Champions League Quarter Final Preview.
Barcelona vs PSG Eindhoven
For the second successive year, all of the Champions League Quarter Finals have gone to replays. This has left all ties hanging in the balance, none more so than Barcelona vs PSV. Many believe this to be a forgone conclusion, with the Catalan Dragons grabbing an easy victory. But before you draw conclusions, remember how they struggled without their star man Messi at the weekend against Mallorca. This game really is anyone’s for the taking. And by that, I mean Barcelona will definitely win. By any means necessary.
Borussia Dortmund vs. Malaga
If, like me, you absolutely definitely watched the first leg, you’ll know just how much of a game we could/couldn’t have on our hands. Some people compare this game to the rise of German fascism with the rise of rise of Spanish fascism, I wouldn’t, because it’s football. I’d put your money on Dortmund to win on away goals with Malaga to clinch the away goals victory.
Galatasaray vs. Real Madrid
Records are set to be broken tonight - If Drogba scores tonight it will be the first time an Ivorian has scored for Galatasaray in the quarter finals against Real Madrid. Not only that, but if Real Madrid keep a clean sheet it will be the first time a Spanish club has kept a clean sheet against a Turkish side in the Champions League quarter finals, except for when Real Madrid did it last week. If that wasn’t incentive enough to tune in then don’t worry because you can fully expect a goalless draw and for Madrid to go through.
Juventus vs Bayern Munich
The score in the first leg means there’s a lot of football left in this tie yet and neither team will want to lose and both teams will want to win. Juventus will certainly want to win this one, but how will Bayern react? Unfortunately you might have to watch it to find out. One thing is for sure both teams will be avoiding a draw as another replay might just ruin their league title run in.