Benfica 5 – Club Brugge 1.

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Benfica secured a place in the last eight with a 5-1 win over Club Brugge in the last 16 second leg on Tuesday in Football Uefa Champions League.

Benfica (Portugal) 5 – Club Brugge (Belgium) 1

Stadium: Estadio du Sport e Benfica, Lisbon  

In the first game, Benfica won 2-0, giving them a fair advantage in this game. With Joao Mario, Rafa Silva and Gonzalo Ramos coordinating in the attacking line. Club Brugge still has Simon Mignolet in charge of the post. 

Picture of the game in the first half hour. Benfica finds more chances to win the goal. But still unable to take the lead first by sending the ball into the net early in the game from Joao Mario. But was forfeited back UFABET 

Benfica’s first goal was scored in the 38th minute from a counter-attack where Gonzalo Ramos went up to the left. Before dropping the ball for Rafa Silva to take the ball into the penalty area before turning a shot with the right.

During the injury time.

Benfica took the lead to 2-0, Joao Mario flowed the ball into the penalty area for Gonzalo Ramos to turn from the left in. And tap away from the blocker before shooting with the right. 

The second half, in the 57th minute, Benfica came to a 3-0 lead from an accurate ball connection before Alex Grimaldo opened and stuffed Gonzalo Ramos with a 12-yard left flick. 

The score moved to 4-0 in the 71st minute from the penalty spot where Lubade Abacar Silla fouled Gilberto. Before Joao Mario took charge of the shot with a soft ball go in calmly. 

Six minutes later, Benfica led 5-0, Joao Neves passed the ball for David Neres to catch with the left before shooting in the penalty area into the far post accurately. 

Three minutes before the end of the game. The visiting team had a consolation goal from Bjorn Meyer’s superior left-hand shot in the penalty area. Who set his foot and pumped the ball into the triangle. 

The rest of the time, there were no more goals. At the end of the game, Benfica thrashed Club Brugge 5-1, resulting in a 7-1 victory on aggregate. Advancing to the quarterfinals as expected.