Wednesday, September 22

The draw for the group stage of the Champions 2021/22, in full


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The draw for the latest edition of the Champions League group stage was held a short time ago and in turn, a host of noteworthy talking points were unveiled.

Back in action

Of course, the most important competition in European club football will return to our screens next month.

After Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea secured glory on the continent last time, 31 rival clubs will now dethrone the Blues from their position at the top of the European football ladder.

And, as noted above, before the start of the action, the draw for the next group stage was held on Thursday.

All four pots included typical heavyweights from across the continent, and a couple of long overdue returns had also been made, namely Serie A heavyweights AC Milan.

Are Manchester United facing past demons, an ordeal for Liverpool and a reunion between Messi and Ronaldo?  Key takeaways from the CL giveaway

NAPLES, ITALY – NOVEMBER 22: Zlatan Ibrahimovic of AC Milan celebrates after scoring his team’s first goal during the Serie A match between SSC Napoli and AC Milan at Stadio San Paolo on November 22, 2020 in Naples, Italy. Italy’s sports stadiums remain under strict restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, as the government’s social distancing laws prohibit fans within venues, causing games to be played behind closed doors. (Photo by Francesco Pecoraro / Getty Images)

Underdogs also appeared in abundance, with players like Malmo, Club Brugge and Moldovan rookies Sheriff Tiraspol looking for surprises in the coming months.

Chelsea vs Juventus, Man City vs PSG

So who has who?

Well, when it comes to Premier League heavyweights Liverpool and Manchester City, on paper they seem ready to endure the toughest roads into the knockout stages.

The former will be forced to sail in a group that includes all the Spanish champions, Atlético de Madrid, the Portuguese giants FC Porto and the reborn AC Milan of Stefano Pioli.

Meanwhile, City are facing a delightful pair of clashes with Paris Saint-Germain. Interestingly, such meetings could still see Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo go head-to-head once again, with the former, of course, now on the books at the Parc des Princes, and CR7 tipped heavily for an Etihad trade during. next week.

On the other hand, Messi’s former club, Barcelona, ​​will renew their relations with Bayern Munich, while Benfica will not prove easy either.

Titanic showdowns between Chelsea and Juventus, and Real Madrid and Inter Milan are also in the shop, while Borussia Dortmund and Ajax, both taking their places in Group C, are sure to excite many neutrals.

Lastly, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United faces a difficult task to beat the always dangerous Atalanta and La Liga’s Villarreal, who led the Red Devils to the Europa League title last season.

See the full 2021/22 Champions League group stage draw below:

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# Team MP D P
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2 Chelsea Football Club 2 5 6
3 Liverpool FC 2 5 6
4 Brighton and Hove Albion 2 3 6
5 Tottenham Hotspur 2 2 6
6 United manchester 2 4 4
7 Everton FC 2 2 4
8 Brentford fc 2 2 4
9 Manchester city 2 4 3
10 Aston Villa 2 1 3
eleven Watford FC 2 -1 3
12 Leicester City 2 -2 3
13 Southampton FC 2 -2 1
14 crystal Palace 2 -3 1
fifteen Leeds United 2 -4 1
sixteen Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 -2 0
17 FC Burnley 2 -3 0
18 Newcastle united 2 -4 0
19 Arsenal FC 2 -4 0
twenty Norwich city 2 -8 0
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Fernandes, Bruno United manchester 3
Benrahma said West Ham United 2
Ings, Danny Aston Villa 2
Maupay, Neal Brighton and Hove Albion 2
Calvert-Lewin, Dominic Everton FC 2
Jota, Diogo Liverpool FC 2
Greenwood, Mason United manchester 2
Salah, Mohamed Liverpool FC 1
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Richarlison Everton FC 1
Dennis, Emmanuel Watford FC 1
James, Reece Chelsea Football Club 1
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