Why you should be cheering for Barcelona, not Real Madrid, in UEFA Champions League match
The UEFA Champions Cup is the biggest sporting event in the world and the final between Barcelona and Real Madrid is the most prestigious sporting event of all time.
In an interview with ESPN’s Jorge Ramos, UEFA President Aleksander Tebas has explained why.
On Sunday night, the Catalans will face Real Madrid in a quarterfinal in Paris.
The semi-final will be held on Thursday, April 18.
Real Madrid will travel to Paris on Thursday for a game against Paris Saint-Germain, while Barcelona will play Juventus on Saturday.
This will be the first meeting between the two sides in the UEFA Champions Club Cup.
In the quarterfinals, the two teams will play three games each, with the winner going to the last 16, and the loser going to a group stage with the third place team advancing to the final.
After the semifinals, the third and final match will be played in the last eight in the Champions League.
After four months, the quarterfinal will become the semi-finals and the semi will become a final.
The first leg will be on Sunday, April 17 in Paris and the second leg on Tuesday, April 19 in Barcelona.
If Real Madrid and Barcelona qualify for the semi finals, they will be guaranteed their first Champions League spot.
If Real Madrid or Barcelona do not qualify, the first-leg will be postponed.
Tebas said that he is “not happy” with the situation in the semi.
“We have not had enough time to think about the semi final,” he said.
“It’s an important moment for the club.
We have to go through it and see how we can win this final, but I don’t think we should make a decision just now,” he added.