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The UEFA Champions League is racing to the finish line and some huge, one-game eliminations are on the clock. The marquee match-up of the quarter-finals is Barcelona against Bayern Munich, teams that can boast five Champions League trophies apiece.
Barcelona endured a disappointing domestic season, finishing five points behind champions and fierce rivals Real Madrid in La Liga. But Lionel Messi and his Barça teammates can help erase that setback with another Champions League triumph. German giants Bayern, meanwhile, romped to an eighth successive Bundesliga crown and will be intent on adding more silverware to cap another successful season in 2020.
This match kicks off at 3pm EDT on Friday, August 14 at Estádio da Luz in Lisbon, Portugal. Portugal is the host country for the remainder of this year’s tournament.
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What a great match-up this is and worthy of a final in any season of this glamorous tournament. Messi has had another incredible season on a personal level, leading La Liga in scoring yet again. But he is chasing team honours most of all so will be fired up to find a way past the German champions.
While Bayern seemingly collects domestic titles for fun, it probably doesn’t have quite the European record it would have expected during this period of domestic success. Bayern’s last European title in 2012/13 was its first since 2001, surely below what this team is capable of achieving. We think the German side is playing better soccer and might just sneak through in a classic.
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