Champions League warm-up! A series of dialogues between the top 16

With the end of the group stage of the Champions League in early November, the draw for the round of 16 was soon revealed. To everyone’s surprise, this time, UEFA can be said to have tried its best to bring fans a number of strong dialogue, peak matchups, such as Paris Saint-Germain versus Bayern Munich, AC Milan against Tottenham, Chelsea against Borussia Dortmund, Liverpool against Real Madrid, and so on.

So many strong dialogue, so that all fans for the UEFA Champions League knockout schedule are very much looking forward to, after a long time to wait, the UEFA Champions League quarter-final schedule in less than a month will finally be presented to you, we also take this opportunity to bring you the forecast of these strong dialogue as a warm-up for the UEFA League, Find out which teams are more likely to win over two legs and reach the last eight.

Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich, with Kylian Mbappe, Lionel Messi and Neymar at the top of their game, and the Bundesliga giants, who are never to be ignored on the European stage, seem at first glance to be the winner of either leg. Premier League fixtures.However, it is important to know that, compared to Bayern Munich’s more average overall, Paris Saint-Germain’s defence is now a bit riddled with holes. In defence there are constant problems. The front of the MNM combination is not involved in the defense. This will be their fatal weakness. If they cannot improve, they will not be able to pass the Nanking.

AC Milan’s game against Tottenham Hotspur is less of a concern because both teams are technically second tier clubs in Europe at the moment, so of course they won’t get as much attention as other teams. Overall, Tottenham should be the better side in both legs because they are clearly the better team on paper and they are unbeaten in their last four meetings with AC Milan. They are up and down and they can beat them and go through to the last eight.

Chelsea v Borussia Dortmund, and according to the stereotype, Chelsea should be the one to win, because Chelsea’s last three seasons in the Champions League, the worst record in the last eight, one title and the last four, this is a Premier League side of good quality. However, Chelsea’s slump in form, caused by injuries, a change of manager and internal strife, has made them even more of an underdog, and Dortmund have been rewarded.

The final 16 clash was the culmination of strength and rancour between last season’s Champions League winners Real Madrid and their opponents in the final, Liverpool. Liverpool, who have lost their last three Champions League knockout stages against Real, are struggling at home and will have a hard time avoiding their last three defeats. Real, though also at a low ebb, are far more experienced than Liverpool in the Champions League, which gives them the unique advantage of looking ahead at the end of the two legs. Another score for Salah to settle!

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