Champions League

Saturday, 6 June 2015

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The Italians fell short of a record-breaking treble in Berlin but they have nothing of which to be ashamed after another gallant display at the end of a superb season

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The Spanish side opened the scoring after just four minutes, with Alvaro Morata equalising in the second half before the Uruguayan and the Brazilian secured the win

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It's the biggest game in European club football as the winners of Serie A and La Liga meet in the Champions League final!

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The Spaniard has been declared fit, while sidelined Giorgio Chiellini has been replaced by Andrea Barzagli in the Bianconeri's 4-3-1-2 formation

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The Barcelona playmaker will bid farewell to European football when his side take on Juventus in Saturday's Champions League final before joining Qatari club Al Sadd

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The Blues failed in Europe despite despite their domestic dominance during 2014-15 and the PFA Player of the Year wants to right that wrong next season

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The German capital gears up for a celebration in the season's showpiece fixture, with thousands of Spanish and Italian fans in the party mood ahead of Saturday's final

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The two clubs have put together first-team squads of very different compositions in the transfer market, with Goal taking a closer look ahead of the season showpiece event

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While many are excited to see Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez in Berlin, the Liverpool midfielder believes that the Croatian will be very influential

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The Juventus defender says he expects no repeat of the moment the Barcelona striker snubbed him during their racial abuse feud while a Liverpool player

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The World Cup winner believes that the Bianconeri can curb the Blaugrana's attacking threat but he still expects the Catalans to prevail

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The Barcelona star believes the success of his partnership his South American counterparts owes a lot to the relationship they enjoy off the field

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COLUMN: The Uruguayan has been in sensational form in this season's Champions League but the former England striker expects the Italians to look to get under his skin in Berlin

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EXCLUSIVE: The ex-Liverpool man, who played against and beat the Italian in the 2005 Champions League final, believes he is even more dangerous now than he was 10 years ago

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The controversial pair have not met for 15 months following their respective moves to Juventus and Barcelona but are set to renew hostilities in the Berlin showpiece

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The Juventus midfielder is one of the most coveted players in world football and he has been praised by his former Manchester United team-mate ahead of the Champions League final