PSG have joined Bayern and Juventus in the first knockout round.
Paris Saint-Germain joined Bayern and Juventus in the Champions League round of 16 on Wednesday with a 1-0 win at Club Brugge, while Manchester City and Atletico Madrid failed to win.
In the matchday four of Group A, Argentina's Mauro Icardi's 22nd-minute effort was enough to knock the Belgians down, although at 76 Mbaye Diagne missed a eleven-foot kick that did not stop the team. French team to follow in the footsteps of Germans and Italians, who sweated to beat Pedro Martins's Olympiacos (2-0 at home), and Lokomotiv Moscow (2-1 away), respectively.
In the same group, and almost close, is Real Madrid, who had no problem beating 6-0, with 3-0 in less than 15 minutes, the Galatasaray Turks at the Bernabéu thanks to Brazilian Rodrygo's hat-trick (four, seven and 90 + 3 minutes), Frenchman Karim Benzema's bis (45 and 81) and Sergio Ramos's penalty (14).
Thus, the French capital team scored the fourth victory, which translates into the group's isolated lead with 12 points, five more than the Spanish Real Madrid, followed by Club Brugge (two) and Galatasaray (one).
From the same group of Cristiano Ronaldo's Juventus, the Colchoneros, without injured João Félix, had to triumph at Bayer Leverkusen but were defeated 2-1 against a first-time winners. Thomas's own goal (41) and a goal by Kevin Volland (55). In compensation time (90 + 4), Alvaro Morata reduced.
With 10 points, "Vecchia Signora" remains in the lead, Atletico Madrid are second with seven, ahead of Lokomotiv Moscow and Bayer Leverkusen, both with three.
In Italy, at Atalanta's Giuseppe Meazza Stadium, Manchester City's Englishmen, who had Portuguese internationals Bernardo Silva and João Cancelo in the start, also missed the chance to confirm their qualification, drawing 1-1 in a Group match. C atypical for citizens.
Striker Raheem Sterling even gave Pep Guardiola's side a seven-minute lead that could have been dilated had it not been for the carelessness of Brazilian Gabriel Jesus to take a penalty out at 43.
After 49 minutes, Mario Pasalic equalized after Ederson's injured Claudio Bravo took the lead on the return of the dressing room. The Chilean was sent off at 81 for taking down Ilicic, with right-back Kyle Walker coming in for goal and conceding no goal.
For their part, Shakhtar Donetsk, coached by the Portuguese Luís Castro, got a 3-3 draw in Croatia against Dinamo Zagreb, with goals in discounts for Júnior Moraes (90 + 3) and Teté (90 + 8), the penalty penalty on goalkeeper Pyatov, who had climbed into the opposite area.
Alan Patrick (13 minutes) opened the scoring for the Ukrainians, but Petkovic (25), Ivanusec (83) and Ademi (89) sealed the turnaround before Luís Castro's team's final reaction, already in a '10 to 10 '- expulsions from Moro in the Croats on 74 minutes and Marlos in the outsiders on 79.
In the standings, Manchester City remain alone in first place with 10 points, while Shakhtar and Dynamo Zagreb share second place, both with five. Atalanta scored for the first time in their Champions League debut.
In a good position to move on, but with little chance of displacing Bayern Munich (12 points) in Group B, are also Tottenham England, who now number seven in second place after the 4-7 defeat. 0) before the Red Star Serbs, third with three, built by Lo Celso (34), an encore by Son Heung-Min (57 and 61) and completed by Cristian Eriksen (85). Olympiacos is last with just one.
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