangers 3-1 in Glasgow, Scotland, and will play the Europa League.

For C, Bayern Munich and Inter, from Italy, faced each other in Germany, where the Argentines Lautaro Martínez and Joaquín Correa started. Both were already qualified for the round of 16 and the Bavarians, who won 2-0, completed the phase with the ideal score (18, six wins in as many matches).

In the Czech Republic, Barcelona from Spain sealed their pass to the Europa League by beating local Viktoria Plzen 4-2, with goals from Ferrán Torres (two), Marcos Alonso and Pablo Torre.

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Group D, where there was a strong dispute for qualifying positions, ended with Tottenham and Eintracht Frankfurt going through to the round of 16, while Sporting Lisbon will compete in the Europa League.

Eintracht Frankfurt, where Lucas Alario did not enter, beat Sporting 2-1 in Lisbon. While the imposing French Velodrome hosted a crowd of Marseilles who witnessed their team’s 2-1 loss to Tottenham.

In Marseille, the Argentine Leonardo Balerdi started, while the English suffered the injury of the South Korean Heung-Min Son, in a situation that worried everyone ahead of the World Cup.

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