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Champions League Round Up: Away defeats for Spurs and Chelsea

Both Chelsea and Tottenham suffered narrow away defeats in their first leg ties in the Champions League round of 16. We round up the action and bring you the latest Champions League odds.

AC Milan 1 Tottenham Hotspur 0

An early goal from Brahim Diaz’s early goal sent Tottenham to a 1-0 loss against AC Milan in the San Siro  in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie.

With seven minutes on the clock the former Manchester City winger scrambled the ball home from close-range.

 Spurs were lucky not to fall further behind late on when Milan failed to take  two good chances through Charles De Ketelaere and Malick Thiaw.

While Tottenham are a goal down in the tie Antonio Conte will be satisfied. His team have emerged from a difficult away tie only a goal down and still very much in the tie.  Due to injury and suspension issues Conte was forced to field Oliver Skipp and Pape Sarr in central midfield. The pair were very solid on their full Champions League debuts, with Spurs a lot more solid than they were in their defeat at Leicester last weekend. However, Spurs struggled to create chances themselves and Milan will travel to London with a one goal advantage.

Spurs will be hopeful that they can make home advantage count in the second leg, though a yellow card for Eric Dier means he will miss out through suspension.

Borussia Dortmund 1 Chelsea 0

Chelsea suffered defeat in their last-16 Champions League first leg tie at In-form Borussia Dortmund. The Bundesliga club will go into the return leg at Stamford Bridge one goal to the good, thanks to a brilliant individual effort from Karim Adeyemi.

Graham Potter’s side missed a number of chances. Joao Felix fired over the top from a promising position and then hitting the bar in the second half. And Dortmund goalkeeper Gregor Kobel made two fine save from Reece James.

The visitors appeared to be growing in confidence and Dortmund struggled to create clear cut chances, though England midfielder Jude Bellingham performed well.

But a counterattack saw Adeyemi break from his own half after a Chelsea corner, before rounding Kepa Arrizabalaga and despatching the ball  into the net.

Chelsea showed character and put the hosts under pressure. A goal bound effort from Kalidou Koulibaly was cleared off the line by Emre Can and Kobel saved superbly from Enzo Fernandez to maintain Dortmund’s advantage.

At one goal down, Chelsea are still in the tie, however Dortmund are a quality side and turning things round, even with home advantage, is not likely to be easy.

Champions League Winner Odds

Manchester City2/1SBK
Bayern Munich4/1Paddy Power/Betfair/Betfred
Real Madrid21/2SBK
Paris St Germain22/1SBK
Chelsea20/1bet365/Betfred/888sport/Paddy Power/Betfair/William Hill/Boyle Sports
Benfica22/1William Hill/SBK/888sport
Inter Milan33/1bet365/ Paddy Power/Betfair
Borussia Dortmund37/1SBK
AC Milan45/1bet365
RB Leipzig100/1bet365/William Hill/Betfred/888sport
Eintracht Frankfurt150/1William Hill/888sport
Club Brugge500/1Betfred
Odds correct as of 16.02.23 at 12.33. Odds subject to change.
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