The UEFA Champions league is inarguably the most competitive contest in Europe and in the world at large.
The 32-team competition as a selection of Europe’s finest and strongest teams per time.
It is most definitely every player and manager’s dream to lift this most valuable silverware for the glory, recognition and also the pride that accompanies its possession.
With virtually all European leagues about three weeks to one month old in the current season, the UCL has done the draws and revealed teams to take part in the 2022/2023 contest.
The first group is a fair mix of teams; consisting of Ajax, Liverpool, Napoli and Rangers.
Group B would be a tussle between Porto, Atlético Madrid, Bayer Leverkusen, and Club Brugge.
Group C has to be the most rigorous combination of all. It involves Catalan giants Barcelona, the Bavarian Bayern Munich, Inter Milan, and Viktoria Plzen.
The fourth group boasts in owning Eintracht Frankfurt, Tottenham Hotspur, Sporting CP, and Marseille.
Group E is a wealth of Italian champions AC Milan, Chelsea, Salzburg and Dinamo Zagreb.
Group F hosts returning Champions Real Madrid, RB Liepzig, Shakhtar Donetsk, and Celtic.
The seventh group will see English champions Manchester City, Sevilla, Dortmund, and Copenhagen wrestle to secure the first and second qualifying spots.
The final group is also backed to be a tooth and nail fight with PSG, Juventus, Benfica and Maccabi Haifa all looking forward to outmuscling the other for the prize.
Indeed the fixture is one that is bound to involve much drama, as unpopular teams will be hoping to increase their fame.
The subjects of much interest would be how former German striking pair Lewandowski and Haaland return to face their old sides- Bayern Munich and Dortmund respectively.