Barcelona VS Ferencvárosi TC – UEFA Champions League LIVE Football Score Today 21/10/2020
Barcelona vs Ferencváros live score: Match details
Match: Barcelona vs Ferencváros
Competition: UEFA Champions League group stage matchday 1
Date: October 20, 2020
Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, October 20, 2020 (UK time)
Stadium: Camp Nou
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Barcelona vs Ferencváros: Match preview
NAME: Barcelona – Ferencvárosi TC
DATE: 20 Oct 2020
TIME: 19:00 UTC
VENUE: Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain
Last season’s calamitous 8-2 quarter-final defeat to Bayern Munich in Lisbon will forever live long in the memory.
This means Barça have now crashed out of the Champions League in comical fashion for three successive years, following the collapse in Rome and the capitulation at Anfield.
Ronald Koeman is the new man in charge in Catalonia and, surely, his main aim is to make Barcelona contenders for European success again.
This summer, Nélson Semedo, Arthur, Ivan Rakitić, Arturo Vidal and Luis Suárez have all left the club.
In has come Sergiño Dest, Miralem Pjanić, Matheus Fernandes and Francisco Trincão with Philippe Coutinho returning from his loan spell at Bayern, during which he won the treble.
Will Barça be back in the Champions League’s latter stages once again?
As for Ferencváros, they’ve qualified for the Champions League group stages for the first time in 25 years.
Last season, they won the Nemzeti Bajnokság I title for the 32nd time although only three of those have come in the last 15 years.
In qualifying, they had to see off Djurgårdens, Celtic, Dinamo Zagreb and Molde just to get the chance to play some of Europe’s elite.
Last season, they visited the city of Barcelona to face Espanyol in the Europa League group stages, drawing 1-1.
This time, Serhiy Rebrov’s side get to visit the city’s big stadium.
In Group G, Barça and Juventus are likely to be fighting it out for first with Ferencváros hoping to pip Dynamo Kiev to the Europa League spot.