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Europa League: West Ham face off! First the trip to France, then the big Barcelona?

The draw of the 1/4 finals pair of the Champions League is behind us, so now it is time to select the quarter-final pair of the remaining European matches. The Europa League has given England fans a boost this year with West Ham’s outstanding performance. The Hammers have now met the rival they will face in the next round of the tournament!

The tie with Sevilla will be remembered for a long time by all West Ham fans. David Moyes’ players expelled the team from Andalusia, which specializes in this match after extra time. Sevilla and the Europa League are inseparable pair – the Spanish players won the trophy in the league competition in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2020. This year they had even more inspiration because the final match will take place at their venue – Ramon Sanchez – Bijuan Stadium.

In the next round, West Ham players will also face a tough task – they will face French Lyon. However, as they admitted in post-match interviews yesterday, a win against Sevilla could bring them all down. The remaining pairs of the 1/4 finals of the Europa League will look like this:

RP Lipsk – Atlanta

Eintracht Frankfurt-Barcelona

West Ham – Leon

Prague – Rangers

Like the LM draw, one more league was chosen. The semifinals are as follows:

RP Lipsk / Atlanta – Prague / Rangers

West Ham/ Lyon – Eintracht Frankfurt / Barcelona

The winner of the semi-final will be the winner of the semi-final.

So West Ham have a chance to face Barcelona in the semi-finals. We cross our fingers for the players of David Moyes and hope that their beautiful adventure in the European Cups will last as long as possible.

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The draw for the quarterfinals of the UEFA Conference League will begin at 15:00. The next step is to get to know his rival LeicesterIt removed Ren yesterday. Potential rivals on Brendan Rodgers’ squad include AS Roma, Olympique Marseille and Slavia Prague.

We talked about West Ham and Leicester’s performance in the European Cups on the Lions’ Salons podcast, which you can watch on our YouTube channel!