It was round two of the group stages last week in the Champions League, and the major talking point of the round was how Lionel Messi ran the show at Wembley.
Saturday night saw this year’s Champions League final take place in Kiev Ukraine between Real Madrid and Liverpool. Both teams had been scoring a lot of goals up until the final so this looked like it was going to be a goal fest.
We may have just witnessed the most exciting end to end Semi Finals the Champions League and even the European Cup has ever seen.
It was a dramatic week in the Champions League, after the first legs many people believed most of the games were already decided but it didn’t turn out that way.
Most of the Champions League quarter finals look to be already won, with Real Madrid, Liverpool and Barcelona looking set to be in the semi finals of the competition.
Manchester United have been knocked out of the Champions League in the last 16 to Sevilla, meaning they haven’t been to the Champions League quarter finals since David Moyes was in charge.
The Champions League group stages ended last week and we finally knew who was in the draw for Monday’s Last 16 knockout stage.
The Champions League group stages kicked into another gear this week, with so many teams close to qualifying from their groups there needed to be certain results for them to be confirmed in the knockout stages.
Tottenham had a historic victory in the Champions League last week when they beat the reigning and twelve times Champions League winners Real Madrid at Wembley.