- Antoine Griezmann’s victor (100 minutes and 21 seconds) is the most recent objective (barring extra-time) on record in the Champions League (since Opta began gathering this information in 2003-04).
- Atletico Madrid scored a 101st-minute victor to overcome Porto in a Champions League spine chiller with every one of the three objectives achieved in stoppage time.
After Porto’s Mehdi Taremi was shipped off in the end phases of the typical time, Mario Hermoso thought he had won it for Atletico in the 91st moment.
In any case, Mateus Uribe was leveled with a 96th-minute punishment after Hermoso took care of them.
Antoine Griezmann then, at that point, ignited festive scenes by heading a victor for the Spanish hosts with 14 seconds left.
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The subsequent match in Champions League history highlights three objectives scored in the 90th moment or later, barring games that went to additional time.
Surprisingly, the past event, in December 2021, highlighted two similar groups, with Atletico winning 3-1.