How to watch a UCL match in India, USA and UK?

The new champion of La Liga, Real Madrid, is ready to stand in the second match of the UEFA Champions League semifinal, the leader of the Premier League of Manchester City, on Wednesday evening. The match will start live on May 5 at 12:30 IST from Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Spain. Before promising an exciting and exciting match, here’s a look at how to watch the UEFA Champions League live in India, the US and the UK, and details of the live broadcast of Real Madrid vs Manchester City.

Details of the live broadcast of Real Madrid vs Manchester City in India

Fans who ask how to watch the UEFA Champions League matches in India can tune in to the Sony Sports network, which has official broadcasting rights in the country. As for the live broadcast Real Madrid vs Manchester City, fans can tune in to the SonyLIV application. Meanwhile, in order for fans to follow live updates and match scores, they can follow the official social media pages of the UEFA Champions League and the two teams in dispute.

How to watch the UEFA Champions League live in the UK?

Fans who ask how to watch UEFA Champions League matches live in the UK can tune in to BT Sports. When it comes to live broadcasting, fans can tune in to BT Sports online. The match is scheduled to start on Wednesday, May 4 at 9:00 PM BST.

Details of live broadcast Real Madrid vs Manchester City in USA

American football fans who ask how to watch the UEFA Champions League live can tune in to CBS. As for the live broadcast Real Madrid vs Manchester City, fans can tune in to the app or the Paramount + website. The match is scheduled to start on Wednesday, May 4 at 3:00 PM ET.

Real Madrid leads 3: 4 to Manchester City in front of the home revenge

After performing a spirited performance against the dominant team of Manchester City in England, Real Madrid will hope to be able to turn the situation around at home. With star striker Karim Benzem and winger Vinicius Junior on the team, Los Blancos has a lot of quality to be able to fight the current Premier League leaders.

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