Last night the first rounds of the Champions League quarterfinals ended with Chelsea being the only one to get the tie on track, as well as a Real Madrid that has it favorable. For the rest, there is a lot of uncertainty about who the semifinalists may be seeing the course of the first leg bets. We see what we consider to be the ideal eleven:
The Costa Rican goalkeeper of Paris Saint Germain was one of the key figures of the match, with 10 saves after 31 shots from a Bayern München that fell (2-3) besieging the Gauls.
Chelsea’s English left winger was remarkable on the defensive side, with good interceptions and punts on the flank. In addition, he was the author of the second goal to close a very favorable result (0-2) for the return at Stamford Bridge.
Real Madrid received Liverpool in a game where there were no good omens in defense. The already known injury to Sergio Ramos and the last-minute loss of Raphaël Varane due to COVID-19 forced the Brazilian to line up, who was far from having an optimal level previously. However, it was a notorious contest and was very effective in the rear in the triumph (3-1) of white.
The Brazilian defender of Paris Saint Germain was very solid during the half hour that he was seen in the Allianz Arena, intervening in the Bavarian attempts. He scored a goal in the 28th minute and two later had to retire injured.
The French right-back of Bayern München was very daring in his offensive internships, taking into account that on his side he had an always electric Kylian Mbappé. The assistance of the first local goal was born from his feet, ten minutes after the two rivals and that put his team in the game.
The German Bayern München midfielder was imperial giving 10 key passes that, according to WhoScored, they have only beaten twice in a Champions League tie on two occasions since 2010. He was the metronome for the Bavarians and also connected with Thomas Müller as he established the provisional tie.
The Belgian Manchester City midfielder was one of the few dynamizers of the game in a very passive approach of Pep Guardiola’s. He scored the first goal taking advantage of a counterattack when arriving from the second line and originated the play of the second, without being assisted by him, to beat (2-1) Borussia Dortmund.
If the former was one of the accelerators of the game, the other was the English left winger. He was in charge of scoring the goal of the victory of the citizens in the final moments and shortly after receiving the tie. He was very active, both on the side and in the center, and had chances to score more.
The Brazilian left winger of Real Madrid decided to appear on a night where the team needed him and was in charge of opening and closing the electronic with two goals against Liverpool. He knew how to attack the spaces very well, especially coming through the center and making Trent Alexander-Arnold suffer a lot from the side.
The Brazilian attacker knew how to read the game very well in an ideal context for Paris Saint Germain, who suffered in defense but attacked with great freedom. With spaces and such a differential footballer in decision-making, his two assists served to connect in the first two goals, putting the tie in the face in the initial half hour of play.
The proper name of Paris Saint Germain in this tie is being French. He opened the scoring after three minutes of play at the Allianz Arena and scored the last, assuming a jug of cold water for a Bayern München that had drawn less than ten minutes before a game that had been complicated.