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Real Madrid Ease Past Liverpool 3-1 In UEFA Champions League Last Eight

Published Tue Apr 06 2021 By Bran
Real Madrid Ease Past Liverpool 3-1 In UEFA Champions League Last Eight

Real Madrid beat Liverpool 3-1 in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals first leg, thanks to a brace from Vinicius Jr.

In what was expected to be an evenly-matched contest between Real Madrid and Liverpool, the Spanish giants found an easy route to get into a favorable position to reach the semi-finals ahead of the second leg by beating the English side 3-1.

It was a highly-anticipated clash in Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium where the home side Real Madrid was going against English Champions Liverpool, giving off a 2018 Champions League vibe. 

Vinicius Jr celebrating his goal against Liverpool.

Vinicius Junior scored two goals against Liverpool in the Champions League quarterfinals.
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Despite all the expectations, Liverpool looked shambolic at the back with a poor defensive and midfield display. Midfield maestro Toni Kroos made a slick long ball to Vinicius Jr, who scored first in the night to give the Spanish side the integral first goal.

The second goal followed shortly after as the Reds' right back Trent Alexander-Arnold made a big error gifting a free header to Marco Asensio in the 36th minute to slot a beautiful goal past Allison. 

Marco Asensio scored the second goal.

Real Madrid beat Liverpool 3-1 in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League Quarter-Finals.
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Liverpool had zero shot on target, which might have led to a harsh pep-talk from Jurgen Klopp in the dressing room. The Kops made the first-half change with Thiago coming for Keita. They did show some intent in the second half creating several chances, out of which Mohamed Salah scored in the 51st minute.

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Just when Liverpool started to gain some momentum with a much-needed away goal, Real Madrid caught them loose at the back again as Vinicius Jr scored his second goal of the night from an assist from Modric

Vinicius Jr scoring the first goal.

Real Madrid will travel to Anfield next week for the second leg.
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This result definitely makes Real Madrid the favorites before heading to Anfield in the second leg. 

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On the other match this evening, it was a draw between Manchester City beat Borrusia Dortmund 1-1 thanks to goals from Kevin De Bryune and Phil Foden.

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