PSG will have a challenge against Juventus at the start of the Champions League

Paris Saint Germain has taken a huge turn in its performance, but its true test will be this Tuesday when it faces two-time champion Juventus, a great match that opens the UEFA Champions League, whose Orejona is the “obligatory” crown for the French troop.

The attractive initial menu of the world’s greatest club competition also features Bayern Munich-Inter Milan as another of the main dishes.

The most feared PSG ever has scored goals in all the matches between the Super Cup and the domestic championship, except for their table (1-1) against the always prominent Monaco in Ligue1, adding an unprecedented barrage of 22 goals, with only four allowed.

But none of that serves as a great parameter against rivals that do not have the level of the Parisian club: it is Juve who will put it to the real test with Dusan Vlahovic, the star expatriates from PSG, Leonardo Paredes and Ángel de María, with Juan Cuadrado and the rest.

The fantastic trident of Kylian Mbappé, Lionel Messi and a sky-high Neymar, in addition to a midfield full of stars and not to mention the Praetorian defenders and door, arrives this season with a much greater candidacy to win the coveted Orejona, thanks to the trainer Christophe Galtier, with convincing results in all orders.

This PSG leads the biggest suitors, but the kickoff would set the tone for residents of the Eiffel Tower.

Other matches

In addition to the day, Real Madrid will visit Scottish Celtic with a squad that, although it lost the enormous Casemiro, has everything to repeat the Orejona. Meanwhile, Leipzig receives the Ukrainian Shakhtar Donetsk; Sevilla will be at home against the powerful Manchester City, and AC Milan, the second most titled in UCL (7), will go to the Austrian Salzburg.

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Dinamo Zagreb receives the feared Chelsea, who with the reinforcement of Raheem Sterling, Mateo Kovacic, Thiago Silva and Conor Gallagher is once again a candidate in the Champions League.

Borussia Dortmund, who let go of the superbo scorer Erling Halland, will receive the Danish Copenhagen, and closes the day Benfica’s clash against the Israeli Maccabi Haifa, back from 2010.

In Wednesday’s games, the Fuhrer hosts the Italian Inter, where the Bavarians arrive with their thunder led by the Senegalese Sadio Mané and Thomas Müeller, starring on all flanks: Jamal Musiala, Joshua Kimmich, Matthijs de Ligt, Benjamin Pavard, among others. others.

They will face a rival with the gunpowder of Lautaro Martínez, Edin Dzeko and an impenetrable defense led by Milan Skriniar.

Meanwhile, Álvaro Morata, Joao Félix, Antoine Griezmann and goalkeeper Jan Oblak’s Atlético Madrid will play at home against Porto; Barcelona receives the Czech Plzeñ, where the Dominican Alejandro Balde would make history as the first to start in a Champions League. The youngster (18 years old) has convinced coach Xavi of his talent.

The azulgranas gave the summer hit with the lethal Robert Lewandowski, and this Champions League promises a lot in pursuit of the world top, with a squad almost ready to make the great qualitative leap, with Pedri, Ansu Fati and a group that rises like foam.

English Tottenham receives Marseille; while Portuguese Sporting travels to Frankfurt, Belgian club Brugge will start at home against returning German Leverkusen. Finally, the Italian Naples receives the always feared Liverpool.

 

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