Champions League

Thursday, December 10, 2015

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It was a difficult managerial debut for the former Manchester United skipper but one of his England charges caught the eye on Tuesday evening with a dazzling display

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The 27-year-old's display in Europe pleased the Blues boss, despite the striker failing to score, who hailed his "effort, commitment and great movement"

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The Chelsea boss had been told by referee Cuneyt Cakir that any delays in either team arriving back on the pitch would result in a suspension for their manager

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The Chelsea manager has pointed out that his former goalkeeper, who he fell out with at Real Madrid, now has the ability to win the Europa League after Porto's elimination

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The Asturian coach has used all three substitutes in less than half of their games this season and is constantly using just 13 players in total - including his two goalkeepers

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The Bavarians head coach claims his side were made to re-group at half-time and alter their style and personnel after being held during the opening 45 minutes in Croatia

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The Argentine forward was on target for Barcelona against Bayer Leverkusen as he added to an already impressive record against German opposition in the Champions League

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Los Che were knocked out of the Champions League on Wednesday as the former Man United defender's managerial career got off to a disappointing start against Lyon

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The Chelsea winger again failed to find the back of the net in Wednesday's Champions League clash with Porto, extending his barren run that now spans seven months

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The Premier League champions have topped Group D but the 52-year-old admits he has not deserved the response he has received from the club's supporters

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The Blues may have beaten Porto 2-0, and the central defender may fancy their chances, but the Portuguese's team will not have any potential opponent quaking in their boots

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The Frenchman has now moved ahead of the Dutchman in the Champions League but faces an uphill battle to surpass Robin van Persie and Thierry Henry

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KAA Gent became the first Belgian side to reach the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League, after beating already qualified Zenit St. Petersburg 2-1 at the Ghelamco Arena.

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Olivier Giroud's brilliant hat-trick, which saw him overtake Dennis Bergkamp's Champions League goal haul for the Gunners, helped book the north Londoners' place in the last 16

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Javier Hernandez cancelled out Lionel Messi's opener, but it was not enough as Roger Schmidt's side are knocked out of the competition

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Serhiy Rebrov's team booked their place in the last 16 of the Champions League thanks to Denys Garmash's first-half goal, which secured second position in Group G