Champions League: Why Timo Werner, Arthur and Leroy Sané are missing

Winter 2020, football in front of spectators, Timo Werner in a Champions League game in the shirt of RB Leipzig – a photo from another time. In February / March, the attacker played a large part in Leipzig’s progress against last year’s finalist Tottenham: he scored the winning goal in the 1-0 first-leg win in London, and Werner put on a goal in the second leg (3-0). But then came the Corona break, the old game plan was obsolete. And now, half a year later in August, when Covid-19 still exists, but the Champions League is still going on and wants to play out its winner with a final tournament in Lisbon, Leipzig will have to do without the top attacker in the quarterfinals against Atlético.

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