The second round of group stage matches for the Champions League kicked off this week - and it did not disappoint.
Liverpool thrashed FC Porto 5-1 with Mohammed Salah and Roberto Firmino both scoring twice and Sadio Mané making up the fifth goal.
The other English side to play did not find quite such the same luck.
Manchester City lost 2-0 to Paris St-Germain and adding insult to injury, Lionel Messi scored his first goal for PSG against his former Manager totalling the number of Champions League goals he has scored to 121.
The second night of the second round of group stages continues Wednesday 29 September with Manchester United taking on Villarreal, and Chelsea travelling to Turin. As reigning champions, Chelsea, will look to solidify their group stage position as they take on Juventus in a bid to win the cup for a third time.
Manchester United lost their first match to Young Boys in the first round of the group stage and will therefore look for a defiant win against Villarreal if they are to keep their Champions League hopes alive.
The rest of 2021 will see out the remainder of the group stage matches, with the next match days to take place on Tuesday 19 October and Wednesday 20 October, before the knockout stages begin on 15 February 2022.
When is the Champions League Final?
The 2021/22 Champions League Final will be played on Saturday 28 May 2022.
Where is the Champions League Final?
The final will take place at the Gazprom Arena in Saint Petersburg, Russia. This is the first time the home of FC Zenit has hosted the UEFA Champions League final. This will be the third major UEFA final to be played in Russia - the first came in 1999 when Parma beat Marseille, and the second came in 2008 when Manchester United beat Chelsea on penalties. Both matches took place at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.
The stadium boasts a retractable roof and has a capacity in excess of 60,000.
What time is the Champions League Final kick off?
The UEFA has not yet released the start time for the final.
The last time the final was played in Moscow, which was in 2008, the kick off was at 7.45pm BST or 10.45 MSD.
How to watch the Champions League Final
As per UEFA Champions League TV rights, BT Sports holds the exclusive rights to broadcast live games as well as highlights which includes online streaming via a BT Sport Pass.
You can subscribe for BT Sport Monthly pass which costs £25 for 30 days and this pass gives users full access to BT Sport channels.
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