Matchday 4 of the UEFA Champions League (UCL) was underway today with some exciting games. Courtesy a brace scored by Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United got to keep its position at the top of Group F with 7 points. Villareal also won its game against Young Boys by putting 2 goals past Young Boys. Villareal now sit at the 2nd position in Group F - on level points with Manchester United.
Barcelona secured the 3 points when they played away from home against Dynamo Kyiv courtesy a 70th minute goal by Ansu Fati. Bayern Munich made it 4 out of 4 wins as the Bavarians put 5 goals past SL Benfica while Benfica could pull only 2 back. At this point, it can be said emphatically that Bayern Munich has qualified from Group E for the next round of the competition. Which team would stop The Bavarians in the UCL this season?
In the same way, one could also say that Juventus has also qualified from Group H to the next round of the competition after the Italian giant has secured all the 12 points in its UCL games this season. Chelsea won its game against Malmo FF in the early kickoff courtesy a second-half goal scored by Hakim Ziyech. The Blues would surely qualify from Group H looking at the standings of the group.
Check below for the results from today's games:
Check below for the standings in Groups E, F, G and H:
Groups E and F
Groups G and H
What are the chances of Manchester United qualifying for the next round of the competition? With the exception of Bayern Munich and Juventus, which other teams look likely to book a place in the next round? Kindly leave all your comments below.
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