AEK Athens vs Bayern Munich Live Match Streaming | Uefa Champions League 2018/19

AEK Athens vs Bayern Munich Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19

Depending on your perspective, Bayern Munich either got really unlucky or won the lottery with this draw. While it’s still the Champions League, the Bavarians missed out on all the heavyweights of the competition, making them clear favorites to top their group. Here you can get the AEK Athens vs Bayern Munich Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19 in free.

AEK Athens vs Bayern Munich Live Match Streaming:-


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  • 5:55pm
  • Tuesday 23rd October
  • Athens Olympic Stadium

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In fact, considering their pedigree, the German champions will be expected to come first with a flawless win record — anything less than that, and expect the media’s attack dogs to descend on Niko Kovac. The trickiest fixture comes first — on matchday 1, Bayern travels to Lisbon to face Benfica on their own turf. If Kovac can successfully navigate this fixture, then the rest of the group stage should be a formality.

Benfica will be the favorites to follow Bayern Munich out of this group and into the knockout rounds. They’ve started the Portuguese Premeira Liga with three wins and a draw out of four games, but so have Sporting and Braga. Then, there are three more teams behind them with 9 points each. It’ll be interesting to see if the league remains competitive and deep all season long and how that affects Benfica and Porto in the Champions League. As for the summer transfer window, Benfica was as busy as they always are during the summer transfer window, bringing in talented players like Facunda Ferreyra and Nicolas Castillo. They open with Bayern, but the return leg isn’t until Matchday 5. That gives them three matches in a row against Ajax and AEK Athens. If they grab at least seven points in those three matches, they will have nearly guaranteed themselves their knockout round spot.

The Dutch powerhouse did not catch much luck in being grouped with Bayern and Benfica, but de Godenzonen could present some interesting match-ups against either of those squads and has some extremely good, young talent on its roster. 19-year old Matthijs de Ligt is the key player to watch for Ajax as the youngster is considered one of the brightest defensive starlets in the world. Rumored FC Barcelona and Tottenham Hotspur target Frenkie de Jong is a 20-year old midfielder, who also is worth watching compete. Ajax, however, will likely have its hands full in creating offense in this group and will need others to step up and support 35-year old forward Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and 21-year old winger David Neres.

 

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