- Inter achieved a 1-0 home victory with a goal from Marko Arnautović in the 79th minute.
- Atlético de Madrid suffered its first defeat in the Champions League this season.
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Kanye West was spotted watching the Champions League round of 16 match between Inter and Atlético de Madrid in Milan.
West was sitting with his wife Bianca and fellow musician Ty Dolla $ign at San Siro on Tuesday. The group appeared on the broadcast for the first half while sitting comfortably in a suite.
The Hip Hop artist sported a mask that covered his entire head and face while watching the game.
His appearance at San Siro comes less than two weeks after he, along with Ty Dolla $ign, released ‘Vultures 1’. The album has since topped the Billboard 200 albums chart behind lead single “Carnival.”
The single earned 23.5 million streams in its first week, topping the Billboard Streaming Songs chart.
Kanye West was spotted at San Siro during the first leg between Inter and Atlético de Madrid.
West sat with his wife Bianca and fellow artist Ty Dolla $ign as Inter cruised to a 1-0 victory.
The Italian team came back with a goal from Austrian striker Marko Arnautović in the 79th minute.
The always controversial West saw Inter claim a 1-0 victory at home. The Italian team recovered after Marko Arnautović’s goal in the 79th minute and advanced to the second leg.
Inter came second in Group D and qualified for the round of 16. After winning three and drawing the rest of their group stage matches, Inter finished behind Real Sociedad on goal difference.
The Milan-based club is coming off a good result in last year’s tournament, where they reached the final before losing to Manchester City.
On the other hand, Atlético de Madrid finished first in Group E with a 4-2 record and 14 points. The Italian Lazio also left the group with 10.
The Spanish powerhouse has scored 17 goals and conceded seven so far in the Champions League. He has also suffered his first defeat of his European campaign at the hands of Inter.