Champions League

Wednesday, 9 April 2014

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The former striker says the injured Spain goalkeeper is often undervalued for his contribution to the side but maintains the Blaugrana have enough quality to conquer Europe

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The Spain centre-back says he and his team-mates would be completely nonplussed by the Portuguese's potential return to the Santiago Bernabeu

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The Brazilian admits Stamford Bridge is a difficult place to play but believes the Ligue 1 giants did not show enough aggression from the start against Jose Mourinho's men

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Our La Liga expert Phil Kitromilides believes the price of 7/2 (4.50) for Garcia to get on the scoresheet is an excellent option for Wednesday Champions League clash

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The majority of voters insist the Portuguese has never deserved to lose the iconic label he bestowed upon himself on arrival at Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2004

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After very nearly seeing his side blow a three-goal first-leg lead at Signal Iduna Park, the Croatian admitted that Los Blancos are consistently guilty of complacency

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The attacker, who scored both of BVB's goals in a stirring 2-0 win at Signal Iduna Park, found his side's aggregate loss "difficult to swallow"

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Despite dominating the first leg, Pep Guardiola's men couldn't turn possession into a positive result and our tipster is taking a look at which direction the second leg will take

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The midfielder insists the Ligue 1 leaders' season is not over yet, while former Chelsea defender Alex admitted the French champions did not play with enough aggression

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The 29-year-old underlined his class with a wonder-goal against Barcelona last week but such moments have been few and far between in a career marked by ill-discipline

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With Barcelona needing to score at the Calderon on Wednesday to stay in the Champions League, Goal takes a look at how their best player has been nullified by the Rojiblancos

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David Moyes's men will be hoping to book their place in the last four of the Champions League but the former Brazil striker is expecting the Bavarians to dominate once again

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David Moyes' underdogs put in an impressive performance against the European champions at Old Trafford, and Al Hain-Cole expects them to prove their mettle once again

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The former Blues striker took to Twitter to voice his views on the Champions League quarter-final second leg at Stamford Bridge as part of Heineken's 'Share The Sofa' campaign

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Having steered the Blues into the last four of Europe's elite club competition at the expense of his boyhood team, the former Newcastle man responded to his manager's criticism

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The midfielder has highlighted the importance of the Argentina international, while he has also called on his team-mates to stay tight and counterattack against Barca on Wednesday

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Fortune once again smiled on the Blues in Europe while their manager got his big decisions right and remains the master navigator of this elite competition