FC Barcelona vs Dynamo Kiev Champions League: live stream, start time, TV, how to watch in English and Spanish
Still on the hunt for their first 2021-22 Champions League wins and goals, Barcelona and Dynamo Kiev are bracing for battle in the Group E clash on Wednesday at Camp Nou.
Barcelona enter this game after a 3-0 loss to Benfica, while Kiev was beaten 5-0 by Bayern Munich.
Dynamo are on a four-game losing streak against Barcelona in the Champions League, most recently losing 2-1 at Camp Nou in last season’s group stage before being beaten 4-0 at home a few more weeks late.
FC Barcelona vs Dynamo Kiev (Champions League 2021)
What time does the match start? Where can I watch it on TV? – Wednesday’s game will start at 12:45 p.m. EST for viewers in the United States and will be broadcast on television via TUDN and Unimas in Spanish. English streaming will not be available through normal TV channels in the US
Live steam options: Paramount + | Sling | fuboTV – If you don’t have a cable, you can watch the game in English via Paramount + and Spanish via Sling and fuboTV. If you are looking to watch for free, Paramount + and fuboTV come with free trials.
What is Paramount +? – Paramount + replaced CBS All-Access as the exclusive streaming platform for content from CBS, Viacom and Paramount. Subscribers get access to shows from CBS, MTV, Nickelodeon and more, as well as exclusive streaming content. The Champions League matches are part of the programming only available on the platform.
How much does it cost? – Paramount + has two versions: the basic level with ads and the premium level without ads. The basic level costs $ 5.99 per month or $ 59.99 per year. The premium tier costs $ 9.99 per month or $ 99.99 per year.
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MADRID (AP) – After a frustrating end to Antoine Griezmann’s night with AtlÃ©tico Madrid, Mohamed Salah won for Liverpool in a Champions League thriller on Tuesday.
Salah scored twice as Liverpool took advantage of Griezmann’s red card to beat AtlÃ©tico 3-2 and stay perfect after three appearances in European competition.
Griezmann had already scored twice to help AtlÃ©tico recover from a bad start, but he was later sent off with a direct red card early in the second half for hitting Roberto Firmino’s head with his foot trying to reach the ball.
Liverpool took advantage of the advantage with Salah scoring the game-winning goal from a 78th-minute penalty. The Egyptian striker has scored in nine straight games for Liverpool in all competitions, becoming the first player to do so in the club’s 129-year history.
AtlÃ©tico received a penalty a few minutes after Liverpool’s third goal but it was canceled after video review.
Naby Keita also scored for Liverpool in the first half as Liverpool took a 2-0 lead in the 13th minute at Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.
“It was a tough game,” said Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp. “How you earn it, I don’t care. The most delicate are the most important. On a night like this, three points is really huge.
The result leaves Liverpool at the top of Group B with nine points from three matches, five points more than AtlÃ©tico. Porto, who beat AC Milan 1-0 at home in the other group game, were tied with the Spanish champions. Milan stayed on zero points.
AtlÃ©tico will then travel to Liverpool, while Milan host Porto.
It was the first meeting between AtlÃ©tico and Liverpool since the Spanish team eliminated Liverpool then reigning European champions in the round of 16 of the 2019-20 season. Liverpool had been winless against AtlÃ©tico in four Champions League games.
The English club took control early on and quickly built their lead at the Metropolitano.
Salah opened the scoring in the eighth minute after recovering a ball from the right flank and passing three AtlÃ©tico defenders before sending a low shot into the corner. The ball hit Geoffrey Kondogbia’s heel and spread into the corner.
Keita added ahead five minutes later with a neat volley that curled up by the post. AtlÃ©tico defender Felipe hit his shot poorly and the ball went straight to Keita for his shot on reception just outside the box.
“We didn’t start the game the way we wanted,” AtlÃ©tico coach Diego Simeone said. “It wasn’t until after their second goal that we were able to do the things we had been trying to do.”
Griezmann brought the hosts closer with a point blank redirection in the 20th after Koke ResurrecciÃ³n sent a low shot into the box and then equalized after a good run from JoÃ£o FÃ©lix for his sixth brace with AtlÃ©tico in the Champions League, most of all players for the club.
Griezmann’s performance was marred by his red card in the 52nd as he attempted a high ball but instead hit the side of Firmino’s header. Before leaving, Griezmann apologized to Firmino, who was making his 300th appearance for Liverpool.
Salah scored the game-winning goal from the penalty spot after AtlÃ©tico defender Mario Hermoso pushed Diogo Jota away from a long ball sent into the box.
AtlÃ©tico strongly complained about the reverse penalty after JosÃ© MarÃa GimÃ©nez fell inside the box following a meeting with Jota in a similar game which led to the penalty for Liverpool.
“You could tell the referee wasn’t sure, but the other way around it was all really quick (to call the penalty for Liverpool),” said Felipe, who felt a yellow card should have been be given for Griezmann instead of red. â€œIt was a completely different game while Griezmann was still playing. We had to run 110% after he was sent off.
Simeone started with Griezmann and FÃ©lix up front, leaving Luis SuÃ¡rez on the bench as he returned from duty with the Uruguay national team suffering from a stroke. The forward had never played against his former club since joining AtlÃ©tico from Barcelona last season.
Simeone and Klopp didn’t shake hands after the final whistle. The AtlÃ©tico coach rushed into the tunnel after the game was over and later said he never liked to shake hands with opposing coaches after games.
â€œHe was obviously angry,â€ Klopp said. “With the game, with the world.”