Leicester vs. Atlético Madrid live stream:
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The Champions League quarterfinals are coming to their conclusion, and one of the more interesting ties of the round is heading to England with just one goal between the two teams. Leicester City come into this match against Atlético Madrid trailing by one goal — which is arguably a much better position coming into the home leg of the tie than they were likely expecting to be in.
With the fallen Premier League champions finally finding a vein of form lately, they’ve actually started looking more like the Leicester City of old. That worked in their favor in scraping their way to holding Atlético to a 1-0 win, with the only goal the Foxes gave up coming on a penalty that was, at best, very questionable. Now, with the home crowd behind them, they have a chance, albeit a narrow one, to score a huge upset and make the Champions League semifinals.
Of course, to do that they’ll have to out-think and out-work Diego Simeone’s side, and that’s significantly easier to say than it is to execute. Simeone wasn’t happy with the outcome in the first leg last week, and his team already took out some of their frustrations from the weekend in La Liga action — but now it’s time for them to refocus and get the job done in hostile territory, and that’s become a specialty of Atlético Madrid over the last few years.
To watch this match online in the United States, you can stream it on the Fox Soccer 2GO subscription service, or depending on your internet provider you can watch on Fox Sports Go or WatchESPN for free. In Spain, it will be streamed on beIN Sports Connect España, and in England, it will be on BT Sport Live Streaming. For viewing options in other countries, head over to the listings at LiveSoccerTV.
Match Date/Time: Tuesday, 2:45 p.m. ET, 7:45 p.m. local
Venue: King Power Stadium, Leicester, England
TV: Fox Sports 2 (U.S. – English), ESPN Deportes (U.S. – Spanish), BT Sport 2 (U.K.), beIN Sports, Movistar+ (Spain)