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UEFA Champions League

Inter 0-2 Real Madrid: Rodrygo & Hazard score as Zidane's men seal UCL victory.

Entomb MILAN are as yet sitting tight for their first Champions League win of the period after thrashing to Real Madrid. Rodrygo and Hazard on track as Zidane's men seal Champions League triumph 

Match Reports 

The gathering was amazingly close going in, as the Nerazzurri had only two focuses, Real Madrid and Shakhtar Donetsk four, yet Borussia Monchengladbach beat the Ukrainians 4-0 out of a previous commencement to arrive at eight focuses. There was brief's quiet before kick-off after the demise of Napoli and Argentina legend Diego Maradona. 

Marcelo Brozovic and Aleksandar Kolarov were still out with COVID, yet Madrid made the excursion to San Siro without Karim Benzema, Sergio Ramos, Federico Valverde, Eder Militao, Luka Jovic and Alvaro Odriozola. They moved strategies to 4-2-3-1 with Lucas Vazquez, Martin Odegaard and Eden Hazard supporting Mariano Diaz. 

It was an awful beginning for Inter, as Nicolò Barella ran into the rear of Nacho and cut his heels for an avoidable and gullible punishment. Eden Hazard changed over with power, regardless of Samir Handanovic speculating the correct side. 

Lucas Vazquez nearly made it 2-0 before long, his unexpected preview skipping off the base of the upstanding with Handanovic not even close to it. 

Arturo Vidal parted with the ball economically and was fortunate Real Madrid neglected to take advantage of it, however Romelu Lukaku terminated a free kick over from the edge of the territory. 

Danger stung Handanovic's gloves at the close to post, yet things went from terrible to more regrettable when Vidal went down in the crate under tension from two Real Madrid players. Not exclusively did the arbitrator not view it again on VAR, he booked Vidal for contradict, quickly followed by another card to diminish Inter to 10 men. 

The Nerazzurri battled to keep their heads and Luka Modric scraped his completion simply wide. Antonio Conte rolled out a twofold improvement for the restart, presenting Ivan Perisic and Danilo D'Ambrosio for Lautaro Martinez and Alessandro Bastoni for a 4-4-1 development. 

Entomb had more solid punishment bids, this time when Roberto Gagliardini had all the earmarks of being wrestled to the ground, however VAR chose not to mediate. 

Romelu Lukaku gestured down a corner for Stefan de Vrij, some frantic protecting forestalling the tap-in from six yards. 

In any case, Real Madrid multiplied their lead rather against the run of play, when a Lucas Vazquez cross discovered substitute Rodrygo generally plain to fire in at the far post. 

Perisic attempted to get a reassurance late on, his calculated drive compelling Thibaut Courtois to move down rapidly and palm it away with one hand.

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