SI's Luis Miguel Echegaray believes tactics will be "thrown out the window" in the Champions League final between Ajax and Tottenham. He shares his insight into how each Premier League side could win the most coveted trophy in Europe.
SI's Luis Miguel Echegaray is going against the popular narrative and choosing Tottenham to win the Champions League final. His reasoning comes down to one man: manager Mauricio Pochettino.
While neither Mauricio Pochettino nor Jurgen Klopp has won a trophy with his current club, SI's Luis Miguel Echegaray knows that both Tottenham and Liverpool are better because of the leaders running their teams, no matter the outcome of the Champions League Final.
While many pundits predicted that Manchester City would make it to the Champions League semifinals, SI's Luis Miguel Echegaray predicted that Tottenham would pull off the upset. Following Spurs' win, Luis Miguel Echegaray joins SI Now to discuss how Tottenham was able to beat its English foes.
Despite missing Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino, Liverpool beat Barcelona 4-0 to overcome a three-goal first-leg deficit in the Champions League semifinals. Planet Futbol's Luis Miguel Echegaray describes how the Reds completed the biggest comeback in UCL semifinal history.
While Harry Kane may be an elite striker, the Tottenham forward failed to showcase his talents during the Champions League final. Did Mauricio Pochettino make the wrong call by starting the Englishman in his first game back following an ankle injury?
After Liverpool's 3-0 defeat at the hands of Barcelona, Jurgen Klopp went on the record to state that he thought this was his side's best performance on the road in Champions League. SI's Luis Miguel Echegaray breaks down this statement, as well as what went wrong for the English side in their first leg match.
Coming off of a title winning Champions League season, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp made news by calling Manchester City the best team in Europe. SI's Luis Miguel Echegaray shares his opinion on the German manager’s ploy to relinquish pressure looming over his squad heading into Europe's biggest competition.
While Manchester City may be favorited to advance to the Champions League semifinals, SI's Luis Miguel Echegaray believes Tottenham has the style of play and ability to upset the Citizens.