Champions League action as Neymar and co eye final


The 2019/20 Champions League is down to the semi-finals with just four teams left competing for the famous trophy.

Tonight is the first semi with German outfit RB Leipzig taking on French champions Paris Saint-Germain.

Neymar and PSG take on RB Leipzig in the Champions League semi-finals tonight

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Neymar and PSG take on RB Leipzig in the Champions League semi-finals tonight

Leipzig stunned Atletico Madrid to claim a place in the final four while PSG left it late to edge out Atalanta.

Now they’ll meet in Lisbon to book a place in the Champions League final and meeting with either Lyon or Bayern Munich.

talkSPORT will be in Portugal to bring you all the action from this exciting tie.

RB Leipzig v Paris Saint-Germain: How to listen

The semi-final clash will get underway at 8pm on Tuesday, August 18.

Full coverage from Portugal will be live on talkSPORT, with our coverage starting at 7pm.

Mark Saggers will be your host before commentary from Jim Proudfoot and Danny Mills.

Fans will have the option to listen to the game with or without crowd noise, so you can choose whichever way suits you best.

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RB Leipzig v Paris Saint-Germain: What has been said?

Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann: “The players really have the will to win, we are hungry and I can see that in their faces.

“We were great against Atleti and now we have a chance against Paris. We want to take the next step and are ready for that.

“You can’t foresee what Neymar and Mbappe could do, they’re top players. We need to defend them as a team.

“It’ll be difficult, but we need to make them work and put them under pressure.

“We have to avoid losing the ball, because PSG are very strong on the counter-attack, but we’ll try to take the game by the scruff of the neck.”

PSG Coach Thomas Tuchel: “We are living in the moment. We deserve to be here because we have had an extraordinary season.

“We are absolutely ready, the hunger is there, but this is not a historic moment, it is a semi-final and we are here to make the most of all the hard work we have put in and to win it.”

On Neymar, Tuchel added: “Since I arrived he has always been a leader. A different leader, not as everyone understands him, but with his qualities, his confidence, his courage in the field, his will to win. He loves competition and you need that to be a leader.

“We also created a group with players like Ander Herrera, Pablo Sarabia, Keylor Navas and others, guys who know very well how to live together, created a collective atmosphere. Perhaps this is the key to seeing Neymar on another level.”

Julian Nagelsmann is hoping to lead RB Leipzig to Champions League glory this season

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Julian Nagelsmann is hoping to lead RB Leipzig to Champions League glory this season

Champions League: What are the key dates?

The Champions League draw was made on July 10 and set out the rest of the tournament which will be held in Lisbon.


  • Atalanta 1-2 Paris St-Germain – August 12, Estadio da Luz
  • RB Leipzig 2-1 Atletico Madrid – August 13, Estadio Jose Alvalade
  • Barcelona 2-8 Bayern Munich – August 14, Estadio da Luz
  • Manchester City 1-2 Lyon – August 15, Estadio Jose Alvalade


  • RB Leipzig vs Paris Saint-Germain – August 18, Estadio da Luz – LIVE on talkSPORT
  • Lyon vs Bayern Munich – August 19, Estadio Jose Alvalade – LIVE on talkSPORT


  • August 23, Estadio da Luz – LIVE on talkSPORT

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