Complete breakdown of Argentine’s in Champions League

Lionel Messi Champions League

A total of 31 Argentine’s have been registered in Champions League squads for this season.

Sevilla are the team with the most representatives with a total of 5 players (and coach Jorge SAMPAOLI). Manchester City are a close second with a total of 4 players from Argentina in their team. Here’s the full list followed by the list being broken down by Champions League groups.

Arsenal (Emiliano MARTINEZ)
Atletico Madrid (August FERNANDEZ, Nicolas GAITAN, Angel CORREA)
FC Barcelona (Lionel MESSI, Javier MASCHERANO)
FC Basel (Matias DELGADO)
Benfica (Lisandro LOPEZ, Eduardo SALVIO, Franco CERVI)
Dinamo ZAGREB (Leonardo SIGALI)
Juventus (Paulo DYBALA, Gonzalo HIGUAIN)
Leicester City (Leonardo ULLOA)
PFC Ludogorets (Jose LUIS PALOMINO)
Olympique Lyonnais (Emanuel MAMMANA)
Manchester City (Sergio AGUERO, Willy CABALLERO, Nicolas OTAMENDI, Pablo ZABALETA)
AS Monaco (Guido CARRILLO)
PSG (Javier PASTORE, Angel DI MARIA)
Sevilla (Nicolas PAREJA, Gabriel MERCADO, Matias KRANEVITTER, Joaquin CORREA, Luciano VIETTO)
Sporting Lisbon (Cesar MELI, Alan RUIZ)
Tottenham Hotspur (Erik LAMELA)

Coaches:
Atletico Madrid (Diego SIMEONE)
Sevilla (Jorge SAMPAOLI)
Tottenham Hotspur (Mauricio POCHETTINO)

Group A:
Arsenal (Emiliano MARTINEZ)
FC Basel (Matias DELGADO)
PSG (Javier PASTORE, Angel DI MARIA)
PFC Ludogorets (Jose LUIS PALOMINO)

Group B:
Besiktas
FC Dynamo Kyiv
Benfica (Lisandro LOPEZ, Eduardo SALVIO, Franco CERVI)
SSC Napoli

Group C:
Celtic
FC Barcelona (Lionel MESSI, Javier MASCHERANO)
Manchester City (Sergio AGUERO, Willy CABALLERO, Nicolas OTAMENDI, Pablo ZABALETA)
VfL Borussia Monchengladbach

Group D:
Atletico Madrid (August FERNANDEZ, Nicolas GAITAN, Angel CORREA)
FC Bayern
FC Rostov
PSV Eidenhoven

Group E:
AS Monaco (Guido CARRILLO)
Bayer Leverkusen
CSKA Moscow
Tottenham Hotspur (Erik LAMELA)

Group F:
Borussia Dortmind
Legia Warszawa
Real Madrid
Sporting Lisbon (Cesar MELI, Alan RUIZ)

Group G:
Club Brugge
FC Kobenhavn
FC Porto
Leicester City (Leonardo ULLOA)

Group H:
Dinamo ZAGREB (Leonardo SIGALI)
Juventus (Paulo DYBALA, Gonzalo HIGUAIN)
Olympique Lyonnais (Emanuel MAMMANA)
Sevilla (Nicolas PAREJA, Gabriel MERCADO, Matias KRANEVITTER, Joaquin CORREA, Luciano VIETTO)

Here are the matches for the week:
Tuesday, September 13:

Group A:
PSG (Javier PASTORE, Angel DI MARIA) vs. Arsenal (Emiliano MARTINEZ)
FC Basel (Matias DELGADO) vs. PFC Ludogorets (Jose LUIS PALOMINO)

Group B:
FC Dynamo Kyiv vs. SSC Napoli
Benfica (Lisandro LOPEZ, Eduardo SALVIO, Franco CERVI) vs. Besiktas

Group C:
FC Barcelona (Lionel MESSI, Javier MASCHERANO) vs. Celtic
Manchester City (Sergio AGUERO, Willy CABALLERO, Nicolas OTAMENDI, Pablo ZABALETA) vs. VfL Borussia Monchengladbach

Group D:
FC Bayern vs. FC Rostov
PSV Eidenhoven vs. Atletico Madrid (August FERNANDEZ, Nicolas GAITAN, Angel CORREA)

Wednesday, September 14:

Group E:
Bayer Leverkusen vs. CSKA Moscow
Tottenham Hotspur (Erik LAMELA) vs. AS Monaco (Guido CARRILLO)

Group F:
Real Madrid vs. Sporting Lisbon (Cesar MELI, Alan RUIZ)
Legia Warszawa vs. Borussia Dortmund

Group G:
Club Brugge vs. Leicester City (Leonardo ULLOA)
FC Porto vs. FC Kobenhavn

Group H:
Olympique Lyonnais (Emanuel MAMMANA) vs. Dinamo ZAGREB (Leonardo SIGALI)
Juventus (Paulo DYBALA, Gonzalo HIGUAIN) vs. Sevilla (Nicolas PAREJA, Gabriel MERCADO, Matias KRANEVITTER, Joaquin CORREA, Luciano VIETTO)

3 Comments

  1. vis

    I would go with Pochetino =more pragmatic

  2. Antonio Montana

    Argentina won their first game of the Futsal World Cup 2016 in Colombia. With a 1-0 victory over Kazajistán, the South American champions are tied with Costa Rica with 3 points in Group F. Argentina are amongst the favorites slightly behind Spain and Brazil.

  3. EnganChe

    Argentina Champions League Team 4-1-4-1

    ——————-Caballero————————

    Mercado—-Otamendi——Mammana—-Zabaleta

    ——————-Mascherano———————-

    Messi——–Augusto——-Pastore———-Gaitan

    ———————Dybala————————-

    Coach: Sampaoli

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