England’s ruthless performance so far in the 2018 UEFA Champions league Trophy race  have led to the popular believe that the continental trophy could be heading to England this year. England had dominated the 2018 UEFA Champions league Trophy race big screens with 4 of their clubs finishing as Group winner and only Chelsea finishing second. England’s domination have already extended to the knockout stages as the country produced a surprise 5 teams in the knockout stages of the continental competition. 2 of the teams have already stepped their foot into the last-8 with a ruthless performance away from home, 2 have been tipped to qualify ahead of their rivals to progress to the next round while only one stands the risk of a possible exit.
The Spanish league have dominated the competition prior to now with Athletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Barcelona in the last 5 years but have been powerless before the English outfits as the have failed to record a single victory despite 8 meetings. The English clubspreviously have appeared more attentive to domestic trophies than continental ones, but the tides are changing.
 Manchester city’s 4-0 mauling of Basel in Switzerland could be understood based on the quality and financial gaps between the two clubs but Liverpool’s 5-0 demolition of Porto in Portugal is surely a shocker of the round of 16. The Reds attacking trio were difficult for the Portuguese team to curtail with each of them finding the target with the score-line is a bit flattering for the host whose goalkeeper was the busiest in the night. English clubs like Tottenham and Manchester united are tipped to progress considering their exploits in the first leg of the competition. Pochetinno’s Spurs carried the character which lead the side finish above the Real Madrid in the group stages. The North London club earned a surprising 2-2 draw against last season’s finalist Juventus in Turin after going down by 2 goals early in the game.
Manchester united might have played negative football at Sevilla in the first leg but the master-class of Jose Mourinho should be enough to see them progress ahead of the Madrid club. Chelsea on the other hand might not have defeated Barcelona thanks to the error that lead to Lionel Messi’s equalizer, the blues no doubt proved in the inefficiency of the Spanish club struggled to create chances. The Spanish Club might have the advantage going into the second leg but the blues can’t be ruled out from springing up a surprise considering how they stole a last minute winner at Vicente Calderon in the group stages. Only time will tell but the trophy and era might be tending to England as all signs points to it.