Champions League

Sebastian Balcazar

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This week we see the return of the Champions League, the highest level of European Football. This is where the best of the best come to show who reigns supreme in Europe.

The last two years we have seen à very dominant Real Madrid team, they became the first team in the competition’s history to defend the title. On the 13th of February we will see Juventus from Italy take on Tottenham Hotspur from England and Basel from Switzerland take on Manchester City from England.

While Man. City have gotten an easy draw on paper they play away from home which will mean Basel will not go out without à fight. On the other hand we have a tough match with Juventus vs Tottenham, both teams are expected to come out with their best starting 11. This will be a tough match for Tottenham as they are playing away from home in Italy.

One thing that Tottenham fans can hope for to try and secure à win from home is the fact that they have the hottest striker in the premier league in Harry Kane. Harry Kane is having one of his best seasons ever sitting top of the list for the golden boot with 25 goals he has been on fire lately for Tottenham scoring like it is nothing.

Another game to look forward is the clash of titans with Paris Saint Germain and Real madrid. This is set to be the match to watch with both teams having some of the best players in world football. Paris Saint Germain currently sit at the top of the french league quite comfortably while Real Madrid are currently sitting 4th in the league 17 points behind Barcelona. Paris Saint Germain have been on an incredible goal scoring run with the attacking trident of Neymar, Mbappe and Cavani. While Madrid have been struggling to find the back of the net lately even with the front three of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Benzema.

It is going to be a hard game to predict because of the way Real Madrid have been playing lately winning some games and losing games as well.

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