The UEFA Champions League is an annual club football competition organized by the Union of European Football Associations that competes with top-tier European clubs, and the winners of the competition qualify for a two-legged knockout format through a round-robin group stage. final leg. It is one of the most prestigious football competitions in the world and the most prestigious club competition in European football, played by the national league champions.
Benfica 1-1 PSG
After Benfica’s free-kick was taken by Donnarumma, the referee whistled. There is a fire in the middle. The riot started with an argument between the PSG goalkeeper and Benfica players. Neymar is also involved. A little disappointing for PSG who had a chance and had three points at home. Benfica was also confident and could only win thanks to Donnarumma’s excellent save. They have one point from two games and currently have seven points from three games. Both teams are the main contenders for the knockout stage after Juventus defeated Maccabi Haifa 3-1 in the other Group H match. Here it is from the game. See you next week in the fourth game week of the Champions League group phase.
Napoli’s rebuilding has made them a better team
The hosts last season also performed at a high level. Whatever leadership void was left by the departures of Insigne, Koulibaly and Mertens, Osimhen was filled by the likes of Piotr Zielinski and Giovanni Di Lorenzo. Goalkeeper Alex Meret, who has been criticized by some local media and supporters for his lack of personality, has shown that he belongs.
Let’s not forget the coach Luciano Spalletti. He can be different, but he has the atmosphere of the fans, the city and the team, and he gets a strong young team to play as one, while last year he focused more on the veterans. with a more patient approach.
There should be no wider plan to follow here. What works for them may not work for other clubs; maybe they have employees who make good decisions, or maybe they just got lucky. But considering how difficult it is to reload wholesale, it is amazing that they are in this position. Perhaps his experience will inspire other clubs to be brave and make their own decisions.
The battle for England’s direct start at the World Cup will be one of the events of the autumn around Premier League clubs, with the two main contenders taking to the European stage this week.
There may be question marks over Trent Alexander-Arnold’s defensive prowess, but there are few players in the world who can hit the ball as dead as the Liverpool man, as his incredible free-kick against Rangers on Tuesday showed.
24 hours later, it was Reis James’ turn to show his credentials as he shone for Chelsea in their win over AC Milan.
Manchester City has made an impressive European move for teenager Rico Lewis over Copenhagen, suggesting the conveyor belt of talented English right-backs will not slow down.
The Spanish team is not Real Madrid
Defending champions Madrid have eased their way through the group stages, winning three from three so far, while the rest of Spain faces an uphill battle to reach the knockout stages of this season’s competition.
Barcelona has now suffered back-to-back defeats after falling 1-0 to Inter Milan at the San Siro, meaning they have three points from their opening three games.
They still have home games against Inter Milan and Bayern Munich, but less than four wins from those two games could leave the group short of consistent performances.
Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid lost back-to-back games on the road after Bayer Leverkusen’s defeat against Club Brugge on Tuesday.
Sevilla was in dire straits when Julen Lopetegui was dismissed minutes after full-time in Wednesday’s 4-1 loss to Borussia Dortmund, with Jorge Sampaoli waiting to take the reins.