• "Rostov" has lost "Atletiko" in the Champions League away match

  • "Rostov" has lost Madrid "Atletico" in the match of the fourth round of the group stage of the Champions League. About it the correspondent "Tapes.ru".

    The meeting was held on Tuesday, November 1, at the stadium "Vicente calderón" in Madrid and ended with a victory of owners with the score 2:1. In the 28th minute Antoine Griezmann brought Atletico forward. Two minutes later Serdar Azmun restored equality. In the 93rd minute, Griezmann scored twice and brought the "plans" of winning.

    Rostov with 1 point left on 4th place in group D. They lead the table with 12 points. In a parallel meeting, which will take place on 2 November, the Munich "Bavaria" will play with PSV (Eindhoven).

    2 Nov CSKA Moscow in the group stage of the Champions League on the road will meet with Monaco. The match will begin at 22:45 Moscow time.

    http://lenta.ru

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