While the Coronavirus has ravaged the world, and leagues all over have shut down for a period, the UEFA Champions League has given us some great moments over the last couple days.
Much of the world, outside of a little slice of Northwest England, was celebrating Wednesday, as defending champion Liverpool was knocked out of the tournament by a Diego Simeone masterclass at Anfield. Atlético Madrid scored three times in added extra time, including two from Marcos Llorente, to advance into what is becoming a very interesting final eight.
Italian side Atalanta advanced, putting eight goals past Valencia to reach its first Champions League quarterfinal in its history. PSG completed a comeback over Borussia Dortmund with a 2-0 won behind closed doors, while RB Leipzig knocked out Tottenham.
With Chelsea on the ropes, down 3-0 leading to Germany, the hopes of the Premier League may rest on the shoulders of Manchester City, which will come home with a 2-1 lead over Real Madrid.
The tournament, though, may be in limbo, as both Juventus and Real Madrid are in quarantine. Whenever it picks up, the tournament looks likely to be the most wide open one in a decade, with any of the teams left capable of making a run to the final.
Manchester City +300
Bayern Munich +325
PSG +425Barcelona +700
Atlético Madrid +1000
RB Leipzig +1700
Real Madrid +4000