What a week of football it has been with not one but two incredible matches in the Champions League, the quality of the Champions League this season may be the best we have ever seen.
It was less than a week ago when Avengers: Endgame came out in cinemas, but this week we saw our own super-human in Lionel Messi.
Just like Sir Alex Ferguson said in 1999 football bloody hell, it still holds strong today after this week’s round of Champions League fixtures.
The first legs of the Champions League quarter finals are over and done with, but there is still a lot to play for as all the games are evenly balanced.
The Champions League has all been about shocking comebacks recently and this week was no different, as there were plenty of goals and a few surprises as well.
What a week it has been in the Champions League with not one but two massive shocks, and it is hard to work out which one is more shocking.
Tuesday night saw both games in the Champions League draw blanks, but thankfully this week’s games were saved by the games on Wednesday night.
Tuesday night saw the return of the Champions League with four games being played this week in the Round of 16.
All four English teams have made it into the knockout stages in the Champions League but with three of them finishing second, they could all face tough challenges in the next round.