Musa and Ryan are back with a Champions League podcast, but before they get into the action, they talk about competition anthems, another book for Musa, and … Snoopy (00:51). There’s a very quick summary of a few domestic games in Italy and Spain (7:11) before getting into a thriller in snowy Allianz Arena, where PSG beat Bayern 3-2 thanks to two Kylian Mbappé goals (08:43), and where Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting earned some praise. Next, they touch on Chelsea’s two lovely goals in their away win against Porto (21:09) before it’s on to Tuesday’s games, beginning with Manchester City’s victory over Borussia Dortmund (28:24), and wrapping up with Real Madrid and Liverpool (38:48).
Snowy Bavarian Nights
Musa and Ryan get into a thriller in snowy Allianz Arena, touch on Chelsea’s two lovely goals in their away win against Porto, and talk Tuesday’s games
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