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UEFA Champions League: Milan reach the quarter-finals – a draw with Tottenham Hotspur is enough for the Rossoneri

Milan reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League for the first time in eleven years. The Italian football champions drew 0-0 at Tottenham Hotspur in the second leg of the round of 16, and surpassed the score 1-0 from the first comparison. When the quarter-final draw takes place on March 17, Milan will be back for the first time since the 2011/12 season.

In a tough match, the Londoners around superstar Harry Kane never found their rhythm, shortly before world champion Christian Romero of Argentina received a yellow and red card (77). Spurs didn’t create any scoring chances – the return of head coach Antonio Conte didn’t inspire the Londoners either. The 53-year-old had to have his gallbladder removed in early February, after which Conte recovered in his native Italy.

Upon his return, Conte saw a first half without any highlights. And Tottenham seemed discouraged in the second half as well, and an organized attack barely fell in the direction of guest goalkeeper Mike Mignan. Instead, Milan had a great chance to score the opening goal – Brahim Diaz (51) but was unable to pass the ball past Tottenham goalkeeper Fraser Forster.

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Spurs did not become dangerous, they just made conclusions with individual actions. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (64) failed in one of these actions against Mignan. As the match progressed, Tottenham had to increase the stakes, giving the guests room for counter-attacks.

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