The second leg matches of the EUFA Champions League semifinals will kick off tonight with Man City hosting French giants PSG at the Etihad Stadium. Chelsea will welcome Real Madrid tomorrow at Stamford Bridge.
Based on the players' performance from the first leg clashes among these four(4) clubs, where City thrashed PSG 2-1 while The Blues and The Los Blancos settled for a 1-1 draw, the players were rated, with Chelsea having a majority of the team with four(4) players, Madrid(3), City(3), and PSG(1).
With a 4-3-3 formation, Real Madrid's Courtois(goalkeeper) with a back four of Eder Militao(Real Madrid), Marquinhos(PSG), Antony Rudiger(Chelsea), and Zinchenko(Man City). The midfield included N'golo Kante(Chelsea), Jorginho(Chelsea), and Kevin De Bruyne(Man City), the forward line Riyad Mahrez(Man City), Karim Benzema(Real Madrid), and Christian Pulisic(Chelsea).
Who do you think does not deserve to be in this squad? Which player did you expect to see?
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