Europe

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

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Two sterling performances from the Real Madrid and Monaco stars made them stand out in the last-eight - but who else joins them?

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Juventus' star forward cannot see a frontrunner in the race for the Champions League now that the Spanish club - the team he most feared - are out.

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The Italian side's 3-0 aggregate victory against the Spanish club in the Champions League proves their greatness, according to the defender

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The Dortmund boss thinks his side's belief was 'destroyed' by conceding an early goal, which led to costly mistakes

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The attacker was does not believe his team began the match well enough, but added he thinks the club could have recovered

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Both the England international and Foxes captain Wes Morgan believe the club have what it takes to qualify for the competition once again next season

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European exit at the quarter-final stage is a sad end for Luis Enrique in the continental competition and a summer of change now awaits at Camp Nou

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The midfielder will miss his club's semi-final first leg after picking up his third yellow card of the competition in the win over Barcelona

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The Argentine never found his range against the Italian side and came one missed shot short of a personal worst in Champions League play

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The Old Lady not only knocked Barca out of the Champions League, but also denied the club a bit of history

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They might not be the biggest name left in the Champions League - but they are a side who should fancy themselves to match anyone