After a 1-1 split against Paris Saint-Germain, Club Brugge will seek a new achievement on Tuesday at the RB Arena in Leipzig on the second day of the Champions League, in Group A.
TheOn September 15, Brugeois created a sensation with the stampede of Paris Saint-Germain and its stars. Blauw-Zwart had a 1-1 split and could have claimed the win after a completely controlled meeting.
Confident after this performance, the club faces Tuesday its second challenger in difficult Group A, Leipzig, the vice-champion of Germany. An opponent with a completely different profile than PSG: dynamic, fast, strong on the counterattack, adept at throttle. But the people of Bruges believe in this achievement. “Everyone has to reach their level first, and some players still have to raise their level. We will try to play with conviction and courage. We have to be able to play despite their pressure. The confidence is there,” Bruges coach Philippe Clement said at a press conference.
“We have our qualities and can hurt every team,” Hans Vanaken emphasized. “The danger with us comes from different angles. If you can challenge a team like PSG, one of the best teams in the world, you can do it against every team. And that is what we have to do.”
In the first round, Leipzig lost to Manchester City 6-3. Citizens who are going to the Parc des Princes to challenge Paris Saint-Germain in today’s shock.
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