Sane rates Manchester City's chances of winning the CL

21 Mars, 2018, 03:31 | Auteur: Ruben Ruiz

Having virtually pocketed the Premier League title already, City will test their steel against Liverpool in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

Manchester City will express 'serious concerns' to police after it emerged that a group of Liverpool supporters are planning a hostile reception for their team coach ahead of next month's Champions League showdown.

Leroy Sane has been terrific for the Etihad outfit throughout the season, apart from filling the void left by Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus up front, he has added pace in the City attack.

Experts will point to the fact that the errors were forced by the very pressing game that Liverpool fans are convinced will carry them through to the semifinals of the Champions League, but can lightning strike twice?

If you happen to have stopped paying attention recently, you may be forgiven for thinking that Liverpool are already well on their way to becoming European Champions, to add to their presumably commanding lead in the Premier League.

On Friday a film reviewer in The Times used the French word "jouissance", meaning "an eruption of the real".

In this scenario, the Reds filled their boots during the first leg and managed to quell their opponents with an away goal in the return tie.

Fresh from beating Chelsea 3-0 at the Nou Camp, Barcelona have been installed just behind City at 7/2 (4.50).

"The report also suggests that Manchester United have shown an interest, however did not send scouts to monitor him last week".

A top FIF official declared: "The federation had a good discussion with Yaya Toure about the two friendlies and he gave his commitment to be in France before his inclusion".

A poster circulating on social media is urging Liverpool fans to gather on the streets close to Anfield more than two hours before kick-off on April 4 to give Pep Guardiola and his squad a 'coach greeting' - and calls on supporters to arrive armed with pyrotechnics.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp called it a "dream" tie and believes City will not look forward to the prospect of facing the Merseysiders.

"Everybody knows that anyone we get is going to be very hard", Van Dijk, who became the world's most expensive defender when he joined from Southampton in January, told Liverpool's website.

"We need to compete with teams like Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich - the biggest teams on a regular basis, so it doesn't make a difference who you get at this stage".