Welcome to Sportstar's highlights of the UEFA Champions League 2021-22 clash between Manchester United and Atletico de Madrid played at the Old Trafford Stadium in Manchester, England. This was Aneesh Dey bringing you the pre-match buildup and live updates from this high-voltage clash.

That is all for tonight. Thanks for tuning in. Goodnight and take care.

Match report: UEFA Champions League: Atletico wins at Old Trafford to knock United out

Aggregate Score: [Manchester United 1-2 Atletico Madrid]

Full time ! (Manchester United 0-1 Atletico Madrid; Atletico Madrid progresses to the quarterfinals with a 2-1 aggregate score).

90+3' Atletico Madrid Sub- IN: Angel Correa OUT: Antoine Griezmann.

90+1' Alex Telles' delivery into the box from the freekick hits the first man. A poor delivery by the Brazilian.

Four added minutes!

88' Atletico Madrid Sub- IN: Felipe   OUT: Joao Felix

87' Booking- Man United's Diogo Dalot is shown a yellow card.

84' Man United Sub- IN: Harry Maguire OUT: Juan Mata.

82' Shot- Kondobia's first touch ends ends up being a wayward shot at goal. Goalkick to United.

81' Booking- Man United's Nemanja Matic is shown a yellow card.

80' Atletico Sub- IN: Geoffrey Kondogbia OUT: Koke

77' Save- Varane glances a header towards Oblak. The goalkeeper shows his reflex to make a great save. Ronaldo tries to score the rebound with an overhead kick but his effort is not on target.

75' Man United Sub- IN: Edinson Cavani OUT: Fred

73' Ronaldo goes to meet the ball with his head from the freekick but Oblak comes out and gathers the ball.

72' Hector Herrera puts in a late challenge on Varane. United with a freekick.

69' Griezmann tries to chip De Gea after snatching on the loose ball. His effort is not on target and he was most probably in an offside position.

67' Man United Subs- IN: Marcus Rashford, Nemanja Matic, Paul Pogba OUT: Anthony Elanga, Bruno Fernandes and Scott Mctominay.

66' Fernandes smashes the ball to the far-post. Maguire and Ronaldo both went for the ball, but neither player could get a touch.

65' Fred is brought down by De Paul. Manchester United has a freekick in a good position.

62' Atletico breaks on the counter. It ends with Lodi putting a good ball in for Felix in the middle but the Portuguese cannot get a touch.

59' Shot- Dalot swings a good cross inside the box from the right. Sancho hits it first time but his effort sails above the crossbar.

58' Man United having a lot of possession in the Atletico half but cannot find an opening to break the latter's defence.

54' Shot- Fred takes a shot from distance but drags it wide. He apologizes to his teammates for the wayward effort.

51' Shot- Rodrigo De Paul takes a shot from distance but De Gea gathers it. He is irritated with Maguire for not clearing the ball sooner, which led to pressure from the Atletico players.

49' Manchester United fans making their feelings clear towards Luis Suarez as he warms up.

46' Close- A great effort by Elanga at the start of the second half as his shot misses the target by inches. Bruno Fernandes played a good ball to him, which led to the move.

We are back for the second-half!

Half-time! (Manchester United 0-1 Atletico Madrid)

45+2' Shot- Bruno Fernandes' long distance shot forces a save from Oblak.

One added minute!

43' Booking- Rodrigo De Paul sees yellow for his challenge on Cristiano Ronaldo.

41' GOOOOAAALL!! ATLETICO SCORES!! ITS RENAN LODI!! Griezmann plays a great cross to Lodi, who heads the ball inside the net at De Gea's near-post.

37' Atletico Madrid, as predicted has had less of the ball but has threaded some good moves of its own- the latest being the one, which led to Felix's goal, that was ruled out.

34' Felix's goal is ruled out as offside- Llorente was offside when the ball was played to him by Koke. It was Llorente who played the final ball to Felix.

30' Jose Gimenez has taken a knock on his head as he and Maguire went for the ball. Fortunately, it is nothing serious and the defender is okay to continue.

29' Bruno attempts a cross from the left but Savic gets a touch to send the ball out from a corner.

26' Shot- Dalot with a clean shot from outside the box but Oblak gathers it fairly easily.

24' Atletico had a good chance to put the ball inside the box from a freekick but it goes to waste.

21' Reinildo brings down Bruno inside the box as both went for the ball. United players want a penalty but the referee waves away the protests for now.

18' Dalot's initial shot from the edge of the box is blocked. The Portuguese gets a second chance from the rebound but cannot hit the target. The ball goes out of play for a goalkick.

16' Save- De Paul with a stunner of a shot from distance but De Gea does a great job of getting a piece of his glove to the ball. A corner to Atletico.

13' Chance- Bruno sends a grounded cross from the right, which finds Elanga. The latter tries to direct the ball home from the near-post with a flick but cannot hit the target. The ball hits Oblak's face and goes to safety. Best chance of the match so far.

10' Telles sends a cross inside the box from the middle of the park but is cleared well by Atletico. Offensively, United better than its Spanish opponent currently.

8' United pressing Atletico into playing the ball quickly right now. The English side has started better than the first leg.

5' Telles snatches the ball from Llorente on the left flank. He sends a cross inside the box but it goes out of play.

4' The referee ultimately gives a foul to Atletico Madrid. A debatable decision that one.

3' Dalot pings a good cross inside the box, which Elanga attacks. There was a bit of hesitation from Oblak's side, which allows Elanga to get a header but the effort is not on target.

2' Maguire plays a long ball to Bruno who had a run inside the box, but the Portuguese cannot keep the ball in play. A goalkick to Atletico.

1' Kickoff!

1:30 am- And we are underway!

1:15 am- Atletico players warming up before kickoff! 15 minutes to go!

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1:00 am- Stat Attack!

12:45 am- Old Trafford is ready to host the high tension clash between Man United and Atletico Madrid!

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12:35 am- Starting lineups are out!

Manchester United: De Gea (GK); Dalot, Maguire (C), Varane, Telles; Mctominay, Fred; Elanga, Fernandes, Sancho; Ronaldo.

Coach: Ralf Rangnick.

Atletico Madrid: Oblak; Savic, Gimenez, Mandava; Herrera; De Paul, Koke, Lodi, Llorente; Felix, Griezmann.

Coach: Diego Simeone.

12:15 am- When both teams met in the first leg!

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MATCH PREVIEW

Manchester United  manager  Ralf Rangnick  is hoping  Cristiano Ronaldo  can reproduce his form from the weekend when the side faces Atletico Madrid in the  Champions League  on Tuesday.

The Portugal forward returned from a hip injury to roll back the years with a hat-trick against Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League on Saturday, laying claim to the all-time leading scorer record in professional football with 807 goals.

With the last-16 tie at home to Atletico level at 1-1 after the first leg in Madrid, Rangnick said he had no concerns that Ronaldo, 37, might struggle after his exertions against Spurs.

"His overall performance was good, if not very good, and this is what we hope to see from him again tomorrow night," the interim manager told a news conference on Monday.

"I'm not worried that he's not been able to recover. He's always been a person that looks after himself and his body. He knows what to do.

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"If he can score another three goals, we will see. It's not easy to score three goals against this team at all," he added.

United winger Anthony Elanga netted in the 80th minute to cancel out an early goal by Atletico's Joao Felix in the first leg and Rangnick said his team needed to show better focus at  Old Trafford  so they did not have to chase the game again.

"We saw in the first half in Madrid what we shouldn't do, how we shouldn't play, and this was a big topic for us yesterday and today when we spoke pre-match about tomorrow's game," he added.

"We have a fantastic opportunity to be in the top eight teams of Europe and this is exactly what we're trying to achieve.

"It's very important (not to concede first). Even more so against a team like Atletico, who don't mind the other team having the ball.

"In their last four or five games, they had less than 50 per cent possession. We are aware of that, we want to try not to concede at all if possible, but it will be important to score the first goal ourselves," he concluded.

( Via Reuters)

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