For the larger part of the weekend, fans had to endure shocking results in Europe’s top five leagues.
Juventus failed to win. Borussia Dortmund lost in Germany’s biggest rivalry, the Revierderby, while AC Milan lost to Torino.
There was also PSG’s cup final loss and Real Madrid’s 10th loss of the season too. Let’s not even talk about the lackluster results that the top four race in England featured.
For most bettors, it’s a week to recoup from all the losses suffered during the weekend. And it’s also the perfect time to enjoy the best of football, as the UEFA Champions League resumes.
In the first game, Tottenham will have to relegate their top four ambitions for a moment as they take on giant-killers, Ajax.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men will know to thread carefully in this clash, knowing what the Dutch outfit has achieved so far this season.
Can Ajax score at least an away goal in this clash and become the second opposition side to score in this new stadium?
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Ajax has redefined the word ‘underdogs.’
After eliminating Real Madrid and Juventus, Ten Hag Erik’s men know what it takes to go all the way to the final. Since making it out of the group stages this season, they’ve only lost one of the four games they’ve played.
Tottenham has to do better than their second leg performance against Man. City in the quarter-final. They have to find a way to play without Heugh Min Son who is suspended for the first leg of this game.
The other semi-final game is arguably the star game of the competition as it stands. Another English club, Liverpool, is looking to make its second UCL final appearance in a row.
Jurgen Klopp’s side, in a bid to push Manchester City all the way at home, have smashed different kinds of records.
However, they know all those records will count for nothing.
This time they have to take on a side that has not lost a game since the knockout stages kicked off.
Will both teams score in this clash at the Camp Nou?
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The last time both sides faced each other was in the 2007 UCL playoffs. Liverpool defeated Barcelona 2-1 at the Camp Nou before losing 1-0 at Anfield and qualifying via the away goal rule.
What will the results be like this time around?
Which of these four sides will take a first leg advantage into the second leg?
Will away goals prove to be the deciding factor in any of these clashes? Leave us your comments and share your thoughts with us.Tags: champions league