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Ten games of the 2018/19 Champions League

Ten games of the 2018/19 Champions League


Ten games of the 2018/19 Champions League
1 Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus v Manchester United) – fourth group match on 4 September
Technical observers say: Passage equals a strong volley.

2 Lionel Messi (Barcelona and Liverpool) – first and last leg, 01/05/2019
Technical observers say: Powerful and accurate.

3 Sadio Mané (Bayern vs Liverpool) – 2nd round draw, 13/03/2019
Tech observers say: The right way to go is beyond the reach of good control, turning and shooting.

4 Ivan Rakitić (Tottenham v Barcelona) – Group stage second day, 03/10/2018
Technical observers say: A simple version with extreme difficulty.

5 Leroy Sané (Manchester City v Hoffenheim) – Six-day group action, 12/12/2018
The technical observers say: Strongly kick ass.

6 Kylian Mbappé (Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain) – First leg round, 12/02/2019
Technical observers say: The fast-paced operation ended by a fine crossing to the country of Mbappé in which the upgrades and finishes were very efficient.

7 Raheem Sterling (Manchester City v Shakhtar Donetsk) – Group stage fourth on September 4
Technical observers say: Good manners, impressions and rotations from a team of players and open to getting into the corner.

8 Ousmane Dembélé (Barcelona vs. Tottenham) – Sixth Division, 11/12/2018
Technical observers say: A good person that includes great speed and stability.

9 Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona vs. Manchester United) – Second round semi-final, 16/04/2019
Technical observers say: The fire was launched into a corner.

10 Luis Suárez (Barcelona vs Liverpool) – Final round match, 01/05/2019
Technical observers say: A deep center console and a steep slope to the lower Jordi Alba.

UEFA technical observers in Madrid
Thomas Schaaf (Germany), Peter Rudbæk (Denmark), David Moyes (Scotland), Raúl González (Spain), Packie Bonner (Republic of Ireland), Michael O’Neill (Northern Ireland), Gareth Southgate (England), Roberto Martínez (Spain) ), Ginés Meléndez (Spain)

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