Without Messi, Busquets believes Barcelona can win the Champions League

Barcelona are unbeaten in the first three games of the 2021/2022 Spanish La Liga in the era after Messi . The seven points earned leave the Blaugrana three points behind leaders Real Madrid, with a game in hand.

But, on Wednesday (15/9/2021) early morning WIB, Barcelona will undergo a Champions League match without Messi. The Catalans will host Bayern Munich in their Group E opener at Camp Nou.

“Anything can happen in football. Chelsea won the Champions League last season and are not favourites,” Busquets was quoted as saying by Ace Football .

 

Messi, on the other hand, could make his Champions League debut for Paris Saint-Germain. The wealthy French club will face Club Burge in Group A.

 

We are at the start of the season and we have to get used to playing without Leo.”

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

 

23:45 CEST: Sevilla vs Salzbourg

 

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

02:00 WIB: Barcelona vs Bayern Munich

02:00 WIB: Dynamo Kyiv vs Benfica

02:00 WIB: Villarreal vs Atalanta

02:00 WIB: Lille vs Wolfsburg

02:00 WIB: Chelsea vs Zenit

02:00 WIB: Malmo vs Juventus

23:45 WIB: Besiktas vs Borussia Dortmund

23:45 WIB: Sheriff vs Shakhtar Donetsk

MU Squad Against Young Boys in the Champions League, Cristiano Ronaldo Entered?

Manchester United (MU) manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has brought in 22 players for the 2021/2022 Champions League opener against Young Boys, Tuesday (14/9/2021).

Included in the entourage of Cristiano Ronaldo who scored twice to determine the 4-1 victory over Newcastle United at the weekend.

However, striker Edinson Cavani is still missing due to an injury sustained in training ahead of the duel versus the Magpies.

“Maybe Edinson will be out for a week or so. He is also still trying to reach a fitness level,” said Solskjaer, reported by the club’s official website.

Manchester United’s young striker Anthony Elanga also went to Switzerland. Likewise goalkeeper Matej Kovar who replaced Dean Henderson.

Manchester United enter the challenging group in the 2021/2022 Champions League. Besides Young Boys, they also have to serve Villarreal and Atalanta.

After failing to stop in the group phase last season, the Red Devils will at least try to advance to the knockout stages this time around.

Goalkeepers : De Gea, Heaton, Kovar

Rear : Bailly, Dalot, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw, Varane, Wan-Bissaka

Middle : Fernandes, Fred, Lingard, Mata, Matic, Pogba, Sancho, Van de Beek

Forwards: Eagle, Greenwood, Martial, Ronaldo

Champions League schedule September 14-16 2021: Young Boys vs MU and Liverpool vs AC Milan

The 2021/2022 Champions League will roll out this week. The competition in Benuo Europe is starting to enter the group phase.

A total of 32 clubs are divided into eight Champions League groups , ranging from A to H. They will compete to qualify for the round of 16.

Young Boys Berne’s duel against Manchester United or MU will be the opening match of the Champions League group phase. The match in Group F will be held at the Wankdorf Stadium, Bern, Tuesday (14/9/2021) at 23:45 WIB.

Next in Group E, Barcelona will host Bayern Munich at Camp Nou, Wednesday at 02:00 WIB, 15 September. In the last meeting, Barcelona humiliated Munich 2-8 in the Champions League quarter-finals.

Next up is Liverpool’s classic duel against AC Milan in Group B which will be played at Anfield Stadium, Thursday, September 16. AC Milan won 2-1 over Liverpool in the 2007 Champions League final.

The victory also avenged the Rossoneri’s defeat to the Reds on penalties in the final two seasons earlier.

Check out the full Champions League schedule on the next page.

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

 

23:45 CEST: Sevilla vs Salzbourg

 

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

02:00 WIB: Barcelona vs Bayern Munich

02:00 WIB: Dynamo Kyiv vs Benfica

02:00 WIB: Villarreal vs Atalanta

02:00 WIB: Lille vs Wolfsburg

02:00 WIB: Chelsea vs Zenit

02:00 WIB: Malmo vs Juventus

23:45 WIB: Besiktas vs Borussia Dortmund

23:45 WIB: Sheriff vs Shakhtar Donetsk

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