Champions League LIVE: PSV vs Tottenham plus Club Bruges vs Monaco

PSV vs Tottenham, LIVE – Latest Champions League score and updates including Club Bruges vs Monaco

  • Tottenham travel to PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League on Wednesday
  • Both sides are without a point in opening two Group B matches this season
  • Thierry Henry’s Monaco side take on Club Bruges in the other early kick-off 
  • Follow the Champions League action live with Sportsmail’s DANIEL MATTHEWS 

Tottenham will look to breathe some life into their Champions League campaign when they travel to PSV Eindhoven on Wednesday night.

Both sides are without a point in the competition so far, having suffered defeats by Barcelona and Inter Milan in the opening two rounds of fixtures.

Monaco and Club Bruges are also eyeing their first point in this season’s Champions League. They collide in Group A on Wednesday, with kick-off in both games at 5.55pm.

Follow all the action as it happens with Sportsmail’s DANIEL MATTHEWS. If you are reading this on the MailOnline App, please click here. 

  • Daniel Matthews

    Host commentator

Thierry Henry has admitted that Monaco are in a difficult moment and hopes Wednesday’s Champions League encounter against Club Brugge can act as a tide-turner.

Henry’s long-awaited first game as a manager ended in a 2-1 defeat at Strasbourg on Saturday, with Monaco’s night marred by goalkeeping errors, a sending-off and injuries.

They have lost both their Champions League games so far this season but Henry insists: ‘Club Brugge is a team that fights from beginning to end. They defend together, they attack together. We will try to block them. After Strasbourg it’s good to play again quickly. The Champions League is a dream, we must take this competition as a chance to regain confidence.’ 


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Hello and welcome to Sportsmail’s coverage of Wednesday’s Champions League action.

First up we have two games to feast our eyes on: PSV vs Tottenham and Monaco vs Club Bruges.

We’ll be following the action from Eindhoven primarily, with updates as Thierry Henry makes his European bow as a manager.

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