Inter vs Porto LIVE via ESPN and STAR Plus: watch UCL match

A great game is coming! Follow European football with Inter vs. Porto, who clash LIVE ONLINE TV this Wednesday, February 22, 2023 in the framework of the first leg of the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League. The duel, to be held at the Giuseppe Meazza stadium in Milan, will be played from 3 pm (Peruvian time and 9 pm in Spain), will be broadcast LIVE AHORA GRATIS for all Latin America through the signals of ESPN, STAR Plus and HBO Max Mexico. While Movistar Plus and Fútbol Libre TV are the signals commissioned for the corresponding television in Spain. In Depor, check here the list of schedules and channels.

It will be a duel with an incentive on the benches, with a reunion between two coaches who coincided in their time as players in Lazio. In addition, Conceição represented the Nerazzurri for two seasons, between 2001 and 2003.

After achieving the complicated classification in the group stage, framed in the ‘group of death’ with Barcelona and Bayern Munich, the pupils of Italian Simone Inzaghi, who since the World Cup break were crowned super champions of Italy but have fallen to fifteen points of Napoli in Serie A, will seek to return Inter to a quarterfinals that brushed last season against Liverpool.

What time does Inter vs. Porto for the Champions League?

Argentina: 5:00 p.m.
Uruguay: 5:00 p.m.
Brazil: 5:00 p.m.
Chile: 5:00 p.m.
Paraguay: 5:00 p.m.
Bolivia: 4:00 p.m.
Venezuela: 4:00 p.m.
Colombia: 3:00 p.m.
Ecuador: 3:00 p.m.
Peru: 3:00 p.m.
Mexico: 2:00 p.m.
Spain: 9:00 p.m.

The ‘Nerazzurro’ coach, who has all his squad available except for the Argentine Joaquín el ‘Tucu’ Correa, injured, will form with his usual scheme of three central defenders, two laners, three midfielders and two forwards, but with the doubt of who will form the attacking duo with the Argentine Lautaro Martínez, captain of the interista team.

The Belgian Romelu Lukaku and the Bosnian Edin Dzeko fight for a place in the attack, although the Belgian striker starts with an advantage, who scored in the last match against Udinese in Serie A, in which both were starters.

Which channels broadcast Inter vs. Porto for the Champions League?

Peru, Colombia and Ecuador, Uruguay and Venezuela: ESPN and Star Plus
Brazil and Mexico: TNT Sports
Argentina and Chile: ESPN
United States: TUDN, CBS and Univision
Spain: M+ Champions League (M56 O114)

This is how Porto arrives to play against Inter Milan

Porto who will go to the Giuseppe Meazza stadium to play the clash is very different from the disoriented team that started the competition. Despite the initial setback against Atlético de Madrid (2-1) and the hecatomb at home against Club Brugge (0-4) in the group stage, the “dragons” managed to recover form and finish group B in first position.

The same happened in domestic competitions, where Porto, currently in second place in the Portuguese League, managed to reduce the distance that separated it from leader Benfica after some setbacks.

The blue and white accumulate ten consecutive victories and 22 games without knowing the defeat, a streak that they will try to prolong in Milan. However, the European commitment comes at a delicate time for the Portuguese club which will face Inter with many of its stars in the infirmary.

Colombia’s Mateus Uribe, Brazil’s Wenderson Galeno. Gabriel Veron and Evanilson and Portugal’s Fábio Cardoso and Otávio have been out and unlikely to recover in time for the clash at San Siro.

Porto comes from winning by the minimum (1-0) to Rio Ave in the local championship. But despite the victory showed some weaknesses, something that the coach Sergio Conceição. Who knows Italian football very well, -champion of the Scudetto and a European Cup Winners. Will not want to repeat on his return to what was once his home.

Inter vs. Porto: possible match line-ups

Inter Milan: Onana; Skrniar, Bastoni, Acerbi; Darmian, Calhanoglu, Barella, Mkhytarian, Dimarco; Dzeko or Lukaku, Lautaro.

Porto: Diogo Costa; João Mário, Pepe, Ivan Marcano, Wendell; Franco, Grujic, Eustáquio, Pepê; Taremi, Toni Martinez.

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