Our football match prediction:
Borussia Dortmund will be aiming to cement top position in Group F with a victory over Legia Warsaw at their Signal-Iduna-Park. The Millionaires proved their worth in a 1-0 win over their bitter rivals Bayern Munich at the weekend and we predict that they are going to crush Legia in Tuesday’s football match. Thomas Tuchel’s men are a real force to be reckoned with at home and we would not be surprised if they score 3+ goals in their last home fixture in Group F. The Polish side did remarkably well to share the spoils with Real Madrid in their last group game, but spoiling Borussia Dortmund’s party at Signal-Iduna-Park is easier said than done. When the two teams met at Pepsi Arena earlier in the process the Millionaires emerged triumphant (6-0). A man to watch in the home team will be Aubameyang, who scored the winner against Bayern Munich at the weekend.
Highlighted Player (Sahin):
Born in Germany to Turkish parents, Nuri Sahin is a Turkish international midfielder, who hasn’t exactly managed to realise his full potential. The left-footed footballer remains one of the most impressive players to have graduated from the Borussia Dortmund youth academy, and he went on to become a first team regular at Westfalenstadion at the age of 17. Following a thoroughly impressive loan stint with Feyenoord, Sahin returned to Dortmund, where he enjoyed two more very successful years before signing for Real Madrid. However, it was at that time that his career started taking the wrong turn as he was never able to rediscover his form, and he eventually returned to Borussia following a somewhat disappointing stint at Liverpool. Sahin is no longer considered a first team regular for either club or country, but he has amassed around 50 appearances for the Turkey national team, and he still has time to get his career back on track.
Highlighted Team (Legia Warsaw):
Legia is a football club based in Warsaw and it is one of the most successful sides in Polish history. The Militarians – as they are commonly referred to in Poland – have won 11 Ekstraklasa Championship title, while they also hold the record-18 Polish Cup trophies and four Polish SuperCup matches. Founded as the main official football club of the Polish Army, Legia Warsaw are playing theirhome matches at the Polish Army Stadium which can accommodate 31,000 people. Legia have endured mixed fortunes at the international scene with the Polish giants regularly participating in Europa League, with four group inclusions over the last six years. The Militarians headed into the 2016-17 season feeling buoyed and motivated having succeeded in ending the 20-year Champions League wait, becoming the first Polish team to take part in Europe’s elite competition over the last two decades. The 3-1 aggregate playoff victory over Irish Dundalk earned them a place in the final showpiece with Legia being thrown into a heavy mix with the likes of Sporting CP, Borussia Dortmund and European champions Real Madrid.