It can be said that the current UEFA Champions League season is still a new one.
Barcelona’s Wembley win, Manchester City’s shock loss to Lyon and Real Madrid’s loss in Moscow arejust a few out of the many events that has however happened already this season.
May still be a relatively young season, but as with other competitions in the sport, there’s already talks about who will win this season. Maybe Real Madrid will recover from their current slump in form, but right now, one of the 31 remaining teams will be looking to overthrow them as the new champs of Europe.
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The question is:
Who will be the next UEFA Champions League champions?
Of all the clubs vying to be crowned, one league that will be looking to produce the next champions is the Premier League in England.
It’s been almost a decade now since the then English Premier League used to have at least two representatives in the semi-final of the competition. That rain-drenched final in Moscow in 2008 was the last time an English club made the final and won it.
Since then, every other trial has ended in defeats for English.
With Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham, maybe they won’t have to wait for a next UCL title anymore. Add to that the fact that Pep Guardiola’s side are now the bookies’ favorites to win the title and you’ll get the full picture.
But can an English team really win the league this season?
Tottenham, in Group B, is yet to win a game. They’ve conceded an average of 3 goals in each game played so far. Losing to Inter and Barcelona is not exactly the hallmark of a team that wants to win the title.
It has become a bit tighter for Liverpool in Group C, especially after that loss in Italy. With 3 goals scored and 3 conceded, they have just three points to their name. But they’re one behind Napoli on the standings and level on points with PSG.
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Manchester City is in Group F. Their loss to Lyon was followed by a hard-fought win against their German counterparts. While they have just 3 points from 2 games, Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United have not lost a game: they now have 4 points from their first 2 games.
The English clubs are chasing the same title that the Spaniards and the Italians and the Dutch and the Germans, French, etc also want to win. The battle will be fierce. The competition will be stiff. But do you think these English clubs have what it takes to go all the way and lift the trophy?
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