Germany

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

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The former Barcelona boss insists the Argentine is the greatest player the sport has ever seen after he helped to eliminate Bayern Munich from the Champions League

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The club captain has hailed the Spanish side after their qualification for the Champions League, but was left ruing the poor end to last week's first leg

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The Spain midfielder helped the Blaugrana into another final but knows his side now face a testing few weeks as they look to claim the treble

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COMMENT: Luis Enrique's side lost 3-2 to Bayern on the night but were never under threat and have banished the memory of their thrashing at the same stage just two years ago

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The German side won on the night but it was not enough to reverse the deficit from the first leg as the Blaugrana advanced to the Champions League final in Berlin

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ANALYSIS: The Bavarians seemed in fine shape to dominate Europe when Pep Guardiola joined the club, but they will need to undertake action if they are to remain competitive

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The Blaugrana president has pointed out that Pep Guardiola's men overturned a 3-1 first-leg deficit against Porto with a 6-1 win at the Allianz Arena

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The Werder Bremen forward, on loan at St. Mary's, netted twice in his second game at the Premier League club but has failed to score or register an assist in 13 matches since

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The left-back witnessed at first hand the strength of the club's forward line as his side were well beaten at Camp Nou last week

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The 23-year-old's agent Patrick De Koster says he will hold talks with Wolfsburg next week to determine the next step for his highly-rated client

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The Catalans are four points clear in La Liga, already through to the final of the Copa del Rey and poised to see off Bayern Munich in the Champions League

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EXCLUSIVE: Former Blancos goalkeeper Bodo Illgner believes the Champions League trophy will remain in Spain this season and claims Iker Casillas was damaged by Jose Mourinho

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COLUMN: The former Germany midfielder believes both player and club world be best served by parting ways after the 22-year-old played just 11 minutes in the defeat to Barcelona