Suspensions, rallies, results-river, knockout stages of the Champions League ended Wednesday between Bayern and Liverpool (1-3), and between Barca and OL (5). -1), we kept all the promises. Now is the time to congratulate players who made a good part of these meetings for the editorial FM. The display is binding, our typical team is articulated in 4-1-3-2.
Hugo Lloris (Tottenham): The French international goalkeeper and world champion in 2018 managed to keep their clean sheet on both meetings in the 16th round and this is not an easy task. But it would be a little bold to say that the three-necked portir has nothing to do with it. In Germany, he was absolutely fantastic in preserving the strength of his family while the atmosphere in 16th round was suitable for overtime.
Noussair Mazraoui (Ajak): He is one of three players from Ajax in Amsterdam who are part of this typical team of knockout phase C1. And it's deserved. No defect in defense before Vinicius Junior and then Marco Asensio. And he is the one who gets the ball on the action that brings goal 3: 1 Dušan Tadić. Full match for the right side of Morocco.
Matthias de Ligt (Ajax): Captain Ajax was imperious on the lawn of Real Madrid. The Central Defender, just 19 years old, swept away by Karim Benz and the strikers of Madrid with incredible insanity. We better understand why international panning is a pan-European European, from FC Barcelona to Paris SG via Juventus Turin.
Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool): The Dutch defender was again outstanding on Wednesday night. In addition to the fact that he scored a goal that gave Red some air, he was the defender of defense in front of Robert Levandovsky. He is the real boss of this defensive animation created by Jurgen Klopp. If this momentum continues, Reds may become the second C1 final in two years.
Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham): The Belgian side was the only survivor in the typical team of all meetings. Spur was in the oven and a mill against Borussia Dortmund, perfectly in that defense with three, Jadon Sancoom who dreamed of shining against a team from his country. Partly because of his strength, Harry Kane and his team-mates managed to win the Rhhr without receiving a goal and ending their two matches on a score of four goals to zero.
Ilkai Gundogan (Manchester City): Only the real midfielder of our team, the German international has a new feast against Schalke 04. His bullet transfers were flawless as always at this level. Pep Guardiola, therefore, is right when he wants to extend while the former Dortmund for a moment left his injuries behind him.
Dusan Tadic (Ajak): Serb crossed the debate on the lawn Santiago Bernabeu. The surgical goal, two assists for Hakim Ziiech and David Neres, the key gestures of beauty in the picture of this roulette in Casemir and the full impact on Ajax in Amsterdam: number 10 put all of Europe in its pocket by sending Real Madrid to the pod!
Lionel Messi (Barcelona): we were waiting for the Argentine international to Cristiano Ronaldo to hat-trick and we were not disappointed, except the Olympique Lyonnais fans. Sagittarius on the magnificent panorama, Pulga gave himself a double match against OL. He also oversaw his partners because he was the decisive passer to two of the three goals he had not scored.
Sadio Mane (Liverpool): The Senegalese international may be the one who least talks about him in this Red attack, however, what is effective this year! He scored a goal in all stages of the last two releases of the Champions League (Group Stage, Round 16, Quarterfinals, Semi-finals and Final), and no Liverpool player scored more than the goals he travels (6 goals against Gerrard and Firmino).
Romelu Lukaku (Manchester United): The Belgian managed to shake off the stern guards of the Paris SG, incarnated by the brittle Thilo Kehrer. With two naked foxes – the first on the passage of an obscure German and the other on the shot of poorly returned by Gianluigi Buffon – no. 9 Red Devil was one of the great masters of the Mancunian at the Parc des Princes.
Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus): he was expected to turn, he answered. The Portuguese, slightly visible in the first game, shattered the screen at the Juventus Stadium against Atletico Madrid, achieving three goals in the win and qualifying of the Bianconeri: two strong heads on the far pillar and a perfect penalty. His eighth triple in C1. With now already 124 goals in the Champions League, the five-time Golden Ball has something more than its legend.
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