The season progresses, and Champions League enters decisive phases. Only 8 teams are still standing in the race for the most prestigious title in European football, and the quarter-final matches will be played starting this Tuesday, April 6. The penultimate instance of the championship brings really attractive matches for football fans.
The quarterfinals of the Champions League will begin with the reissue of the end of the year 2018. Real Madrid will host Liverpool at the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium this Tuesday. It will be the first time the teams have met since that final in Kiev. A match is expected at the height of 2 of the most traditional teams in the history of football.
Manchester City-Borussia Dortmund
The second match this Tuesday, April 6, will be between Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund at the Etihad Stadium. It will be a crossroads of maximum tension between a Pep Guardiola who seeks to lead citizens to European glory, and a German team with a young talent that can give the great surprise in the maximum continental competition.
The day of Wednesday, April 7, will be starred by the last finalists of the Champions League. Bayern Munich host PSG at the Allianz Arena, in what will be their first match after the definition of the ‘Orejona’ in Lisbon. This will probably be the stellar match in the quarterfinals, between 2 solid title candidates.
The cross between Porto and Chelsea is probably the one that attracts the least attention from the fans, but in any case it promises to be a duel at the height of the competition. The Portuguese team has just eliminated Juventus with a good game, and the ‘Blues’ are experiencing a magnificent moment after the change of coach. The key will open at the Do Dragao Stadium.