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Discussion in 'Uefa Champions League & Europa League' started by The only Greek here, Jun 12, 2019.
He speaks English though doesn’t he?
Yeah, they will soon make it impossible for a Greek/Croatian/Scottish/''lower league club'' to qualify. I know they can't compete there, but it kind of ruins the concept of the ''CHAMPIONS League''
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где ты учил русский? мне кажется что ты хорошо говоришь
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A trip to Amsterdam! Lovely!
I would think it's the teams from pots 2 and 3 who people r saying r much better than them
Very recently been to the Bernabeu and Bruges and don't fancy Istanbul in a couple of weeks so no aways with PSG. Will do Benfica with Lyon though, should be good. Always wanted to do the big Portuguese grounds.
Not going to be an easy game tonight but it must be an improvement on the same fixture last season where we didn’t even register a shot on target.
Be good to get the defence of our title off with a win. I expect we will see Henderson and Gini return to the starting XI.
The games scream goals tonight like, but never that simple
Inter an interesting one at 6, up against Prague unbeaten in 20.
Glad we have our toughest fixture up first. I’d take a point right now tbh after the game in Naples last year.
Sancho has the most assists across Europe’s five major leagues since the start of last season. The England starlet has 18 to Messi’s 13.
Former Barcelona striker Alcacer has scored 10 goals in just eight games in all competitions for club and country so far this term, making him Europe’s deadliest striker.
This is Dortmund’s 14th Champions League campaign. Winners in 1997 and runners up to Bayern Munich in 2013, Die Schwarzgelben have made the knock-out stages in five of the last six seasons.
Barca winger Dembele scored six goals and assisted a further 12 in his lone Bundesliga campaign with Dortmund.
The Signal Iduna Park is the second-biggest stadium in the competition with a capacity of 81,359. Barcelona’s Camp Nou, with a capacity of 99,354, is the largest.
This is Dortmund’s third competitive meeting with Barcelona in Europe. The sides contested the 1997 UEFA Super Cup, with Barca winning 2-0 at home before a 1-1 draw in Dortmund for a 3-1 aggregate victory.
Game of the round