The UEFA champions league which was played on Wednesday saw three clubs making a difference despite not playing at home.
These clubs are likely the favorites to make the final top eight when the 2017/18 UEFA Champions league comes to an end next year. And this include PSG, Chelsea and Manchester United. Below are a summary of how the game went yesterday night:
- Chelsea surpassing expectations in Europe
Who could believe that Chelsea will win Atletico Madrid at their home in yesterday’s UEFA Champions league game. Every Chelsea fan who watched the game could believe that yes it was not easy winning the game yesterday but the truth remains that Chelsea fc has really shown that yes they are really the Champions of EPL. But Chelsea, been the third club to visit Atletico Madrid‘s new venue, showed no signs of intimidation and left the ground with three points by virtue of a 2-1 victory.
- PSG is overwhelming favourite in Group B
There were so many questions which was asked when the draw for the group stage was made and many were like who will top the Group B. But from the results we are seeing so far, we don’t need a a spiritualists to tell us what we can see with our eyes as we can see that at the end of two matchdays, there are no doubts about the answer. Paris Saint-Germain‘s 3-0 victory over Bayern Munich at the Parc des Princes was as convincing at it could have been. PSG required only two minutes to draw first blood, and at no point did it look like Bayern stood a chance in the first meeting between the two clubs since 2000.
The new signing who has been a major talk on the global newspaper Neymar was the best footballer on the pitch by a disrance, scoring one goal, one assist, six dribbles, six fouled, and four.
- Second season’s the charm for Mourinho
There are really a great changes taking place at Manchester United in its second campaign under manager Jose Mourinho and it is very important for you to know that it’s no surprise – for any club managed by Mourinho, it’s the second season under his command when things click. Look at FC Porto‘s conquest of the Champions League in 2003-04, Internazionale‘s treble in 2009-10, Real Madrid‘s La Liga title in 2009-10, and Chelsea’s Premier League glory in 2014-15.
Yesterday’s night Manchester United’s 4-1 victory at PFC CSKA Moscow was another game in which the Red Devils showed how well they’re gelling under the special one who’s rebuilding the club’s attack into one of Europe’s most fashionable. Romelu Lukaku and Anthony Martial took the Koni to the slaughterhouse in the first half, and by the time the final whistle sounded, Henrikh Mkhitaryan had also found the back of the net.