Best moments from the Second Round of Champions League 18-19
The second round of group games showed spectacular goals from all angles.
We have seen and analysed everything and here it is the descriptions of the Second Round of Uefa Champions League.
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After controversial First Round, world’s favourite tournament Uefa Champions League returned. Apart from Tottenham vs Barcelona, there were other interesting matches that made mouth-watering us.
Therefore, we describe what happened in this second round. We are going to mention: anecdotes, remarkable goals and the most spectacular mindset on the field. This is the Uefa Champions League, the next descriptions always with respect:
Arturo Vidal, the Chilean midfielder showed his discontent after not being in the line up at Wembley. Just after the game against Tottenham, he demonstrated his anger in a publication where you could see an emoticon not happy at all.
Three-time defending champions Real Madrid were left stunned by Russia’s CSKA Moscow, 1-0 at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on Tuesday. It was CSKA’s most famous victory in the history of the European competition. Congratulations CSKA.
Julian Nagelsmann, Hoffenheim’s youngest coach in Champions League history. he already debut against Shakhtar Donetsk finished 2-2 and put in danger Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City victory three days ago.
The goalkeeper of Valencia, Neto, was a lifesaver for Valencia leaving Manchester united without his deserved victory.
Manchester City are spluttering at the start of the Champions League and needed a late David Silva winner to beat Hoffenheim. The Spanish player scored in the last minutes to rescue Pep Guardiola and his team. This man is a hero.
Paulo Dybala, Džeko and Neymar are the killers. Each of them scored a hat-trick.
Justin Kluivert, the 19-year-old, son of the legendary Dutch forward Patrick Kluivert, scored in the 73rd minute and became the youngest goal scorer in the history of Roma in the European Cup in an unforgettable goal for him who wanted to dedicate to an ex-partner, Abdelhak Nouri, with whom he played together in the lower categories of Ajax. Also, he shows the number 34 in the back as it was the number of Nouri had in Ajax and whose career was cut short due to a severe brain damage left him with serious sequels for life.
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