Tuesday 21 April 2015

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The German believes complaining about their fitness woes will get the Santiago Bernabeu side nowhere and has set his sights on the semi-finals

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The Spaniard is feeling the pressure ahead of the quarter-final decider with Porto on Tuesday as he realises the Bavarians are expected to win it all

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The striker is hopeful of causing an upset against Barcelona, whom he spent one season with, and refuses to give up just yet after their home loss last week

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The Spanish forward feels the Bianconeri's spirit makes up for their lack of superstars and he is confident they can go far in Europe

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The Colombia international is eagerly anticipating Wednesday's match versus Atletico and dreams of winning the European title this campaign

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COMMENT: The coach is experiencing a club in crisis and must use all of his experience to ensure the German giants don't suffer from a very familiar pitfall

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With Bayern, PSG and Real Madrid among those forced to cope with significant injury problems, Goal looks at the second-string XIs each quarter-finalist can call upon

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EXCLUSIVE COLUMN: The Atletico coach is surprised by Chelsea's dominance of the English top flight but maintains that it is more difficult to win La Liga than the Champions League

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COLUMN: Luis Enrique's side are firmly in control heading into the second leg at Camp Nou but the young Italian is set for a big future even if the French club are knocked out

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Real Madrid sources have rejected claims by Croatia doctor Boris Nemec that the Italian is responsible for the midfielder's ligament problem that will see him sidelined six weeks

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EXCLUSIVE: The man who sank the German club in the 1987 European Cup final should have played for them a few months later – and it is one of his biggest regrets that he never did

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The visitors carry a 1-0 lead into the second leg and the left-back says they must be ready to take the game to Leonardo Jardim's men

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The home side will be without Luka Modric and Gareth Bale in Wednesday's clash, but the Italian coach still fancies their chances

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The duo were training with Barcelona ahead of Tuesday's clash with PSG when the Brazil forward playfully put his Uruguayan team-mate to the floor