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Paris Saint-Germain horror draw. In the 1/8 finals of the UEFA Champions League, we will achieve success in football

Paris Saint-Germain horror draw.  In the 1/8 finals of the UEFA Champions League, we will achieve success in football

The last matches of the group stage of the UEFA Champions League of the year were played on Wednesday 2 November. And so, we got to know the full list of teams that will play in the 1/8 Finals of the most prestigious games this spring. There was no shortage of surprises. Among other things, they said goodbye to LM Barcelona and Juventus, so two teams with Polish representatives in the team. However, the 1/8 Finals showdowns promise to be exciting.

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The matches of the sixth round of LM brought interesting results. On Tuesday, November 1, we learned about the fate of the teams from Groups A to D. LiverpoolPorto Club BruggeBayern Munich, Inter Milan, Tottenham and Eintracht Frankfurt. Before the last meeting, some Toys In the group stage, there were also six teams from groups E to H. We are talking about Chelsea, Real Madrid, Manchester City, Borussia Dortmund, Paris Saint-Germain and Benfica Lisbon. AC Milan and Real Madrid joined this group on Wednesday Leipzig.

The teams that have advanced from first place in the group and will play in the 1/8 final of the UEFA Champions League (seeded):

  • Naples (Italy)
  • Porto (Portugal)
  • Bayern Munich (Germany)
  • Tottenham (England)
  • Chelsea (England)
  • Real Madrid (Spain)
  • Manchester City (England)
  • Benfica (Portugal)

Interestingly, especially in group H, there was a very interesting situation. beep and the second Paris Saint-Germain Both scored 14 points (they won matches with Juventus and Maccabi and drew in the head-to-head matches). Moreover, both teams scored the same goal balance: 16:7. Therefore, the number of goals scored … away from home decided the first place. And here it turned out that Benfica was better: they scored nine goals (six in Haifa, one in Paris and two in Turin), and only six goals in Paris Saint-Germain (three in Haifa, two in Turin and one in Lisbon).

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All first-placed teams in the Finals draw will be seeded 1/8. As a result, they could hit theoretically weaker teams that qualified for the knockout stage from second place.

Teams that qualified from second place to play in the 1/8 final of the UEFA Champions League (unranked):

  • Liverpool (England)
  • Club Brugge (Belgium)
  • Inter Milan (Italy)
  • Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany)
  • Milan (Italy)
  • RB Leipzig (Germany)
  • Borussia Dortmund (Germany)
  • Paris Saint-Germain (France)

In connection with such decisions, already at the 1/8th stage of the finals, there may be heavy clashes that are worth fighting for victory. For example, Real Madrid can go to Paris Saint-Germain – as in the 1/8 finals of the previous version (then Paris Saint-Germain took second place in the group behind Manchester City). At the start of the knockout stage, the French team can also face the strong Bayern Munich or Manchester City, however they are the favorites for the final victory in the Champions League.

Possible hits:

  • Paris Saint-Germain – Real Madrid / Bayern Munich / Manchester City / Napoli
  • Bayern Munich – Liverpool
  • Real Madrid – Liverpool
  • Manchester City – Inter Milan

Most of the teams that finish first will almost certainly count on an easy opponent. Club Brugge looks like this, although it may be an illusion. The Belgian club proved that he cannot be underestimated. He won three matches, drew twice and lost only one.

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Teams that “landed” from LM to LE:

  • Ajax Amsterdam (Netherlands),
  • Bayer Leverkusen (Germany),
  • Barcelona (Spain),
  • Sporting Lisbon (Portugal),
  • RB Salzburg (Austria),
  • Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine),
  • Seville (Spain),
  • Juventus (Italy).
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Teams that finished in the LM group stage:

  • Rangers (Scotland)
  • Atletico Madrid (Spain)
  • Victoria Bilzno (Czech Republic)
  • Olympique Marseille (France)
  • Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia)
  • Celtic Glasgow (Scotland)
  • FC Copenhagen (Denmark)
  • Maccabi Haifa (Israel).
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