Tuesday, September 16, 2014

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COMMENT: The club captain was cheered after one fine save and received the warmth of the Bernabeu as Real Madrid claimed a morale-boosting victory

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Arsene Wenger's men were outplayed from start to finish in Germany and have little hope of challenging the cream of the continent unless they improve massively

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Leonardo Jardim's side get off to a winning start on their return to Champions League football courtesy of Joao Moutinho's second-half strike

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Burak Yilmaz's stoppage time equaliser salvages a point for Cesare Prandelli's men, robbing a well-organised Anderlecht side of a valuable three points at the death in Istanbul

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Gareth Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo, James Rodriguez and Karim Benzema were all on the scoresheet as los Blancos got their Champions League title defence off to the perfect start

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The striker was back in goalscoring form in the Champions League on Tuesday, but it was a far from convincing performance which opened Juve's campaign

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SPECIAL REPORT: The Liverpool manager's tactical knowledge, man-management style and fierce ambition have led the Reds back into the competition for the first time in five years

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ANALYSIS: The Gunners put in a resilient performance last November which hinted at big things to come, but could be without the defensive players required to repeat the trick

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The Barcelona pair combined to give Luis Enrique's side victory over Athletic Club, while the Atletico midfielder helped inspire a win over Real Madrid in the derby

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The Argentine made the difference as Manchester United claimed their first win of the season while the Chelsea striker netted a hat-trick in victory over Swansea

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COMMENT: The Argentine has won every trophy for Atletico bar Europe's premier club competition and is eager to capture the biggest prize of all before leaving the Spanish side

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COMMENT: The project at Stade Louis II has been downgraded, but the supporters are not happy the club have not kept their promises

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COMMENT: The Italian needs to find a solution to his side's problems following the sales of Angel Di Maria and Xabi Alonso plus three defeats in the team's last four matches

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Brendan Rodgers' side are back in the competition for the first time since 2009 but the 41-year-old's new attacking signings are yet to click, while defensive cracks still exist

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The Gunners are set for a 17th successive campaign in Europe's elite club competition and Goal casts an eye over what the tournament could hold for them