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UEFA Champions League – quarterfinals
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Latest today football fixtures quarterfinals of the Champions League – Champions League 2019/2020

Schedule of the next rounds (after Covid-19 epidemic)

– Round of round 1/8: 8 to 9/8. Take place on the home team field in the return leg.

– Quarterfinals: From the quarterfinals without kicking the first leg, returning, only one match, starting the fight in Lisbon (Portugal) from August 13 to 16.

– Semi-final: Take place on August 19, 20 in Lisbon.

– Finals: August 24 at Estadio Stadium do Sport Lisboa e Benfica, Lisbon (Portugal).

TimeMatchMatch code
UEFA Champions League 2019/2020 – quarter-finals
Thursday , August 13, 20
2:00 PMAtalanta1-2PSGfirst
Friday , August 14, 20
2:00 PMRB Leipzig2-1Atletico Madrid2
Saturday , August 15, 20
2:00 PMBarcelonaBayern Munich3
Sunday, August 16, 20
2:00 PMManchester CityOlympique Lyonnais4
UEFA Champions League 2019/2020 – semi-finals
Wednesday , August 19, 20
2:00 PMPSGRB Leipzigfirst
Thursday , August 20, 20
2:00 PMWin quarter-finals 3Win quarter-finals 42
UEFA Champions League 2019/2020 – Final
Monday , August 24, 20
2:00 PMWin semi-finals 1Win semi-finals 2Final

August 14

  • Results of the Dutch National Championship:

23:45 Ajax 5-1 FC Utrecht

  • Results of the Qatar National Championship:

20:00 Al-Sailiya 1-0 Al-Arabi

23:30 Al-Ahli 0-1 Al-Wakra

23:30 Qatar SC 0-1 Al-Sadd

  • Champions League results – Cup:

02:00 Leipzig 2-1 Atletico Madrid

Before the great battle in the quarterfinals, Atletico Madrid was more appreciated than Leipzig with a team of many stars, coaches and experienced football in the Champions League. However, Leipzig showed how unpredictable they were, despite losing key striker Timo Werner. The representative of Germany caused many difficulties for Atletico Madrid with a defensive play against the forte.

Leipzig was the team that opened the score at the beginning of the second half. 51 minutes, from Sabitzer’s right-wing pass, Olmo headed dangerously into the far corner, beating goalkeeper Oblak. After the defeat, coach Diego Simeone launched Felix to replace Herrera. This personnel change has come into play. In the 71st minute, Felix entered the Atletico penalty area, forcing the opponent to make a foul. On the penalty spot, Felix scored a 1-1 equalizer for Atletico.

The joys of RB Leipzig and the sadness of Atletico Madrid

The idea of ​​the match could not be determined to win or lose during the official match, only in the 88th minute, Tyler Adams ended the power outside the 16m50 round, the ball touched Savic’s foot changed direction, tore Atletico, raising the score to 2- +1 for Leipzig. The time left is too little for Atletico to make a difference.

In the end, Leipzig won Atletico Madrid 2-1 to win a ticket to the Champions League semi-final for the first time in history. In this round, Leipzig will face PSG, the team that went upstream to defeat Atalanta in the previous match.

The remaining semi-finals will be determined after two pairs of matches between Barc- Bayern Munich and Man City- Lyon. As scheduled, the semi-finals of the Champions League take place on August 19 and 20. Meanwhile, the final took place on August 24, also in Lisbon (Portugal).


Leipzig: Gulacsi, Angelino, Upamecano, Sabitzer (Mukiele 90 ‘+ 2), Poulsen, Klostermann, Nkunku (Schick 83’), Halsternberg, Olmo (Haidara 83 ‘), Laimer (Adams 72’), Kampl.

Atletico Madrid: Oblak, Trippier, Savic, Gimenez, Lodi, Koke (Felipe 90 ‘), Herrera (Felix 58’), Niguez, Carrasco, Llorente, Costa (Morata 72 ‘).


Dani Olmo 50′, Tyler Adams 88′; Joao Felix 71′ (penalty)