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Messi missed Barsa wins Inter Milan Party UCL 'Youngest Goal'

2019-12-11T00:40:12.309Z

Barcelona beat home team Inter Milan 2-1 with the final goal of the Ordination Party in Group F final match in San Siro, Milan, Italy. Barcelona, ​​who had already secured the first place in the group, finished the group stage with four wins, two undefeated, and 14 points.



▲ Barcelona's ordination party is the youngest in the Champions League


In the European Champions League, Barcelona defeated Inter Milan's round of 16 with a 17-year-old prospect prospect “the youngest goal” in the midst of a missed mesh.

Barcelona beat home team Inter Milan 2-1 with the final goal of the Ordination Party in Group F final match in San Siro, Milan, Italy.

Barcelona, ​​who had already secured the first place in the group, finished the group stage with four wins, two undefeated, and 14 points.

Inter Milan, who must win in the 16th round, was eliminated by staying 3rd with 2 wins, 1 draw and 3 defeats and 7 points.

Barcelona rested their lead players, including Lionel Messi, and made a selection of candidates, but scored the first goal in the first 23 minutes.

Interlaced defender Diego Godin's left footed shot by Carlos Perez left the net and swung the net.

Inter Milan, who is on the brink of dropping out, scored a goal in 44 minutes to save the hope.

Romelu Lukaku puts a left-footed shot from the edge of the goal area into the corner of Barcelona.

Inter Milan struck a hard goal in the second half but was knocked down in a party.

The party fired a medium-range shot from the right side of the penalty arc after a 41-minute exchange with a colleague in the second half, but the ball was exactly in the bottom left corner of the goalkeeper's goal.

The 17-year-old party broke the Champions League's youngest goal in 22 years.

The previous record was 195 days, 17 years old, in 1997, Peter O'Fori-Quaye, a member of Olympiacos.

In the same group, Borussia Dortmund beat Slavia Prague two-to-one at home, beating the Inter Milan and finishing second in Group 16.

In the first half of the 10th minute, Jayd Sancho took the lead and scored an equalizer for Tomasz Soun after 43 minutes, but Julian Brandt scored the final goal in the 16th minute.

In Group G, Leipzig and Lyon advanced to the round of 16 in a 2-2 draw.

Leipzig finished the group league with 11 wins and 3 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss. Lyon scored 8 wins with 2 wins, 2 draws and 2 losses, beating Benfica and Zenit.

(Photo = Getty Images Korea)

Source: sbskr

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