Spain

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

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The Barcelona coach hailed Lionel Messi as the greatest player in history after Wednesday's Champions League triumph over Manchester City.

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The Catalans' boss was delighted with the way his side overcame Manchester City in the Champions League and is now looking forward to Sunday's clash with Real Madrid.

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James Milner and Joe Hart accepted Barcelona deserved to beat Manchester City despite the England goalkeeper's brilliance.

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The Argentine warmed up for the Clasico with a football masterclass against Manchester City that will leave Carlo Ancelotti concerned ahead of Sunday's crucial clash.

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The Spanish giants could have won by more on the night, and no Premier League clubs in the quarterfinals of the Champions League shows English soccer has much to do.

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Ivan Rakitic's goal sealed the Catalan side's passage into the Champions League quarterfinals as Joe Hart put in a heroic performance for the English champions.

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The Bayern Munich boss continued his brief trip to Spain by watching his former club play in the Champions League.

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The World Cup 1994-winner thinks the Barcelona star, who shone for Brazil before injury last summer, will break the legendary striker's 77-goal tally for his country.

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Despite not having played for the club since his high-profile transfer in January, the 16-year-old has been handed another international call-up.

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The Manchester City star expresses his admiration for his former midfield partner at Barcelona ahead of the two clubs' clash in the Champions League on Wednesday.

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Former Barcelona fullback Sylvinho discusses his old friend's meteoric rise from talented teenager to the world's finest footballer in an interview with Goal.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

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Atletico Madrid held its nerve from the spot to beat Bayer Leverkusen 3-2 on penalties and book a UEFA Champions League last-eight place.

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A marathon encounter at the Vicente Calderon saw the home side emerge victorious in a penalty shootout after Torres' deciding spot kick.