RB Leipzig beat Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 on Tuesday to thump last season’s finalists out of the 2020 UEFA Champions League at the Red Bull Arena.
Marcel Sabitzer scored a prop in the primary half, while substitute Emil Forsberg included a third late to finish a 4-0 total win and seal the Bundesliga side’s advancement.
Serie A club Atalanta are likewise through to the quarter-finals just because. Gian Piero Gasperini’s side proceeded with their fantasy run in the opposition with an emotional 4-3 win at Valencia away from plain view.
RB Leipzig 3-0 Tottenham (RB Leipzig win 4-0 on total)
Valencia 3-4 (Atalanta win 8-4 on total)
Tottenham confronted a tough errand against RB Leipzig subsequent to losing the main leg in north London 1-0 and went behind on the night with only 10 minutes on the clock.
Timo Werner’s shot was blocked and onto the way of Sabitzer on the edge of the punishment region. The Austrian released a ground-breaking exertion that goalkeeper Hugo Lloris got a hand to yet couldn’t keep out.
Lloris was to blame again for Leipzig’s second objective halfway through the main half. A misstep from Serge Aurier on the correct flank permitted Angelino to cross for Sabitzer to gesture past Lloris at his close to post.
Darren Lewis at the Daily Mirror scrutinized Tottenham’s protecting:
Spikes, without harmed aggressors Harry Kane, Heung-Min Son and Steven Bergwijn, attempted to make possibilities and never looked like mounting a rebound.
Julian Nagelsmann’s side made more possibilities after the break and fixed a great night’s work with a low shot from Forsberg.
Somewhere else, Atalanta experienced after an exciting game at the Mestalla Stadium without any fans because of fears over the coronavirus.
The guests took only three minutes to add to their 4-1 first-leg lead, opening the scoring from the punishment spot through Josip Ilicic after he was cut by Mouctar Diakhaby.
Italian football author Carlo Garganese was intrigued with the Slovenian’s beginning:
Kevin Gameiro pulled one back for Valencia, jumping on a mix-up by Jose Palomino and adjusting goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen to make it 1-1.
However Diakhaby allowed away a second punishment not long before half-time for handball, permitting Ilicic to score again from the spot and reestablish the guests’ lead.
The objectives kept on streaming in an engaging second half. Gameiro fueled home a cross from Ferran Torres five minutes after the restart for his second of the night.
Torres scored Valencia’s third with a perfect chip over goalkeeper Marco Sportiello to put the hosts ahead just because.
The noteworthy Ilicic then finished his cap stunt, cutting into the region and rifling a low shot past Cillessen after a brisk break:
The 32-year-old impacted the world forever by finding the top corner to make it 4-3 for Atalanta and turning into the main player to score four away from home in a Champions League knockout tie.