UEFA Champions League draw: Easy pickings for Manchester City, Inter enter group of death and Ronaldo’s dinner invitation to Messi

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Manchester City should easily navigate the challenges from Shaktar, Atalanta, and Dinamo Zagreb in Group C.

Group G is up in the air as far as footballing odds are concerned. Each of Lyon, Leipzig, Zenit and Benfica have equal chances of qualifying.

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On late Thursday night, some of the best teams in the world found out the obstacles in their way to club competition’s most prestigious trophy: The Champions League. In a two-in-one black-tie event in the aptly placed bourgeoisie, by-the-sea Monaco – a safe-haven for tax invaders and indictment fiends, UEFA, the European football organising with a sketchy off-the-field working, awarded the best players on the pitch. Here’s a commentary on the most notable events of the night.
Easy pickings for Manchester City, Inter enter group of death, Liverpool relish low air miles
Group A sees Real Madrid and PSG trying to flog their rivals Galatasaray and Club Brugge unconscious. Both PSG and Real Madrid are in the doldrums direction-wise, and there could be a chance of an upset somewhere (or a pleasant surprise if you tune into football for the sweet vicarious schadenfreude of the giant-killing act).
Group B consists of last year’s surprise finalists Tottenham Hotspur, while the other three teams have all at one point or another won the European Cup (Bayern Munich, Red Star Belgrade, Olympiakos). This year Tottenham will look to shed their impostor syndrome.
Manchester City should easily navigate the challenges from Shaktar, Atalanta, and Dinamo Zagreb in Group C.
Group D is a tight one as it boasts of perennial underachievers apart from Juventus. Atletico Madrid, Bayer Leverkusen and CSKA Moscow will look to further hurt the ego of the Italian giant.
Group E features six-time Champions of Europe, Liverpool FC. A 4000-mile round-trip around Napoli, Salzburg, and Genk will mean Jurgen Klopp’s paper-thin squad may endure.
Inter are on a sour patch of luck. Th

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