Lima, December 6, 2021Updated 12/06/2021 09:09 pm
Group A is closed. Manchester City faces RB Leipzig LIVE | LIVE | FREE for the UEFA Champions League this Tuesday, December 7 from 12:45 pm (Peruvian time). You can follow him through the minute by minute of El Comercio.
A difficult game for RB Leipzig, who will be looking for a place in the Europa League, while Manchester City arrives with the first place assured, so it is likely that they will carry out rotations.
Those from Germany come with their morale at peak after defeating Club Brujas by a landslide (5-0) in their last game. The English, for their part, achieved a great 2-1 victory against Paris Saint-Germain.
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¿Dónde ver Manchester City vs. RB Leipzig?
The RB Leipzig vs. Manchester City will take place at the Red Bull Arena on date 6 of Group A of the UEFA Champions League. The duel between European clubs can be seen through the ESPN signal and ONLINE through the Star + signal.
Those led by Pep Guardiola are having a great season, getting three wins and one loss in their last four games. Even within the Premier League they are in the first position after 15 dates with a total of 35 points.
Manchester City came close to closing a perfect score in the group stage, but fell (in the first leg) against PSG 2-0 and with a goal from Lionel Messi.
In the case of Leipzig, they are in 11th place in the Bundesliga after 14 games with 18 units. The top zone of the table belongs to Bayern Munich (34), Borussia Dortmund (30) and Leverkusen (27).
Notably, Leipzig will host City on Tuesday in an empty stadium due to coronavirus restrictions and with an interim manager following the firing of Jesse Marsch.
Manchester City vs. RB Leipzig: possible lineups
Manchester City:Ederson; Kyle Walker, Jhon Stones, Nathan Ake, Oleksandr Zinchenko; Ilkay Gundogan, Fernandinho, Bernardo Silva; Riyad Mahrez, Gabriel Jesus, Jack Grealish.
RB Leipzig: Peter Gulacsi; Lukas Klostermann, Mohamed Simakan, Joko Gvardiol; Nordi Mukiele, Tyler Adams, Konrad Laimer, Angeliño; Chritopher Nkunku, Emil Forsberg; Andre Silva.