Musa and Ryan go over this week’s Champions League quarterfinal second legs, beginning with PSG’s progression past Bayern despite defeat in Paris (8:34) and Chelsea, who also lost the leg but won the tie, getting past Porto (26:13). Dortmund did themselves proud, but it wasn’t enough to stop Manchester City impressing, heading into their first semifinal under Pep Guardiola (29:54), and Real Madrid’s goalless draw at Anfield was enough to see them through (41:23). There’s also chat about Musa’s new book, England’s bright future, and more!
... And Then There Were Four
Ryan and Musa discuss the Champions League quarterfinals and more
This one was very tricky again, but Ben was able to give a unique insight into why these GKs deserve their place in the top 10
Nora and Steven also break down which coaches are on the hot seat
Philly and San Francisco last met up in January’s NFC championship game, but injuries made that a lopsided fight. This time around, these teams are squaring off to see who has the edge in the race for the NFC’s top seed—and who should be the Super Bowl favorite.
The guys also give their best bets for the week
Sacramento’s playoff drought is finally over. Now it’s looking to take the next step and make noise in the postseason. Will internal improvement be enough? Or will the front office be pressured into making a deal?
Musa and Ryan also talk about Real Madrid’s 4-2 win over Napoli and Newcastle’s late disappointment against PSG