UEFA has officially revealed their team of the week after the first leg of the Champions League round of 16 clashes was concluded. Bayern Munich was able to beat Paris Saint Germain in France, AC Milan narrowly grabbed a 1-0 win against Tottenham Hotspur, while Chelsea lost 1-0 against Dortmund.
Liverpool facing Real Madrid was the most interesting and eye-catching game of the week, with the Los Blancos running riot at the Anfield Stadium. Despite Darwin Nunez and Mohamed Salah's beautiful goals which put Liverpool in the driving chair, Karim Benzema and Vinicius Jr stole the moment and hurt the Red in front of their fans.
Napoli also boosted their quarterfinals of the competition after beating Frankfurt 2-0 in Germany. Thanks to goals from Victor Osimhen and Di Lorenzo. Manchester City had to learn their lesson the hard way after settling for a draw in Germany against Leipzig. The Citizens opened the scoring just before the halftime whistle, but Croatian center-back Josko Gvardiol equalized in the 70th minute to hand his team a chance in the Etihad Stadium.
Inter Milan grabbed a late winner against Portuguese side Porto, with Romelu Lukaku scoring a late winner. UEFA has taken no time to release the round of 16 first-leg teams of the week on their official site after the games.
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