Manchester United have been handed what could be described as one of the toughest groups in this season’s UEFA Champions League competition.
In the draw of this season, which took place on Thursday, October 1, in Geneva, Switzerland, United were placed in Group H— the same group that houses the likes of Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), RB Leipzig and Istanbul Bakasehir.
It is a very tough group to qualify from, at least, on paper, judging by the respective forms of the teams involved last season.
PSG made it to the final of the competition, losing 1-0 to winners, Bayern Munich, while Leipzig also had a decent run till the quarterfinals. It will not be an easy group, but it is football, and we can only hope for the best.
In contrast, other Premier League teams, like Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City, have all been handed relatively easier groups.