Some thirteen years ago Liverpool FC brought home their last Champions League trophy. The reds have scored a lot of goals in the current competition and even overcome their tendency to falter away from home on the road Kiev. But LFC may have more than meets the eye going for them against holders, Real Madrid, in this year’s final. And some of it is kinda spooky…
At least one English club will almost assuredly make the last eight of this year’s Champions League, but there is work to be done if all five are to continue the Premier League’s historic campaign.
Spurs recovered from a rocky start to sneak two precious away goals at Juventus in the Champions League Round of 16. Could Juve’s blown lead cost them down the road? Juve have to come to Wembley and attack now, and we are deadly on the counter.
Manchester United host CSKA Moscow in Group A as UCL first stage winds down this week. Will Mourinho’s men get caught looking ahead to Sunday’s league derby?
Spurs secured their place in the knockout stages of the Champions League competition with an impressive home win this week over Real Madrid. I hate to say I told you so…or do I?
Spurs went to Madrid with no expectations and escaped the Bernabeu with a precious point. Is Poch’s team finally ready to join the game’s elite?
José Mourinho probably has the strongest Manchester United side in the last four years at his disposal—with a good mix of pace, power and a bit of star-dust to go with it.
It was a mixed bag for the French contingent as PSG taught Scottish champions Celtic a harsh footballing lesson while Monaco put in a less than impressive display in Germany versus Leipzig.
United recovered from their weekend draw against Stoke to comfortably beat Basel 3-0 at home; the result though will be overshadowed by Pogba’s injury.