Spurs were unable to get the goals they needed from AC Milan as they drew 0-0 at home. For which Christian Romero was shown a red card. Including the two games Milan won 1-0 sending the Serie A giants through to the quarterfinals.
Football Uefa Champions League
Spurs (England) 0
AC Milan (Italy) 0
(Combining the results of the two games, AC Milan won 1-0)
Stadium: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
The game started in the 12th minute, the home team almost had a chance to take the lead from a fast back garden. Ken flowing the ball out to the left for Kulusevsky to raise a pendant into the penalty area. Before deducting for Emerson Royal to run and hit the ball into the block. Tomori before Mike Meignon can catch up UFABET
In the 18th minute, the Red and Black Devils left a chance to take the lead as well. The ball continued from the Tonali free kick. Flowing out to the right for Junior Messius to fall into the box and hit the ball off the far post.
After half an hour. Milan reacted somehow, Junior Messias received the ball before dragging it into the middle. And smashing it out of the box. Causing until now, both teams have not shot on target.
35 minutes, the first chance to shine in the frame belongs to the locals. Emerson Royal pays back for Harry Kane to hit the first post. But still not out of Mike Meyon, who has a quick reaction uses his feet to save it.
At the end of the first half.
Still unable to do anything, always without a score 0-0
The second half, in the 51st minute. Milan almost took the lead after Braim Diaz brought the ball up and gave it to Junior Messias. Before paying it back for Diaz to hit the first stroke into the block. Before going back and forth again, pressing with the right. But still attached to the leg of Fraser Forster, who saved the Spurs.
The 64th minute, Pierre-Emil Hoybeer almost broke the goal for the home team to take the lead after collecting the ball in front of the frame before dragging it into a narrow corner, but did not pass Mike Meyon’s hand, who stood to close the corner, brushed the ball off the crossbar.
In the 78th minute, Spurs were reduced to 10 men after Christian Romero fouled Theo Hernandez, leading to a second yellow card and a red card.
In the 90+4 minute stoppage time, Spurs almost scored when Harry Kane headed in a corner, but Mignan made an incredible save, Milan immediately brought the ball back up until Divock Origi scored. Passed Forster’s hands, but hit the pole.
The game ended in a 0-0 draw, with AC Milan winning 1-0 on aggregate, advancing to the Serie A quarterfinals.