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In this group, they played a match day match, and 2020 winner Barcelona hosted Bayern Munich. That season, exactly 13 months ago, the Bavarians defeated the Catalans 8-2 in the quarter-finals, and Lionel Messin reportedly filled the cup at the time. Then the Argentine reconciled, but in the end he still had to leave due to the financial regulations of the Spanish League and the near bankruptcy of Barcelona, ​​and signed a contract with Paris Saint-Germain.

Without them, a new era of garnets began, it was time that they weren’t the favorites in a local BL match.

Bayern played better in the first half and went ahead with a lucky goal, Thomas Muller’s shot bounced off the bottom of Eric Garcia, and Marc-Andre ter Stegen was completely helpless. Muller scored his seventh goal against Barcelona, ​​and no one scored for the Catalans at the international level.

In the second half, the Munich team did not even have 10 minutes to double their lead. Jamal Musiala’s bombshell still hit the post, but Robert Lewandowski caught the fastest and fired the ball into the empty net, making him 18th (!) Bayern Munich in a row.

In the 85th minute, the Polish scored his second goal in a frightening way, receiving a ball that rebounded from the goal post, but this time he bombed the goal not immediately, but after he placed a Catalan defender.

There was no weight class between the two teams.

In another group match, Dynamo Kyiv’s Mykola Sabarenko seemed to have won at home over Benfica in the 93rd minute, but the referee succeeded in the end, leaving the goal without a draw.

Barcelona (Spain) – Bayern Munich (Germany) 0-3 (0-1)
Dynamo Kiev (Ukraine) – Benfica (Portuguese) 0–0

group F.

Villarreal, winner of the 2021 European League, has not won a friendly match or a share since the final against Manchester United, as it started with three draws in the Spanish League. His opponent, Atalanta, is not proud of his start to the season either, standing on four points after three Serie A rounds. Of the two teams who were not in very good shape, the Italians hit a lightning strike, with Remo Froeller’s 12-meter shot cutting the post in the sixth minute. After a good half hour, the home team equalized, and Manu Trigueros completed a successful attack from close range.

Then things began in the second half, Arno Danjuma turned the host team in the 73rd minute, and Ruben Goossens equalized for ten minutes. Then, due to Francis Coquelin’s exhibition, Atalanta gained a human advantage in the last minutes, but was no longer able to take advantage of that, and the scoring remained.

Young Boys (Switzerland) – Manchester United (English) 2-1 (0-1)
Villarreal (Spanish) – Atlanta (Italy) 2-2 (0-1)

Group G

French Lille took the lead against Wolfsburg in the 48th minute through Jonathan David, but the VAR hit as the ball went out of the field shortly before the goal was scored. The visiting team, Mark van Bommel, complained so badly that the referee did not dare to watch the case. A quarter of an hour later, due to the John Brooks Show, the French got a serious chance but could not take advantage.

You can read what happened at the meeting between Seville and Salzburg in our article above.

Seville (Spanish) – Salzburg (Austria) 1-1 (1-1)
Lille (French) – Wolfsburg (Germany) 0-0

group h

The winner of the last call, Chelsea, looked a bit relaxed in the festive atmosphere that crossed Stamford Bridge. Four of them managed to win their own awards from UEFA before the match, with Jorginho receiving the Player of the Year award, Thomas Tuchel being the coach of the year, Edward Mendy as the goalkeeper of the year, and receiving midfielder N’Golo Kante as the player of the year. of the year.

In the 69th minute, the fast ended, Cesar Azpilicueta found Romelu Lukaku with a superb pass, slipped into the goal and thus won the victory. The Belgian striker, as at anno Manchester United, has now succeeded in his first match in BL with his new team.

In the other group match, Juventus, now without Cristiano Ronaldo, decided the first leg against Malmo in the first half. Alex Sandro started the half goal, Paulo Dybala also scored from the penalty kick, and Alvaro Morata scored the final score for a minute.

Chelsea (English) – Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia) 1-0 (0-0)
Malmo (Sweden) – Juventus (Italy) 0-3 (0-3)