‘War of the Stars’ is back.
The European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) is back. The UCL will resume starting with the first leg of the round of 16 between Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Bayern Munich, AC Milan and Tottenham Hotspur, which will be held at 5 am (Korean time) on the 15th. As can be seen from the bracket table, unlike the group stage, from the tournament, teams aiming for the championship play matches, so there are many more intense and enjoyable matches for fans to watch.
Ahead of the UCL resumption, Britain’s ‘The Athletic’ has selected notable players in the round of 16. ‘The Athletic’ said, “We had a longer break than usual due to the World Cup in Qatar, but the hiatus created more expectations. From the round of 16, it’s full of heavyweight matches like Liverpool and Real Madrid and PSG and Munich. We’ll be looking forward to the next few weeks. I picked the star players who can shine the brightest,” he introduced the players.
In Napoli, Kim Min-jae’s team, two people were named. They were Victor Osimen and Hvitsa Kvarachhelia. ‘The Athletic’ praised Osimen, saying, “There is probably no better striker in the world right now than Osimen. His scoring ability is amazing and he continues to develop until his technical skills blossom.” 바카라사이트
Regarding Kvaratsu Helia, “His record in the UCL is quite impressive. He scored 2 goals and 3 assists in 5 games. Frankfurt should be careful. Whether you can stop him is another matter”.
Two players were also named at PSG. Lionel Messi and Warren Zaire-Emery. ‘The Athletic’ said of Messi, “We know how great Messi is. But he still excites me. Even now, Messi is the player I want to see more than anyone else.”
Jair-Emery is PSG’s top prospect. He has been showing off his skills lately, scoring against Montpellier and AS Monaco as well. ‘The Athletic’ also said, “It feels strange to rely on a 16-year-old player, but given the injury of Kylian Mbappe, there is a good chance of playing.”
Additional players mentioned are Gonzalo Hamus (SL Benfica), Eduardo Camavinga (Real), João Felix (Chelsea), Randall Colo Muani (Frankfurt) and Dominic Sobosluj (RB Leipzig).