LIVE: Champions League group stage draw – ESPN India

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The draw for the Champions League group stages will take place on Thursday, Aug. 29 in Monaco and is expected to begin at noon ET / 4 p.m. GMT.Teams will appear below. Please refresh the page to see the latest content.GROUP A: PSG, Real Madrid, Club Brugge, GalatasarayGROUP B: Bayern Munich, Tottenham, Olympiakos, Red Star BelgradeGROUP C: Man City, Shakhtar Donetsk, Dinamo Zagreb, AtalantaGROUP D: Juventus, Atletico Madrid, Bayer Leverkusen, Lokomotiv MoscowGROUP E: Liverpool, Napoli, FC Salzburg, GenkGROUP F: Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund, Inter Milan, Slavia PragueGROUP G: Zenit St Petersburg, Benfica, Lyon, RB LeipzigGROUP H: Chelsea, Ajax, Valencia, LilleFollow the draw LIVE with ESPN here.20.40 ET: That will do it for our Champions League LIVE blog. We hope you enjoyed following along with us as the groups were unveiled and will be counting down the days until the group stage kicks off on Sept. 7. We’ll say goodbye for now with one last look at all the groups and some predictions from our Mark Ogden.— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) August 29, 2019 20.28 ET: Eric Cantona’s speech was… something.”Soon science will fix cells … and so we will become eternal. Only accidents, crimes, wars will still kill us but unfortunately crimes and wars will multiply. I love football. Thank you.” Messi and Ronaldo are all of us listening to Eric Cantona’s speech.— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) August 29, 2019 But the unquestioned moment of the draw for me was when Slavia Prague’s representative found out the Czech side had been drawn into Group F.I mean can you blame him? Lionel Messi, Antoine Griezmann, Frenkie de Jong, Jadon Sancho, Marco Reus, Romelu Lukaku and Lauturo Martinez all in one group… all you really can do is laugh.Cuando te mandan al mismo grupo que al Barcelona, Dortmund e Inter. #LaCasaDelFútbol— Fútbol en Movistar+ (@MovistarFutbol) August 29, 2019 2.14 ET: What are Cristiano Ronaldo’s immediate thoughts about the draw?2.02 ET: Here’s an interesting note from Nick Ames yesterday…Progress for Red Star Belgrade and Dinamo Zagreb last night means there’ll be two teams from ex-Yugoslavia in Champions League group stage for the first time since 1999/2000 – and the second time ever.— Nick Ames (@NickAmes82) August 28, 2019 Dinamo have been drawn into Group C with Man City, Shakhtar, and Atalanta, while Red Star are slotted in Group B alongside Bayern, Tottenham and Olympiakos.1:52 ET: Gab Marcotti is not so high on fellow Italian club Inter’s cha

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