Germany

Wednesday 9 April 2014

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David Moyes's men will be hoping to book their place in the last four but the former Brazil striker is expecting the Bavarians to dominate once again

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The Red Devils were held to a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford last week but the England international is adamant that they can upset Pep Guardiola's side in Bavaria

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Following their 2-0 defeat at the Signal-Iduna Park, Goal’s Rahul Bali points that the los blancos do not look their ruthless self when pitted against top quality teams…

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The chief executive was extremely proud of the Schwarzgelben and felt they would have progressed had they taken the tie into extra-time but slammed the referee after the game

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Despite a 2-0 victory, the German giants crashed out of the Champions League but Klopp had nothing but praise for his team

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The Italian has history when it comes to capitulations in Europe's elite competition and almost suffered another damaging defeat on Tuesday. His team need to improve...

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The defender saw the positives in European elimination at the hands of Carlo Ancelotti's side and admitted his thoughts are "conflicted" after a top display

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Jurgen Klopp's men dominated Real Madrid but were unable to score the crucial third goal on the night, while PSG crumbled at Stamford Bridge

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The goalkeeper was unhappy with how many errors were made at Signal Iduna Park as the Blancos went close to being eliminated to a spirited Dortmund side

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BVB came close to one of the greatest comebacks in Champions League history by beating Real Madrid 2-0 and in the process demonstrated why they are such a loved side

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Goal took in the action at Signal Iduna Park, where the home side fell agonizingly short of a historic comeback after Reus' first half double, sending los Blancos into the semis

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Reus netted twice before the break after Weidenfeller saved a Di Maria penalty but the German side couldn't find a third goal to go beyond Carlo Ancelotti's side

Tuesday 8 April 2014

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The Portuguese is left out due to injury, with Angel Di Maria starting in his place, as the Blancos look to reach the Champions League last four

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The Manchester United striker has been injured since the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final, with the manager revealing a pain-killing injection is a possibility

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The defender made his comeback in an Under-21 match on Monday following over two months out, but does not expect to be able to face Bayern Munich

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The German has called on his team-mates to put in a spirited performance on Wednesday in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final

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The captain says that the Bavarians will not change their possession-orientated approach, pointing out that the Red Devils only had once change at Old Trafford last week

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The full-back has revealed that Los Blancos are bracing themselves for a BVB onslaught, with Jurgen Klopp's men needing to overturn a three-goal first-leg deficit