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There are only four places: there are already twelve qualifiers for the knockout stages of the Champions League



This is the second day of the fifth round of the UEFA Champions League group stage, added new members who will continue to dream of purchasing precious Orehons.

Barcelona Vidal, Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Porto and Schalke 04, joined those who yesterday received a pass to the second round of the most important competition at the European level: Bayern Munich, Ajax, Real Madrid, Rome, Juventus, Manchester United and Manchester City.

A total of twelve shots are ready for the next round. There are three Spaniards, three Germans, two Englishmen, two Italians, one Portuguese and one Dutch. Several names have been repeated several times. As an example, this is the twelfth consecutive classification of Barcelona, ​​primarily their group.

In this Wednesday, Arturo Vidal’s throw with many difficulties won from two to one PSV Eindhoven. In the same group Tottenham and Inter will challenge the transition to the next round.

On the other hand, Atletico Madrid beat two to zero in weak Monaco, securing first place in group A. Dortmund, just called Bruges from Belgium, but also sealed his promotion in the competition.

Lokomotiv's victory against Galatasaray by two to zero, He left the classification ready for Porto and Schalke 04, which met in Portugal, winning from 3 to 1 of the Luzitanians.

And finally, in group C, the fact is that it burns and everything will be determined on the last date. PSG survived the victory over Liverpool 2: 1. Throwing Jürgen Klopp should definitely beat Napoli next week if you want to get qualified. The Italian Lit now has chances, but if he loses, he is eliminated.

Classified so far:

  • Bavaria (ALE)
  • Borussia Dortmund (ALE)
  • Schalke 04 (ALE)
  • Ajax (HOL)
  • Porto (POR)
  • Real Madrid (ESP)
  • Atletico de Madrid (ESP)
  • Barcelona (ESP)
  • Rome (ITA)
  • Juventus (ITA)
  • Manchester United (ING)
  • Manchester City (ING)


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