UEFA Champions League 2019/20 Review

UEFA Champions League

From A to H and Ajax to Zenit, Thirty-two teams from Europe are set to battle in the group stage of the 2019-2020 edition of the UEFA Champions League.

Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey will host the final on 30th May 2020

The VAR system will be used from the play-off onwards

What is UEFA Champions League?

The Champions League is a yearly club football rivalry sorted out by the UEFA and challenged by top-division European clubs, choosing the best group in Europe. It is one of the most esteemed competitions on the planet and the most renowned club rivalry in European football.

Here are the 2019/20 league match date and draw calendar

18/19 September 2019: Group stage Match Day-1

2/3 October 2019: Group stage Match Day-2

23/24 October 2019: Group stage Match Day-3

6/7 November 2019: Group stage Match Day-4

27/28 November 2019: Group stage Match Day-5

11/12 December 2019: Group stage Match Day-6

16 December 2019: Round of 16 draw, Nyon

19/25/26/27 February 2020: Round of 16 – 1st leg

11/12/18/19 March 2020: Round of 16 – 2nd leg

20 March 2020: Quarter-Final and Semi – final draws, Nyon

8/9 April 2020: Quarter-final, 1st leg

15/16 April 2020: Quarter-final, 2nd leg

29/30 April 2020: Semi-final, 1st leg

6/7 May 2020: Semi-final, 2nd leg

31st May 2020: Final – Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadium, Istanbul

Top Ten Performance by Club:

Club Titles Runners-up
Real Madrid 13 3
AC Milan 7 4
Liverpool 6 3
Bayern Munich 5 5
Barcelona 5 3
Ajax 4 2
Inter Milan 3 2
Manchested United 3 2
Juventus 2 7
Benfica 2 5

Top Ten UEFA CL Player Stats:

Rank Player Nationality Goals
1 Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal 126
2 Lionel Messi Argentina 112
3 Raul Spain 71
4 Karim Benzema France 60
5 Ruud van Nistelrooy Netherlands 56
6 Robert Lewandowski Poland 53
7 Thierry Henry France 50
8 Alfredo Di Stefano Argentina 49
9 Andriy Shevchenko Ukraine 48
9 Zlatan Ibrahimovic Sweden 48

Champions League Predictions:

Champion: Juventus – Cristiano Ronaldo shows up as persevering as ever and notwithstanding a late spring of change and neglecting to locate the correct mix yet, every one of the pieces are there and Maurizio Sarri’s European achievement a year ago demonstrates he’ll do what’s required to capitalise once they arrive in the final stages. 

Top scorer: Cristiano Ronaldo. If I believe Juve are finally going to get over the raise then it’s a fair bet the genius will have plenty to do with it.

Breakout player: Erling Braut Haland. Son of Alf-Inge, you may recall him scoring nine goals in a single game at the Under-20 World Cup in May. He has 14 out of eight for RB Salzburg, who are the dim steeds in Liverpool’s group.

Surprise package– Inter Milan. Antonio Conte is a phenomenal administrator and Inter marked very well in the mid-year. They have an extreme group yet I figure they could astound a couple.

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