In case you missed it… The Champions League has produced some unpredictable results and occurrences thus far. Barcelona’s Messi could not do any justice against Juventus, who scored a comfortable 3-0 win.
Dortmund’s match against Monaco was postponed because of the explosive attack, injuring one of the Dortmund players. They resumed to play their match against Monaco last night, and were questioned if their 2-3 defeat was due to being mentally unprepared. Ronaldo not only brought Real Madrid to victory against Bayern Munich with a 2-0 score, but also made history as the first person to score 100 goals in the European competition.
Shakespeare, Leicester City’s coach was highly unsatisfied about the penalty awarded to Atletico Madrid last night. He termed the decision made by referee Jonas Eriksson as “disappointing” says sport24. This gave Atletico the upper hand to score, with the final result 1-0.
According to sport24 “Shakespeare said that the onus is now on Leicester to be more attacking in next week’s second leg.”
Shakespeare went on to say “I have seen enough throughout the squad. We know what we are about at the King Power and know what we need to do. But we have to create more chances and attack more than we did tonight.”
“We still have a challenge ahead against a very good team, but we are aware of what we need to do for the second-leg. We know it is a going to be a very difficult return match, but we have very good record at the King Power” he mentioned.
Despite Shakespeare feeling wronged by the penalty decision, he seems very optimistic and determined about how Leicester will continue to perform in the second leg of the League.