Friday, April 19, 2024

Wednesday’s round of the European Championship .. Juventus and Chelsea lead the summit and a tough test for Ronaldo

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All eyes are on Turin as Juventus face reigning champions Chelsea in Wednesday’s crucial second round of the Champions League group stage. Conflicts in Turin on Wednesday will be crucial in determining the team’s identity after each team began their group campaign after Chelsea beat Janet St. Petersburg 1-0 in Russia and Juventus beat Germany 3-0. There will be race to decide. Top Qualification.

The two teams meet in a conflicting situation. Juventus, who started the local league unbeaten with four matches, managed to win the last two stages with great difficulty, while Chelsea entered the meeting on the back of their first defeat of the season they received at home over the weekend against Manchester City.

But a 3-2 win over Zamboria on Sunday was costly for Juventus as they were ruled out of Wednesday’s match due to injuries to Argentine strikers Paulo Diabala and Spaniard Alvaro Morata. Confident. Allegri is expected to count on the front line in Federico Cisa and return to the “old lady” Moyes Keane again.

Also at Old Trafford and within Group F, the date between Manchester United and its Spanish guest Villarreal was updated last season in a reprint of the European Union League final “Europa League”. Draw original and extra time.

Wednesday’s match will be an opportunity for Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea to make up for the disappointment of Gdansk’s defeat against his home country Villarreal because after his defeat, Norwegian coach Ole Gunner played a key role in losing his first title, led by Solkjer. Only one of Villarreal’s 22 penalty kicks to block any of his 11 penalty kicks, while failing to translate his penalty kick.

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The clash with the “yellow submarine” was so important to United that it was not because of revenge, but because the new and old star Cristiano Ronaldo made them sit on the tail after they scored 1-2 in the first match against the “Red Devils” Swiss Young Boys, the team behind the Swiss team There is, Italy’s Atlanta and Villeriel, the latter were tied 2-2 in the first round at home.

Unlike Villarreal to face Real Madrid in a goalless draw on Saturday, United entered the meeting with trembling spirits after their first defeat at home in the Premier League on Saturday (0-1) at Aston Villa. At the meeting he missed a penalty opportunity in time to stop by the Portuguese. Bruno Fernandez.

After beating Barcelona 3-0 in the first round, Bayern Munich will be a strong contender for their second win in Group E when they face Ukraine’s Dynamo Kiev in the first clash between the two teams since 1999. 2000 season (Bayern won 2-1 in the tournament round). Home teams and lost the second leg 0-2).

The Bavarian club is going through an exciting period under the leadership of its new coach Julian Knucklesman. After starting the season in a draw in the local league against Borussia Manchengladbach, he won his next seven matches, both locally and on the continent. He left only 4 goals while scoring 37 goals.

Unlike Bayern, Barcelona are going through a very difficult period with Dutch coach Ronald Coman, Argentina star Lionel Messi has been ruled out of Paris Saint-Germain. The Catalan club will face a very tough test at the Portuguese Benfica Stadium on Wednesday, following which it will be very difficult for the Spanish capital to face defending champions Atletico Madrid in the local league on Saturday.

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Today’s matches are UAE time (4+ GMT)
Fifth group
(21:00) Bayern Munich (Germany) – Dynamo Kiev (Ukraine)
(21:00) Benfica (Portugal) – Barcelona (Spain)
Sixth group
(20:45) Atlanta (Italy) – Young Boys (Switzerland)
(21:00) Manchester United (England) – Villarreal (Spain)
Seventh group
(21:00) Wolfsburg (Germany) – Seville (Spain)
(21:00) Salzburg (Austria) – Lily (France)
Eighth group
(20:45) Zenit (Russia) – Malm ((Sweden)
(21:00) Juventus (Italy) – Chelsea (England)


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