On Shrove Tuesday, Sky broadcast a handmade paper special from London. In addition to Chelsea London and FC Bayern, jecks on the sidelines were also involved. "Let wool in there"?
- On Tuesday, Bayern won 3-0 at Chelsea .
- This means that Munich have very good cards for reaching the CL quarter-finals .
- Sky broadcast live from Stamford Bridge - here's the TV review to make you smile.
London / Munich - Unterfoehring, Alaaf! We did the fool check at Sky on Shrove Tuesday of the Champions . Who was on the edge of the duel between Chelsea and FC Bayern (here the press reviews) how foolish or jeck? And what did the main actors dress up as?
CL on TV: Exclusive lineups and a handle on the shelves
The moderator jeck: Sebastian Hellmann gave the handmade speaker, which he also handles the rest of the year. "Patrick Wasserziehr is the only one who has the lineup," the Seb trumpeted at 19.54 h. Correction on our part: He was the only one - apart from the 4.8 million Bayern followers on Twitter who read the list at 7.49 p.m. Hellmann unreservedly announced his experts so enthusiastically: "We reached for the top shelf!" When Uerdingen manager Stefan Effenberg came, it was better not to know what was going on in the bottom shelves.
Chelsea against Bayern Munich: Wolff Fuss as a lively triumvirate
The expert jokes : "Let wool in there?" After Hellmann asked Effe and Lothar Matthäus in the Bütt, the two excelled in boredom. Funniest scene when Effenberg was supposed to read statistics: “I can't see the numbers because the TV is so far away. I should have brought my glasses. ”Later, Holland expert Erik Meijer collided with a studio camera. It was a used evening for Sky, where the spiritual fasting has apparently already started. As always, Lothar was masked as a “Carnival in Franconia”. He barbared over Neabel, Batzelona, Mendalidäd, Liverbuhl, Diago, Dormaschinen and Domas Müller's Hindergopf. We therefore conclude that Chelsea fan Boris Becker was by far the most knowledgeable, lively and entertaining Sky expert of the evening. The only irritating thing about his appearance was: Why is Effe now also in London? But it was Effe twin Boris, the two were separated at birth.
Almost 1.5 million spectators saw the Bayern gala last night at @SkySportDE in the conference and single game option (general viewing, TV + SkyGo). https://t.co/aq5nnsJSFT- Sky Germany (@SkyGermany) February 26, 2020
The commentator jeck: Wolff Fuss had come in pairs, at least a colleague was chattering in between for minutes. Otherwise, as usual, Fuss was on the move as a lively triumvirate, just stop alone. In the second half, he was delighted after Lewandowski "waited twice for Gnabry": "Batsch, and the door to the quarter-finals is opening very wide." You have heard bland handmade speeches.
Ultimately, FC Bayern celebrated a deserved victory. After the game, Thomas Müller was in a good mood - and laughed in the Sky interview.