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Match Day 6; three (3) key games to watch in Tuesday UEFA Champion League Clash


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The UEFA Champions League would take centre stage on Tuesday night as the likes of Real Madrid, Liverpool and FC Porto take on their respective opponent in the group stage.

And with the match, the last group game in Europe knock out places beckons for the various team after 90 minutes of football as the match looms in the next couple of hours.

Here,Isagoal.com reveals the three key matches UEFA Champions League viewers should look forward to in Europe on Tuesday night.

Real Madrid vs. Inter Milan

Real Sociedad vs Real Madrid: times, TV and how to watch online - AS.com

Both European heavyweights would be in action against each other as it promises to be a battle royale between the two group aspirants.

Both sides are on point on the domestic scene with positive results in La Liga and in Serie A at the weekend respectively.

But both teams would not be resting on their oars as we envisage a classic night of football laden with quality at the famous Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.

Ac Milan vs. Liverpool

It promises to be a long-lasting fury with Liverpool and AC Milan establishing rivalry notably after that famous 2005 Champion League come back for the Reds.

It promises to be a sterling showdown with AC Milan aiming for a measure of revenge ahead of this tie.

They lost 3-2 to Liverpool at Anfield despite going ahead in that game. And with their 2-0 win in Italy last weekend, they would be in the right frame of mind for this match against Jurgen Klopp’s men at home.

FC Porto vs. Athletico Madrid

Doubles for Salah and Firmino as Liverpool thrash Porto | Reuters

Both sides are the heavyweights in their respective leagues but they’ve been playing a kind of second fiddle to Liverpool in this UEFA Champions League group.

Both sides have lost home and away against Jurgen Klopp’s men this term. And it remains to be seen who would come out on top in this fixture.

Even the fact that FC Porto is playing at home could hand them the edge in this tie with a place in the Europa League up for grabs for the side that finishes third in the group stage.           

This article was updated 1 year ago

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