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23:00 BST

22/10/2014

CHEERIO, CHAMPIONS LEAGUE!

And that, my Champions League friends, is that. It's been a fun week of European action but it doesn't end here. Nope. We'll be back from 17:00 BST on Thursday to bring you Europa League updates from Tottenham, Celtic, Everton and more. Thanks for following and hope you can join us for that!
 

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22/10/2014

TOP OF MATCHDAY THREE

Looking back at Tuesday's action, this one goes to Luiz Adriano. The Shakhtar Donetsk striker scored five goals in his side's 7-0 hammering of BATE Borisov, equalling the record set by Lionel Messi. Honourable mention to Ludogorets for an historic win this evening.
 

22:52 BST

22/10/2014

FLOP OF MATCHDAY THREE

It has to be Mario Balotelli. The Italian swapped shirts with Pepe as he walked off for half-time and was substituted by Brendan Rodgers at the break. Rodgers said after the game that he didn't know about the incident when it happened and will "deal with it internally". Gulp.

Rodgers vows to deal with Balotelli internally

22:48 BST

22/10/2014

STAT ATTACK

22:45 BST

22/10/2014

MONACO 0-0 BENFICA - SUMMARY

Ben Cullimore reports: “Somehow, the game has ended goalless, and the two sides leave with a point each. Neither can have too many complaints, however, as both impressed from start to finish, and either one of them could have picked up all three points.”

22:41 BST

22/10/2014

GET INVOLVED

But... but... but... they won?! #Awkward.

22:37 BST

22/10/2014

WHAT WE LEARNED FROM ARSENAL WIN

They made hard work of it but Arsenal struck with the last two shots of the game to take the three points against Anderlecht. Goal's Stefan Coerts was in attendance and has given his verdict on five main talking points following the game. Check it.

Five talking points from Arsenal's late win at Anderlecht

22:33 BST

22/10/2014

GALATASARAY 0-4 DORTMUND - SUMMARY

Martin Macdonald reports: “Dortmund continue their excellent European form with a comprehensive 4-0 victory over sorry Galatasaray at the Turk Telekom Arena. A strike from Adrian Ramos, a double from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and a sensational goal from Marco Reus send Jurgen Klopp and his men home happy.”
 

22:28 BST

22/10/2014

LIVERPOOL 0-3 REAL MADRID - ANCELOTTI REACTION

Carlo Ancelotti to Canal +: "I had in mind the change of Ronaldo. We had many counterattacks, many sprints, so the last fifteen minutes I preferred to substitute him to avoid problems... Real Madrid and Barcelona are two teams in fine form. I am fortunate to not pay a ticket to see it. It will be a show."

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22/10/2014

STAT ATTACK

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22/10/2014

BAYER LEVERKUSEN 2-0 ZENIT - SUMMARY

Alex Moretto reports: “The hosts took matters into their own hands in the second half, changing their tactics to a much more attacking style, and it paid off as goals from defenders Giulio Donati and Kyriakos Papadopoulos secure a big three points for the Bundesliga outfit.”
 

22:18 BST

22/10/2014

LIVERPOOL 0-3 REAL MADRID - RODGERS ON STERLING

On nightclub reports: “For Raheem it’s important he focuses on his football. It’s unfortunate that a young kid of 19 years of age six days before the game can’t go out. It’s not a story. It’s with his rise that people might want to knock you but he wants to work hard at his game.”

22:15 BST

22/10/2014

LUDOGORETS 1-0 BASEL - SUMMARY

Tom Webber reports: “Ludogorets draw level with Basel and Liverpool on three points following Minev's late goal. They become the first Bulgarian side to earn a point in the Champions League after finally grinding down a disciplined Bebbi side.”

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22/10/2014

TWITTER TALK - OH MARIO...

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22/10/2014

LIVERPOOL 0-3 REAL MADRID - RODGERS REACTION

More from Rodgers on performance: “We defended poorly on one or two of the goals but I can't ask for any more - we probably needed to get a goal in that opening period. We'll look at it and learn but we were punished by a top-class side.”
 

22:06 BST

22/10/2014

BALOTELLI SHIRT SWAP - RODGERS REACTION

Brendan Rodgers to Sky Sports: "It's something that I don't like to see. I've seen it happen in other leagues and in other countries but it's certainly something that doesn't happen here and shouldn't happen. We had an incident here with a player [Mamadou Sakho] which I dealt with and if that's the case then I'll deal with that as well."

22:03 BST

22/10/2014

OLYMPIAKOS 1-0 JUVENTUS - SUMMARY

Tom Maston reports: “Juventus had all the chances in the second period but could not find a way past an inspired Roberto. Kasami's composed finish proved the difference and the Greek side have now beaten the Italian and Spanish champions in this year's Champions League.”

22:00 BST

22/10/2014

ANDERLECHT 1-2 ARSENAL - WENGER REACTION

Arsene Wenger to Sky Sports: "It was vital for us for a chance to qualify - we're in a strong position now. It's down to us now to win our home games to go through. It's frustrating but it's part of our job to fight until the last minute. We know in the Champions League many goals are scored in the last minutes. We'd like to have everybody available but it's not always the case."
 

21:57 BST

22/10/2014

ATLETICO MADRID 5-0 MALMO - SUMMARY

Keeghann Sinanan reports: “Atletico have been simply exceptional. Five second-half goals put Malmo decisively to the sword, after a closely contested first half from both teams. Los Rojoblancos are now level on six points with Olympiakos at the top of Group A.”