Champions League

Thursday 19 March 2015

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The Asturian coach was full of praise for the Argentine attacker after his peerless performance against Manchester City and believes nobody ever can match the in-form forward

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The Chilean feels his side were always going to struggle to compete in Europe after they were forced to name just a 21-man squad for their matches on the continent this season

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The coach was full of praise for his side after the win over Borussia Dortmund, while Giuseppe Marotta gave all the credit to Allegri himself

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The Argentine has played down his fine form of late but admits that he is feeling confident heading into Sunday's crunch Liga clash with Real Madrid

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The Catalans' boss was delighted with the way in which his side overcame Manchester City in the Champions League and is now looking forward to Sunday's clash with Real Madrid

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The Manchester City goalkeeper made several superb saves during the 1-0 defeat at Camp Nou and explained that he just tried to make the Catalans' forwards rush their shots

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Manuel Pellegrini's men were outclassed in all departments as they crashed out of the Champions League at Camp Nou and it is clear an ageing squad needs major surgery

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The coach was disappointed with his side following their elimination from the Champions League, adding that Carlos Tevez's early goal played a key part in the defeat

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The Argentine netted twice as his side routed BVB 3-0 on Wednesday to progress to the quarter-finals of the Champions League and was happy with the team's effort

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COMMENT: Juventus finally revealed what they are capable of in Europe to march on to the quarter-finals, with star striker Carlos Tevez leading the way

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COMMENT: The Argentine warmed up for the Clasico with a football masterclass against Manchester City which will leave Carlo Ancelotti concerned ahead of Sunday's crucial clash

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COMMENT: The Spanish giants could have won by more on the night and no clubs in the quarter-finals of the Champions League shows English football has much to do

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Ivan Rakitic's goal sealed the Catalan side's passage into the Champions League quarter-finals as Joe Hart put in a heroic performance for the English champions

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A master-class performance from Carlos Tevez sees the Bianconeri through to the quarter-finals, adding yet another black mark on BVB's nightmarish season

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The England goalkeeper turned in a superb performance at the Camp Nou but was eventually beaten by Ivan Rakitic, while Sergio Aguero missed a second-half penalty

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The Argentine opened the scoring with a thumping strike and then, after teeing Alvaro Morata up for a tap-in, sealed a famous win for the Bianconeri with a fine finish

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The Catalan side will be confident of protecting their one-goal lead from the clash in the Etihad Stadium as they welcome Manuel Pellegrini's men to Camp Nou