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Champions League & Championship Results – City Storm Back to Snatch Victory – Atlético de Madrid Also Leave It Late – In the Championship Millwall Stun Derby

Champions League and English League Results

+ Championship League Table Update

By Marc Gingell

20 February 2019

Champions League

Atlético de Madrid 2 Juventus 0
José María Giménez de Vargas 78′
Diego Godín 83
Att. 67,193
FC Schalke 04 2 Manchester City 3
Nabil Bentaleb 38′ pen, 45′ pen Sergio Agüero 18′
Att. 54,417 Leroy Sané 85′
Raheem Sterling 90′
Nicolás Otamendi s/o 68′
Championship
Derby County 0 Millwall 1
Att. 24,907 Jed Wallace 72′

 

Champions League Summary – Night of Late Goals

At the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid, Atlético de Madrid would have been happy to have kept Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo at bay. They also have the comfort of a two-goal lead to take to Turin’s Allianz Stadium next month.

Pattaya One. Altetico Madrid shock Juventus.

Meanwhile, Manchester City, 2-1 down at half-time and down to ten men in 68 minutes, stormed back to win 3-2 away to Schalke O4. Substitute Leroy Sané equalised with a stunning 25 yard free kick on 85 minutes and Raheem Sterling followed that up with a 90th minute winner.

Pattaya One. City celebrate at the end of the game.

Championship Summary

Two sides, who experienced different kinds of FA Cup 5th round emotions, met at Derby County’s Pride Park Stadium and Millwall kept up their good feel factor. Whilst Derby were beaten 2-1 at Brighton Millwall just needed one goal to see off AFC Wimbledon.

The goal at Wimbledon came after five minutes Murray Wallace. Last night his namesake Jed scored the only goal of the game in the 72nd minute.

Blow For Derby Promotion Hopes

Derby are now back in 7th place and their hopes of an automatic return to the Premier League as a top two team are fading fast. They need to find some form to challenge for a play-off place. Three points were much needed for Millwall and their quest to beat relegation. But they are now five points in front of third from bottom Rotherham with a game in hand.

Sky Bet Championship League Table 21st February 2019

# Team P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Norwich City 33 18 9 6 65 42 23 63
2 Sheffield United 33 18 7 8 58 34 24 61
3 Leeds United 32 18 7 7 53 36 17 61
4 West Bromwich Albion 33 17 9 7 67 42 25 60
5 Middlesbrough 32 14 12 6 36 24 12 54
6 Bristol City 31 15 8 8 40 30 10 53
7 Derby County 32 14 9 9 43 37 6 51
8 Nottingham Forest 33 11 14 8 46 38 8 47
9 Birmingham City 32 11 13 8 49 40 9 46
10 Aston Villa 33 10 14 9 56 52 4 44
11 Preston North End 33 11 11 11 50 47 3 44
12 Hull City 32 12 8 12 45 42 3 44
13 Swansea City 32 12 8 12 42 39 3 44
14 Blackburn Rovers 33 11 10 12 43 50 -7 43
15 Sheffield Wednesday 32 10 11 11 36 47 -11 41
16 Brentford 31 10 10 11 50 43 7 40
17 Stoke City 33 9 13 11 34 41 -7 40
18 Queens Park Rangers 32 11 6 15 41 50 -9 39
19 Millwall 32 8 10 14 35 45 -10 34
20 Wigan Athletic 32 9 7 16 32 46 -14 34
21 Reading 33 6 11 16 34 49 -15 29
22 Rotherham United 33 5 14 14 33 53 -20 29
23 Bolton Wanderers 33 6 8 19 21 51 -30 26
24 Ipswich Town 33 3 11 19 25 56 -31 20