Champions, like seeing Chelsea-Dortmund and Benfica-Brugge

Champions, like seeing Chelsea-Dortmund and Benfica-Brugge

It’s time for verdicts in the Champions League with the second leg of the round of 16 kicking off, starting with Chelsea-Borussia Dortmund and Benfica-Club Brugge back on the pitch on Tuesday evening. The Blues are looking for redemption at home against the Germans, while the Lusitanians want to confirm their 2-0 win in Belgium. Here’s how to watch the races in streaming and on TV. Chelsea starts from the 1-0 defeat in the first leg in Dortmund. Despite many chances created in the first leg, the English side were unable to get past goalkeeper Gregor Kobel and were punched by a memorable coast-to-coast goal from the very young talent Adeyemi. However, the London team can bet on a favorable statistic: in eight of the previous defeats in the first legs of the knockout phase of the cup, the Blues managed seven times to overturn the result in the second leg, thus obtaining qualification. Chelsea have also won seven of their last nine Champions League home games, with the exception of a 3-1 defeat by Real Madrid in last season’s quarter-finals and a 1-1 draw with Salzburg in the group stage of this edition. By contrast, Borussia Dortmund have progressed in five of their six previous meetings after winning the first leg of the knockout stage of Europe’s top competition. Tuesday evening will be the first time ever for the Germans at Stamford Bridge. In the last five Champions League away games against English teams, BVB has always lost: the last victory dates back to the 2-1 draw in 2013 at Arsenal. In the other match of the evening, Benfica will host Club Brugge, on the strength of the 2-0 victory in the first leg at the Belgians’ home, who for their part are called to a feat in Lisbon, where they will play for the first time in their history . Only one of the previous 45 teams to win the first leg away in the Champions League knockout stage by at least two goals has been eliminated: PSG against Manchester United in 2018-19. In their previous 10 home games against Belgian sides in all competitions, they have never lost, winning all of their last six, while Club Brugge have lost five of their seven away games against Portuguese sides in European competitions (W2), but won the most recent one: 4-0 at Porto in the group stage of this Champions League. Champions League, where you can watch Chelsea-Borussia Dortmund Benfica-Brugge for free will be broadcast by Sky starting at 9 pm on Tuesday 7 March, on Sky Sport Football 203 and 251 channels of Sky Sport, streaming on Infinity+ and Now TV which offers the great Serie A and Champions League football streaming. Chelsea-Borussia Dortmund will be visible in the clear on Canale 5 always from 9pm on Tuesday. The match will be broadcast for Sky subscribers on the Sky Sport football channels (203 on the satellite) and 252 on Sky Sport. The race is also available on Infinity+ and Now TV. Now TV, Sky and Mediaset Infinity+ subscribers will be able to watch 121 out of the 137 matches of the top European competition, while the 16 matches missing from the pay-TV schedule will be an Amazon Prime Video exclusive: with the landing in European football last season, the e-commerce giant was the novelty in the Champions League and will also stream the best matches on Wednesdays for 2022/23, included in the subscription for members of the Prime service. Customers who are not yet a Prime member can sign up and start their 30-day free trial. You can activate a free 30-day trial by clicking here. All Serie A and Serie B matches are available on DAZN. If you are interested in discounts and offers on tech products, subscribe to this Telegram Channel to receive the best offers on smartphones, smartwatches, smart TVs and everything in real time every day the best of technology.



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