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UEFA Champions League 2020/21 knockout stages

Post by Zidane » March 11, 2021, 10:54 am

Couldn't find a topic for this....
Last night Liverpool 2 RB Leipzig 0 to complete a comfortable 4-0 aggregate win for the Merseysiders.
Also through PSG, Borrusia Dortmund and Porto.
Next week I expect Manchester City, Chelsea, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid to progress.
So, quite possibly, we could have 3 English teams in the last 8.
Could an English team win it this season ?
Obviously the big danger is Bayern Munich but I don't think any of the others are particularly superior to our teams,even PSG.
Juventus and Barcelona are already out, knocked out by Porto and PSG respectively.


Just when I thought our chance had passed,you go and save the best for last.

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Post by stattointhailand » March 11, 2021, 1:16 pm

More a testament to how bad the Bundesliga is.
The team currently sitting second (equiv of first as everyone knows Bayern will win before a ball is kicked) has just lost to Liverpool (TWICE).
Shouldn't really be a surprise as in the last couple of years their "star" players have flopped miserably when transfered to Prem teams ........ Werner, Haverz, Pulisic, Joelinton, Haller etc etc ....... (Jadon Sancho suiters beware !!)

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Re: UEFA Champions League 2020/21 knockout stages

Post by Zidane » March 18, 2021, 11:13 am

Manchester City 2 Borussia Moenchangladbach 0
(aggregate 4-0)
Chelsea 2 Atletico Madrid 0 (aggregate 3-0)
The two English sides joined in the quarter finals with Real Madrid and Bayern Munich this week.
Quarter final draw tomorrow... 3 English teams in the last 8.
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Re: UEFA Champions League 2020/21 knockout stages

Post by Zidane » April 7, 2021, 9:58 am

Quarter Finals first leg....
Manchester City 2 Borussia Dortmund 1
Real Madrid 3 Liverpool 1

City will be disappointed not to have a two goal lead or more to take into the second leg.
Liverpool, well beaten last night but just about still in the tie. They will need a top class performance in the second leg to stand a chance of progressing.
Just when I thought our chance had passed,you go and save the best for last.

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Post by samster » April 7, 2021, 3:05 pm

The City/Dortmund game last night was a great watch. Looking forward to the 2nd leg already. I just hope Southgate has the balls to give Foden the freedom to drift around the pitch in the way he did last night when the Euros start .

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Re: UEFA Champions League 2020/21 knockout stages

Post by Zidane » April 8, 2021, 9:58 am

Last night....
Porto 0 Chelsea 2
Bayern Munich 2 PSG 3

Great result for Chelsea, bouncing back from their awful performance against West Brom.
A bit of a shock in Germany but you can't rule Bayern out even though the second leg is away.
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Re: UEFA Champions League 2020/21 knockout stages

Post by tamada » April 8, 2021, 10:16 am

Poch must be an exceedingly happy man right now while Levy may be pondering what could have been.

...on second thoughts, probably not on that last bit.

"Hansi Flick’s Bayern produced the familiar high-pressing red waves, racking up 31 shots at goal over a thrilling, slightly wild 90 minutes. ...Bayern created a constant stream of chances on which the injured Robert Lewandowski would surely have gorged himself."


https://www.theguardian.com/football/20 ... tch-report

Oh dear...

"Robert Lewandowski has made it clear that he will not be fit in time for Bayern München's Champions League quarter-final return leg against Paris Saint-Germain."


https://bulinews.com/news/8014/lewandow ... h-with-psg

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