Manchester City vs. Manchester City Inter Live will face Inter this Saturday, June 10, for the UEFA Champions League final at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium. The citizens, under the direction of ‘Pep’ Guardiola, arrive after eliminating the favorite Real Madrid by an aggregate of 5-1. See here what time the match starts and on which channels they broadcast it.
WHAT TIME DOES MANCHESTER CITY VS. INTERPLAY?
The match between Manchester City vs. Inter is scheduled to be played from 2.00 p.m. (Peruvian time). We leave you the schedules of other countries so you do not miss this important match.
Mexico: 1.00 p.m.
Ecuador: 2.00 p.m.
Colombia: 2.00 p.m.
Bolivia: 3.00 p.m.
Venezuela: 3.00 p.m.
Chile: 4.00 p.m.
Argentina: 4.00 p.m.
Paraguay: 4.00 p.m.
Uruguay: 4.00 p.m.
Brazil: 4.00 p.m.
WHERE DO MANCHESTER CITY VS. INTER PLAY?
The Manchester City vs. Inter will be played at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium. Located in the western district of İkitelli, it is the stadium with the largest capacity in the country. It is dedicated to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of the Republic of Turkey.
ON WHICH CHANNELS TO WATCH MANCHESTER CITY VS. INTER
The match between Manchester City vs. Inter in the UEFA Champions League final will be broadcast on ESPN throughout South America. In addition, you can follow the minute-by-minute on the DT El Comercio website.
Argentina: ESPN, Fox Sports
Brazil: SBT, TNT
Chile: ESPN, Fox Sports 1
Costa Rica: ESPN
Paraguay: ESPN, SNT
Peru: ESPN, ATV
Venezuela: ESPN, TLT
United States: CBS, TUDN
Spain: Movistar Champions League, Mitele Plus.
Simone Inzaghi was calm on Monday, saying Inter Milan is not afraid of Manchester City ahead of Saturday’s Champions League final in Istanbul.
“This is a football match, there is no fear to have,” said the Italian coach. “We respect them a lot, but we are proud to play this final because we want it with all our strength.”
Inter will however have the tough task of stopping City’s powerful attack, led by the fearsome Erling Haaland, author to date of 12 goals this season in the Champions League, ensuring they finish top scorer of the 2023 edition.
Alessandro Bastoni is one of the three central defenders who will have the mission to control the Norwegian. “We are afraid of murderers, not footballers. It would be a mistake to talk about fear,” said the interest. “It’s not Haaland against Inter, it’s Manchester City against Inter.”
“There is no fear, just a good level of tension,” the footballer added.
Inter will play their first Champions League final in Istanbul on Saturday since their last victory 13 years ago, but it is Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City who start as favorites.
For the citizens, this will be their second Champions League final in three years, after the loss in 2021 against Chelsea (1-0). To achieve the ‘Orejona’, they would close an unforgettable season with a treble, after having already won the Premier League and the FA Cup in England.
Julian Alvarez vs. Lautaro Martinez
Julian Alvarez and Lautaro Martinez are doomed to fight each other. First, it was at the World Cup in Qatar. The two were fighting for the position of starting center forward in the Argentine team that would later be champion. That duel was won by the first when the second had an advantage.
Half a year later, they face each other again, but directly on the court. This small revenge comes on Saturday in Istanbul, in the final of the Champions League. On the one hand, ‘La Araña’ Álvarez, 23, with the colors of Manchester City, and on the other, ‘Toro’ Lautaro, 25, with Inter Milan.
“Before the World Cup, I played with my ankle injected with painkillers and I didn’t arrive in Qatar as I wanted. But a teammate (Julián Álvarez) came in who did better than me and I’m very happy. I gave everything even from the outside,” Martinez explained after Qatar-2022 on Inter’s official website.
In the ‘eleven types’ that coach Lionel Scaloni had in the streak of 36 games without losing, with which the albiceleste arrived at the World Cup, the Inter player was always.
Lautaro Martínez played the ninety minutes in the defeat of the debut against Saudi Arabia (2-1) and also started against Mexico (2-0), but at game time he was replaced by Julián Álvarez, who from that moment took over the position.
While Alvarez was on a World Cup streak, Lautaro missed two big chances in the knockout stages against Australia, where the City striker scored a goal (2-1 win), after having debuted in the third group match against Poland (2-0).
To those two goals, Julián Álvarez added another two in the semifinals against Croatia (3-0), for a total of four, for none in the Lautaro tournament.
– Three goals each –
In this Champions League, both have scored three goals, although Julian Alvarez in fewer games than Lautaro, since the Inter striker has participated in twelve rounds, by ten the City attacker.
Both have scored two goals with the right foot and one with the left, scoring all the goals in plays inside the area.
But Julian Álvarez has only played 468 minutes, being a substitute for the untouchable Erling Haaland, who leads the scorers table of the competition, with twelve goals, while Lautaro Martínez, the starting striker of Inter, has played almost double, a total of 912, being the tenth player who has been on the field the most in the competition.
However, Lautaro, who gave three assists in the Champions League, for two from Julíán Álvarez, achieved his three goals in 27 attempts, while the City striker got them in fourteen shots, hitting 83.3% of his passes, a figure somewhat lower in the Inter player (74.84%).
In this year’s national championships, Lautaro, starter, presents better figures than his teammate of the albiceleste, having played all 38 Serie A games with Inter, in which he scored 21 goals, while the City striker has participated in 31 Premier duels, almost always as a substitute for Haaland, scoring 9 goals.
“He always has a chance to score. In training, we see how effective he is, as well as fast and intelligent in those moments,” City manager Pep Guardiola said of ‘The Spider’.
– World Double-Champions –
In the domestic cup, Julián Álvarez, where Guardiola, true to his customs, gave more opportunities to those considered substitutes, scored four goals in seven games, compared to three in five of Lautaro.
Although Lautaro scored both goals in the Cup final in which Inter defeated Fiorentina (2-1).
Lautaro has won two titles this season with Inter, the Cup and the Super Cup, while Alvarez has won the Premier League and FA Cup.