Our football match prediction:
Sevilla chiefs were forced to sell a number of first-team regulars in the summer transfer window, but new signings have already adapted to the new surroundings. Jorge Sampaoli is doing a great job with los Sevillanos and his men sit in 4th place in the La Liga standings ahead of the Champions League game against Dinamo Zagreb. Sevilla recorded a hard-fought 1-0 win over the Croatian champions at Stadion Maksimir and seeing that Jorge Sampaoli’s men are a real force to be reckoned with at home, we predict that the Spaniards will defeated the Modri in the reverse fixture as well. Dinamo Zagreb have little to play for in Wednesday’s football match and they are unlikely to spoil Sevilla’s party at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan. It has to be noted that los Sevillanos managed to keep a clean sheet in previous two home games in the elite competitions and that is certainly giving fans a reason for optimism ahead of the visit of Dinamo.
Highlighted Player (Samir Nasri):
Samir Nasri is a French footballer who plays for Manchester City. The former Arsenal man used to play for Marseille in the past and he began his youth career at Pennes Mirabeau in 1995. Nasri is an attacking midfielder, but he is capable of playing as a winger as well. The France international was born on 26 June, 1987 in Septemes-les-Vallons, the suburbs of Marseille. He is 175 cm tall and it has to be noted that his parents are Algerian. Samir Nasri has won two Premier League trophies with Manchester City, but he was not as successful during his spell with Arsenal. It is well known that Arsenal fans were angry with Nasri when he signed a four-year contract with Manchester City in 2011. The transfer fee was in the region of £25 million. The French footballer has 41 caps for the national team, but he retired from international football on 9 August, 2014.
Highlighted Team (Dinamo Zagreb):
Arguably the biggest club in Croatia and one of the most prominent football outfits in the Balkan region, Dinamo Zagreb have won 18 league titles, 11 of which came successively. Dinamo Zagreb have never been relegated to a lower tier of both Croatian and Yugoslav football. Modri as they are called in Croatia are renowned for their impressive production line of youth footballers. Their highly organised football academy has so far produced world-class players such as Luka Modric, Mateo Kovacic, Marko Pjaca and many others. Dinamo Zagreb play their home matches at the Stadion Maksimir in front of 35,000 people. The club lacked support during the last couple of seasons due to fans’ disagreement with club management, most notably notorious Zdravko Mamic, who is under investigation for long-lasting corruption, tax evasion and embezzlement. For the first time since 2015, Dinamo Zagreb will have the full support of their most faithful supporters in the Champions League.