A few weeks ago, fate merged Benfica and Liverpool in Lisbon. Both teams will play in the Champions League quarter-finals this year. The first confrontation takes place in the Portuguese capital, Estadio da Luz. In the previous round, the Eagles thrashed Ajax Amsterdam, who had excelled at the group stage. The Portuguese team first drew 2-2 in front of their own home crowd and then won 1-0. Why should Benfica not be surprised again?
UEFA Champions League. Should Liverpool win?
The team led by Jurgen Globe is having a great season. The Reds still have a chance to win the final in four different games. They are battling Manchester City for the England Championship and are only one point behind the Citizens. Liverpool face Inter Milan in the first round of the knockout stage. The German coach’s team defeated the Italian champions 2-0 at home, and lost 0-1 in the second leg, confirming their promotion to the quarter – finals of the Champions League. Interestingly, this is their first failure in this edition.
The Reds outperform Mars rivals by several classes. The Liverpool team is very strong and in principle should not have a problem beating the Lisbon club in their place. However, Orły will definitely stand out against England. The Beatles city team in particular has never played easily with Benfica in front of its fans. The last time these teams clashed was in 2010 at the European Cups. Later, in the Europa League quarterfinals at Estadio da Luz, the hosts won 2: 1 after two goals from Oscar Cardoso.
UEFA Champions League. Benfica Lisbon – Liverpool. When is the match and at what time? Where to watch TV broadcasts and online streams?
The first quarter-final between Benfica and Lisbon will be played on Tuesday, April 5. The match is scheduled to start at 21:00. The broadcast of this fight will be available on the Internet via the Polsat Sport Premium 2 and the Polsat Box Go application.
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