Benfica vs Ajax live streaming
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Match: Benfica vs Ajax
Competition: Champions League
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Benfica vs Ajax live streaming: Match preview
The reverse fixture witnessed late drama.
Ajax went into it on four points after a 3-0 win over AEK and an outstanding 1-1 draw in Munich.
Benfica were just a point behind.
They’d lost at home to Bayern but bounced back with a 3-2 win in Athens.
This match at the Johan Cryuff Arena looked as though it was going to end goalless but, in the second minute of stoppage time, Noussair Mazraoui struck to seal another win for Ajax.
That puts them in the box seat to progress, 4 points above Benfica.
A win for Erik ten Hag’s side at Estádio da Luz would book their place in the last 16 so can they do it?