The city of Moscow in its Stadio Olimpico is in the qualifiers of the Champions League. The Romans beat Viktoria Plzen 5-0 in the last games of the group and not in the surprise that they are favorites to win the football match on Tuesday. The Giallorossi are a real force to keep in mind at home and in the same place that Edin Dzeko has been scoring goals to have fun in recent times. CSKA, on the other hand, proved their worth in a historic 1-0 victory over Real Madrid, but defeating Roma at the Olympic Stadium is easier said than done. At their last meeting in the “Eternal City”, the Roma beat CSKA Moscow 5-1, in which they found the reason for the victory at home.
This match will be played on 10/24/2018 at 01:00
Alessandro Florenzi is probably the most impressive product of the youth academy of AS Roma since Francesco Totti and Daniele De Rossi, and the complete defender has already become an important player for the club and the country. The talented footballer, able to operate with both the right-back and the right-back, is probably best remembered for scoring a wonderful goal from midway in the Champions League match against Barcelona, but there’s a lot more for him than an occasional surprise blow. While he usually played as an extreme during his early career, Florenzi switched to the defense attack on both the national team of Rome and Italy, and that turned out to be a very good play for his career. While helping the Gialorossi to return to the old days of glory, the right-back also left his mark on the international stage, especially impressive since Antonio Conte took charge of the reigns in the national team. Although he has not yet realized his full potential, Florenzi already has an impressive high-flying experience and a bright future is anticipated in the game.
HIGHLIGHTED TEAM (CSKA MOSCOW):
The most prominent division of the CSKA Moscow sports club, the Armeitsy as they are commonly referred to in Russia were founded in 1911 and were the official team of the Soviet Army during the communist era. Since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, PFC CSKA Moscow have been become a privately owned club, with the Ministry of Defence as a shareholder. The Army Men are one of the most successful clubs in Russian football with a rich legacy and extensive heritage both in modern era and in Soviet football alike CSKA Moscom won seven Soviet championship titles, while they have also added six Russian Premier League title for the total tally of 13 major domestic honours. CSKA Moscow also boast a remarkable record at the international level as well with the Armeitsy winning the UEFA Cup in 2005 having beaten Sporting CP to become the first ever Russian club to win a major European title. During the last decade CSKA Moscow reached UEFA Champions League quarter-finals in 2010 and the knockout stage the following year.