Champions League 2018/19


#21

Yeah depay for the boys


#22

What a day in Spain.

Real Madrid demolish Roma 3-0 with absolute pearlers from Isco, Bale, and a GOLAZO from Mariano.

Then, in Valencia, CR7 gets a shocking red card, leaves the field in tears, yet watches 10-man Juventus score on two penalties and win 0-2.


#23

You can’t seriously be pi55ed at Ronnie


#24

Me? I love that guy. I didn’t think he deserved the red. I know how much the UCL means to him.


#25

Ffs. No idea why I even got up early for this rubbish :roll_eyes:


#26

Unfortunately I can’t say I’m surprised mate.


#27

Napoli score in the 90th minute, up 1-0 at home against Liverpool.

Stock standard results elsewhere.


#28

Great to see to Italian teams get up and great to see Liverpool finally lose. Good results all round


#29

Very very poor from the Reds. Offered little attacking threat going forward. A mixture of good defending and luck kept it scoreless until the death. Napoli fully deserve the 3 points.


#30

Liverpool and City to still qualify but Spurs and United possibly to the EL.


#31

I think United are lucky that Young Boys are in our group. In a stronger group we’d probably finish last on current form.


#32

I’d be very surprised if we got more than a point against Juve in our next 2 fixtures so it will all come down to Valencia on the road


#33

I agree. Assuming that Juve v Valencia goes as expected.


#34

Spurs copped Messi in full flight, scored two, hit the post a couple of times, set up others. Barca were a class above.


#35

Juve get the points against United, sitting pretty at the top of their group without conceding a goal this whole campaign


#36

Going along very nicely


#37

United had a good chance to get something today. Juve switched off in the second half and have done it regularly this season after going 1-0. It’s annoying as a fan.


#38

Surprised to get a draw. Will take that.


#39

Spurs sucking absolute balls with 1 point from 3 matches


#40

Predictable 4-0 win against Red Star at Anfield. Salah (x2), Mane and Firmino all on the scoresheet. Fabinho and Shaqiri both started and did very well. PSG held by Napoli 2-2.