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UEFA Champions League Preview: What to Watch Out for Matchday 6

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UEFA Champions League Preview: What to Watch Out for Matchday 6

December 07
19:00 2021

Day of retribution: the best attributive to describe Matchday 6 as UEFA has only five rounds left in the group stage before entering the Round of 16 draw on December 13. With 11 clubs battling it out, how will these teams perform and adjust to the more competitive ambiance of the league?

Matchday 6 will probably be the most crucial group stage as it’s the narrowest way to enter a more jarring and combative next series of rounds until the finals which will happen in Russia in May 2022.

With all of the happenings this week, we’re here to integrate all the potential headliners for UEFA Champions League’s Matchday 6:

  1. Luka Modrić coming aboard to the 100 club

This Croatian midfielder is set to become the 43rd football player to attain 100 Champions League appearances if he plays in Real Madrid’s front seat battle against Inter. Fans have high hopes that Modrić can catch up on his teammate, Toni Kroos who now has 119 appearances. But since Kroos has gained momentum after his stellar goaling contribution in Matchday 5, Modrić pulling alongside seems like a stretch, at least for now.

  1. Xavi Hernández not hoping for a déjà vu

As a Barcelona loyalist, Hernández surely doesn’t want to get eliminated in the 2021-2022 season as the club’s manager. Barcelona is an elite club that hardly experiences losing to crucial matches. Last time it happened was in the 2000-2001 season where Hernández was still playing as the midfielder, and the club failed to enter the Round of 16 stage. Barcelona needs to have a win against Bayern tomorrow to simplify the fixture in Group E.

  1. A rare occurrence in Group G

Surprisingly, the four clubs in Group G are still complete. This scenario is considered very scarce. The last time that this kind of situation happened was in the 2009-2010 season. If this group wants a complete slate coming into the Round of 16 draw, all they have to do is win their games on Matchday 6. 

Certainly, the spirits of football fans  are ultimately high in this crucial point of UEFA Champions League. And it’s a good thing that patrons can now watch the games live and in person to show their support to their favorite clubs.

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