Thursday, May 7, 2015

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

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The Argentina international scored twice and laid on an assist for Neymar as Barcelona notched a 3-0 win over German champions Bayern Munich

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The former Barcelona boss admits his side has been left with an almost impossible task after the Argentine inspired the host to a commanding victory.

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The head coach credited Pep Guardiola for sticking to his philosophy but heaped praise on his players for the way they dismantled Bayern in the last 20 minutes.

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The Barcelona defender reveled in his teammate tearing Bayern Munich apart but says his side will still go to Germany with the intention of winning the second leg.

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Two goals from the imperious Lionel Messi and a stoppage time nail in the coffin from a calm and composed Neymar put one Blaugrana foot in the Champions League final.

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The striker will play wearing a protective mask after fracturing his nose and upper jaw in the DFB-Pokal semifinal defeat to Borussia Dortmund.

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Despite persistent rumors of a switch to Newcastle United, Steve McClaren is fully committed to Derby County.

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Alexis Sanchez's star continues to rise and former Chile international Ivan Zamorano believes the best is yet to come from the Arsenal man.

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Real Madrid kept its place at the top of the Forbes most valuable football teams in the world in spite of a drop in its overall worth.

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As Southampton chases UEFA Europa League qualification, Les Reed says the club will place its faith in the academy next season.

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The forward again came in for criticism after Real Madrid's loss to Juventus, but the player's agent says all is well with the Wales star.

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The Germans have headed more goals than any other Champions League team — but when their coach was at Barcelona, crossing and heading was "never in the club's DNA."