The composition of the eight groups of the UEFA Champions League 2021/22 which will begin on September 14 and will be defined on May 28, 2022 at the Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg, Russia. This will be a historic edition due to the presence of Lionel Messi at PSG, top contender, after leaving Barcelona, with which he won three editions of this contest.
La Pulga and his team, PSG, will be part of Group A together with Josep Guardiola’s Manchester City, who is currently negotiating for Cristiano Ronaldo, Leipzig from Germany and Bruges from Belgium.
Meanwhile, luck determined a complex outlook for Atlético de Madrid by Diego Simeone, that integrates Group B with Liverpool of England, Porto of Portugal and Milan of Italy in which it is already the classic “group of death” of each draw.
For his part Chelsea, the defending champion, He went to the last group, H, along with Juventus, Zenit and Malmo, an area that is very accessible to the whole of England.
The 2021/22 UEFA Champions League groups
Manchester City (Inglaterra)
Atlético Madrid (Spain)
Sporting Lisbon (Portugal)
Borussia Dortmund (Alemania)
Inter Milan (Italy)
Real Madrid (Spain)
Shakthar Donetsk (Ukraine)
Sheriff Tiraspol (Moldova)
Bayern Munich (Alemania)
Dynamos Kiev (Ukraine)
Manchester United (Inglaterra)
Young Boys (Suiza)
First working day: 14/15 September
Second journey: 28/29 September
Third day: 19/20 October
Fourth day: 2/3 November
Fifth journey: 23/24 November
Sixth journey: 7/8 December.
The most emotional moment: award to the medical team that saved the life of Christian Eriksen
The captain of the Danish national team Simon kjaer as well as the members of the medical team that saved the life of the Danish international Christian Eriksen During a meeting at the last European Championship they were awarded the UEFA President’s Award 2021 on Thursday in Istanbul.
The prize is a tribute for his “vital contribution” helping Eriksen when the 29-year-old Danish midfielder suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed on the pitch during the UEFA EURO 2020 group stage match between Denmark and Finland on 12 June at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen.
Denmark’s medical team that saved the life of UEFA-awarded Christian Eriksen.
Thanks to the rapid response of the medical team and excellent emergency treatment, Eriksen was revived on the pitch
A task in which the “quick reaction” of the Danish team captain Simon Kjaer was essential, who demonstrated “exceptional leadership qualities”.
Along with Kjaer, the members of the medical team that treated Christian Eriksen on the pitch were awarded, consisting of Mogens Kreutzfeldt, medical director, Frederik Flensted, stadium medical director, Anders Boesen, field emergency doctor, and Peder Ersgaard , paramedic.
Also honored were the Medical Officers at UEFA Headquarters: Jens Kleinefeld Valentin Velikov, as well as the Danish team’s medical team consisting of Morten Skjoldager, the physiotherapist accompanying the team’s doctor, and Morten Boesen, the team’s doctor. .