One could not help but suspect there was a particular motivating factor for the drubbing inflicted on Watford, who had ended what seemed to be an inevitable march to an undefeated title win in February 2020, the last meeting between these two sides. If that is the case then woe betide the next team against whom Liverpool have beefs to squash. Enter Atletico Madrid, smash and grab victors in the Champions League round of 16 only a few weeks after that Watford defeat in the 2019-20 season. The UEFA Champions League returned on Tuesday this week with eight Matchday 3 games and Wednesday has another eight matches. There are plenty of enticing showdowns as always, with Manchester United vs. Atalanta, leading the way as Barcelona and Chelsea are also in action. Following this week's games, the 32 remaining teams will be at the halfway point of the group stage with just nine more points up for grabs ahead of the knockout stage. Below is everything you need to know on the UEFA Champions League Round of 16. Letrsquo;s start off with possibly the most one-sided fixture in the draw, FC Salzburg vs Bayern Munich. The Austrian Champions finished second best mma betting app in Indian Rupees Group G ahead of Sevilla and Wolfsburg just behind winners Lille and are set to face German giants Bayern Munich. Bayern has been dominant as usual and has won all six of their group stage games against Barcelona, Benfica, and Dynamo Kyiv. Meanwhile, Les Parisiens are yet to blow the competition away despite ample ammunition. Messi has done just fine in the Champions League, scoring five of his six goals for the club in Europe, but his teammates have struggled under the spotlight. Neymar should return in time from ankle ligament damage, but even when the Brazilian has played alongside Mbappe and Messi, PSG have hardly looked like the attacking juggernaut they promised to be.