Uefa Champions League

Sunday 7 June 2015

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The Serie A giants are already preparing for another assault on Europe next season following Saturday's Champions League final defeat to Luis Enrique's Barcelona

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The former Bianconeri boss was proud of the attacking style the club adopted in Saturday's Champions League final defeat to Barcelona despite the 3-1 scoreline

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The Uruguay forward thanked his Barcelona team-mates for their support and claimed he would be grateful for his whole life after winning the Champions League on Saturday

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Following Saturday's Champions League final win against the Bianconeri, the Barcelona forward praises the Italians for their efforts as he revels in his side's victory

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The Bianconeri coach was quick to set his side a new target after their 3-1 defeat by Barcelona in the Champions League final on Saturday ended hopes of a treble in 2014-15

Saturday 6 June 2015

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The Croatian midfielder felt that Luis Enrique's side were always in control against Juventus in Berlin as they completed the treble with a 3-1 victory on Saturday

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The midfielder revels in the Catalans' 3-1 victory over Juventus in the Champions League final, while Javier Mascherano describes the season as a "beautiful dream"

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The Catalans completed a hat-trick of trophies with Saturday's Champions League triumph but the coach reveals that he may not be as sure a bet to stay on as one might expect

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The French midfielder was unhappy that he was not awarded a penalty after a second-half tussle with Barcelona's Dani Alves but refuses to say if it was his last game for the club

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The Spanish striker scored the equaliser for Massimiliano Allegri's men in their Champions League final defeat by Barcelona but Luis Suarez and Neymar saw them off

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The Argentine did not score at the Olympiastadion but had a hand in all of the Blaugrana's goals in their 3-1 win over Juventus, underlining his incredible influence

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Ivan Rakitic, Luis Suarez and Neymar scored the goals for the Blaugrana as they saw off the Italian giants in Berlin on Saturday to secure the trophy for the fifth time

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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