Manchester City – Dortmund, Rangers – Napoli: Champions League – live | Champions League

main events

Full time: Shakhtar Donetsk 1-1 Celtic

Sixth group: Celtic dominated for long stretches of the match in Warsaw, squandering several astonishing chances to get the three points from their Ukrainian “host”.

Shakhtar Donetsk 1-1 Celtic: Despite long periods of Celtic dominance in the second half, everything remains the same in Warsaw, where Ange Postecoglou’s side squandered several excellent opportunities to claim victory. Just like last week, their extravagance in front of goal is costing them a lot. It’s extra time…

Chelsea x Salzburg: Graham Potter began his stint as Chelsea manager by making three changes to his game against RB Salzburg. A week after Thomas Tuchel was sacked following Chelsea’s 1-0 defeat to Dinamo Zagreb, Potter is remembering defenders Thiago Silva and Marc Cucurella alongside midfielder Jorginho.

Ben Chilwell, Wesley Fofana and Kalidou Koulibaly all fall to the bench where, for whatever reason, young goalkeeper Edward Mendy seems to have nowhere to go.

Milan 3-1 Dinamo Zagreb: Tommaso Pobega regained the two-goal difference for Milan at San Siro, with 13 minutes of regular time remaining.

Juventus squad vs Benfica

Juventus: Perin, Bremer, Bonucci, Danilo, Cuadrado, McKinney, Paredes, Meretti, Kostik, Milik, Vlahovic.

Subs: Di Siglio, Gatti, Kane, Di Maria, Pensolio, Rugani, Soleil, Garovani, Fagioli, Barbieri.

Benfica: Flashodemos, Bah, Otamendi, Silva, Grimaldo, Florentino, Jeremias, Neres, Rafa Silva, Joao Mario, Goncalo Ramos.

Subs: Orsnes, Goncalves, Benho, Cchinio, Ristic, Brooks, Musa, Araujo, Bernardo, Hilton-Leight, Draxler, Gilberto.

Rangers lineup against Napoli

Notice: McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Sands, Parisik, Jack, Lundstram, Arfield, Davis, Kent, Morelos.

Subs: Yilmaz, Colak, Matondo, Camara, Scott Wright, Davies, McCrory, Sakala, King, Devin, Tillman, Bodenaucas.

Naples: Merit, Di Lorenzo, Rahmani, Kim, Mario Roy, Zambo, Lobotka, Zelensky, Politano, Simeone, Kvaratskhelia.

Subs: Juan Jesus, Elmas, Idasac, Oliveira, Zerbin, Sirigu, Ostegaard, Zanoli, Gaetano, Rasbadori, Ndombele.

There is not a single summer deal in the Rangers squad to face Napoli…

– Ewan Murray (@mrewanmurray) September 14, 2022

Milan 2-1 Dinamo Zagreb: Mislav Orcic slipped away with a goal for the visitors at the San Siro, where Milan still led the single goal with three goals.

Maccabi Haifa squad against Paris Saint-Germain

Maccabi Haifa: Cohen, Sundgren, Batubinsika, Goldberg, Cornud, Chery, Lavi, Abu Fani, Atzili, Pierrot, Haziza.

Subs: Muhammad, Chebota, Menachem, Rukavitsia, Arad, David, Meir, Sik, Levi, Eliyahu, Gershon, Mishpati.

Paris Saint-Germain: Donnarumma, Mukele, Sergio Ramos, Marquinhos, Nuno Mendes, Verratti, Danilo Pereira, Vitina, Messi, Mbappe, Neymar.

Subs: Hakimi, Fabian, Bernat, Sergio Rico, Sarabia, Carlos Soler, Pichiapo, Zaire Emery, Eketek, Letelier.

Rule: Daniel Seibert (Germany)

Maccabi Haifa / Paris Saint-Germain
Paris Saint-Germain coach Christophe Galtier (left) and the club’s football advisor Luis Campos walk around the Sami Ofer Stadium in Haifa. Photo: Jack Guise/AFP/Getty Images

The starting line-up for Manchester City x Borussia Dortmund

Manchester Ederson, Stones, Akanji, Aki, Joao Cancelo, De Bruyne, Rodri, Gundogan, Mahrez, Haaland, Grealish.

Subs: Dias, Phillips, Ortega, Alvarez, Bernardo Silva, Gomez, Carson, Foden, Palmer, Luis, Wilson Ebrand.

Borussia Dortmund: Mayer, Meunier, Soleil, Hummels, Guerrero, Ozkan, Cannes, Bellingham, Rios, Modeste, Reina.

Subs: Schlutterbeek, Hazard, Wolff, Mukoko, Brandt, Malin, Adeyemi, Paslack, Roth, Unbehaon, Coulibaly.

Rule: Daniel Orsato (Italy)

Erling Haaland
Erling Haaland will line up against his former Borussia Dortmund teammates tonight. Photo: Alex Livesey / UEFA / Getty Images

Copenhagen starting line-up x Sevilla

FC Copenhagen: Ryan, Dix, Khocholava, Favreau, Christiansen, Zika, Stamenik, Jensen, Johansson, Darami, Clayson.

Subs: Sorensen, Lirager, Mukeru, Oskarson, Gilert, Boisin, Johnson, Karamoko, Arnar Haraldson, Bardegeje, Dethmere.

Seville: Dmitrovic, Carmona, Godeli, Salas, Alex Telles, Rakitic, Fernando, Delaney, Lamela, En Nasiri, Isco.

Subs: Rijk, Dolberg, Suso, Jordan, Januzaj, Mir, Bono, Kouassi, Jesus Navas, Acuna, Gomez, Flores.

Rule: Irfan Biljeto (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Chelsea x Salzburg squad

Chelsea: Arrizabalaga, James, Azpilicueta, Thiago Silva, Cucurella, Kovacic, Jorginho, Mount, Havertz, Aubameyang, Sterling.

Subs: Pulisic, Loftus-Cheek, Petinelli, Chaluba, Brugga, Zacharias, Chilwell, Zyish, Gallagher, Coulibaly, Chuquimica, Fofana.

Red Bull Salzburg: Cohn, Didek, Bernardo, Pavlovic, Olmer, Capaldo, Seewald, Kiergaard, Suchek, Fernando, Okafor.

Subs: Mantl, van der Brempt, Piatkowski, Baidoo, Kameri, Adamu, Koita, Simic, Diarra, Gourna-Douath, Sesko, Walke.

Rule: Ivan Kruzlik (Slovakia)

Graham Potter
Graham Potter will attend his first-ever Champions League game tonight, where he will also take charge of Chelsea for the first time. Photo: Darren Walsh/Chelsea/Getty Images

Milan 2-0 Dinamo Zagreb: Quick goals on both sides of the first half put Milan in an advantageous position against its Croatian guest. And Alexis Sailmakers scored the second Italian champions in the match, two minutes after the start of the second half.

Milan celebrate
Belgian winger Alexis Saelmakers celebrates scoring his team’s second goal against Dinamo Zagreb. Photograph: Daniel Mascolo/Reuters

Real Madrid v Leipzig squad

Real Madrid: Courtois, Carvajal, Rudiger, Nacho, Alaba, Modric, Chuamini, Camavinga, Valverde, Rodrygo, Vinicius Jr.

Subs: Vallego, Hazard, Kroos, Asensio, Lunin, Odriozola, Ceballos, Mendy, Mariano, Lopez.

RB Leipzig: Gulacsi, Simakan, Orban, Diallo, Raum, Haidara, Schlager, Nkunku, Forsberg, Szoboszlai, Werner.

Subs: Poulsen, André Silva, Blaswich, Halstenberg, Gvardiol, Novoa, Henrix, Campbell.

Rule: Maurizio Mariani (Italy)

RB Lweipzig
The old boy from Chelsea, Timo Werner (fifth from the left), plays in Leipzig’s squad to face Real Madrid at the Bernabeu tonight. Photo: Susanna Vera/Reuters

Milan 1-0 Dinamo Zagreb: Olivier Giroud gave Milan the lead in the first half against Dinamo Zagreb at the San Siro, scoring from the penalty spot before the break.

Manchester City x Borussia Dortmund: “Pep Guardiola is not worried about the possibility of a buildup later in the season. Manchester City vs Tottenham Postponed last weekend After the death of the Queen and their flight was transferred to Arsenal on October 19.”

Rangers – Naples: Giovanni van Bronckhorst challenged his team Notice To respond to the wounded criticism that followed the back-to-back and heavy defeats when he visited Naples Ibrox”, wrote Ioan Murray.

Chelsea x Salzburg: Graham Potter will be making his first ever post Champions League Tonight’s match, as he will have one of the best seats in the house as he takes charge of the host at Stamford Bridge for the first time since he was sent off from Brighton.

Tonight’s matches in the Champions League

Group A

Group E

F . group

Group G

group h

Some listening before the game

Weekly football podcast: Rory Smith and Philip O’Calliar were our special guests as we looked back at last night’s Champions League action, while we took some time to allow Rory to unabashedly write his new book, Expected Goals: The Story of How Data Invaded Football and Changed the Game Forever. You can listen by clicking on this link, or download in all the usual podcast places.

UEFA Champions League Group Stages

There are four British teams working in the nine Champions League Group matches will be played tonight, with Chelsea, Manchester City, Rangers and Celtic playing the second round of group matches.

After losing to Real Madrid last week, the Scottish champion It is located in the Polish capital, WarsawTheir rival, Shakhtar Donetsk of Ukraine, plays their Champions League matches at home. In one of the two early matches this evening, Anzhi Postecoglou’s team is currently … and at the same time in Group E, Milan host Dinamo Zagreb at the San Siro, where the result was …

We’ll keep you updated on all the goals while they’re across Europe, staying across all the key talking points and providing post-match feedback but in the meantime stay tuned for team news and developments before 8pm (BST).

See also  Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes shine in mid-season form

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.