Publicado: Sol, Marcha 17, 2019
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Premier League champions prioritising other trophies, says Danny Mills

Premier League champions prioritising other trophies, says Danny Mills

There is an all-Premier League clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City, who can still win four trophies this season, with the first leg being the second game Spurs will play at their new home on the footprint of the old White Hart Lane.

Liverpool will believe they have one foot in the next round after being paired with FC Porto, but with the draw also mapping out the route to the final with potential semifinals too, how will the quarterfinals play out?

Last season, Messi was helpless as his side crashed out at the same stage after a stunning 3-0 loss to Roma and United will be hoping for a similarly toothless performance from the great man.

"I am not happy neither unhappy: I believe that they will be two attractive games", Juventus vice president Pavel Nedved told Juventus.com.

"I think there is a possibility they could do it, but I do believe Juventus and Barcelona, they were two of my favourites at the beginning".

Home teams dominated again in Week 30, winning seven of the 10 matches.

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A short distance away, 39 people were being treated in hospital for gunshot wounds and other injuries inflicted in the massacre. Until Friday, the country's worst mass shooting was in 1990, when a lone gunman killed 13 people in the small town of Aramoana.

"We are confident", Manchester City director of football Txiki Begiristain told ManCity.com.

"My standards are high, but the players, the club, the fans, if we are consistent, and humble doing what we do. Now we know it, let's prepare".

"I think the owners want the Champions League, that's what they came in to do - it's the toss of a coin, they'd probably take one or the other". The Champions League hasn't had a different victor since Barcelona claimed the title in 2015.

They also play in the Premier League in Manchester less than three days after the second leg.

The biggest tie of the round will see newly reborn Manchester United tackle Spanish superpower Barcelona.

Barca have a fantastic record against United in European competition, winning their last two encounters, both finals, quite comfortably. However, with first-place Manchester City occupied with an FA Cup clash with Swansea City this weekend, the path is clear for the Reds to return to the top of the table, at least temporarily.

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