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Barça and Bayern challenge each other for the leadership in the women's 'Champions'

Barça Femení keeps the 'Champions' alive at Camp Nou.

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Barça and Bayern challenge each other for the leadership in the women's 'Champions'

Barça Femení keeps the 'Champions' alive at Camp Nou


Barça Femení receives the women's Bayern Munich this Thursday (6:45 p.m.) at the Spotify Camp Nou, in another duel that could be historic in terms of attendance, which keeps the flame of the 'Champions' alive in the Blaugrana fiefdom and in which the provisional leadership of group D will be at stake.

If the first men's team said goodbye to the Champions League in the group stage, and will now play the Europa League, the first women's team follows the recent trend of recent seasons and survives Xavi's, so that the maximum continental competition continues present in the Catalan capital.

The club, as it did last season against Real Madrid and Wolfsburg, and as it will do against Rosengard in December, opens the Camp Nou Spotify to Barça Femení. The attendance record for an official women's football match may not be broken, which stands at 91,648 spectators at Barça-Wolfsburgo, but the figure can be high.

The game is well worth watching live. Barça and Bayern face each other, two of the greatest powers in European women's football, and both teams reach this third day of the group stage with 6 points. Whoever wins will have part of the road made towards the final leadership. If there is a distribution of points, everything will be more open.

The background brings a certain optimism to Barça. The blaugrana players endorsed the Bavarians twice 1-0 in the semifinals of the 'Champions' of the 2018/19 season. However, Barça have only lost one game this season, and it was the pre-season friendly against Bayern (1-2) on August 16.

"We have to play our game and dominate, because Bayern have quality in different scenarios. It's a chameleonic team that can adapt to anything, having the ball and defending high or low. In all scenarios they have a certain amount of calm", valued the blaugrana coach, Jonatan Giráldez, in a previous press conference.

Giráldez received good news before facing the game, with the signings of Aitana Bonmatí, the great media and creative reference until the 'Queen' Alexia Putellas returns, of the English Lucy Bronze and Emma Ramírez, all of them available to try to knock down the Bayern and continue with full victories and leadership alone.

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