Manchester City and Lyon Olympique entered the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals on Friday, beating Real Madrid and Juventus Turin. Content will continue after the ad Advertising Manchester City played 2: 1 (1: 1) with Real Madrid without spectators.In the sum of two games, “City” was superior with the result 4: 2.The home team scored the goal in the ninth minute, making it even more difficult for the royal club to play back after losing in the first fight on their field.The guests played on their side of the court, and in the penalty area Rafael Varani disarmed Gabriel Žesūss, passing the goal in front of Rahim Sterling, who easily scored the goal, achieving the result 1: 0.The Real equalized in the 28th minute when Karims Benzemā scored with a head to the right Rodrigu.However, the home side took the lead 68 minutes into the game, making the score 0 – 1 after some elegant movement down the middle. Once again, Varane made a mistake, playing the ball back to goalkeeper Tibo Kurtuā, catching the pass to Jesu.In the second match in Turin, “Juventus” played Lyon’s “Olympique” 2: 1 (1: 1) after losing in the first game.In the sum of two matches, a tie was recorded 2: 2, but at the expense of more goals scored by the visitors, the Lyon footballers were superior.Already in the 12th minute, the guests won a huge handicap, for the passing of Hussein Auar in the penalty area, an 11-meter penalty kick was convincingly realized by Memphis Depay. This meant that the homeowners already had to score three goals. Christian Ronaldo was tackled two goals. 43 minutes had been played and the home team was awarded a penalty. He scored a second goal 17 minutes later with a long shot, after which the ball flew into the goal, hitting the goal post.In the last 15 minutes of the match, in an effort to cool the home attacks, the Lions earned four yellow cards, but also in the six minutes of the compensation time, kept their goal unoccupied.In the quarterfinals, the two Friday winners will meet.The quarter-finals will take place in Lisbon from 12 to 15 August. Semi-finals are also planned for August 18 and 19, and a final is planned for August 23.Last year, in the final of the UEFA Champions League in a duel between two English clubs in Madrid, Liverpool defeated Tothenburg’s Hotspur 2-0.
Harvard man has TD called back for obscene gesture (h/t @darrenelwood) pic.twitter.com/CpNiRLD5h4— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) November 17, 2018MORE: College football scores, hightlights from Week 12 Harvard had a touchdown called back in its game against Yale Saturday, but not for the reason you might think.Leading 28-27 early in the fourth quarter, the Crimson handed it off to running back Devin Darrington, who scored a 27-yard touchdown to help extend the lead. Here’s the problem: Darrington turned to some trailing Yale defenders and flipped them the bird at about the 8-yard line as he scampered into the end zone. Counterpoint: Harvard deserved two touchdowns for this pic.twitter.com/u15LRzbXZa— Andrew Joseph (@AndyJ0seph) November 17, 2018Now that’s something you don’t see every day.Darrington was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct and the touchdown was called back. Harvard ended up kicking a field goal on the drive.Harvard would go on to win 45-27, but not before Darrington provided one of the more unsportsmanlike highlights of the day.