Champions League: what to see next week | UEFA champions league

    Champions League: what to see next week | UEFA champions league

    Chelsea, Manchester City, Paris and Real Madrid face their matches with advantages to defend after the first leg matches.

    This is what awaits us in the return matches.

    Quarter-final second leg matches

    Tuesday April 13
    Paris – Bavaria (Global: 3-2)
    Chelsea – Oporto (Global: 2-0)

    Wednesday April 14
    Liverpool – Real Madrid (Global: 1-3)
    Dortmund – Manchester City (Global: 1-2)

    All the goals of Mbappé in the Champions League

    A stellar Mbappé leaves the champion trembling

    ‘Enjoy very cold’, was the headline of the French newspaper L’Équipe after the 2-3 of Paris in the Bayern field, with a photo of Kylian Mbappé celebrating one of his two goals under the snow of Munich. It was a very complete performance from the forward, who hopes to continue his exceptional scoring streak in the second leg – eight goals in his last four UEFA Champions League games.

    Bayern find themselves a goal behind in Paris and still without their talisman Robert Lewandowski, but the European champions can take comfort in the fact that the first leg was a very strange match statistically. The Germans had 31 shots on target, and on another night they could have made four or five more. “No one could complain if we had won 5-3 or 6-3. Somehow, we have shot ourselves in the foot. Now we have to come back,” said Thomas Müller after the game.

    Champions League: what to see next week | UEFA champions league

    Oporto – Chelsea 0-2

    Mendy protects Chelsea’s advantage

    A 2-0 win in the first leg “away from home” sounds better on paper than in reality, as both games in this tie are played in Seville. But looking at Chelsea’s form since the arrival of Thomas Tuchel, Porto have reason not to be hopeful. In the first leg against the Portuguese team, Édouard Mendy left his clean sheet for the 13th time in the 16 games Chelsea have played since the beginning of January.

    Porto, for their part, can take morale that their game against Chelsea, except for the result, was not bad. But the mistakes that led to the goals leave Sérgio Conceiçao’s team with the feeling that nothing can be given to the rival. “We are in the middle of the tie, so we have to believe. The players were fantastic. We know the virtues of Chelsea.” Finding your weaknesses will be the challenge.

    Champions League: what to see next week | UEFA champions league

    Real Madrid – Liverpool 3-1

    Madrid, to protect income in English lands

    For the third time in three seasons, Liverpool reach the decisive match of a UEFA Champions League tie with the obligation to win at home against a Spanish rival. The English team’s recovery in recent weeks seems somewhat fragile and they have also lost two of their last five European home games. But Mohamed Salah’s goal in Madrid has given them some hope. “At least it gives us a little life,” said coach Jürgen Klopp.

    Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois knows this well, stressing: “We are in a good position, but we know that Anfield is always a difficult place to visit.” However, after winning six of his last seven UEFA Champions League games, the 13-time European champion will surely not come out to defend. Karim Benzema, for his part, needs just one more goal to catch up with another legend of the white club like Raúl González and his 71 goals in the top continental competition.

    Champions League: what to see next week | UEFA champions league

    Manchester City – Dortmund 2-1

    The Haaland factor vs. De Bruyne’s brilliance

    Dortmund can be proud of their performance in Manchester given the predictions before the first leg, and BILD knows that Erling Haaland’s on-goal misses in the first leg can be a spur for the Norwegian in the second leg: “Haaland scored against all the teams they have faced in the Champions League. That means a match against City is yet to come. “

    However, even though the Norwegian did score his goal against his father’s former club, leaving City unmarked will be an immense challenge for Edin Terzić’s men. Kevin De Bruyne has four assists so far in the Champions League and has also scored two goals, and is very confident: “They are capable of causing us problems, but we are also good enough to go there and win.”


    Bavaria / Paris – Man. City / Dortmund
    Real Madrid / Liverpool – Oporto / Chelsea

    The semifinals will take place on April 27/28 and May 4/5.


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