Monday, March 14, 2011
Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Manchester United and Chelsea, just steps from the quarterfinals?
The four matches this week will complete the list of survivors in the tournament, to overcome the remaining matches of the competition on Friday. Will join the Shakhtar Donetsk, Barcelona, Tottenham and Schalke 04, who sealed his move on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Manchester United, Real Madrid, Chelsea and Bayern Munich face the commitments back to the favorable situation. Finish yet.
Inter and Copenhagen have a darker picture. Italian box after drawing visit Munich in the field of Brescia on Friday that makes him lose a step in the fight also for the Italian League, which dominates the Milan, eliminated from the Champions League.
Bayern, meanwhile, thrashed Hamburg led by Arjen Robben. Hungry for revenge on the German box, deprived of the title for Inter, which is close to eliminating after San Siro win by 0-1 in the round.
Also Tuesday, the Manchester United aims to endorse its presence in the quarter. It is an open match against Marseille that will settle after the goalless draw at the Velodrome French (0-0).
Alex Ferguson has lost the Portuguese Nani, who was injured against Liverpool last weekend and will be out for three weeks.
The Real Madrid, however, Cristiano Ronaldo recovers for the visit of Lyon, who beat the target set in this competition over the past two years. This time, however, the white box facing the game with the score of the face, after the tie to a goal scored in France, where the Spanish team was superior.
The bad past experiences block alert the Jose Mourinho. Lyon, meanwhile, recovered by Argentine striker Lisandro Lopez, recovered from the injury that kept him from the first leg, and returned to the soccer field with the success in front of goal untouched.
The Chelsea is the team that has a clearer picture. With one foot in the quarterfinals after beating Denmark to Copenhagen (0-2). Receive the Danish table, league uncontested leader in his country, but on the verge of goodbye, unless you enjoy a magical night at Stamford Bridge.