Champions League

Wednesday 10 December 2014

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The Denmark international found the net twice before the attacking midfielder and striker put the match to bed

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The Germans sensationally reached the knockout stage of Europe's premier competition thanks to their triumph in Slovenia, coupled with Sporting Lisbon's 3-1 loss at Chelsea

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Both sides have already booked their place in the last 16 of the Champions League but will be eager to end their group campaign on a high note. Follow it LIVE!

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Athletic Bilbao look to assure themselves of a Europa League place when they take on BATE at San Mames in their final Champions League game. It's LIVE!

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Roberto Di Matteo's side are hoping to leapfrog Sporting Lisbon on the final group stage matchday and progress to the second round. Follow it LIVE!

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The Amsterdam giants are looking to end their disappointing Champions League campaign on a high note when they entertain the Cypriots. Follow it LIVE!

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The Russians have a slim chance of qualification from their group - but must beat Pep Guardiola's side at the Allianz Arena. Follow it LIVE!

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Jose Mourinho's side have already assured top spot in their group, while the Lisbon giants need victory to assure qualification. Follow it LIVE!

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The Giallorossi entertain the English champions in a key Champions League clash as both teams strive for qualification for the last 16

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The Sweden international collapsed to the floor writhing and clutching his face following contact with the winger's fingertips, much to the fury of the Serb's team-mates

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The brooding Bosnian, perennially in the shadows of his Manchester City strike partner, carried his side to the title last season - and now he can carry them into the last 16

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The Serie A side are looking to secure their place in the knockout rounds and the midfielder insists they can beat Wednesday's opponents Manchester City and CSKA to second place

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Leonid Slutskiy's men have been difficult to stop in recent Champions League fixtures, and Al Hain-Cole expects them to finally break their duck against a weakened home team here

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The Bundesliga side missed out on top spot after drawing with Benfica and the coach feels it is a "pity" that they failed to score the important winning goal

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Manuel Pellegrini's side head to the Stadio Olimpico without their two most dangerous players, but Al Hain-Cole is expecting their veteran midfielder to prove his worth

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Two of the biggest names in football will be on show in Barcelona and our man in Spain takes a look at the markets for them to get on the scoresheet

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The Gunners surrendered a three-goal lead against the Belgian outfit leading to a result which ultimately proved decisive in deciding their fate in Champions League Group D

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The Wales midfielder scored one of the goals of the group stage, driving in an incredible shot from 30 yards, to put the Gunners in front by three against Galatasaray