CHAMPIONS LEAGUE – INTER MILAN WIN, FC BARCELONA ELIMINATED FROM THE RACE

Inter Milan’s 4-0 win over Czech side Viktoria Plzen in the third round of the UEFA Champions League in San Siro was the first time the team had ever won the trophy. The Nerazzurri have now booked their place in the last eight. The Nerazzurri are now through to the last eight and have eliminated Barcelona from the group, even before their match against Bayern Munich, who have already qualified. Romelu Lukaku scored a few minutes after coming on.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE - INTER MILAN WIN, FC BARCELONA ELIMINATED FROM THE RACE

Inter Milan has qualified for the last 16 and also eliminated Barcelona. The Nerazzurri beat Viktoria Plzen 4-0 on Wednesday evening in the fifth round of the Champions League group stage. It was the first time that Henrikh Mkhitaryan had scored in the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza before Edin Dzeko scored twice (42nd, 66th). In the last minute, Romelu Lukaku celebrated his comeback with a goal (87th). Inter Milan is in second place in Group C with ten points and cannot be overtaken by Barcelona, who host Bayern Munich at 9 pm. The Czechs, meanwhile, remain bottom of the table with no points.

Romelu Lukaku, who has been absent since 26 August, was in the game. The Belgian international started the game as a substitute, but he still managed to play a good ten minutes. And that was enough for him to find the back of the net with his second ball. The player on loan from Chelsea was able to rely on Joaquin Correa, who was also close to scoring (89th), to find the net with a left-footed shot (87th, 4-0). It was the first time a team scored a goal in the first half of the season. Lukaku had plenty of time to admire his teammates’ performances from the bench before his goal.

DZEKO HAS 28 GOALS IN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Like that of Edin Dzeko. The 36-year-old Bosnian is Inter Milan’s top scorer in this year’s competition with three goals, after adding two more to his tally. The 36-year-old is Inter Milan’s top scorer in this year’s competition with three goals, after adding two more to his tally, his 27th and 28th goals in the competition’s most prestigious competition. Dzeko’s first goal came when he took advantage of Federico Dimarco’s excellent control on the run and then crossed into the empty net (42nd, 2-0). It was the second time that he had scored, this time from a Lautaro Martinez pass, past Jindrich Stanek (66th, 3-0). The Argentinian striker, for his part, was in all the right places. However, after scoring four goals in his last three games, he was unable to find the net this time, despite his efforts to do so (57th).


It’s not just a matter of the goal, it’s also a matter of the plan,” he said. The Armenian midfielder was very present and constantly dangerous. He also hit the post (55th), but the keeper also saved another of his attempts (25th). Stanek was also unstoppable against Dimarco (25th) and Denzel Dumfries (82nd).
Viktoria Plzen, who has conceded an average of four goals per game since the start of the campaign, was once again unable to cope. Only Fortune Bassey was able to find the gloves of Andre Onana (44th), who clearly did not have to work hard. Inter won a Champions League match by a margin of four goals for the first time since September 2010 (4-0 against Werder Bremen at the time). The Nerazzurri will finish the group stage on Tuesday (9 pm) when they travel to Bayern Munich. It’s the first time they’ve played in the Champions League and the first time they’ve played in the Champions League.

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