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Madrid, Barcelona and CSKA strech final eight

  • February 22, 2017

Monaco 3-4 Real Madrid (Cardona 24pen, Mbae 33, Bongiovanni 90+4; Peeters 57 90, Sergio Díaz 67pen, Dani Gómez 71)
The hosts went dual in front by Ivan Cardona’s mark flog and Safwan Mbae’s close-range finish, though Mink Peeters halved Madrid’s balance only before a hour. Sergio Díaz drew a visitors level, afterwards Dani Gómez fast finished a turnaround. Peeters subsequently combined his second and Madrid’s fourth notwithstanding Franchu’s dismissal, with Adrien Bongiovanni’s late riposte a small consolation.

Barcelona 4-1 Borussia Dortmund (Carles Pérez 41, Ruiz 51, Seungwoo Lee 62, Mboula 68; Wanner 6)
Barcelona enjoyed a comparatively trouble-free dusk once they had recovered from a startle of Dominik Wanner’s early opener, eventually cantering to victory.

CSKA Moskva 2-1 Rosenborg (Zhamaletdinov 29, Pukhov 89pen; Vinje 36pen)
Timur Pukhov’s late chastisement was wilful in securing CSKA a quarter-final date with Benfica. The midfielder converted after Rosenborg screw Julian Faye Lund fouled substitute Dmitrii Merenchukov. Earlier, Timur Zhamaletdinov’s idea was his 13th in a UEFA Youth League, putting him corner second on a all-time list.

©Alex Marín/Club Atlético de Madrid

Atlético went by on Tuesday

Quarter-final ties (7/8 March)
Real Madrid (ESP) v Ajax (NED)
CSKA Moskva (RUS) v Benfica (POR)
Barcelona (ESP) v Porto (POR)
Salzburg (AUT) v Atlético Madrid (ESP)

NYON FINALS: COLOVRAY STADIUM
Semi-finals (21 April)
1. Real Madrid/Ajax v CSKA Moskva/Benfica
2. Barcelona/Porto v Salzburg/Atlético Madrid

Final (24 April)
Winner of semi-final 1 v Winner of semi-final 2

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Article source: http://www.uefa.com/uefayouthleague/news/newsid=2442934.html?rss=2442934+Madrid,+Barcelona+and+CSKA+reach+last+eight

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