The Champions League starts again on 7 August with the second leg of the second round not yet played. Then the final eight with a dry game.
The Champions League starts again on 7-8 August with the return matches not yet played in the round of 16.
After the return matches, quarters, semi-finals and final, scheduled for 23 August. All with the formula of the Final Eight in Lisbon, a necessary decision after the coronavirus pandemic.
Already qualified for the quarterfinals Atalanta, Atletico Madrid, Leipzig and Paris Saint-Germain who had played the return of the quarterfinals before the European lockdown.
The other four round of 16 second leg (7-8 August) that will decide the four teams missing for the draw remain to be played:
Barcelona-Naples 1-1, Juventus-Lyon 0-1, Manchester City-Real Madrid 2-1, Bayern Munich-Chelsea 3-0.
Match 1: Lyon- Juventus against Real Madrid-Manchester City;
Match 2: Leipzig against Atletico Madrid;
Match 3: Napoli-Barcelona against Chelsea-Bayern Munich;
Match 4: Atalanta -Psg.
The semifinal scoreboard
Vinc. Match 1 – Vinc. Match 3;
Vinc. Match 2 – Win Match 4.
Percassi: "It's a dream, something historic"
“It is a dream to be there, for Atalanta and for the city of Bergamo it is something historical. The opponent is very strong, but we are in the quarterfinals and it could not be otherwise.
Atalanta will play its chances with humility, with great determination, bearing in mind that for us it is going to school, learning to improve.
It is certainly an experience that will do the club very well with growth that is taking place. It will be a memorable match for the history of Atalanta ”.
So the president of the Bergamo club, Antonio Percassi , comments hot on Sky Sport live the outcome of the draw that will face Atalanta and PSG in the quarterfinals in a race where the Gasperini boys do not start already defeated.
Also in consideration of the fact that they will arrive at the Lisbon challenge 'run-in' by the championship, while the French have been stopped since March and will not play official games until the Champions League. (source AGI)
Source: Blitz Quotidiano