Champions League: Late goals seal win for Real Madrid; Sevilla held in Copenhagen

Madrid (Spain), Sep 15 (IANS) Real Madrid scored two late objectives to beat RB Leipzig 2-0 to keep up with their 100% beginning to their UEFA Champions League protection.

Fede Valverde proceeded with his great late run of structure to put Madrid ahead a little ways from the finish of what had been an even game on Wednesday night.

The Uruguayan opened the scoring with a left-foot strike in the wake of getting a slanting pass from Vinicius Jr., prior to cutting inside and shooting into the base corner of the net.

Marco Asensio made the most of an uncommon open door this season when he got Madrid’s second objective in physical issue time, taking a pass from Toni Kroos on the left of the pitch prior to crushing the ball home.

The two objectives concluded a nearby game in which Leipzig had the best possibilities in the primary half, with Christopher Nkunku two times denied by phenomenal recoveries by Thibaut Courtois and simply neglecting to get on the finish of a reduction from Timo Werner with the net expanding before him.

Genuine Madrid’s just danger to the Leipzig objective in the primary half was a work from Luka Modric that floated wide.

In the interim, individual Spanish club Sevilla’s Champions League future keeps on looking muddled after Julen Lopetegui’s side were held to a goalless attract away to Copenhagen, reports Xinhua.

Sevilla oversaw only a single shot on track in the whole game, while the home side just had one exertion between the posts in the last part.

The outcome keeps the tension on Lopetegui, whose side faces an extreme visit to Villarreal on Sunday.

In other matches on Wednesday night, Napoli proceeded with their splendid pursue beating Liverpool as they got the better of Scotland’s Rangers 3-0 at home, Italian goliaths AC Milan outflanked Dynamo Zagreb 3-1 at home while individual Italians Juventus went down to Portuguese club Benfica 2-1.

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