The 2019/20 edition of the competition looks set to be another corker, with Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund both drawn in the toughest group.
Two of Europe’s biggest clubs will have to face-off against Antonio Conte’s Inter Milan, with all three teams vying for the two qualification spots.
Czech Republic’s Slavia Prague have also been drawn in the group and they could well be the whipping boys.
Barca versus Dortmund is a mouth-watering game for the neutral on paper, as they are two of world football’s most exciting sides.
And the German side have intensified the rivalry before they meet face-to-face in Europe’s premiere competition.
The Bundesliga outfit tweeted ‘time to practice our corners’ after learning they will face the Blaugrana.
Time to practice our corners 🙋♂️ https://t.co/ua104F7CWo— Borussia Dortmund (@BlackYellow) August 29, 2019
Well played, lads.
Barca’s 2018/19 Champions League campaign infamously came to an end against Liverpool at Anfield after Divock Origi scored from a quickly taken corner by Trent Alexander-Arnold.
That moment of ingenuity will forever be etched into the fabrics of the competition and will always haunt the Blaugrana and their supporters.
Barca enter the 2019/20 Champions League as the second-favourites to win the competition, behind Manchester City and just ahead of Liverpool in third.