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Although Barcelona does not spend its best moments and Quique Setien walk on a wire, the culé team is in a position to look from you to you at a Bayern Munich that arrives in Lisbon full of enthusiasm and confidence and undefeated in 2020.
Those of Hans-Dieter Flick They are convinced that they can knock down the culé team and leave the Lisbon ‘final to 8’ without Spaniards, and they will have a footballer who is called to be one of the great protagonists of the match: Robert Lewandowski.
Although the Pole will be one of the points to take into account, this will be a game that is expected to be resolved based on several duels. Who gets more of these, will be who accompany PSG and RB Leipzig in the next round.
Setien vs. Flick
The first duel will be played an hour and a half before the initial whistle with the choice of the starting eleven and the game scheme. Quique Setién will have to think well first which drawing he wants to put, if three up (in which case Antoine Griezmann will play) or with a hook (the chosen one would be Arturo vidal) with Messi and Luis Suárez as attack references, who are immovable. You will also have to think if you play Semedo or choose Sergi Roberto on the side or up, and if Frenkie de Jong starts or not.
Flick won’t be able to count on Surname on the right side, so Kimmich He will repeat in that demarcation, leaving Thiago Alcántara, a former Barcelona player, in the double pivot with Goretzka. And of course, Lewandowski at the tip with Thomas muller as a companion.
Ter Stegen vs. New
A duel that in Germany is almost a matter of state will be in the goals of Jose Alvalade de Lisboa. Marc-André Ter Stegen and Manuel Neuer They have been debating the ownership of the Mannschaft goal for a long time, even at times when the Barcelona player has been clearly better.
Both will have the responsibility of stopping two of the best forwards in the world, Lewandowski and Messi, and the final result will largely depend on their reflexes.
Piqué-Lenglet vs. Boateng-Alaba
Seniority is a degree, even more so when it comes to central defenders. The duo Pique-Lenglet must respond to what they can do on the other side Boateng-Alaba, although it seems that here the duel opts more for the Spanish side. Piqué’s work will transcend the merely footballing, due to the specific weight in the dressing room, especially if the match is against.
Thiago vs. De Jong
The transitions of Barcelona and Bayern will necessarily go through the boots of two players with a taste for touch and good football. Thiago Alcantara she’s in a sweet moment of the season, and she knows her connection to those above can be key. The good game against Napoli raises De Jong as a footballer with an obligatory presence in the center of the field, since he must give oxygen to Sergio Busquets in defensive work.
Messi vs. Lewandowski
It is the duel of duels. Nobody can avoid that they are the men on whom all eyes are, although they arrive in a very different state of mind. With Messi still hurt by the defeat in LaLiga, his desire to vindicate himself may be the perfect spur to become the MVP of the match, again. However, the Lewandowski state of form makes the scale, for once, not fall clearly on the side of the Argentine. You just have to see what he did in the tie against Chelsea: scored three goals and gave four passes on goal.