Start of the UEFA Champions League! The club’s biggest competition kicks off a new season tonight, Tuesday 6 September, with the first games kicking off at 7.45pm.
The games will be able to be watched live on TV on Digi Sport, Orange Sport and Prima Sport, but also in Live Blog format on www.prosport.ro.
In the last edition of the Champions League, Real Madrid was crowned winner for the 14th time in history, an absolute record, after a victory in the final against Liverpool, score 1-0, thanks to the success of Vinicius Junior.
Start of the UEFA Champions League! PSG – Juventus, the fiery duel of the first stage! Queen of Europe, Real Madrid, trip to Celtic | Live Blog
The fiery duel of the first stage of the group stage is represented by PSG – Juventus, a meeting between two of the most important teams on the old continent.
The queen of Europe, Real Madrid, will also debut this evening in the new edition of the Champions League, with Carlo Ancelotti’s students going to face Celtic away.
Italian champions AC Milan travel to Austria to take on Salzburg, while Premier League holders Manchester City travel to Spain to face Sevilla.
23:03: The whistle was blown to start the second half in all 6 meetings
22:48: Break in the 6 games!
22:40: GOOOL AC Milan! Saelemaekers equalizes for the Italian champion
22:30: Heavy blow for Real Madrid! The captain of the European champions, Karim Benzema, was injured and was replaced by Eden Hazard
— Real Madrid CF (@realmadrid) September 6, 2022
22:28: GOOOL Salzburg! Surprise in Austria: Noah Okafor opens the score against AC Milan!
22:23: GOOGLE PSG! Kylian Mbappe makes the “double”, after an exceptional combination with Achraf Hakimi
22:20: GOOOL Manchester City! Erling Haaland scores against Sevilla
22:16: GOOOL Miner! Marian Shved leads his team to the advantage with RB Leipzig
22:05: GOOGLE PSG! Kylian Mbappe opens the scoring at the Parc des Princes
22:00: The other 6 games scheduled for tonight have started!
21:42: The surprise of the evening comes from Croatia: Dinamo Zagreb beat Chelsea 1-0! Orsic, the “executioner” of Tottenham, was the author of the only goal
21:35: Final match in Dortmund! Borussia wins 3-0 against FC Copenhagen
21:25: The starting teams at PSG – Juventus!
— Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_English) September 6, 2022
— JuventusFC (@juventusfcen) September 6, 2022
21:24: GOOOL Borussia Dortmund! Jude Bellingham also scores to make it 3-0
20:49: The second half has begun!
20:32: Break in the first two games!
20:26: GOOOL Borussia Dortmund! Raphael Guerreiro doubles the hosts’ lead
20:22: Real Madrid announced the starting team in the duel with Celtic!
— Real Madrid CF (@realmadriden) September 6, 2022
20:20: GOOOL Borussia Dortmund! Marco Reus opens the scoring for Edin Terzic’s students
20:00: GOOOL Dinamo Zagreb! Mislav Orsic scores the first goal of this edition of the Champions League
19:45: The first two games have started!
Dinamo Zagreb – Chelsea 1-0
Dortmund – FC Copenhagen 3-0
- ’83 Jude Bellingham
- ’42 Raphael Guerreiro
- ’35 Marco Reus
Benfica – Maccabi Haifa 0-0
Celtic – Real Madrid 0-0
PSG – Juventus 2-0
- ‘5, ’22 Kylian Mbappe (PSG)
RB Leipzig – Șahtior Donetsk 0-1
- ’16 Marian Shved (Șahtior Donetsk)
Salzburg – AC Milan 1-1
- ’28 Noah Okafor (Salzburg)
- ’40 Alexis Salemaekers (AC Milan)
Sevilla – Manchester City 0-1
- ’20 Erling Haaland (Manchester City)
Source: Prosport by www.prosport.ro.
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