Villarreal-Liverpool: at what time and on which channel to watch the second leg of the Champions League semi-final

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After a 2-0 success in their first leg, Liverpool will have to consolidate their lead in the second leg of the Champions League semi-final against Villarreal, who are looking to make an incredible comeback to pursue their European dreams.

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Can Villarreal make an incredible comeback? After knocking out Juventus Turin in the round of 16 and Bayern in the quarter, the Spaniard must score at least two goals against Liverpool in the second leg of the Champions League semi-final to qualify for their first final in C1 a year later. can be expected. After winning the Europa League. But facing the Reds of Jurgen Klopp, the task at the Estadio de la Ceramica promises to be tough. The beginning of this meeting will be given here 21 hours Feather The Indian Paper 1 And canal +as well as on the radio RMC and live commentary on the The Indian Paper website and app.

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Liverpool on the way to an incredible quadruple?

Despite a two-goal lead, Trent Alexander-Arnold’s teammate plays it safe against the Yellow Submarine, who managed to subdue Bayern Munich in the previous round. The Reds could end the 2021-2022 season in apotheosis, going for an unprecedented quadruple in England. The League Cup is already in the pocket like tickets to the FA Cup final against Chelsea on 14 May. With a short point from Manchester City four days from the end and a friendly tie in C1, an English team has never been so close to the goal.

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In 2007, Chelsea found themselves in a similar position, but three points behind Manchester United. The Blues eventually added only the FA Cup to their League Cup, having been defeated by … Liverpool in the semi-finals of the Champions League. For a long time, the Reds have also downplayed the possibility of a Grand Slam. “No team in the history of English football has achieved a quadruple, right? That’s because it’s extremely difficult. We’re still far from thinking about such a crazy thing”, in early March. Jurgen Klopp was swept away.

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But the word is no longer taboo on the banks of the Mersey. Liverpool could annihilate historic rivals Manchester United’s league-FAC-Champions League treble in 1999.

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