Fans wishing to attend the event will have free access to the venue. In addition, all matches will be broadcast in the Indian subcontinent exclusively on the Viacom18 network – Sports18, JioCinema and MTV.
The viewing events are expected to attract large numbers of fans and are part of LaLiga India’s ongoing initiative to increase the league’s engagement rate in India. The league is very popular in India because of its rich history of competition and talent, so fans of the league will have a unique viewing experience in India.
Uniting fans and fan clubs, screenings will take place in various cities across India as the season progresses. Along with partners represented in India – Dream11, BKT Tires, Puma, Viacom18 – the fan experience will also allow participants to win exciting merchandise at the screening locations.
Chelsea, meanwhile, does not know when he will be playing in this elite arena again.
Madrid’s 2-0 victory at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday sealed a 4-0 overall victory and allowed the Spanish giants to reach the Champions League semifinals for the 11th time in 13 seasons.
Rodrigo scored twice in the second half to thwart a fervent Chelsea comeback that lasted the better part of an hour but ended in a fourth straight defeat under interim manager Frank Lampard.
Madrid can continue their quest for new glory in a competition in which it has won a record 14 times. Manchester City or Bayern await him in the next round.
We are ready to be there and ready to fight our way to the final, Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti said.
After the first match of the quarterfinals, City beat Bayern 3-0, setting up a likely rematch of last year’s semifinal. Last season at the Bernabeu, Madrid scored twice in added time and once more in extra time, winning 6-5 on aggregate.
Madrid is already the only team to have successfully defended the Champions League in its modern guise, having won it three times in a row in 2016-18, and is still in a position to win it again.
This is a record that no other team can compete with, and with strikers Vinicius Júnior, Karim Benzema and Rodrigo in such daunting form, the defenders will have to stop.
However, Chelsea’s unsuccessful campaign is now doomed to end1.
The defeat forced Lampard to answer questions about where the 2021 European champion will go after his difficult start in life under new owners Todd Boely and Clearlake Capital.
People will talk a lot about this season for Chelsea because we’ve had so much success, Lampard said. The reality is that this club is going to come back, but it’s going to take a lot of work.
Chelsea is 11th in the Premier League and 17 points behind the top four despite spending about $630 million on new players.
The club, which won the Champions League twice under former owner Roman Abramovich, now looks certain to miss the competition next season.
As the battle for a place in the top four intensifies in light of a resurgent Arsenal, an improving Manchester United and Saudi-backed Newcastle, Chelsea’s path back to European soccer’s elite club competition may not be the easiest.
147251Trying to predict at the moment what’s going to happen next, whether it’s good, whether it’s bad, I think is pretty pointless, Lampard said. But I think right now we can lay the foundation for what we want to get to.
Chelsea’s fall was sudden.
Just two years ago, the London club won the Champions League for the second time in its history under Thomas Tuchel.
The German manager, who was hugely popular with fans, was sacked at the beginning of the season and replaced by Graham Potter, who suffered the same fate earlier this month.
Lampard’s arrival has not resulted in improved form, with his team scoring just once in four defeats since his appointment.
The lack of sharpness was again evident in the second quarterfinal match against Madrid, when Chelsea squandered many chances.
N’Golo Kante failed to convert clear chances in each half at 0-0. And former Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois deflected Marc Cucurella’s shot from close range just before halftime.
The hosts had to pay for those misses when Madrid struck twice on the break.
Ancelotti admitted that his team suffered a lot in front of Rodrigo’s goal.
The Brazilian striker opened the scoring in the 58th minute, intercepting a Vinicius pass. In the 80th minute, he added a second goal, this time after a Federico Valiverde.
He could have made a hat trick if he hadn’t hit the outside of the post in the first half.
The home fans headed for the exits as soon as Rodrigo’s second goal was on the goal line.
But those who stayed applauded at the end, getting a reason for encouragement as Chelsea pressed Madrid for much of the match.
I think the fans appreciated today’s performance, Lampard said. They may have had moments this season when they didn’t feel the way they do now, so we have to get a grip on that.
AC Milan reached the semifinals
AC Milan reached the Champions League semifinals for the first time since winning the trophy 16 years ago, thanks to Olivier Giroud’s first-half goal against Napoli, which secured a 1-1 draw and a 2-1 overall victory despite a flurry of pressure Tuesday.
Napoli fought to the end, but could not break Milan’s resilient defense until striker Victor Osimhen equalized three minutes into the match with a header.It was too late, as the referee ended the match seconds later.
Seven-time European champions Milan will now face either Inter Milan or Benfica, who will meet Wednesday at the San Siro with the Italian team leading 2-0 in the first match.
This was the third meeting between Milan and Napoli in 16 days, with Stefano Pioli’s team defeating the runaway Serie A leaders 4-0 on April 2.
Nevertheless, overcoming this deficit will be extremely difficult. Ever since Frank Lampard replaced Graeme Potter, his return to Chelsea has not been a happy one. His second job at the club started as badly as possible, with the Blues losing all three matches under him (against Wolves, Real and Brighton).
Real Madrid went on to win 18 of their 19 UEFA Champions League matches, winning the first game by two goals or more. They have won nine of their last 11 UEFA Champions League matches (D1 L1) as well as each of their last five relegation matches. In the match Chelsea will do without Coulibaly (injury) and Chilwell (suspension), Real Madrid without the injured Ferland Mendy.
As for the second match of the evening, Milan will be looking to become the first team to beat Napoli in three different matches in one season since Lazio in 1994-95. If they succeed, they will guarantee themselves a place in the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League, where they will meet either Inter Milan or InterFor with the Portuguese Benfica.
The omens for Milan are favorable: they won their last three away matches against Napoli, which is their longest away winning streak. They lead 1-0 in their first match at the San Siro and can reach their first Champions League semifinal since 2006-07.
History says the worst for Napoli fans. In their last 10 European knockouts, they have been eliminated from the draw after losing the first match. This will be Milan’s second trip to Napoli this season, and they will hope to repeat their success earlier this month when they defeated Napoli 4-0 in front of their fans in a Serie A match. Victor Osimhen is back in form for Napoli, but they will be without the suspended Andre-Franc Zambo Anguiss.
When will the Chelsea-Real Madrid and Napoli-Milan matches be played in the UEFA Champions League?
The Real Madrid-Chelsea and Milan-Napoli matches will start at 12:30pm ET on Wednesday.
Where will the Chelsea v Real Madrid and Napoli v Milan Champions League matches be played?
Chelsea will take on Real Madrid at Stamford Bridge and Napoli will face Milan at the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona.
Which TV channels will broadcast the Chelsea-Real Madrid and Napoli-Milan matches in India?
All matches of the Uefa Champions League Sevens 2022-2023 will be broadcast live on Sony Sports Network in India.
How to watch Chelsea vs Real Madrid and Napoli vs Milan live in India?
Football fans can watch live UEFA Champions League matches on SonyLIV.
Mumbai City FC lost 2-1 to North East United FC in their last Super Bowl match, a game in which the Islanders completely dominated but were unlucky to lose to a determined Highlanders team.
Speaking of the game against North East United, Mumbai City head coach Des Buckingham talked about his team’s comprehensive play. He said, I’m happy with the way we played. All the internal scores we have were as high, if not higher in some areas, than the scores we’re trying to give ourselves. Unfortunately, the outside scores, the end result is 2-1 in favor of Northeastern. We hit the crossbar twice. We had two clear penalties. We had other chances that we could have converted and would have scored. So when I was evaluating and evaluating our performance in that game, I was… Very pleased with howHow we played in this game.
Next, the 38-year-old Englishman talked about how his team is preparing for a virtual elimination game against Chennaiyin FC. Buckingham said: Chennaiyin is on full alert. It’s a good team. We’ve played them twice this season in the league, and they’ve been tight matches. As always, we’re going to do what we’ve done in every game – make sure we’re as prepared as we can be to do what we want to do.
Mumbai City FC and Chennaiyin FC have met twice this season in the league and once in the Durand Cup, and the Islanders have won all three meetings. In three games, the Islanders have scored 13 goals and conceded six against Chennaiyin FC. Speaking about what he expects from the game, Des Buckingham said: It will definitely be an exciting match. We know both teams are going into the game, they need a win if they want to have a chance to advance. Tournament soccer always sets up for an exciting 90 minutes of play.
He concluded by talking about how his young Indiana squad is performing in the Super Bowl: We will do our best to showcase our soccer and demonstrate how good our players and our team can be, no matter what players take the field. Whether it’s the youngsters or the seniors – I say seniors, but we don’t have a lot of seniors on our roster right now – it’s a great experience for them to show not only that they can compete with a good ISL team, but also to demonstrate the style of soccer that we want to keep playing, no matter which player comes on the field.
Liverpool haven’t known the taste of victory in over six weeks since defeating Manchester United 7-0.
But after Cody Gakpo’s goal and Mohamed Salah’s quick goal to make the score 2-0 at halftime, Liverpool blew Leeds away in the second half. Salah and Diogo Jota each scored a pair of goals, and Darwin Nunez came off the bench to score in the end.
Leeds cut the deficit two minutes after halftime when Ibrahima Konate hit a Luis Sinisterra shot that flicked the ball over goalkeeper Alisson to make the score 2-1.
But Leeds’ defense failed in familiar fashion, suffering a consecutive heavy home defeat eight days after a 5-1 loss to Crystal Palace. Leeds conceded 60 league goals, more than any other team.
Liverpool remained in eighth place in the standings, two points behind Brighton. Leeds’ hopesand survival received another serious blow: it remained in 16th place, two points above the relegation zone.
Jurgen Klopp hailed what he called Liverpool’s best performance of the season.
What I liked most about the game was the moment in the 92nd minute, the Reds manager said. It was already 6-1, we lost the ball and we were being chased by four players.
From a counter-pressure standpoint, it was definitely the best game we’ve played this season, and probably in possession as well.
We were calm in the decisive moments and gave away exceptional goals. Mo’s second goal was a great play. Curtis (Jones) to Robbo (Andrew Robertson), then Cody (Gakpo) and then Mo’s ball. It was really great. There were a lot of good moments.
Liverpool took the lead in the 34th minute in a controversial situation. Trent Alexander-Arnold seemed to use his hand to control the ball when he took the ball away from Junior Firpo. But referee Craig Pawson allowed play to continue, and there was no VAR intervention after Alexander-Arnold received a return pass from Salah and made a low pass to Gakpo.
There was nothing controversial in the visitors’ second goal. Jota robbed Weston McKenney in midfield and slipped it to Salah, who fired a left-footed shot into the top corner from the left edge of the penalty area.
The visitors converted two of their first two chances in four minutes and were in complete control by halftime.
Leeds got back into the game two minutes after the restart. Ibrahima Konate got into Sinisterra’s possession, and the Colombian showed strength and composure.to cross for Alisson.
But five minutes later, Liverpool regained a two goal lead. Jota received a pass from Jones, who split the defense, and flicked his first shot over Illan Mesliere.
Leeds hit the bar with a long-range shot by Brenden Aaronson, and Salah had an offside call called off after a VAR check before Liverpool called the result into question in the 64th minute.
Robertson’s pass was passed to Gakpo, and Salah scored his 15th goal in the league from the far post without being flagged.
Liverpool confirmed their superiority by scoring a fifth goal thanks to an inaccurate shot by Hota off a Jordan Henderson pass in the 73rd minute.
The rout was completed in the last minute when a clinical strike by substitute Nunez off an Alexander-Arnold pass was deemed offside by VAR.
Alv.He first claimed that he had not had sex with a woman, but he eventually changed his story. He said he tried to save his marriage by not first admitting to the sexual relationship. The player reportedly told the judge that a mutual sexual attraction existed between him and the woman from the moment they met in the nightclub.
The court denied Alves’ request for bail during the investigation, saying he risked absconding. A trial has not yet been scheduled.
The victim’s attorney, Esther Garcia, said Monday that she expects Alves to remain in jail during the investigation. Alves’ attorney, Cristobal Martell, told local media that he was satisfied with Alves’ testimony. He is expected to ask for the player’s release on bail again.
Alves was detained based on evidence gathered during the initial investigation by authorities and testimony from the player himself, the alleged victim and witnesses.
According to Spain’s sexual consent law passed last year, sexual assault encompasses a wide range of crimes, from online insults and groping to rape, each with different possible penalties. In the case of rape, the maximum penalty could be 15 years.
Alves, 39, has won 42 soccer titles, including three Champions Leagues with Barcelona and two Copa Americas with Brazil. Last year he played in his third World Cup in Qatar.