The link provided by Laurent gives a reasonable explanation of the log function used in an access list. But I am not sure that it really addresses the central point of your question. If I am understanding correctly what you really want to know is why the port numbers in the log report are (0) rather than the (80) that you would normally expect for HTTP traffic. This is one of the subtle behaviors of the log function. If the access list were examining TCP ports then it could report the TCP port numbers. But since the access list is not examining any TCP port numbers then it can not report any specific TCP port numbers.
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