Impossible to miss this great game TODAY, Liverpool vs. Benfica are measured (LIVE | LIVE | ONLINE | TV) this Tuesday, April 5, as part of the first leg of the quarterfinals of the Champions League. The meeting will take place at the Da Luz Stadium in Lisbon and will start at 2:00 in the afternoon (Peruvian and Colombian time) with the transmission and narration by the signals of ESPN 2, ESPN Play and STAR Plus for all Latin American and European countries. The Colombian Luis Díaz would start from the start, so here we show you the TV channels and schedules of the duel.
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It was precisely in the Portuguese capital where Jürgen Klopp’s idyll with the ‘reds’ began; In the summer of 2015, during his vacation, the German coach received a call from the English club offering him the job of coach. Since that time, he had never returned to Lisbon, until this Tuesday, and he will do so with a Champions League and a Premier League more than on the last occasion.
Liverpool vs. Benfica: match schedules
- Peru, Mexico, Colombia and Ecuador: 2:00 pm
- Bolivia and Venezuela: 3:00 p.m.
- Paraguay, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil: 4:00 pm
- Spain: 9:00 p.m.
As a guarantee seal, the ‘red’ team has its spectacular comeback in the Premier League, where it has cut a difference of 11 points with the leader Manchester City to reduce it to just one, and its almost immaculate record in the continental competition.
In fact, only the narrow loss in the second leg of the round of 16 tie against Inter Milan (0-1) put an end to their total of seven consecutive wins in their previous seven games, although the 0-2 in the first leg at the Giuseppe Meazza was enough to seal the pass.
With a luxury trident formed by the Egyptian Mohamed Salah, the Senegalese Sadio Mané and the Portuguese Diego Jota, Liverpool will seek to hurt a Benfica that was not a favorite in the round of 16 either and managed to surprise Ajax in Amsterdam (0-1 ).
Darwin Núñez’s goal in the 77th minute allowed the ‘Águilas’ to get through the round, after a 2-2 first-leg win in Lisbon. Now, Nélson Veríssimo’s men once again entrust themselves to the Uruguayan forward, top scorer in the Portuguese league (21).
In search of their first semifinals in Champions format – they were already champions of the European Cup in 1961 and 1962 -, the ‘incarnates’ recover Moroccan midfielder Adel Taarabt and Swiss striker Haris Seferovic, a former Real Sociedad player. In exchange, they will not be able to count on the injured Lucas Veríssimo and Rodrigo Pinho.
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