Group E’s matchday 6 results: AC Milan earned a spot in the Round of 16 of the UCL last night. Olivier Giroud’s explosive form allowed him to comfortably overcome RB Salzburg’s close forwards. Chelsea overcame Dinamo Zagreb to add the cherry on top of already being the group champion.
Group E’s matchday 6 results: AC Milan 4-0 RB Salzburg
The home squad dominated San Siro from the opening minute on. Regardless of talent, Salzurg was unable to compete with Milan’s cunning. The first warning was promptly sent as the Italians hastily took off. Theo Hernandez, a left back for France, struck the Austrian crossbar. The Salzburg defence eventually gave in when the warning went unheeded. A cross from Sandro Tonali was headed against the ropes by Nota bene Giroud, who is twelve years older than Wöber.
A win was necessary for the Austrians at that point in order to advance to the eighth finals, therefore all alarm bells had to go off. Therefore, two goals were required, but Milan did so within thirty minutes. Again, Giroud was involved.This time, though, the attacker’s party was cancelled because the Frenchman was offside.
All of Salzburg’s aspirations were swiftly put into the refrigerator in the second half. Rade Krunic doubled the scoring less than a minute after the break. Giroud put the Bosnian to work. The striker continued to have a good time because ten minutes later, he decided the game for himself. He successfully put a ball in the net near to him. The Wolverine was still not ready because Junior Messias was served by him during stoppage time. He capped off an impressive display by Italy’s current national champions. With that, Milan received its ticket, and Salzburg was informed that it could watch Milan in the Europa League following the World Cup.
Group E’s matchday 6 results: Chelsea 2-1 Dinamo Zagreb
On Wednesday night, Chelsea’s chances were slim. Against Dinamo Zagreb, the leader was given special permission to amuse the fans at Stamford Bridge. The Blues rallied under the leadership of newly recruited manager Graham Potter after a lacklustre start to their Champions League campaign, and the success tale had to come to a close with a victory. Hakim Ziyech, who once more started on the bench, was absent when that occurred.
The game got off to a spectacular start thanks to Bruno Petkovic, who put the Croats ahead early and quickly. Things were quickly organised. Raheem Sterling received a heel from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang along with a lot of good fortune. The Englishman made a perfect shot. Potter’s team quickly won the match in the end. After 30 minutes of play, Denis Zakaria, a Nota Bene debutant, won the goldcrest. Several Croatian limbs were severed by the Swiss. The group victory’s finest achievement became a reality as a result. Ziyech, a former Ajax player, was not permitted to enter the game in the second half.