Champions League: Ancelotti defeats Klopp

Champions League: Ancelotti defeats Klopp

Coach Jürgen Klopp has suffered the first defeat in the Champions League with Liverpool. The Reds were subject after the success of the opening against Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday evening at the coached by Carlo Ancelotti SSC Naples 0-1 (0-0). Lorenzo Insigne made the late decision in favor of the Italians in the 90th minute.

For this Klopp had to take away the injury of the ex-Leipziger Naby Keita, which threatens to fail at the Premier League summit against Manchester City on the weekend. PSG with coach Thomas Tuchel had previously won confidently in Group C 6: 1 (4-0) against Red Star Belgrade. Neymar met Paris three times.

Messi meets twice

FC Barcelona struggled in the second group match for the second victory. Spain's football champions Lionel Messi won 4-2 at Tottenham Hotspur in London's Wembley Stadium after a long struggle (2: 0). Philippe Coutinho (2nd), Ivan Rakitic (28th) and twice Lionel Messi (56th and 89th) met for the Catalans, Harry Kane (52nd) and Erik Lamela (66th) brought the Spurs back twice. It was not enough for more.

In the second match of Group B Inter Milan won 2-1 (1-1) against PSV Eindhoven again and made now with six points, as well as Barça already a big step towards the last sixteen.

FC Porto prevailed in Schalke's Group D 1-0 (0-0) against Galatasaray Istanbul. The Schalke celebrated their first victory of the season in the premier class at Lok 0-0 (0-0) before. Atlético Madrid defeated Borussia Dortmund's Group A with a point-less FC Brugge 3-1 (1-1). The BVB remains after the 3: 0 (0: 0) against the AS Monaco continue without point loss.

McKennie balances Schalke

The defensive player meets shortly before the end to 1: 0 at Lokomotiv Moscow. Neymar celebrates three goals against Red Star Belgrade.

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