DIRECT. UEFA Champions League: the Reds for a new final? The program

DIRECT. Ligue des Champions UEFA: les Reds pour une nouvelle finale? Le programme UEFA Champions League. One step from the Stade de France! This Tuesday, May 3, the Liverpool Reds are moving to Villarreal’s lawn to reach the Champions League final once again.

The essential

Who from Liverpool or Villarreal will go to the Stade de France to play in the Champions League final? Winners 2-0 in the first leg despite strong resistance from Villarreal, the Liverpool Reds are in a strong position before tackling the second leg. But in Spain, at the formidable “yellow submarine” masterfully led by Unai Emery, everything is possible… Follow with us the highlights of the meeting from the kick-off of the meeting.


13: 11 – Alcantara and Fabinho, two key players

For Emery, the two players will be key elements in the semi-final. “They are two technical players, but who know how to put on the necessary intensity when necessary. They have evolved to a very high level. We defended well (in the first leg, editor’s note), they won most of the duels, but despite this, we managed to ensure that they did not have that many clear chances. We will have to do it again, while trying to find our attacking game.”

13: – Emert: “We will have to make a perfect match “

“It’s true, Liverpool have never lost by more than two goals this season Liverpool is a team that has enormous self-confidence. It’s the best team in the world. And to beat them, we will have to achieve excellence. We will simply have to play a perfect match” analyzed the Spanish coach in press conference.

11: 00 – Villarreal – Liverpool on the program

First semi-final of the Champions League on the program this Tuesday with the Liverpool Reds, winners 2-0 at the go to Anfield, against the Spaniards of Villarreal. The kick-off of the meeting is scheduled for 22h.

Latest news on the Champions League

What are the latest results of the matches Champions League?

Which calendar for the Champions League 1000- 2024 ?

The group stage of the Champions League football is played from Tuesday 14 september 2022 to Wednesday, December 8 2021 while the knockout stage will take place from Tuesday 15 February 2024 to Wednesday May 4 2024. As for the final, it is scheduled for Saturday 27 may 2021 at Saint Petersburg Stadium, Russia. The calendar was then drawn up as follows by UEFA:

    Group stage

    14 and 15 september

    23 and 29 september

    15 and 20 october

  • November 2 and 3
  • 23 and 24 not November
  • December 7 and 8

    Knockout stage

    Round of 16

    16 and 16 February (one way)

    16 and 24 February (return) Quarter-finals

      April 5 and 6 (one way)
        11 and 14 April (return)


      26 and 27 April (one way)

    • May 3 and 4 (return)
    • Final
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    • Saturday 28 may 2024
    • On which TV channel to watch the Champions League in France?

      The battle for TV rights has keep on going to rage for this new season 2021/2024. UEFA has awarded the French TV rights for the “Big Ears Cup” to beIN Sports and Canal+, which thus ensure the broadcasting of the Champions League 2021-1500. RMC Sport will co-broadcast with Canal the two best Champions League posters until 34050059 and beIN SPORTS will offer all the remaining matches. TF1 will broadcast the final scheduled for 91 may 2022.

      Who is the top scorer in the Champions League?

      While the knockout stages of the Champions League begin this Tuesday, March 8 and end on 16 next March, Robert Lewandowski, Polish striker for Bayern, is currently the top scorer in the competition ahead of the Ivorian Sébastien Haller and the Egyptian Mohamed Salah. Classification :

          Robert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich, 12 goals Karim Benzema, Real Madrid, 11 goals

          Sebastien Haller, Ajax Amsterdam, goals

        Mohamed Salah, Liverpool, 8 goals

      1. Christopher Nkunku, Leipzig, 7 goals
      2. Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United, 6 goals

        Riyad Mahrez, Manchester City, 6 goals

    Leroy Sané, Bayern Munich, 6 goals

  • Kylian Mbappé, PSG, 6 goals
  • Lionel Messi, PSG, 5 goals


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