This week, most Premier League clubs travelled to face their opponents, with the exception of Manchester United and Tottenham, which hosted Sheriff Tiraspol and Sporting Lisbon, respectively.
Some of the premier league clubs in the continuation of their campaign had disappointing performances.
But despite the disappointing performances, this week’s matches cannot really be a match decider for Tottenham, Arsenal, and Manchester United.
Tottenham Vs Sporting Lisbon: Tottenham had a disappointing 1-1 draw at home and Antonio Conte couldn’t hold back his rage as Harry Kane’s 95th-minute winner was ruled offside by the referee after a lengthy VAR check. The Italian led the protests from his technical area, but referees decided his actions went too far and he was given a red card.
Borussia Dortmund Vs Manchester City: Despite Riyad Mahrez’s missed penalty effort, Manchester City drew 0-0 at Borussia Dortmund to take first place in their Champions League group.
RB Salzburg Vs Chelsea: Two superb goals from Mateo Kovacic and Kai Havertz ended Red Bull Salzburg’s 40-game home winning streak, and the Blues joined Premier League rivals Manchester City in the knockout stage.
Ajax vs Liverpool: Liverpool steamed over Ajax by defeating the Dutch team at the Johan Cruyff Arena to book their last-16 ticket.
With one game left, Jurgen Klopp’s squad won 3 nil in Amsterdam and moved to the next round of the Champions League despite being outmatched in the first 30 minutes.
Manchester United vs Sheriff Tiraspol: Cristiano Ronaldo scored late against Sheriff Tiraspol in the UEFA Europa League to make it 3 nil for the Red Devils and signal his return to Erik Ten Hag’s starting XI after being axed from the team.
PSV Vs Arsenal: PSV Eindhoven overcame Arsenal at the Philips stadium in the Europa League’s reverse tie, making Group A more intriguing with the Dutch team trailing the Gunners by two points and the Gunners anticipating a game against Zurich that must be won to avoid a playoff with the Champions League dropout.