Napoli vs Liverpool live stream, telecast, schedule, lineups 2018

The game will be played at Stadio San Paolo on Wednesday, October 3 at 8pm BST.

The club has received an allocation of 2,639 tickets for fans to buy.

The club also received an additional allocation of 200 senior seats which, according to UEFA guidelines, will be used as part of the allocation of the players, players and staff of the UEFA Youth League team, the staff of the traveling club and the VIPs.

Napoli has instructed the club to write the name of each supporter who attends each ticket purchased.

The identification will be requested at the turnstiles when the stadium is accessed and compared with the name on the ticket.

Do not attempt to delete or change the name of the ticket as it will be denied entry.

We would also like to remind fans that important safety information will be provided for fans traveling to Naples in the run-up to the game.

The information has been provided by the Italian authorities together with the club officers of LFC, and we strongly recommend that you follow all the information and instructions given.

The draw on Thursday gave the French club Monaco an equally difficult task, with Atlético de Madrid, Borussia Dortmund and Club Brugge on the way.

Lyon, the third French club, will face Manchester City, Shakhtar Donetsk and Hoffenheim.

The holders of Real Madrid, who have won the competition for the last three years, are in Group G with Rome, CSKA Moscow and Viktoria Plzen.

Former Real Cristiano Ronaldo star, who proved the glory of the Champions League with Manchester United, will return to Old Trafford with his new club Juventus.

In what could be said is the less glamorous group, former European champion Porto will face Moscow’s Lokomotiv, Schalke 04 and Galatasaray.

Group E also has three former European champions: Bayern Munich, Benfica and Ajax Amsterdam, along with AEK Athens.

And for his return to the competition after an absence of six years, Inter Milan faced Barcelona, ​​Tottenham Hotspur and PSV Eindhoven.

The draw in its entirety:

Group A: Atlético de Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Monaco, Club de Brujas.

Group B: Barcelona, ​​Tottenham, PSV Eindhoven, Inter Milan.

Group C: PSG, Napoli, Liverpool, Red Star Belgrade.

Group D: Lokomotiv Moscow, Porto, Schalke, Galatasaray.

Group E: Bayern Munich, Benfica, Ajax, AEK Athens.

Group F: Manchester City, Shakhtar Donetsk, Lyon, Hoffenheim.

Group G: Real Madrid, Rome, CSKA Moscow, Viktoria Plzen.

Group H: Juventus, Manchester United, Valencia, Young Boys.

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The runners-up of last season fell in the third round for Thursday’s draw after Benfica overcame the qualification and their tie in Group C faces the most expensive player in the world, $ 198 million Neymar, and the winner of the World Cup, Kylian Mbappe, among others.

Liverpool and PSG have been avoided so far in the Champions League, and their last meeting was in the 1997 European Cup Winners’ Cup, when the Reds lost the semi-finals 3-2 on aggregate.

Red Star Belgrade scored a 0-0 draw against Napoli on the Serbian team’s debut in the Champions League when goalkeeper Milan Borjan made a barrage of attacks in an exciting clash of Group C on Tuesday.

The visitors hit twice the wood and missed a series of opportunities, leaving frustrated his manager, Carlo Ancelotti, after losing points in a difficult group that also includes Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain.

“He was close, we just missed the final spark,” said Ancelotti, who also praised Borjan and refused to criticize his players.

“We have not been able to win an important game, but there are five more and we can defeat anyone, we made small errors when passing and shooting and we had bad luck.”

The Red Star international defender in Australia, Milos Degenek, was overwhelmed by the atmosphere.

“I almost burst into tears when I heard the roar of the terraces,” he told reporters.

“It was a dream come true, it was a tough game, we fought a lot and we had to defend ourselves for very long periods, we are delighted and now we have made life difficult for Napoli.”

Napoli dominated the first half and twice came close to taking the lead when Lorenzo Insigne shook the crossbar and Borjan denied Arkadiusz Milik from close range with a good reflex stop.

Encouraged by the fervent 55,000 fans of the home crowd, the winners of the 1991 European Cup, Red Star, rarely got out of their own half, but their full midfield and well-organized defense kept Napoli at bay.

Several last-gasp tackles early in the second half kept the Red Star afloat and threatened for the first time in the 58th minute when Napoli goalkeeper David Ospina got rid of a low shot from substitute Dusan Jovancic.

Borjan stifled an effort by Piotr Zielinski shortly after and substitute Dries Mertens fired from the edge of the six-yard area, while Napoli continued to build up pressure with a quick one-touch pass.

Mario Rui shaved off the bar with a curling free kick and a Red Star defender cleared Jose Callejon’s shot off the line after another fast attack by the visitors on the left flank, with the home team dangling desperately.

With the 1991 Red Star generation watching after receiving a standing ovation from the fans before the start, the home team almost scored against the line of play when Ospina saved a shot in the 80th minute from striker Richmond Boakye.

Napoli could not find the way in the final stages when Red Star closed ranks, drawing great applause from his fans after rescuing a point with a great performance.

Roma vs Plzen live stream, telecast, schedule, lineups 2018

An instructive and honest assessment of the misadventures of Roma at the Bernabéu on Wednesday night made the defeat no less painful for visiting support. But it was difficult not to find a kernel of truth in the words that Monchi pronounced when passing through the mixed zone shortly after full time.

“The best Rome last season probably lost tonight too,” he observed, and it’s hard to disagree.

Real Madrid won the Champions League in four of the last five years and, despite all the curiosity about how they would fare without Zinedine Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo, their recent dominance was not due exclusively to that duo. Luka Modric is expected to clean up the individual prizes this season, finishing with Ronaldo and Messi for a decade at the Golden Ball, and as the coach of Rome, Eusebio Di Francesco, noted in his subsequent press conference, there were six Real players Madrid in the team that took Croatia 6-0 in the League of Nations earlier this month.

Everyone knew when the draw was made that leaving for the European champions represented the most difficult of group games in Rome. The Gazzetta dello Sport compared it to climbing Mount Everest and in the end, a white storm meant that they did not get anywhere near the summit. Since Di Francesco looked a lot like Sherpa Tenzing last year when leading Rome to the semifinals for the first time since 1984, the disappointment can be explained, at least in part, by expectations.

Rome could have lost to the same opponent if they had faced each other in the knockouts earlier this year. But the key difference between losing 4-1 at the Camp Nou in April and a 3-0 defeat at the Bernabéu on Wednesday is that Roma left the field in Barcelona convinced that the result was a lie and that they deserved better. (The same happened, by the way, after 3-3 at Stamford Bridge in December). That performance in Catalonia gave them the confidence to achieve the “Romantada” fifteen days later.

Unfortunately, the truth was more unpleasant this time because Madrid was the one who thought that the result did not tell the whole story.

“The dominance of Madrid was absolute in the first half,” Emilio Butragueño told reporters in the mixed zone. “We went into the break 1-0 but we deserved more goals, we scored three of them and their goalkeeper was their best player.”

De Rossi has been in Rome for his entire career and said after losing to Real that he knows this team can do better. Quality sports images / Getty Images
Robin Olsen, who has received a disproportionate amount of criticism this season apparently for not being Alisson and for making a mistake in a goal that Torino had rejected on the first day, prevented this was another “Saco de Roma” to match Bayern and Barcelona humiliations of the Rudi Garcia era, not to mention the 7-1 at Old Trafford in 2007. For me it was more like the first match of the Champions League, the 0-0 with Atleti, which probably would have gone in the same way for another exceptional display of goalkeepers and bad shots of Rome’s opponents at night.

The big picture here, however, is that all is not lost. There are five group games remaining and the next two are at home for Viktoria Plzen and a CSKA Moscow team in transition now that the Berezutski brothers, Sergei Ignashevich and Aleksandr Golovin have moved on. The frustration for Captain Daniele De Rossi, however, stems from the fact that he knows that the Roma are better than this.

“We are also a strong team,” he told Sky Italia on Wednesday, “not as strong as [Madrid], but we have to keep an eye on the form we have presented so far.” The Roma occupy ninth place in the Serie A and have not won since the opening day, as some of the problems they had last season remain.

Excellent in the Olympics in the great European nights, they were defeated six times in Serie A last year and their house form continues to disappoint them. The scoring goals were not easy in Di Francesco’s first season and although they are flowing better this season, finding the back of the net still feels like hard work. They can not trust Edin Dzeko to make his best impression of Marco van Basten every week, or Javier Pastore in speculative tackles like the one he scored against Atalanta. Gypsies create a lot, but few of their possibilities are clear and, when they are, the conversion rate is too low.

New concerns this season include giving opponents an edge by giving them the first half. It happened against Atalanta, who was six weeks ahead in his physical preparation after returning early for the Europa League, then against Milan, who had played a game less than them and such.

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Juventus will take advantage of Cristiano Ronaldo during his trip from Serie A to Frosinone after his red card of the Champions League.

The 33-year-old received a red card after the confrontation with Valencia ace Jeison Murillo, which means he will miss the home game with Young Boys.

UEFA’s disciplinary panel is ready to determine if the ban will be extended, meaning that an emotional return to Old Trafford could be missed to face Manchester United.

However, for now, Ronaldo will be desperate to make amends after the incident with the 19th Frosinone in his sights.

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Ronaldo scored his first two goals for Juventus in last week’s 2-1 victory over Sassuolo, who also saw the old woman suffer a red card.

Douglas Costa was fired for kicking, punching and spitting at an opponent, and has received a four-game ban.

The Brazilian winger also suffered an ankle injury, which means he can not return to the team in the short term.

Sami Khedira left the game against Valencia after picking up an anbd knock and can not risk this night.

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News of the Juventus team: XI predicted by Express Sport to face Frosinone (Image: Getty Images)
Juventus could make several changes to their lineup after the midweek clash to keep everyone fit and happy on the team.

Juan Cuadrado, Daniele Rugani and Emre Can could be among the players to start.

Paulo Dybala will return to the lineup after missing the Champions League match, with Mario Mandzukic ready to start on the left wing.

Ronaldo is likely to lead the fearsome attack, and will be eager to forget his expulsion, instead of focusing on increasing his goal tally.
CRISTIANO Ronaldo scored late for Juventus against the Frosinone minnows to forget all about his tears in Valencia.
The 33-year-old left the field crying after being harshly shown a red card during the Juve’s Champions League clash in the Spanish city in the week.

But he returned to the business for the summer signing of 178 million Australian dollars by Real Madrid when he scored a heartbreaking effort to break the hearts of Frosinone in the 81st minute.


Ronaldo bagged his third goal for the Serie A giants.
Ronaldo bagged his third goal for the Serie A giants.
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Pjanic’s shot was blocked by a defender and the rebound fell directly on the former Manchester United player, who beat Sportiello calmly.

There were some arguments that Ronaldo was in an offside position, but the lineman’s flag remained low, and the referee chose not to use VAR.

Juve, who dominated the possession but was poor in the last third, added some brilliance to the score in the fourth minute of injury time.

Ronaldo won the ball in his own penalty area and took it to the other end of the field before taking it from Pjanic.


Alex Sandro fires an archery.
Alex Sandro fires an archery.
Source: AP
The central midfielder looked up and found Federico Bernardeschi in the space that took advantage of the opportunity with a curly effort that beat Sportiello.

Against Valencia, Ronaldo left the field of play in tears after seeing red for an incident out of the ball with Jeison Murillo.

Ronaldo will definitely miss the Juventus clash with Young Boys on October 2, but faces losing up to three games this year’s competition.

And that would mean the Portuguese forward, 33, will miss the game at Old Trafford on October 23 and return to Turin on November 7.


Ronaldo is attacked by his teammates after scoring the opening goal.
Ronaldo is attacked by his teammates after scoring the opening goal.
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Ronaldo can not launch an appeal against the red card received in minute 29 at the Mestalla.

He collided with Murillo before the Valencia defender fell theatrically to the ground.

Ronaldo bent down and seemed to grab the defender’s hair, who then got up and approached Juventus.

The 33-year-old received marching orders for the eleventh time in his career and left crying.

He was consoled by Juventus manager Max Allegri and headed towards the tunnel for an early shower.

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Sanches, who has lived a torrid year since leaving Benfica in Munich with 18 years in the summer of 2016, crowned a good performance in Lisbon with the first goal of his career at Bayern.

“I’m so happy to have had a night like this in Lisbon, and I want to thank the Benfica fans,” Sanches told Sky. “It was a very special moment for me and I enjoyed it a lot.”

The young Portuguese goal in the second half crowned a perfect debut in the Champions League in the dugout of Bayern coach Niko Kovac. Bayern took the lead after only ten minutes.

Franck Ribery’s cross found Robert Lewandowski in the box, and the Polish forward put the ball in the bottom corner.

Imago 20180919 Robert Lewandowski shot home the first goal of the game for Bayern Munich.
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Ribery and James Rodriguez snatched chances to put the 2-0, but Benfica slowly recovered the game and Eduardo Salvio forced a strong shot by Manuel Neuer just before the half hour of play.

In what remained an extraordinarily open first half, Arjen Robben missed a good opportunity to double Bayern’s advantage in the counterattack, firing directly at Benfica goalkeeper Odisseas Vlachodimos.

After being reprimanded at halftime, Joshua Kimmich let out a sigh of relief just before the break, when Bayern’s right-back appeared to beat Franco Cervi from behind, but the referee rejected the penalty calls.

The second half belonged to Sanches, who left the blocks after the break.

Having denied Benfica a brilliant tackle at one end, the Bayern midfielder found the net on the other.

Hitting the ball with Robben, Sanches found space in the box and, with gratitude, made a handful on James’ cross at the far post to make it 2-0.

Nicolas Tagliafico was the unlikely hero as Ajax before got his campaign in Group E of the Champions League with a winning start with a 3-0 victory over AEK Athens.

League of Dutch soccer champions Two goals tonight at the Johan Cruyff Arena for Nicolas Tagliafico.
Source: Peter Dejong

The Eredivisie team was stifled before halftime by a resilient AEK team, which had the best chance of the first half with Andre Simoes.

But the men of Erik ten Hag came out of the blocks quickly after the interval, the defender and the infrequent Tagliafico striker managed to advance to 51 seconds in half.

AEK was able to offer little in response and they broke their spirits when substitute Donny van de Beek scored to break the Ajax lead, with Tagliafico enjoying a huge portion of his fortune when his off-balance hit flew into the net in the time of discount.

On the other hand, the substitute Maycon scored a goal in the 81st minute when Shakhtar Donetsk recovered to secure a 2-2 draw against Hoffenheim in a violent first match of Group F.

Defender Havard Nordtveit seemed to be the unlikely hero, as Hoffenheim, which debuted in the group stage of the Champions League, twice won the lead at Metalist Stadium.

Florian Grillitsch gave Julian Nagelsmann’s team an early lead, but Ismaily canceled his neat final, which cut Nordtveit too easily to the left of Shakhtar before beating Oliver Baumann.

However, the former West Ham defender made peace at the other end of the field, moving the script when he appeared in a corner to nod home with what appeared to be the winner.

Shakhtar struggled to open Hoffenheim in the second half until Maycon cut his point from distance, firing a left-footed shot from outside the penalty area past goalkeeper Oliver Baumann.

The hosts were close to catching a late winner – Marlos saw an effort blocked by Taras Stepanenko, with Shakhtar’s strong claims for handball rejected – but the Bundesliga club held firm during a frantic end to pick up a point in the path .

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The fans of the trip, week after week, are the ones that bring the noise and atmosphere that the sponsors of the Champions League acquire while transmitting to the world.

The English Premier League took the time to realize this, but they did and there has been significant progress made by fan groups, such as the Football Fan Federation, with respect to the prices of the tickets of the best airlines. Tickets now have a cap of $ 39, an achievement given that Arsenal charged $ 83 to fans traveling in 2014.

Juventus’ Cristiano Ronaldo during the match of Serie A against Lazio. Photo: Reuters
Revenues from ticket sales used to be the most important income for a club, but now they make their money easier elsewhere, mainly through television or commercial activities. The prices of the tickets hardly increase in the Premier League, which engenders the good will of the fans, if the constant changes of the times of launching to adapt to the television do not do it.

In Italy, United fans will pay US $ 1.30 less to visit Juventus next November than when they paid US $ 72 for a game in 1999.

But it is different in Spain, where no club sells its stadium regularly.

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Athletic Bilbao, a fantastic club with good social conscience, did not seem so admirable when they charged the United fans 104 dollars for a Europa League ticket behind a wire fence in 2012. Villarreal charged the fans $ 87 for sit behind a giant network. Four of the most expensive tickets in United’s history for a non-final or semi-final game have been for matches in Spain, where monthly salaries of USD1,155 are normal among the working class.
The Portuguese coach of Manchester United, José Mourinho, gives instructions to his players against the fans of Sevilla. Photo: AFP
When the Belgian club Anderlecht charged the Bayern Munich fans $ 115 per ticket, the Bayern fans protested and their club got reimbursements. United and Sevilla, however, were involved in an absurd situation in which both subsidized their own fans to avoid being cheated on their legs.

This is not a problem for UEFA because, according to its rules, it is up to the individual clubs to set their ticket prices.