Liverpool qualified for the Champions League final, after achieving a difficult victory over Ajax and defeating them with a clean goal in the fifth and penultimate round of group stage matches.
Liverpool decided their match against Ajax with one goal scored by Curtis Jones (58), after a fatal mistake by Nigerian Ajax goalkeeper Onana.
Liverpool raised its score to 12 points at the top of Group D, while Ajax stuck at seven points and dropped to third place.
Atlanta raised its score to eight points in second place after escaping defeat at home by Metjeland of Denmark and drawing 1-1 with him in the other match in the same group.
The second qualifying card will be decided from the group after the last sixth round, which sees Ajax’s meeting with Atlanta and Liverpool with Mitiland, who finished last with one points, who had already been out of the competition to qualify.
In the first group, Bayern Munich postponed their host Atletico Madrid to the final price, after imposing a 1-1 draw.
Portuguese Joao Felix led a goal for Atletico (26), but Thomas Muller equalized for Bayern four minutes before the end through a penalty kick.
The Austrian Red Bull Salzburg won their first victory in the group stage, defeating their host Lokomotiv Moscow, Russia 3-1.
The defending champion, the Bavarian team, leads the group with 13 points after earlier securing its qualification for the knockout rounds. Atletico are second with 6 points and Salzburg are third with 4 points, one point ahead of bottom-line Lokomotiv.
In the third group, Porto accompanied Manchester City to the final price of the continental competition, after a goalless draw.
In the other match in the same group, French Marseille defeated Olympiacos, Greece, 2-1.
Manchester tops the group standings with 13 points from 4 wins and one draw, having previously secured the ascension to the final price.
As for Porto, they booked their place in the next round by finishing second in Group C with 10 points, and Olympiacos finished third with 3 points, on goal difference only from bottom-ranked Marseille.
In Group E, Inter Milan raised their hopes of qualifying for the final price after their impressive 3-2 victory over Borussia Moenchengladbach.
In the other match in the group, the Ukrainian team, Shakhtar Donetsk, blew a big surprise and beat their guest Real Madrid with two unanswered goals.
At the Borussia Park Stadium, Matteo Darmian led a goal to Inter Milan (17), then Al Hassan responded with a goal to Gladbach in the last seconds of the first half.
In the second half, Inter Milan scored two goals without the Belgian sniper Romelu Lukaku (64 and 73), then Hassan Bellia scored the second goal for him and Gladbach (76).
Inter Milan raised its score to five points in the last fourth place and Gladbach remained at the top with 8 points.
At the “Donbas Arena”, the Ukrainian team scored goals, Bruno Dentino (57) and Manor Solomon (82).
The victory raised Shakhtar’s balance to 7 points, to advance to second place on goal difference from the Royal Club.