UEFA Champions League resume

The Champions League, world’s best soccer club competition, is back on the pitch this week with a few must-watch games. Big clubs will take the stage as the champions, Real Madrid, will look to win the trophy for the fourth time in a row.

With the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, the Spanish team is no longer the heavy favorites to win and play the Final on June 1st, 2019…. in Madrid!

Liverpool v. Paris Saint-Germain as main event

Programmed at 8.00pm GMT in England, the match will feature some of the world’s best forwards and a plethora of stars. It is certainly the match you do not want to miss.

Coach Liverpool, Klopp, previews the big clash:

“Winning the first game is always an advantage, but we haven’t won it yet. We have to play it and it will be really difficult.PSG are one of the favourites for the competition that’s for sure.

This team is built for winning the Champions League. It will be an interesting game for sure. With the players they have and the manager they have, they all brought it together to go as far as possible in the Champions League and we are aware of that.”

90SOCCER predicts a close match. 1-1

Inter Milan v. Tottenham as appetizer

Tottenham have lost their last two League games 2-1, the latest this past weekend at Wembley against Liverpool. Internazionale are not doing much better with two losses in their first four Serie A matches and a disappointing 15th place.

The Italians are back in the Champions League after a six-year absence and look to impress for their return.

90SOCCER predicts a win for the visitors. 0-1

The other games to follow a close eye on

Two of the four Spanish clubs will take the stage tomorrow with FC Barcelona and Atlético Madrid. The La Liga champions will face the Dutch champions PSV Eindhoven. Messi and his team will look to secure their first win in the competition.

Coach FC Barcelona, Valverde on the upcoming match:

“We all want to win this competition. The Champions League is always a special motivation for the players and that’s ideal for the team.

They [PSV] are quite capable of giving us and the other teams in this group a very tough game. They play an attacking game, so we’re going to have to defend well.”

90SOCCER predicts a win for the Catalans. 4-1

The Europa League and SuperCup champions, Atlético Madrid, will take on the French side, AS Monaco, at Stage Louis II.

Both teams have had a difficult start in their respective Leagues as they look to turn around their season with the start of the Champions League. It will be the return of Thomas Lémar, French international, who left Monaco to Atlético this past summer.

90SOCCER predicts a win for Atlético. 0-2