Monday 4 May 2015

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The European champions must face Juventus in the last four of this year's competition and the defender says there would be no shame in losing to such a strong side

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The Real Madrid ace made his comeback from injury in Saturday's win at Sevilla and has now been deemed fit to start against the Bianconeri

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The Juventus midfielder had the chance to join Los Blancos nine years ago but elected to stay at AC Milan, with whom he won the Champions League the following season

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The 27-year-old attacker once again misses out through injury but Gareth Bale is included after coming through the weekend win over Sevilla unscathed

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The 47-year-old has acknowledged the Serie A champions face a difficult task to reach the semi-finals but says they must believe in their own quality

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With the competition entering the penultimate phase, every player is of vital importance to their team but some stars will miss out on the first crucial encounter

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Two of the finest goalkeepers in history go head-to-head once again on Tuesday as Juventus take on Real Madrid, but which of the pair has had a better career?

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EXCLUSIVE: The Juventus boss' footballing mentor says he always believed the Tuscan had what it took to coach at the top of the game, despite a lower profile playing career

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The Spanish forward does not have any hard feelings towards his old Real Madrid boss but is determined to lead his side to the Champions League final

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Having sealed the domestic crown once again, Maximiliano Allegri's side now take on a resurgent Cristiano Ronaldo in the Champions League semi-finals

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The Mexican is currently getting a run in Carlo Ancelotti's starting line-up but he could be dropped when Karim Benzema returns to full fitness

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Goal took in the action at San Paolo, where the home side waited until the final 20 minutes to unleash their fury, scoring thrice in six minutes to put the Rossoneri under

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Gonzalo Higuain missed a penalty after Mattia De Sciglio's red but the Argentine netted during a six-minute spell that also featured goals from Marek Hamsik and Manolo Gabbiadini

Sunday 3 May 2015

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Rafa Benitez's hosts must win in their bid to close on the Champions League spots, while the visitors are desperate for a morale-boosting result - it's LIVE!

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The Nerazzurri were held to a goalless draw and missed the chance to move into the top six after spurning a number of chances

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Roberto Mancini's men slumped to a disappointing draw which underlined their major flaws, as the Europa League hopefuls had to rely on Samir Handanovic to secure a point