UEFA forgets Oblak in its ideal eleven of the Champions

The competition is stopped, this week's round of 16 matches will not be played, but UEFA has published its ideal eleven formed around the eighth matches that could be played. Valencia-Atalanta, PSG-Dortmund, Leipzig-Tottenham and Liverpool-Atlético. Red and white there are two. But striking is: neither is Oblak. Oblak, the hero of Anfield. Oblak, the goalkeeper who held Atlético miracle by miracle, stop after stop, made up to 11, 34 were the shots that Liverpool tried. However, it seems, for UEFA enough is not: the ideal goalkeeper of these eighths is Gulacsi, from Leipzig. Three stops made.

Far from stopping to think about those details, Oblak is being used to follow the directions to stop the coronavirus and to make both Spaniards and Slovenes aware of staying home. Especially concerned that his country, bordering Italy, understands the gravity of the situation. With a message on Instagram in the profile of his Play with us foundation with Saponjic and in another through his personal account, he invites him to stay home and listen to the authorities.

Marcos Llorente and Álvaro Morata, however, are the two rojiblancos who are on this list of 'the best' for UEFA of the day. Obvious. The first, unexpected hero, managed to make Oblak's stops golden by leaving the bench, get a double in overtime to tie the game and give an assist to win it 2-3. It is added to the 1-0 that the rojiblancos already had in the first leg.

The striker, meanwhile, was an example of pride that the Red and White fans will not forget, like your celebration asking for forgiveness. He arrived with discomfort, he dragged them from Madrid, from the confrontation with Sevilla at the weekend, but he left when Simeone asked him to do so, after the extension. In the first race it ended up breaking but he held on. There was no change. He endured and received that ball from Llorente that he took to the net in the final moments. Goal of the lame. Merits to be part of that eleven of the best of the week in Europe.

An eleven with two from Valencia and two Spaniards

An eleven in which there are two other Spaniards (Ferran Torres and Juan Bernat) and two LaLiga soccer players, a former teammate (Ferran and Gameiro). An eleven formed by Gulacsi (Leipzig), Klostermann, Upamecano and Angeliño (the three of the Leizpig), Juan Bernat (PSG); Llorente; Ferrán Torres (Valencia), Ilicic (Atalanta), Sabitzer (Leipzig); Gameiro (Valencia) and Morata. Sonar does not sound bad but it is clamorous that Oblak is missing.