Germany

Thursday, April 10, 2014

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The midfielder was delighted with the way the team responded to going behind against Manchester United before securing their place in the Champions League semi-finals

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

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The Dutchman, who set up Thomas Muller for his side's second goal against Manchester United, was left to revel in the "pure fun" of the holders' progression to the last four

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Goals from Mandzukic, Muller and Robben propelled Die Roten to the next round of the Champions League, despite a rocket from Evra initially looking to signal a potential upset

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The left-back shocked the Allianz Arena with a stunning effort to give David Moyes' side the lead, only for Mario Mandzukic, Thomas Muller and Arjen Robben to settle the tie

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Old Trafford chief executive Ed Woodward plans to talk to Bayern Munich about a deal for the midfielder during the Champions League quarter-final clash on Wednesday

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The Spain centre-back says he and his team-mates would be completely nonplussed by the Portuguese's potential return to the Santiago Bernabeu

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The Colombia international, who has been in excellent scoring form in 2013-14, will move to Signal Iduna Park at the end of the season after five years in the German capital

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After very nearly seeing his side blow a three-goal first-leg lead at Signal Iduna Park, the Croatian admitted that Los Blancos are consistently guilty of complacency

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The attacker, who scored both of BVB's goals in a stirring 2-0 win at Signal Iduna Park, found his side's aggregate loss "difficult to swallow"

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David Moyes's men will be hoping to book their place in the last four but the former Brazil striker is expecting the Bavarians to dominate once again

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The Red Devils were held to a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford last week but the England international is adamant that they can upset Pep Guardiola's side in Bavaria

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The chief executive was extremely proud of the Schwarzgelben and felt they would have progressed had they taken the tie into extra-time but slammed the referee after the game

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

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Despite a 2-0 victory, the German giants crashed out of the Champions League but Klopp had nothing but praise for his team

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The Italian has history when it comes to capitulations in Europe's elite competition and almost suffered another damaging defeat on Tuesday. His team need to improve...

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The defender saw the positives in European elimination at the hands of Carlo Ancelotti's side and admitted his thoughts are "conflicted" after a top display

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Jurgen Klopp's men dominated Real Madrid but were unable to score the crucial third goal on the night, while PSG crumbled at Stamford Bridge

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The goalkeeper was unhappy with how many errors were made at Signal Iduna Park as the Blancos went close to being eliminated to a spirited Dortmund side

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BVB came close to one of the greatest comebacks in Champions League history by beating Real Madrid 2-0 and in the process demonstrated why they are such a loved side