¡Ha vuelto! La fase de grupos de la temporada 2019/20 empieza esta semana con grandes partidos

Los primeros 16 partidos de la nueva campaña de la UEFA Champions League se disputarán el martes y el miércoles. Dejamos algunos datos de interés para los más curiosos.

¿Cuáles son los partidos más relevantes de la semana?

Martes: Nápoles – Liverpool

En diez palabras: el vigente campeón visita a un equipo al que eliminó la temporada pasada

El Liverpool sigue brillando tras la victoria en la final de la UEFA Champions League en junio, pero recordará lo frágil que fue su campaña anterior en un momento dado cuando regrese a Nápoles. Una parada de Alisson Becker en el tiempo añadido a un remate de Arkadiusz Milik en la sexta jornada de la temporada pasada dejó a los hombres de Jürgen Klopp con una derrota por 1-0 y, por lo tanto, logrando la clasificación para los octavos de final a expensas de los italianos.

Martes: Dortmund – Barcelona

En diez palabras: rival duro para el campeón español. ¿Jugarán Messi y Suárez?

El Dortmund y el Barcelona son asiduos en la UEFA Champions League, pero este es su primer encuentro en la competición. Sus únicos encuentros anteriores se produjeron en la Supercopa de la UEFA de 1997. Las lesiones de Lionel Messi y Luis Suárez han contribuido a un comienzo de temporada titubeante para el Barcelona, ¿podrá Antoine Griezmann llevar el peso ofensivo en su primer partido del Grupo F?

Miércoles: Paris – Real Madrid

En diez palabras: el poderoso club francés mide fuerzas con el equipo más exitoso en Europa

El Real Madrid venció al París en su camino hacia los títulos de la UEFA Champions League en 2015/16 y 2017/18. Dos años después, ¿otro encuentro con el cuadro francés es un buen augurio para el equipo de Zinédine Zidane? Sin embargo, el París tiene un buen historial contra el gigante español, y con Keylor Navas ahora cuenta con un miembro del equipo madrileño que ganó el título tres años seguidos. ¿Podrá el guardameta ser decisivo ante su exequipo?

Miércoles: Atlético – Juventus

En diez palabras: Ronaldo se mide a un equipo al que siempre ha marcado

El ‘hat-trick’ de Cristiano Ronaldo remontó el 2-0 encajado en la ida a manos del Atlético cuando ambos conjuntos se enfrentaron en octavos de final, con el jugador portugués disfrutando una vez más de enfrentarse a sus exrivales citadinos. Los de Diego Simeone saben por su propia experiencia que no le pueden perder de vista a Ronaldo: el portugués ha marcado 22 goles en 31 partidos ante el Atlético

Otros partidos a tener en cuenta

Martes: Ajax – LOSC

La temporada pasada, el Ajax se convirtió en el primer equipo en la historia de la Copa de Europa en llegar a semifinales después de haber superado tres rondas de clasificación. ¿Podrán igualar ese logro tras perder a Frenkie de Jong y a Matthijs de Ligt?.

Miércoles: Olympiacos – Tottenham

Los Spurs de Mauricio Pochettino llegaron a la final de la temporada pasada logrando superar la fase de grupos a pesar de haber sumado sólo un punto en sus tres primeros partidos. ¿El viaje a El Pireo volverá a complicar sus planes?

Miércoles: Dínamo de Zagreb – Atalanta

El Atalanta es el único equipo que debuta esta temporada en la fase de grupos de la UEFA Champions League, después de terminar tercero en la Serie A, lo que le valió al entrenador el título de ciudadano honorífico de la ciudad natal del club. ¿Cómo lo harán en su primera temporada?

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The Rugby World Cup 2019

It will be the ninth edition.

The Rugby World Cup. It will be played for the first time in Asia and the Pumas will face a complicated area.

The Webb Ellis trophy is awarded to the world champion. New Zealand stayed with the last two editions of the World Cup.

TT It will be the first time it is celebrated in a “non-traditional” country of discipline, in addition to being the first to organize in Asia.

Fixture of Argentina: when the Pumas play in the Rugby World Cup and who their rivals are.

The start of the competition will be next Friday, September 20 at 7.45 Spanish time, when the home team faces Russia for group A. The opening match will be played at Tokyo Stadium, the same place where Los Pumas will debut one day. later, at 4.15 against France by group C.

The Pumas closed their preparation for the World Cup in Japan with a victory.

The Argentine team led by Mario Ledesma will also face Tonga (September 28 at 1.45), the very hard England (October 5 at 5) and the United States (October 9 at 1.45). To advance to the quarterfinals they must win at least three of the four matches (they rank the first two of each group).

Video: airline employees fired the All Blacks with an exciting haka in the middle of the runway.

The rest of the zones are formed by Japan, Russia, Ireland, Scotland and Samoa (group A), New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, Namibia and Canada (group B) and Australia, Wales, Fiji, Georgia and Uruguay (group C).

The particular rule of the Rugby World Cup: if it is suspended due to bad weather, the game is not rescheduled and signed 0-0

The grand final will be played six weeks after the start, on Saturday, November 2 at 6 in the Yokohama International Stadium. That day the Webb Ellis trophy will be at stake, which was won three times by New Zealand (current two-time champion), twice by Australia and South Africa and once by England. The best performance of the Pumas was third place in France 2007.

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Jim Gavin and Peter Keane shake hands following a thrilling Allianz Football League encounter at Austin Stack Park in February.

Preview: All Ireland SFC Final – Dublin v Kerry

Sunday September 1

All Ireland Senior Football Championship Final

Dublin v Kerry, Croke Park, 4.30pm

By Cian O’Connell

ALL-IRELAND FOOTBALL FINAL-So after months of toil a defining 70 minutes beckons at GAA headquarters when the two bluebloods collide.

Dublin versus Kerry always carries deep meaning and the upcoming encounter is no different. The stakes are piled seriously high with Sam Maguire the much coveted prize for the victor.

Subplots exist; Dublin are on the verge of collection a fifth All Ireland title on the spin. Talk of realising that feat has been kept to a minimum by Dublin’s players and management. Dublin’s focus has stayed firm throughout the summer; each and every hurdle has been cleared thus far.

Kerry know all about drives for five with 1982 remaining one of the most memorable September deciders for a plethora of reasons.

Will Kerry be the team to deny Dublin this weekend? Peter Keane’s first campaign in charge has injected hope and optimism.

A raft of emerging footballers continue to develop briskly with Sean O’Shea and David Clifford scoring heavily.

Established figures such as Stephen O’Brien and Paul Geaney have also supplied when it counted too so Kerry will hit the Jones Road venue confident about causing a surprise.

The exciting David Clifford continues to impress for Kerry.

At the penultimate stage Mayo were beginning to pose questions for Dublin, who found the answers during a dynamic 12 minute third quarter burst which yielded 2-6.

That was when the chief damage was done with Mayo’s organised chaos in the first half long forgotten. Dublin cruised to victory with Brian Fenton’s midfield majesty, Ciaran Kilkenny’s subtlety, Paul Mannion’s dash, and Con O’Callaghan’s class evident.

There will be no shortage of forward quality on the Croke Park pitch this Sunday. It means the importance of being defensively safe and sound will be critical.

Fenton’s enduring influence on this distinguished Dublin outfut is worthy of the utmost praise and respect. Kerry will have scrutinised every little detail in the build up.

It will lead to one of the most fascinating match-ups. Dublin have been down this road many times before. Perhaps that is the greatest strength of Gavin and his management team, a way is nearly always found.

During the past four All Ireland triumphs Dublin have endured anxious moments, especially against pumped up green and red warriors, but they have been ice cool in the closing stages.

Kerry’s talent and tradition should count for something. Gifted footballers have been manufactured and integrated into the senior inter-county arena.

Niall Scully, Con O’Callaghan, and Brian Howard are important players for Dublin.

Keane demonstrated a willingness to make a few important calls introducing Tommy Walsh, Jack Sherwood, and Jonathan Lyne back into the fold.

Valuable lessons have been learned since January, but this was the ultimate test Kerry craved to sit.

Down south the past is loaded with silverware and legends, and the future appears bright, but the present is the only thing on the agenda now.

Who will Jason Foley mark? Can Tadhg Morley disturb gifted Dublin forwards? Where will Gavin White be stationed? What centrefield duo will Kerry field?

All will be revealed in the 30th Championship encounter involving Dublin and Kerry.

During the past decade Dublin have enjoyed a most successful and rewarding stint. Gavin built on the foundation established by Pat Gilroy.

These are the days Dublin planned and plotted so long for and the next assignment is packed with significance. The same as it ever was.

DUBLIN: Stephen Cluxton; David Byrne, Jonny Cooper, Michael Fitzsimons; Jack McCaffrey, James McCarthy, John Small; Brian Fenton, Michael Darragh MacAuley; Niall Scully, Con O’Callaghan, Brian Howard; Paul Mannion, Dean Rock, Ciaran Kilkenny.

KERRY: Shane Ryan; Jason Foley, Tadhg Morley, Tom O’Sullivan; Paul Murphy, Gavin Crowley, Brian O’Beaglaoich; David Moran, Adrian Spillane; Gavin White, Sean O’Shea, Stephen O’Brien; David Clifford, Paul Geaney, Killian Spillane.