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The Colombian attacking protagonist, again, with Atlanta, thinks about the Champions League.
Luis Fernando Muriel.
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February 21, 2021, 03:04 p.m.
Colombian Louis Muriel, Who scored a goal in Atlanta’s 4-2 win over Naples this Sunday and provided an aid, said it would be “hard to be” if his team repeats this performance against Real Madrid next Wednesday in the first leg of the 16th Champions League round. Zinedine Zidane.
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“Winning today (Sunday) is very important, winning weighs a lot to qualify for the ‘Champions’, which is the impetus for Wednesday. In reports to “Sport”.
“With this balance, as Atlanta played this Sunday, I think it will be very difficult for Madrid as well. We will try to compete well and we have a unique opportunity,” he added.
If Atlanta had played like they did this Sunday, with this balance, I think it would have been much harder for Madrid as well.
Muriel was the protagonist of an outstanding performance at the Kewis Stadium in Bergamo this Sunday.
(read more: Colombian formula! Muriel’s help and Twin’s goal)
He helped his teammate Duane Sabada to a 1-0 lead, a 2-1 goal by German Robin Kozensen, and a 3-1 draw with a powerful left-footed shot for a team.
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