The Champions League reigns supreme, even live, free-to-air, on TV on Tuesday evening.
Channel 5. Mediaset’s flagship network presents the eagerly awaited Milan-Borussia Dortmund clash at 9pm, Riccardo Trevisani supported by Roberto Cravero on technical commentary while Claudio Raimondi and Angiolo Radice are busy on the sidelines. The connection to San Siro opens at 8.50pm.
At the final whistle, the line was studied for the post-match by Alberto Brandi with Filippo Gali, Fabrizio Ravanelli, Sandro Sabatini and, in relation to slow-motion situations, Graziano Cesare.
sky. Leading network Sky Sport Uno will broadcast the matches of the two Italian teams playing this evening. Starts at 6.45pm with Lazio-Celtic, commentary by Federico Zancan supported by Nando Orsi on technical commentary and with Filippo Benencampi and Matteo Petrucci on the sidelines. At 9pm, the AC Milan-Borussia Dortmund match will be broadcast from San Siro, with Andrea Marinuzzi on the microphone with Luca Marchegiani as second voice, and Gianluca Di Marzio and Pepe Di Stefano near the seats.
The Sky Sport Arena schedule presents Shakhtar Donetsk and Antwerp at 6.45pm, at Gaia Brunelli station, and Paris Saint-Germain-Newcastle at 9pm with Massimo Marianella and Gianluigi Pagnolo narrating on the sidelines.
The evening program (9 p.m.) is completed with Feyenoord – Atletico Madrid on Sky Sport 254, Manchester City – Leipzig on Sky Sport 255, Barcelona – Porto on Sky Sport 256, and Young Boys – Stella Rossa on Sky Sport 257.
The ‘UEFA Champions League Show’ is broadcast in studio from 6pm until midnight with host Federica Masolin and guests Fabio Capello, Alessandro Costacurta, Paolo Di Canio and Paolo Condo.
Mediaset Infinity. The Milan Group platform presents a live broadcast of the Lazio-Celtic team at 6.45pm, with Massimo Caligari at the microphones with Giancarlo Camolesi II in the voice and Francesca Benvenuti on the sidelines.
Meanwhile there are Shakhtar Donetsk and Antwerp.
It will be held at nine o’clock in the evening, Paris Saint-Germain – Newcastle, Feyenoord – Atletico Madrid, Barcelona – Porto, Manchester City – Leipzig, Young Boys – Red Star.
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