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Stage 2: Round 2 of 16 UEFA Champions League: live streaming information, scenarios for progress | Bleacher report

Mo Salah and Liverpool return to Anfield and must overturn a Leg 1 defeat at Atletico Madrid to keep their repeat hopes alive.

Mo Salah and Liverpool return to Anfield and must overturn a Leg 1 defeat at Atletico Madrid to keep their repeat hopes alive.Bernat Armangue / Associated Press

The UEFA Champions League round of 32 resumes on Tuesday. There will be a couple of return games every day on Tuesday and Wednesday, as well as March 17th and 18th. Once the last eight teams are determined, the draw for the quarterfinals will take place on March 20.

Below you can find the complete program for the second leg of the Champions League round 16, how to watch and stream each game, a breakdown of the away goals draw, a summary of the first leg and a preview of the first leg for each meeting.

Leg 2 Round-of-16 Champions League schedule, How to watch, Live streaming information

All round 16 round-trip matches will begin at 16:00. ET instead of the usual 3:00 pm due to the difference at the beginning of summer time in the United States and Europe.

Tuesday 10 March

RB Leipzig vs. Tottenham
Valencia vs. Atalanta

Wednesday 11 March

Liverpool vs Atletico Madrid
PSG vs. Borussia Dortmund

Tuesday 17th March

Manchester City vs Real Madrid
Juventus vs Lyon

Wednesday March 18

Barcelona vs Naples
Bayern Munich vs Chelsea

Friday March 20

The final draw of the Champions League season will determine the matches of the quarterfinals, prepare the band for the rest of the competition and determine a team designated for the final. There will be no league, country or geographic restrictions, making any potential match possible.

TNT and B / R Live are the home of the UEFA Champions League in the United States. You can stream every knockout game on B / R Live, with a selected game broadcast every day on TNT. UK fans can watch the Champions League on BT Sport.

B / R Live offers multiple options for streaming the Champions League football. The B / R Live Pass is available as a monthly ($ 9.99) or yearly ($ 79.99) subscription, giving you access to all live games, full replays, highlights and magazine shows and exclusive video content from some of the best clubs in the competition. The B / R Live Pass also allows you to watch all the sports, leagues and programs broadcast on B / R Live.

Fans can also purchase games on a pay-per-view basis for $ 2.99 each, which includes access to view the full replay at any time after it becomes available. Stream the Champions League on B / R Live here. And more information on the B / R Live Pass here.

Explanation of the away goal jogger

The winners of the Champions League knockout stages are determined by the overall score on two legs. When one team has more goals than the other after 180 minutes, it’s easy. If the teams are tied after the second leg, the tiebreaker is scored away, used in the premise that it is more difficult to score away from home than at home.

That’s why teams that scored goals as visitors in the first leg, even in defeats or draws, will feel relatively good about their chances of progressing. Those who have not scored goals will be pressured by a much smaller margin of error. Away goals from the return game often open up the games widely, with the teams having to move from controlling the game to scoring each other.

If the teams’ away goals are also the same after 90 minutes in the second leg, the game will go to extra time. The wrinkle is that the away goals rule still applies, meaning that if the away team scores, the home team will have to score twice to advance. The scoring of the visiting team in extra time also eliminates the possibility of the game going on penalties.

If the score and away goals were still all squares after extra time, a game will go off. These will function normally, with each team taking five penalties to determine a winner. If tied after five, the penalties will go to sudden death.

Champions League Round 16: stage 1 summary, stage 2 previews

First leg scores in brackets,

RB Leipzig (1) vs. Tottenham (0) | Live B / R streaming (also on TNT)

A penalty by Timo Werner made the difference in the first leg in North London, where a Tottenham team dealing with several injuries was unable to evoke any form of consistent attack. With Harry Kane, Heung-Min Son and Moussa Sissoko injured, Spurs’ struggles continued, with manager Jose Mourinho wondering what to do.

Leipzig returns to Germany in excellent shape after rising to second place in the Bundesliga rankings. Werner and Marcel Sabitzer will try to guide Leipzig in the quarterfinals, while Lucas Moura and Tottenham will seek the magic that ignited European fairytale race last season.

Valencia (1) vs. Atalanta (4) | Streaming on B / R Live

The loved ones of this season’s competition, Astanta started to work in the first leg against Valencia, scoring four goals, two from Hans Hateboer, to bring a huge advantage to Spain. One of the most explosive teams in Europe, Atalanta leads the Italian Serie A in goals scored with a fair margin.

But don’t count Valencia yet. His only away goal in the first leg, as well as the return of a couple attacking the options from an injury, means that this second stage could turn into a shootout. Dani Parejo, Maxi Gomez, Rodrigo and Daniel Wass will advance rapidly.

Liverpool (0) vs. Atletico Madrid (1) | Streaming on B / R Live (Also on TNT)

The European champions have some problems after the first leg of their last 16 draw. Everything went according to plan for Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid team, who scored early and then blocked Liverpool for the rest of the game, keeping the Reds without a single shot on goal.

But Liverpool will not feel too much pressure when returning to Anfield, which has been a fortress in English and European theater. An away goal from Atletico would make things interesting, especially with Simeone who has never lost a UCL knockout tie against an opposing team in a row without Cristiano Ronaldo. But Reds manager Jurgen Klopp seems to have the utmost confidence in his group, led by Virgil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah.

PSG (1) vs. Borussia Dortmund (2) | Streaming on B / R Live

This first stage was up to the hype and then some. After a surprisingly short-cut opening half, the game went from zero to a hundred seconds in a 10-minute stretch in the second half. Teenage feeling that Erling Haaland scored, Neymar drew and then Haaland scored the winner, a rocket from outside the area.

Neymar’s away goal is vital for PSG when they return to the French capital, but they will still have to push for the first crucial goal in the second leg. And don’t expect Dortmund to play conservatively: the German club thrives up and down the pitch, with Haaland, Jadon Sancho, Gio Reyna and Achraf Hakimi forming a lethal transition attack.

And to make things more difficult for PSG, it will be without defender Thomas Meunier and midfielder Marco Verratti, both suspended due to the accumulation of yellow cards. This puts even more weight on Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, Angel Di Maria and Mauro Icardi.

Manchester City (2) vs. Real Madrid (1) | Streaming on B / R Live (Also on TNT)

Another thrilling round of round 16 took place in Madrid in a matchup that could easily be a final. Both teams had successful spells, but Manchester City took over in the second half, even with a mistake that led to Real Madrid’s initial goal.

However, Pep Guardiola’s team remained impassive, as a few minutes later Kevin De Bruyne lined up Gabriel Jesus for the draw and scored one of his points on the spot, giving the City the victory and two very important away goals.

Each club will be without significant pieces on the return leg. Manchester City defender Aymeric Laporte suffered a hamstring injury in the first match, while Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos received a red card late in the game. The advancement of the city would be a great moment for a team that has dominated English football in recent years but has fought in Europe, even more with a suspension of UEFA suspended high.

Zinedine Zidane has won the Champions League in every season he has participated in the Madrid competition, and leading a turnaround in this draw would give him great chances to add that impressive record.

Juventus (0) vs. Lyon (1) | Streaming on B / R Live

Lyon surprised with their victory in the first leg, taking a goal in the first half and then playing a tough defense to watch the game. Cristiano Ronaldo et al. they failed to break through with a goal away, exerting strong pressure on goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny and central defender Matthijs de Ligt not to suffer in Turin.

Scorers Lucas Tousart and Lyon striker Moussa Dembele and Bertrand Traore will likely see only a few door-to-door chances and will have to take advantage of them to seal the result. The French club will have to find the balance between not pushing too many bodies forward and at the same time not trying to simply absorb Juventus’ attack, as Atletico Madrid learned last season, when it brought a 2- 0 in Italy and was promptly eliminated by a Ronaldo Triplet.

Barcelona (1) vs. Naples (1) | Streaming on B / R Live (Also on TNT)

One of the most interesting matches in the round of 32 remains so after the first leg, with the away goal of the Barcelona striker Antoine Griezmann that cancels the beautiful shot by Dries Mertens for Napoli. With Mertens and Lorenzo Insigne ahead, the Italian team has the firepower to stay with Barcelona in the second leg.

Lionel Messi and Co. return home to the iconic field. Not needing another 90-minute sound to advance, and the Catalan club would like its superstar to go to the forefront. Messi has thrived as a supplier in Europe this season, but with Luis Suarez injured, Barcelona needs him to be a little more selfish in looking for the back of the net. If he succeeds, Barca has the chance to deal real damage during the competition.

Bayern Munich (3) vs. Chelsea (0) | Streaming on B / R Live

With all due respect to Atalanta, the most complete display of the last 16 first legs came from Bayern Munich, who went to London and dismantled his opponents for the second time this season. Robert Lewandowski, Serge Gnabry and Alphonso Davies circled around Chelsea’s defense, with nineteen-year-old Davies showing a particularly impressive sight at Stamford Bridge.

Heading to the Allianz Arena in Munich, a trip to the quarterfinals seems to be a formality for Bayern, even with the absence of Lewandowski, sidelined due to a knee injury suffered at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea don’t have a much better injury, with their engine, midfielder N’Golo Kante, out together with Christian Pulisic.

Having nothing to lose, Frank Lampard should try his training and could charge the attackers with a mix of promising veterans and young players. Willian, Mason Mount, Pedro and Olivier Giroud will all have to have great games for the Blues to stage an extraordinary return.


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