More than one violent clash erupted in the draw for the 16th round of the European Football Championship yesterday at the European Union (UEFA) headquarters in Neon, Switzerland.
French side Paris Saint-Germain drew 13 titles with Spanish club Real Madrid, while Atletico Madrid drew with Inter Milan and Manchester United in 2019 against Liverpool, who won the title. Chelsea, the French title, will face second-placed Manchester City, Sporting Lisbon, six-time champions Bayern Munich, Austria’s Red Bull Salzburg, Italy’s Juventus Villarreal and Benfica Ajax.
Yesterday’s the first draw, with Benfica joining Real Madrid, Villarreal with Manchester City, Atletico Madrid with Bayern Munich, Red Bull Spalzburg with Liverpool, Inter Milan with Ajax, Sporting Lisbon with Juventus, and Lille with Chelsea, Manchester United and Paris Saint – Germain.
However, UEFA, which saw Manchester United picking the ball to face Villarreal according to the rules of the match, decided to return the draw due to a technical error in the withdrawal process. The teams met in the group stage and the ball was withdrawn so that Manchester City fell in the face of Villarreal, but the “UEFA” announced the re-draw of the lottery in full.
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