HomeUncategorizedNapoli de 'Chucky' Lozano will seek the pass to the quarterfinals of...

Napoli de ‘Chucky’ Lozano will seek the pass to the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League: Schedules and where to see it in the United States

Attacker Hirving ‘Chucky’ Lozano celebrating a goal against Bologna in Serie A in Italy.

Photo: Francesco Pecoraro/Getty Images

The Champions League week does not end, and although we already have some classified, AC Milan, Chelsea, Bayern Munich and Benfica, now it will be the turn of Hirving ‘Chucky’ Lozano’s Napoli, who will try to do it against Eintracht Frankfurt.

With a victory in the first leg, played at Deutsche Bank Park, the Neapolitan team has a 2-0 advantage to face the last 90 minutes of the key at the Armando Diego Maradona located in Napolés.

However, this is not all, because for said commitment, the visiting team will not have one of its offensive pillars either, Randa Kolo Muani, this because the Frenchman saw the red card in the first leg and will not be able to say present on the grass of the Italian stadium.

Time and where to see Napoli vs. Eintracht?

The duel will start the ball rolling at 16:00 ET, 13:00 PT, moment in which the Mexican team will face in the best possible way in order to close their pass to what will be the next round of the most important competition at the club level in Europe and keep in mind that to watch the game in the United States you must use the services of ViX, Paramount +, VIX +.

How do Napoli and Eintracht get to the league level?

For said continental party, Napoli arrives after beating Atalanta 2-0, with goals from Khvicha Kvaratskhelia and another from Amir Rrahmani, which left the team with a big advantage of 18 units. He is the leader with 68 points in 26 games played in Serie A.

On the other hand, the German team equalized in their match 1-1 against Stuttgart. The scorers of the match were the midfielder Sebastian Rode for Eintracht and Silas for the Stuttgart box. In your case, is in sixth position with 40 units in 24 games, 12 behind the leader Bayern Munich, and would be qualifying for the Conference League.

You may also like
–Real Madrid will premiere a documentary on the road to the fourteenth Champions League in its history
–Canadian Alphonso Davies got Messi’s shirt, something he couldn’t do after the 8-2 loss against Barcelona
–Chelsea would seek the services of Hirving Lozano and Napoli would let him out for a large sum of money

Must Read