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2012-2013 Champions Leagues: Porto and Bayern take advantage ahead of the return

The Malaga was presented in Oporto in these knockout stages of the Champions League 2012-2013 and it was with one of the worst versions. The Manuel Pellegrini played a pretty bad game, surpassed in all respects by the Portuguese, so the result of 1-0 does not seem so bad after watching the match, after seeing that Malaga has not even tested the reflexes of Helton.

Porto had all game long possession, and that was due in part to his physical superiority. The Portuguese team players were much more intense and, when they lost the ball, pushed too fast to retrieve the ball. Luckily, Benfica was not very lucky in front of goal and the goal only drilled once, despite throwing no less than 17 shots on goal.

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Porto’s goal came in the 56th minute and scored what Joao Moutinho. The Portuguese midfielder finished off a pass with enough quality of Jackson Rodriguez, but left slightly offside, in a move quite tricky to pinpoint. The goal woke not far from Malaga and Pellegrini made decisive changes, aware that the best for his team was to keep open the tie. Read more »

Champions League 2012-2013: continue the round with Porto and Milan to Malaga FC Barcelona

Champions League 2012-2013

The Champions League returns to role this week as they play the second round of matches in the knockout round. After the defeat of Valencia and Real Madrid tie, is the turn of Malaga and FC Barcelona, the two Spanish teams that managed to be seeded and will face Porto and Milan, respectively.

Having led their groups during the first phase makes this first game is away from home. The first play will be visiting Malaga Porto on Tuesday in a game that will start at the usual time of 20:45 and will be broadcast on La1. On Wednesday, at the same time, it is the turn of the boat that travels to Milan, a clash that can be followed through Canal + Liga Champions.

Champions League 2012-2013

Malaga signed an impeccable group stage and now has to face to face with an opponent that is not easy. Porto leads the league in Portugal with Benfica and is in a good shape because he has not lost at all so far this year, taking stock of 7 wins and 2 draws. The Colombian James Rodriguez and Jackson Martinez are the two main dangers of the Portuguese team that usually has a good eye at the time of signing strikers to replace those that sell to large teams. Read more »


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