Wednesday, May 6, 2015

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The Argentina international netted the winner for Juventus in their Champions League semi-final victory over Real Madrid, and the full-back was thrilled for his team-mate

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The Spaniard, who again played in midfield in the absence of Luka Modric, is unhappy with how he performed in Turin but thinks Los Blancos can turn the tie around

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The Atletico ace took to Twitter to feign shock at Martin Atkinson not sending off Dani Carvajal, given the official had dismissed him for similar offences last month

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

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The Colombian is confident the Santiago Bernabeu faithful can roar their side through to the final next Wednesday, arguing that the Blancos were unlucky to lose in Turin

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The former Blancos forward was buoyed by the Bianconeri's 2-1 win in Turin but pointed out that next week's return clash at the Bernabeu will be far more "dangerous"

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The Mexican was dropped by Carlo Ancelotti for their loss at Juventus and, despite being gutted at not starting in Turin, he thinks the Blancos can still make the final

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The veteran playmaker was buoyed by Juventus' victory over Real Madrid but is taking nothing for granted ahead of next week's return clash at the Santiago Bernabeu

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Goal took in the action in Turin, where the home side dug deep to protect their narrow advantage, frustrating los Blancos in the second half and securing a lead for the second leg

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The Argentine fired home a second-half spot-kick, which he had earned himself, after Cristiano Ronaldo had cancelled out Alvaro Morata's early opener in Turin

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The midfielder has hailed the Argentine as a great player but unsurprisingly favours his former Real Madrid team-mate over the Barcelona talisman

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Follow all the action live as the two sides battle it out in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final

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The Brazil boss is fully supportive of their ambitions at club level, even if it has an impact on the national side

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The Bayern Munich boss says there is no tactical plan to nullify the Argentine's effect on matches but does not want his players to focus solely on his old charge

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The defender picked up an injury in training and is likely to be replaced by Marc Bartra or Javier Mascherano at centre-back

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The two former team-mates will go up against each other in the dug-out on Wednesday, with the Barcelona boss quick to praise his friend's impact at the Allianz Arena