Champions League Round of 16
2nd Leg Matches
The second legs of the Champions League Round of 16 start this Tuesday, March 8. The winner is determined by most aggregate goals over the two matches. In the event of a tie, the match goes into overtime and then penalty kicks.
Tuesday, March 8
Bayern Munich vs. RB Salzburg: 1-1 Aggregate
RB Salzburg stole the first leg against Bayern as Adamu scored in the 21st minute only to be countered by Coman’s equalizer in the 90th minute. RB Salzburg seek to dethrone Bayern in their second leg match up.
Liverpool vs. Inter Milan: 2-0 Aggregate
A dominating first match performance from top to bottom from Liverpool was capped with a late goal by Mohamed Salah. Liverpool looks to punch their ticket to the Quarterfinals
Wednesday, March 9
Manchester City vs. Sporting CP: 5-0 Aggregate
Sporting has a massive hill a climb after conceding four goals in the first half of the first match. Kevin De Bruyne and company look to just to secure their placement into the next round.
Real Madrid vs. PSG: 0-1 Aggregate
Mbappe’s goal in injury time in the first leg gave PSG their lead over Real Madrid. PSG seeks to hand Real their 3rd round of 16 exit in the last three seasons.
Tuesday, March 15
Manchester United vs. Atletico Madrid: 1-1 Aggregate
With Atletico dominated most of the first game, with Manchester United sneaking in the tying goal late in the game. United hopes to turn the tide against Atletico in the second leg.
Ajax vs. Benfica: 2-2 Aggregate
A high-scoring first match leaves these two teams level at two a side. As they move towards the second leg, Ajax look gain the upper hand and keep their Championship hopes alive as Benfica travels to Amsterdam.
Wednesday, March 16
Juventus vs. Villarreal: 1-1 Aggregate
Juventus almost stole the show in the first match but a great performance by Villarreal and a equalizing goal by Parejo set the stage for Villarreal to have a chance of taking down the Italian giants in the second leg.
LOSC vs. Chelsea: 0-2 Aggregate
With a dominating defense and a two-goal lead, Chelsea has Lille’s back against the wall as they go to Sandford Bridge for match two.