Discussion in 'Soccer' started by thorson1987, Aug 2, 2018.
Spurs need to win out from here.
yeh, our form is only average atm,
We dont have the depth to cover for injuries to Eriksen, Ali, Moose Dembele and Vertongen, not to mention a few back up players.
A lot of injuries and a busy time of the year so pretty bad timing, but thats footy
Ramos showing his true colours once again
Another accidentally intentional act of thuggery from the Unicef ambassador...
So, in other words, because Mo had the temerity to get physical with Ramos, he deserved to be put into a dangerous arm lock. Can't beat that logic!
Liverpool fans, what % would you give yourselves for making it to the next round? honest.
Teams through to last 16
Lyon and Shaktar will decide the last spot with Lyon only needing a draw.
Moved down to Europa last 32
Lyon get the last spot after a draw at Shaktar
Young Boys beat Juve, lol
That Sane free kick is one of the best I have ever seen.
Muller’s fly kick
Just trying to do the Bundesliga logo.
Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United will take on French giants Paris Saint-Germain in the last 16 of the Champions League, while Liverpool were drawn against fellow five-time winners Bayern Munich in Nyon on Monday.
Holders Real Madrid will face Ajax as the Spaniards attempt to lift the trophy for the fifth time in six seasons, while Lionel Messi and Barcelona play Lyon.
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City take on Schalke while Atletico Madrid, runners-up in 2014 and 2016, will come up against Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus.
Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund will meet Tottenham Hotspur, while Roma were paired with two-time former champions Porto.
Teams that finished in second place in the group stage will host the first legs on February 12/13 and 19/20 with the return matches scheduled for March 5/6 and 12/13.
Ajax v Real Madrid
Roma v Porto
Liverpool v Bayern Munich
Spurs v Borussia Dortmund
Man United v PSG
Atletico v Juventus
Schalke v Manchester City
Lyon v Barcelona
Pretty happy we got Bayern tbh. Someone different. Would love for both RM and Juventus to get knocked out, and on current form it could happen, although we know RM usually perform much better in the knockout stages of the CL.
Dortmund haven't beaten us recently but this is a different Dortmund side, well clear on top of the Bundesliga so expecting a tough game
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