Spurs came from behind to beat the 10-man Ukrainians and booked a place in the Europa League last 16 with a goal from Eriksen and two from Adebayor
Thursday, February 27, 2014
Goal was on hand to see Napoli squeeze past Swansea at Stadio San Paolo, with Gonzalo Higuain's second-half goal being the turning point in a tough test for the Partenopei.
Jonathan De Guzman cancelled out Lorenzo Insigne's opener to put the Welsh side ahead on away goals but the prolific Argentine and the Swiss struck late on.
The 30-year-old striker has been disillusioned with life under David Moyes at Old Trafford and spoke of his frustration with his team-mates after Tuesday's 2-0 defeat to Olympiakos
Though his side is on the brink of Champions League elimination, Manuel Pellegrini's team remains on course to win a domestic treble.
The French striker has been banned for five games after he made the controversial gesture in December.
The Liverpool winger could win his second cap for his country while the likes of Jermain Defoe, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Steven Caulker and Tom Cleverley are also included
The Bundesliga side suffered a pounding at the hands of the Liga giants, while Galatasaray fought back against Chelsea to take a 1-1 draw from their home leg in the last 16.
Chelsea squandered the chance to kill off Galatasaray with a tired second-half performance but knows a victory at Stamford Bridge next month will see it into the last eight
The former France international believes the Spurs boss deserves the opportunity to show what he can do, and also criticized Andre Villas-Boas for "not trusting his team".
The 22-year-old issued a stinging response to a Blues fan who had sought to ridicule Arsenal's League Cup loss in 2011 by posting a picture of the England man in tears at Wembley.
The French defender has lent his support to the Scottish manager despite an underwhelming season, while he could be forced to "study the possibilities" of a move away.
The Mexico international has hailed the importance of his Manchester United colleagues, unlike Robin van Persie who this week said they made life “difficult” for him.
The Blancos' 6-1 away win at sorry Schalke was the latest example of the huge chasm between the top few clubs and those who are just happy to be in the knockout stage.
The 31-year-old has been ruled out of matches for club and country, joining Lacina Traore on the Toffees treatment table, though a "refreshed" Romelu Lukaku returns to the squad.
The Germany international playmaker was left out of the Gunners' 4-1 win over Sunderland after a dismal display against Bayern Munich but is now in contention to start on Saturday.
Manchester City was beaten by Wigan on its last visit to Wembley, losing the FA Cup final, and the Sunderland coach suspects the club will be seeking to avenge that defeat.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
The striker admits his side was "naive" at times in Wednesday's encounter but both the Ivorian and Wesley Sneijder believe the tie is far from over.
The 51-year-old stressed he is happy at Stamford Bridge but says he would be open to a move back to the club he won the treble with in 2010 if he ever left England again
The Cameroon striker has hit out at suggestions that he is older than 32 after a private conversation involving Jose Mourinho was recorded by a French television station