The Exciting Updates On Benfica Is In The Quarterfinals !


Benfica is now in the quarterfinals, causing Ajax to a sigh of despair. The Dutch were more dominant in the game, mastering more and making more, but not doing as well. The Portuguese were able to defend throughout the game , and were excited when they linked several plays using sets pieces. This was the method used to get the goal.

Verissimo has no idea what happened to get them to the end of the game after a draw that was scoreless. Ajax controlled the game for the first half , and the final 15 minutes saw them hammer Vlachodimos’ goal. Vlachodimos Goal. There was no way enough to overcome the Greek. The left wings were a shortcut for Tadic, Gravenberch and Blind however, when it was in the final position the wing was neither precise nor exact. Haller who was the second-highest scorer in the contest did not notice it.

It happened during the first leg, and also on the final game day Ajax fell apart in the middle of the game. The frustration of not launching scoring after dominating in such a way, slowed the team’s spirits. who, with Meite as an anchor, and who came in through Taarabt, did not make holes as easily through Gilberto’s team.

The Johan Cruijff Arena began to get irritable and eventually acknowledged that it had a reason for this. At the end of the game, in the 77thminute Darwin Nunez, practically unheard of before was able to take advantage of the inch that Timber did not have to be an intimidating central defender , and Onana’s blunder to score the sole goal Benfica did not have.

Sad farewell to Ten Hag Ten Hag, who everyone sees leaving Amsterdam in July in the Champions League. In the last edition, the player said that this one was already a huge success but the city streets of Amsterdam are not convinced. This is also the final European match played by Ajax to Onana, Mazraoui and possibly other players like Gravenberch as well as Antony. On the other hand, Verissimo is all happy after entering the first game with his posture in order.


Souahilo Meite (45′, Taarabt), Yaremchuk (71′, Everton), Diogo Goncalves (80′, Darwin Nunez), Klaassen (80′, Berghuis), Brian Brobbey (80′, Edson Alvarez), Paulo Bernardo (90′, Goncalo Ramos), Lazaro (90′, Gilberto Junior), Holy Mohammed (95′, Jurrien Maduro)


1-76″: Darwin Nunez


Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande
VAR Referee: Alejandro Jose Hernandez Hernandez
Goncalo Ramos (66′, Yellow) Jurrien Mature (82′, Yellow) Daley Blind (93′, Yellow) Ryan Gravenberch (93′, Yellow


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