Test your sports knowledge by betting on quarter finals of UEFA Champions League

It’s that time of the year, it’s spring, everything is blooming, days are getting longer and we are feeling the buzz of the sunny summer days that are yet to come. But, for the football fans across the globe spring means even more because UEFA Champions League for 2021/2022 season is coming down to the wire. Return games of the quarter finals ties are just around the corner and they will decide who is going to the semis, so why we don’t dive in reviews of those matches.

Real Madrid (Spain) vs Chelsea (England)

Two giants, with 15(!) Champions League titles between them, going head to head. First game of the tie took place at Chelsea’s home ground Stamford Bridge in London. Most fans expected that it would end in a draw with a few goals on both sides, but Real’s star-man Karim Benzema stole the show, netting a hat-trick (2nd game in row, following the return game versus PSG in round before) and helping his team secure a 3:1 away win. Huge lead for Madridistas coming into this game, but as the saying goes – ball is round and anything can happen.

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Bayern Munich (Germany) vs Villareal (Spain)

Villareal continues to defy the expectations laid on them at the start of the season, proving the doubters wrong by reaching the quarter finals on the wings of the spectacular win against Juventus in the round of 16. And, would you know it, they did it again by winning in the first leg of the knockout phase versus one of the favorites to win it all – Bayern Munich (1:0). The return game is played at Bayern’s home ground Allianz Arena (Munich Arena for CL games), and we all know how merciless they can be playing in front of their fans.

So, is Bayern Munich going to steamroll over Villareal? Or will the fairytale for the club from small Spanish town continue? It’s up for you to guess at our sports betting section.

Atletico Madrid (Spain) vs Manchester City (England)

Another tie where two phenomenal teams from Spain and England feature respectively. These teams are renown for two totally different styles of playing the game. Atletico being more defensively oriented hitting on the counter attacks, and Man City for their stellar attacking, possession dominating and high pressing style of football, and the first leg in the tie was no different. Man City were sieging around very well organized Diego Simeone’s side, trying to create goal scoring opportunities, but Atletico is though nut to crack, and they didn’t come from Madrid with white flag up. One small lapse of concatenation on Atletico’s side led to Kevin De Bruyne’s goal, ending the game in a 1:0 win for Man City.

What the return game of the tie has prepared for us, another drab affair or maybe, just maybe it will be one of those high octane games with firework on both sides? Visit our site and try predicting the outcome!

Liverpool (England) vs Benfica (Portugal)

Six times winners of the Europe’s most prestigious competition held nothing back against Benfica in the first leg, winning 3:1 away at The Estádio da Luz in Lisbon. You may as well say that the tie is wrapped, but more surprising results had happened in football. Benfica coming to Enfield has nothing to lose and they will certainly try their best to compensate the difference in goals. Liverpool’s manager Jürgen Klopp may rest some players due to Premier League’s nail-biting finish of the season, so expect the unexpected.

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