The Champions League reaches its penultimate stage as the second leg of the semi-finals will be played this week with four teams looking to book their place for the finale later this month. The Champions League semi-final second leg schedule sees Manchester City host Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday, with the Chelsea vs Real Madrid clash slated for Wednesday. Here’s a look at how to watch Champions League live in India, the remaining Champions League fixtures and the Man City vs PSG channel India.
As for PSG, Mauricio Pochettino will know that his side needs at least two goals to have a chance of progressing, in what could be their second consecutive Champions League final appearance. Last year’s beaten finalists will hope to seal a memorable comeback and make the trip to Istanbul later this month, with the Parisians also chasing their first Champions League glory. Scoring twice against a defence that limited Kylian Mbappe to his first “no shot” game in the UCL might be tricky, but PSG will fancy their chances of a comeback on Tuesday night.
UEFA Champions League Semi-Final 2nd Leg: The UCL returns to England! This time, it is the second leg between Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Manchester City. The first leg was dominated by Man City on PSG’s home ground but, it’s time for Neymar and co to return the favor.
After a long duration, PSG has finally a glorious chance of winning the UCL after they defeated Bayern in the quarter-final. But they need to buckle up as they will need to score at least 2 goals in the match.
The match starts at 12:30 am IST on 5 May 2021 in India. What are the other details of the match? Read below:
PSG possible starting line-up: Rico, Kehrer, Thiago Silva, Kimpembe, Bernat, Verratti, Marquinhos, Herrera, Di Maria, Neymar, Mbappe
Manchester City possible starting lineup: Ederson; Walker, Stones, Dias, Cancelo; Bernardo, Rodri, Gundogan; Mahrez, De Bruyne, Foden.
Here is when and where you can watch the live streaming and telecast of the UEFA Champions League semi-final between Manchester City and Paris Saint Germain
Kylian Mbappe has been struggling with a thigh injury and he will not start the second leg; a heavy blow for the Parisians, with Mbappe scoring 8 goals in 10 games this campaign – only Dortmund’s Erling Haaland has scored more in this year’s competition. Idrissa Gueye will be unavailable after being sent-off in the first-leg, and Germany’s Julian Draxler did not travel with the squad due to injury.
Campaign so far
An almost flawless group stage, founded on a solid defence and the record-breaking Edouard Mendy in goal, set Chelsea on their way to the last four. They were seldom threatened by the much-vaunted Atlético in the round of 16, and backed that up with a job well done against Porto.