Champions League: Ronaldo doubles at Barcelona Champions League

Two Cristiano Ronaldo fined Juventus A stunning 3-0 lead Barcelona This was their first favorite Champions League Group G. Striker Lionel Messi won the camp against Camp Nou, and Joe crossed the home side.

Weston McKenzie also scored early Juventus Won by three goals needed to push the opponents to the top. Messi drew a blank, which means he is two short of Pele’s goal record for a club, and is stuck at 641.

Juventus scored first after 13 minutes when Ronaldo scored a controversial spot-kick. Forward stuck with Ronald Arazo, the pair stumbled in the area, and despite Parsia’s anger, the referee awarded a penalty. Ronaldo scored his first goal against a team with Messi in a Champions League match and knocked it out of the middle.

Spectators doubled their lead seven minutes later when McKennie fell to Juan Quadrato’s cross from six yards out after Aaron Ramsey’s brisk run.

A minute later Messi was denied by Gianluigi Buffon, who fired twice towards the goalkeeper just before the break, as Barசa tried to find a way back. But Ronaldo scored six minutes again in the second period to score another penalty. The referee had to check his monitor during the VAR review after Clement Lenglet handled the area before delivering the spot-kick, Ronaldo sent Marc-Andre der Stegen the wrong way.

Antoine Griezmann’s header hit the bar five minutes later, and Buffon continued to frustrate Messi before Greissman advanced widely into the distance. Spectators thought they had fourth place with 15 minutes left, but Leonardo Bonucci’s attempt was turned offside after Ronaldo was compiled in Knockdown.

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In the Champions League group stage, Barcelona went unbeaten in 25 games – a series heading into 2016 – and Buffon stopped Messi’s late consolation.

Elsewhere in the group, Dynamo Kiev Ft Ferranquaros 1-0 thanks to third-placed Denis Bobo’s goal.

In Group E, including Chelsea, Jules Count doubled Joseph N-Nesri Sevilla Won 3-1 Renz.

In Group F, Lazio Qualified for the last 16 for the first time since 1999 after drawing 2-2 Club Bruce. To root out Lazio’s advantage, Siro Immobile only gave the lead to Joaquin’s home side before Root Warmer equalized for the penalty. Edward Sopol was sent to the visiting side in the first half, but the late header of Hans Vancagen got them a point. Brooke, who finished third two points behind Lazio, will enter the Europa League.

The team winners were Lucas Bissek and Axel Witzel in the second half Borussia Dortmund Won 1-0 2-1 Janet St. Petersburg After Sebastian Trussy gave the lead to the home page.

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