Jamie Carragher predicts Champions League winner

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source - football.london

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has made his predictions for the UEFA Champions League after the 1st leg of the semi-finals.

The matches in the Champions League were quite exciting, although Liverpool dominated the game against Villarreal and scored 2 goals at Anfield. Now, the Reds will play their 2nd leg against Villarreal at the Spanish side’s home ground.

However, the match between Manchester City and Real Madrid was enthralling for the viewers as Man City managed to score 2 early goals but ‘Karim the dream’ got one back for Los Blancos, who managed to keep the scoreline 4-3 with only trailing by 1 goal. Thus, now the Sky Blues have to face The Whites on the Spanish giant’s home turf.

Meanwhile, Liverpool legend, Jamie Carragher has already shared his prediction for the winner of the 2021-22 UCL.

Jamie Carragher on who will win the UEFA Champions League

As Liverpool already have the upper hand against Villarreal, the Reds legend has chosen the Merseyside club to win the Champions League this year. However, he also believes that it will be difficult for Jurgen Klopp’s men to chase the quadruple.

I think Liverpool will win the Champions League. The league I’m not so sure, Manchester City have the slight advantage in that if they win all their games they’ve won the league.

he told CBS sports

However, he feels differently about the other English club. Carragher believes that Manchester City will not be able to qualify for the finals.

The Spanish giants have already shown their survival instincts in the UCL this season after knocking out some big teams like Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea.

I think Madrid will go through. When you miss that many chances in the first leg you have got a massive problem. It’s a big standout game.

Carragher said

Therefore, these fixtures next week are going to be very exciting as all four teams will have everything to play for and will try their best to reach the UCL final.

As the clock ticks by, the finale stage could be set for an all-English final if both the England clubs keep their advantage intact.

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