Real Madrid, Bayern Munich return for Champions League clash


Real Madrid and Bayern Munich will return to the Champions League on Tuesday after their last season of their own.

Madrid, the defending European champions three times, beat Eibar 3-0 on Saturday. The first defeat of Santiago Bernabeu has been renewed by his ability to win the prestigious award of his first season with Cristiano Ronaldo almost 10 years ago.

Solari, who started four games after replacing Julian Lopetegui, will face a tough test for Roma.
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Bayern, who appeared in competitive form, as they won six successive Bundesliga titles, were the surprise winner of the first-round Niko Kovac.
Bayern were held to a 3-3 draw at home to Fortuna Düsseldorf – the last Saturday's first leg victory over Borussia Dortmund. The seventh straight league looks promising.

Kovac has a point to guarantee his side at Benfica, despite a draw which will be enough to ensure the next round of progress.

Look at four Champions League teams on Tuesday:

GROUP E

Bayern looked set to shake the box after scoring twice in two goals against Dusseldorf.

Kovac's position is so serious that he is not able to move on from the start of the season, when they have scored 19 goals in his first seven games – including the German Supercup in Eintracht Frankfurt.

Bayern president Uli Hoeness, who has previously stated that he will defend Kovac's "volleyball," appears to have changed his mind after he said the club's leaders would sit down after Benfica visited him to see how "to continue". . "

Bayern, who are top of Group E with 10 points from four games, are top of the Benfica if Ajax failed to beat AEK Athens in the opening match.

Benfica, four points, need to beat Bayern to maintain their hopes of winning two highs.

GROUP F

Manchester City can qualify for the knock-out stages, but they want to beat France 2-1 in their quarterfinals.

Lyon's 1-0 win over Saint-Etienne on Friday showed that the two best and bad sides of Bruno Genesio.

City boss Pep Guardiola has stated that Saint-Etienne have been constantly losing the line-up against Lyon and would have won if Anthony Lopes did not survive.

City have successfully recovered from Group F since their first loss to Lyon and they have won three consecutive matches, scoring 11 goals in three. A win for France on the highest score.

Lyon would be a win.

Hoffenheim host Shakhtar Donetsk in the other group stage.

GROUP G

Madrid's season problems are back in action after losing to Eibar. The striker is set to investigate after failing to leave Real Madrid in the summer, while their defense is one of the worst players in Spain. Madrid has already netted 19 times in 13 league games.

Madrid and Roma are 9 points clear and they are likely to qualify for the Group G group. The Italian team will draw to a draw, or if CSKA Moscow fail to beat Plzen in the first leg.

Roma will need to recover quickly from Saturday's Udinese defeat. The 1-0 defeat was the third time this season Roma have lost to bottom-placed teams.

Captain Daniele De Rossi is sidelined with a knee injury, with striker Diego Perotti also injured, but coach Eusebio Di Francesco is hoping to bring him back to Kostas Manolas after the Greek defender suffered an ankle injury.

GROUP H

The leaders of Juventus will host Valencia and play with a draw or if Manchester United lose to Young Boys.

United boss Jose Mourinho is again under pressure after poor results. Since Juventus beat Juventus 2-1 in Turin, United were forced to withdraw from the derby against Manchester City, after their first ever meeting with a 1-1 draw at Crystal Palace. League.

United will face second-placed Manchester City on Tuesday, two points behind Juventus and two in Valencia.

Valencia, who will compete in the competition without losing United and worrying Cristiano Ronaldo.

The Juventus striker continues to benefit from his red card against Valencia in September – the first time he was sent off in the Champions League.

Ronaldo is the top scorer in the Champions League with 121 goals and scored his first goal for Juventus in all competitions.

Valencia appear to have finally tried to sign him in the past. After winning just once in one of their first 13 games, the Spaniards have won four of their last five games in all competitions.

The 22-year-old striker, Santi Mina, was key for Valencia recently, scoring six goals in his last five games.

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