UEFA Champions League 2020 Semifinals
The German team and the French team will meet their forces this Wednesday in the second semifinal of the Champions League.
One of the most senior tournaments in football on the Old Continent is undoubtedly the UEFA Champions League, which returns this month with the remaining duels of the round of 16, which were pending before the pandemic due to Covid-19 in the world.
UEFA’s first decision to reorganize the tournament was to prioritize the completion of local tournaments. Thus, first the Bundesliga (Friday, May 15), LaLiga (June 11), Serie A (June 20) and then the Premier League (June 17) returned , with leagues such as France that decided to end their competition.
On June 17, UEFA announced the Champions League completion plan : the 2019/2020 UEFA Champions League quarter-finals, semi-finals and final are played in a direct knock-out tournament in Lisbon, Portugal , at the month of August.
Bayern Munich and Olympic Lyon will seek a place in the final of the Champions League this Wednesday, August 19, starting at 9:00 p.m., at the José Alvalade Stadium in Lisbon.
The French team gave the great surprise of the quarterfinals after eliminating Manchester City and beating them 1-3 . The Olympique Lyon is an historic opportunity because it can win the Champions League for the first time . Under manager Rudy Garcia , Lyon is surprising all football fans, quietly, working hard and with the idea of doing something great in the most important club competition in the world.
On the other hand, Bayern come to this appointment with the favorite band , and more after beating Barcelona 2-8 in the quarterfinals. The German team seeks to frame the season with the treble after having been proclaimed champions of the Bundesliga and the German Cup.
After an incredible beat to Barcelona of 8-2, Bayern is heading out as favorite by 2.5 goals against the Lyon an according to Sports Betting Dime, the favorite to win the Championship.
UEFA Champions League Bracket
Several players could say goodbye to their clubs after the end of the Champions League. Some of the most prominent are David Silva with Manchester City, Thiago Alcántara with Bayern Munich, Diego Costa with Atlético de Madrid and various elements of the incredible Atalanta.
The Champions League final is one of the most anticipated matches every season. Like every year, UEFA had a calendar fine-tuned and ready to show off, but the coronavirus changed everyone’s plans. For this reason, the big game that was to be played on May 30 at the Ataturk stadium in Turkey had to look for new plans.