CHANNEL 5. First evening on the Mediaset flagship network with Milan-Liverpool, a decisive match for the passage to the second round. The connection with San Siro opens at 20.50, at 21 the referee Makkellie whistles the start of the match told by Massimo Callegari flanked by Roberto Cravero to the technical comment. At the end of the match begins the special on the Champions League conducted by Alberto Brandi with Christian Panucci, Riccardo Ferri, Sandro Sabatini and, as regards the work of the referees, Graziano Cesari in the studio.
SKY. The pay TV broadcasts all Champions League matches live tonight. Sky Sport Uno proposes at 21 Milan-Liverpool, commentary by Andrea Marinozzi with commentator Beppe Bergomi, Peppe Di Stefano and Manuele Baiocchini on the sidelines. Sky Sport Action boasts on the bill at 21 Real Madrid-Inter, the microphones Maurizio Compagnoni and Luca Marchegiani respectively first and second voice with Matteo Barzaghi and Giorgia Cenni sideline.
The other matches: Porto-Atletico Madrid at 9 pm on Sky Sport Football with Federico Zancan at the story, Shakhtar-Sheriff at 9 pm on Sky Sport 255 with Luca Boschetto in the post, Borussia Dortmund-Besiktas at 9 pm on Sky Sport 256 with Christian Giordano at the microphone , Ajax-Sporting Lisbon at 9pm on Sky Sport 257 with Alessandro Sugoni at the story.
Previously, at 6.45 pm, Psg-Brugge on Sky Sport Uno begins with commentary by Paolo Ciarravano and Lipsia-Manchester City on Sky Sport Football with Pietro Nicolodi in position.
In the studio, an appointment from 6 pm with the container conducted by Anna Billò with Fabio Capello, Paolo Condò, Alessandro Costacurta and, in connection from Madrid, Esteban Cambiasso.
MEDIASET INFINITY. The platform of the Milanese group offers streaming all the matches of the Champions League evening. Highlights Milan-Liverpool simultaneously with Canale 5 and Real Madrid-Inter at 21 with the commentary by Riccardo Trevisani flanked by Massimo Paganin to the technical comment.
TOMORROW. The choice of the match to be broadcast exclusively on Amazon Prime on Wednesday evening fell on Atalanta-Villarreal, while Juve-Malmoe is scheduled on Sky and Mediaset Infinity.