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WED 07 Nov Champions League - Group E. Benfica Benfica 1 Ajax Ajax 1. Ajax fans and Portuguese police clash inside the stadium during their side's draw at Benfica Ajax came from behind to rescue a Champions League point at Benfica, during a Group E match marred by violence in the stands.
Not the best of openings for Benfica, but it was a shooting chance for Rafa nonetheless from 10 yards. The angle wasn't favourable, however, and Onana is able to beat it behind for a corner!
Good tracking back from Van de Beek sees him get a foot in to break up a decent move from the hosts - the first for Benfica in some time. Ajax are seeing this out in a very professional manner, though their tactics aren't winning them any friends in Lisbon.
Ajax have the ball and control of possession in the attacking half as the board goes up to indicate there will be a minimum of four minutes added on at the end of this match.
Time is running very low now, and Benfica can't even get the ball forward. In need of a goal and they can't cross the halfway line - not a recipe for finding a winner.
They desperately need some late magic like the kind Ajax found in the reverse fixture in Amsterdam. Into the final five minutes and Ajax have done a good job of keeping the pace slowed, not allowing Benfica to open things up and frantically push for a winner.
Surely the hosts are going to have to start taking some chances soon, though. Time is of the essence right now. De Jong picked up a slight knock after taking a blow to his midriff, and the midfielder will be replaced for the final minutes by Wober, a natural centre-back.
Seferovic is played through on the end of an incisive delivery from Gabriel, but Blind does well to stick with the striker and force him to a bad angle, before Onana makes a comfortable save.
Better from Benfica, though. The tempo has dropped off a bit, ahead of what should be a frantic last 10 minutes. A draw does next to nothing for Benfica, who need all three points.
They should push on for a winner, which will leave space for Ajax on the break. Ajax had not conceded a goal in minutes of play all competitions before Jonas' opener in the first half.
A last roll of the dice for Vitoria sees him bring on Pizzi for what he hopes will be some added creativity in midfield, with Fernandes the one replaced.
A positive change from Ajax as Dolberg is introduced at the expense of Neres. Ajax have not been as effective in attack without a focal point.
The arrival of a true striker in Dolberg should help change that. Van de Beek just trips up Gabriel in midfield as he tried to break up the Brazilian's run.
They're dictating possession and starting to set up camp in the attacking half, as Benfica drop off a bit. Well that's better! De Ligt finds himself very high up the pitch as part of Ajax's high press, and wins back the ball with a strong challenge on the edge of the penalty area.
He quickly plays Neres through down the left, and the Brazilian crosses in for Tadic, but his header doesn't trouble Vlachodimos.
There's been no improvement in Ajax's play since the restart. They have been all over the place in this match and it's time Ten Hag makes changes.
He opted to play with a false nine, which worked well against Bayern, but it isn't tonight. Changes are desperately needed if they are to get back in this match.
Seferovic, who started the match in Amsterdam, comes on to replace Jonas. Neres is forced into an error as a result of Benfica's high press, as he conceded possession deep in his own half.
Benfica break threateningly, but Cervi slips and that's the end of that. Rafa comes on to replace the injured Salvio in a like-for-like swap on the flank.
Clumsy from Fejsa who goes through the back of Ziyech to try and win the ball, and he will see yellow. That's four bookings handed out in this first half by the referee, two for each side.
Perhaps the late chance will spark Ajax to life in the second half, as they were very poor up unto that point. Benfica have equally struggled, only opening the score thanks to a goalkeeping howler.
The match is very much there for the taking for the side that finds their legs first. An Andre Onana error gifted Jonas the opener as Benfica lead at the interval in Lisbon.
Chances have been few and far between in a rather sloppy and uneventful first half, with Ajax seemingly sleepwalking through the duration until a glorious chance to restore parity right at the death went begging - both Donny van de Beek and Frenkie de Jong missing open nets.
Fejsa tempts fate with a late and cynical challenge on De Jong, his second in as many minutes. He's got to be very careful going forward. Due to the stoppages for the injuries to Jonas and Salvio, there will be a minimum of three minutes added on at the end of this first-half.
Ajax manage a bit of time in the final third, committing their full-backs forward for the first time in this first half, but it results in nothing.
They have been a shell of themselves in this first half - Ten Hag will surely have a stern speech prepared for half-time. De Ligt catches Cervi as he tries to poke the ball free near the halfway line, and that will see him pick up a yellow card.
It's a bit of a harsh one on the defender, as that one has more to do with the referee's patience wearing thin than the foul itself. It's gotten quite sloppy out on the pitch.
Jonas' temper has been running quite high over the last five minutes, since his miss. Perhaps he's upset with himself for not scoring? Nonetheless a needless and dangerous challenge into the back of De Jong up against the touchline sees him pick up a booking.
Smart save! Vlachodimos gets across very smartly to deny a well-struck Ziyech free-kick from closer to 30 yards. That comes at the end of a better passage of play from Ajax.
A careless and untidy challenge from Tagliafico sees him into the book, which means he will be suspended for their next match against AEK Athens.
That's such a sloppy goal for Ajax to concede. They were under no pressure at all, with Benfica hardly looking like scoring until a pair of unforgiving errors from Onana seconds apart to gift the hosts the lead.
It's inexcusable, as well, given Benfica's recent struggles in front of goal. Salvio provides the assist, but that really boils down to Onana's howler.
BENFICA BREAK THE DEADLOCK! It's to the hosts! An absolute gift from Onana, who rushes off his line to deal with Salvio's cross but gets nowhere close to it as it sails over his head and straight to Jonas, who turns it into an empty net!
What is he thinking?! Onana is far too casual with the ball at his feet as he tries to dribble his way beyond Jonas, nearly gifting the ball to the striker before scrambling and booting it out of play.
That's a real waste of possession. Jonas tries his luck from distance, missing the target from close to 30 yards. It's at least an attempt towards goal, as the striker urges his team-mates to pick up the pace following the miss.
The majority of this match has been played in the middle third of the pitch.