Liverpool run FC CL roller coaster: Messi and PSG experience bitter disappointment

Liverpool FC operates the CL roller coaster
Messi and PSG are experiencing bitter disappointment

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are starting the Champions League almost synchronously with their new teams: two global superstars of football are experiencing bitter disappointments. Jurgen Globe, on the other hand, successfully manages the nerve-wracking European Cup evening.

The Paris Saint-Germain star team lost a win at the start of the Champions League season. Despite attacking artists Neymar, Kylian Mbabane and new signing Lionel Messi in the starting line-up, French football did not go beyond 1-1 (1-1) at Club Bruges. Properly strong Ander Herrera gave Paris the lead fifteen minutes later, but the Belgian underdog did not hide. Captain Hans Vanagen equalized (27.). Before the break, Bruges missed more chances, thus serving well with the PSG point. Manchester City are top of Group A after 6: 3 (3: 1) against RP Leipzig.

The first Champions League appearance in New Jersey was as disappointing for Lionel Messi as it was for Cristiano Ronaldo: the second global superstar to change clubs this summer, scoring for Manchester United on Tuesday, surprisingly prevented from being beaten by the Young Boys Bern. The Portuguese scored the first goal of the new Champions League season (13th) at 1: 2 (1: 0) against the Swiss champions coached by David Wagner. Nicholas Mimi Ngamale (66th) and Jordan Seabatsu (90th + 5) turned the game around.

The globe is still lagging behind

Another Premier League representative won with Liverpool FC. Coach Jurgen Klopp’s Ginger battled it out for a 3-2 (1-2) victory in the new editions of the 2005 and 2007 Champions League finals against AC Milan. The home page excited it unnecessarily because they were too high for the long haul. A couple of punches shortly before the break put Liverpool in crisis. The winning goal was scored by captain Jordan Henderson (69th). Team rivals Atletico Madrid and FC Porto played 0-0. According to the Portuguese, Sanchez Mbemba flew off the field in red after an emergency brake at stop time.

In Lisbon, former Frankfurt Sebastian Holler made his mark in the sport. With four packs, the striker made his debut in Europe’s highest club competition, helping Ajax Amsterdam to a 5-1 (3-1) victory at Sporting. This means that the Dutch are ahead of Group C over Borussia Dortmund. BVB previously beat Besiktas Istanbul 2-1 (2-0) at home.

Newcomer Sheriff Trosspole also celebrated a successful premiere. The Moldovan Champions team defeated Shakhtar Donetsk of Ukraine 2-0 (1-0). The goals for the domestic team, who struggled through the qualifiers, were scored by Adama Troy (16th) and Momo Yansan (62nd). These are the first goals of a Moldovan team in first class. Traspole are top of Group D with Real Madrid winning 1-0 (0-0) in a strength test between two heavyweights at Inter Milan.

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