Estadio Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid is the venue for the second all-English UEFA Champions League final as Tottenham Hotspur, the North London club appearing in their first final take on a Liverpool side bidding to put aside the pain of 2018 defeat by Real Madrid……..
Madrid is the venue for the second all-English UEFA Champions League final as Tottenham Hotspur, the North London club appearing in their first final take on a Liverpool side bidding to put aside the pain of 2018 defeat by Real Madrid……..
In an era where money has dictated football, with fewer resources and finances, Atalanta has showcased a vivid brand of attacking football to Calcio lovers globally. From a neutral’s point of view, it has been a fairy-tale to witness in modern Italian football. La Dea’s qualification is a breath of fresh air for the Calcio and they are the 10th different Italian side to qualify for the Champions League main competition……..
Two similar exits in a competition the club captain Leo Messi desperately wanted to win will hurt the Catalan based club. Just like it happened last season in the Eternal city of Rome, Barcelona have crumbled in the latter stages of the Champions League for a second season running in similar circumstance……
Four-time winners – Ajax AFC took a positive step towards another final by securing a narrow victory away from home against English side – Tottenham Hotspur. Lionel Messi obsession of winning this competition is fuelling his and his team ambition. On the other side, Barca skipper – Leo Messi produced a master class performance last week to leave Liverpool needing an extraordinary night at Anfield if they aim to play successive finals…….
Three former winners and a first time semi-finalist are vying for places in 2019 finals which would be played at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid. 1995 winners – Ajax AFC will fancy their chances against Tottenham Hotspur as they target a place in the final for the first time since 1996. 10 European Cups split evenly is between Spanish champions – Barcelona and 2018 Champions League finalists – Liverpool sees two European household names take on each other in this heavyweight duel for a place in Madrid……….
So, who wants to play Champions League football next season? Aside from Liverpool and Manchester City, that question is proving tricky for Tottenham, Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United of late. The remaining two places in the Premier League top four are still up for grabs after a number of shocks over the Easter weekend…….
Ajax – the only team left in the competition that started from the qualifying phase has enjoyed underdog status but have stunned household names in Europe.The last time we had an underdog success story like this was in 2004 when FC Porto under Jose Mourinho stole the show and won the European Cup in Gelsenkirchen, Germany…….
There have only been eight trebles of league, cup and UEFA Champions League. Anyone for a ninth? Ajax AFC, Barcelona and Manchester City are still in the hunt for treble; in City’s case, it’s a quadruple chase for Pep Guardiola and his team……
“Why couldn’t you beat a richer club? I’ve never seen a bag of money score a goal.” This is one of the most famous quotes from one of the games icon – Johan Cryuff. The Dutch man is believed to be one of the most influential persons in football……
Who doesn’t love the UCL anthem? We are all intrigued and excited as the Champions League enters its business end with only eight clubs left in the hat competing for the Europe’s premier club competition. For the first time since 2015, we are going to have a new winner which isn’t Real Madrid….
Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they’ve been given than to explore the power they have to change it. I strongly presume this must be stamped inside Pep Guardiola’s office at Etihad campus – Manchester City training ground.
The second leg Match Day A in this Round of 16 produced unbelievable matches and results. Juventus need a magical night on Tuesday to overcome a two-goal deficit against Atletico Madrid to progress to the last eight. Barcelona and Bayern Munich play the return legs at home after earning a scoreless first leg; with the […]
Borussia Dortmund and Manchester United need magical performances on Tuesday and Wednesday night to overcome their tough first leg results as they bid for a place in the final eight of the Champions League. For Ajax AFC, there is nothing to lose, rather it is about creating an upset against struggling defending champions, Real Madrid […]
After 26 rounds of games in 2018-19 LaLiga BBVA season, a look at the Primera League table starts with the top three expected to lead the race right in front but in fourth position is where you begin to question the legitimacy of what you are seeing. It’s not a mistake, Getafe – the small […]