I do want to discuss the match ups but let's admit this was the highlight of the draw...
its gods not goats. Right, Christopher Jee
"As flies to wanton boys, are we to the gods; they kill us for their sport" - Shakespeare
American, former MLS manager in CL. Off the top of my head, having trouble figuring out if that happened before.Will be interesting to see how Jesse Marsch and RB Salzburg do in Group E. Salzburg are 5-0 to start the season in Austria, with a +19 goal differential.
The newspaper quotes I have seen say things like - he is the first American-raised man to coach in the Group Stage of Champions League.American, former MLS manager in CL. Off the top of my head, having trouble figuring out if that happened before.
Yeah not good for inter who tied after the 90. Dort/Barca with the tie too, so Inter missed a golden opportunity. They probably don't advance because of it.Losers of the night Inter (even though they drew it' s a horrible result)
Liverpool , Which I'm glad to see their not unbeatable
Pullisic , 2 straight games as an unused sub, not good!
You sure about that given the way Salzburg is playing? I could see them pipping one of those two teams in the end.LFC/Napoli was a great first half. Napoli started to tire and play for the point around the 70 mark. They've played each other well last few times. They should both advance anyway.
Tottenham are really tanking their season. Overachieved last year crashed back down to earth HARD.
City had more trouble with Zagreb than I expected took Sterling and Foden off the bench to get the goals. Hope Foden slowly starts getting more playing time. England probably need him more than City though.