Things you might not know about the Champions League semifinals | ESPN FC

Alison Bender breaks down the facts and storylines behind the Champions League semifinal matchups between Liverpool and Roma, and Bayern Munich and Real Madrid.

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18 thoughts on “Things you might not know about the Champions League semifinals | ESPN FC

  1. FC BAYERN 🇩🇪🍻🇩🇪🍻🇩🇪🍻🇩🇪🇩🇪🇩🇪🍻🇩🇪🍻🇩🇪🍻🇩🇪

  2. If I had to bet $ naturally I’d bet on Real but deep down I want Liverpool to win. Salah deserves the title and the attention after his great performances this season

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