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⚽ Good morning to everyone but especially …
THE UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
Have an American football-sized hole in your heart (and your sports-viewing schedule)? Let me suggest European football: The UEFA Champions League’s Round of 16 begins today, and it includes stars, drama and a super team looking to repeat — just like the Chiefs. Best of all, it’s all available on CBS and/or Paramount+!
Here’s today’s action:
Copenhagen vs. Manchester City (preview)RB Leipzig vs. Real Madrid (preview)
Manchester City is looking to join Real Madrid (2016-18) as the only teams to repeat as champion. The Citizens are atop Chuck Booth’s Power Rankings and are a unanimous pick to win today from our CBSSports.com and Morning Footy experts.
The Manchester City name most people know — and for good reason — is Erling Haaland, the Citizens’ goal-scoring extraordinaire. Or perhaps it’s midfield maestro Kevin de Bruyne. But as James Benge explains, it’s a different star who could lift the Citizens to the title.
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Author : Zachary Pereles
Publish date : 2024-02-13 14:05:29
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