Panorama of the Mexicans after the fifth day of the Champions League


Looking ahead to the final day of the Champions League, we explain the situation of Santiago Giménez, Hirving Lozano and Jorge Sánchez

The fifth day of the Group Stage in Champions League and only one of three Mexican soccer players who participated in the club’s highest competition in UEFA It has its future almost defined by the Old Continent.

Below we share what is left of Date 5 Santiago Giménez, Hirving Lozano and Jorge Sánchez and its outlook for the last day of Champions League.

‘Chaquito’ and Feyenoord were eliminated from the Champions League after losing at home against Atlético de Madrid. Giménez was one of the “villains” against the Colchoneros by scoring an own goal in a 1-3 loss. The Rotterdam squad will continue their European path in the Europa League.

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So far, ‘Bebote’ has two goals in the Group Stage of the Champions League and hopes to score at least one more goal in the final match against Celtic. Feyenoord’s performance in the Champions League was not what its fans expected after the good first round of the current champion of the Netherlands.

PSV and ‘Chucky’ are close to securing their presence in the Champions League Round of 16 after starring in a historic comeback against Sevilla. The Eindhoven team managed to come back from a 2-0 deficit at Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán and eliminated the squad led by Diego Alonso. On the final day, PSV will look to seal their spot in the Round of 16 with a win or a draw against Arsenal. In the case of losing against the Gunners, PSV will advance to the next round with a draw or a loss to Lens, who will only advance to the next round by defeating Sevilla along with the failure of the Dutch squad.

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For his part, Lozano left the match against Sevilla before the end of the first half due to an injury that the PSV coaching staff hoped was not serious. So far, Hirving has no entry in the current ‘Orejona’ campaign.

The former América player took part in a few minutes of Porto’s loss against Barcelona, ​​​​​​​​a team that managed to qualify for the Round of 16 thanks to the victory against Los Dragones. However, Porto will come to the final day of the Group Stage depending on itself to qualify for the next round.

On December 13 against Shakhtar, Porto will compete for the last available place in its sector for the Round of 16. With a win or a draw, the Dragons will advance to the next round of the competition.

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