Malmo 0 vs 1 Chelsea – Tuesday 2nd November
The Champions of Europe went to Sweden with a depleted squad with forwards Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner still on the sidelines through injury, however a second-half goal from Hakim Ziyech secured an invaluable three points for Chelsea which all but guaranteed yet another place in the knockout stages of Europe’s biggest competition. Tuchel’s blues now turn their attention to a huge encounter with the current group leaders Juventus, which will most probably decide which of the two teams will get the crucially favourable draw in the first knockout round, by securing first place in the group. The game at Stamford Bridge on the 23rd will be a mouth-watering contest and is not to be missed.
Atalanta 2 vs 2 Manchester United – Tuesday 2nd November
Where would Manchester United be without that man Cristiano Ronaldo? Fortunately for Man United fans we don’t have to find out, as the Portugal star saved Ole’s blushes once again in Italy. Ronaldo’s second goal of the game secured a crucial point for the Red Devils and puts them top of the group on goal difference, with a trip to Villarreal before what could be a season changing game against Young Boys at Old Trafford on Wednesday 8th December, you will not want to miss this game.
Liverpool 2 vs 0 Atletico Madrid – Wednesday 3rd November
Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool ensured qualification from group B with two games to spare after a brilliant night for the reds in front of a roaring Anfield crowd. The Merseyside team went 2-0 up early in the match through goals from Jota and Mane, before a red card for the visitors made it a very easy second half for the 2019 winners. The reds’ last home game is on the 24th November against Porto and offers a great chance to experience Anfield on a European night against a former winner of the competition, who need to win to secure their qualification alongside Liverpool from group B.
Manchester City 4 vs 1 Club Brugge – Wednesday 4th November
Manchester City took top spot in group A, opening up a 1 point lead over pre-season favourites Paris Saint-Germain with their win over Belgian side Club Brugge. The English champions went 1-0 up after 15 minutes before a John Stones own goal made it all square barely a minute after the City fans had finished celebrating their opener. However, Pep’s blues made light work of their opponents with goals from Mahrez, Sterling and Jesus rounding off a relatively straightforward evening for a team carrying the expectations of thousands of City fans, who are desperate to finally win their first Champions League crown. City and PSG will battle it out for top spot in the group when the Parisians go to the Etihad on the 24th November, and there are few better chances to see the world’s best on the biggest stage, than this game.
Other upcoming fixtures:
Liverpool v Arsenal – 20th November 2021
Tottenham v Leeds – 21st November 2021
Chelsea v Juventus – 23rd November 2021
Manchester City v PSG - 24th November 2021
Liverpool v Porto – 24th November 2021
Leicester v Legia Warsaw – 25th November 2021
Liverpool v Southampton – 27th November 2021
Arsenal v Newcastle United – 27th November 2021
Chelsea v Manchester United – 28th November 2021
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