UEFA Champions League

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

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Javier Hernandez marked only his seventh Real Madrid start with the winner against Atletico Madrid, much to Carlo Ancelotti's delight.

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The Bianconeri returned to the Champions League semis after a 12-year hiatus and deserve to count themselves among Europe's elite, says Kris Voakes.

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Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Juventus will find out their European fate on Friday as they bid to reach the showpiece in Berlin.

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A dramatic late strike from Javier Hernandez is the difference between the city rivals over two legs as Los Blancos narrowly progress to the semifinals of the Champions League.

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Javier Hernandez bagged arguably the biggest goal of his club career Wednesday as his winner sent his club into the semis with a win over local rival Atletico.

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A determined display from the Serie A leader was enough to hold Les Rouges et Blancs to a scoreless drawing to confirm a place in the semifinals of the Champions League

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EXCLUSIVE: The former Blancos midfielder expects a close encounter at the Bernabeu on Wednesday as Real continue the defense of its Champions League title.

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The manager has called for his team to focus on securing a domestic treble this season rather than dwell on its European exit.

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Bayern Munich could be Champions League semi-final foes for Barcelona, but Luis Enrique was philosophical over the German side's progress.

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The Juventus goalkeeper recalls the great names that he has played alongside and against during his stellar career in continental competition...

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Real Madrid just cannot beat Atletico! They've not defeated their city rivals in seven attempts so far this season, so we're taking a look back at some of the other hexes...

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The former Blancos star has reminisced about his famous 1997 derby goal but believes his old side is a slight underdog going into Wednesday’s Champions League clash.

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Writing for Goal, the Atletico Madrid coach acknowledges Jan Oblak and Miguel Angel Moya have left him with a selection headache.