Champions League

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

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The Brazil international claimed he was verbally abused by the home supporter, but the man involved has protested his innocence

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The Belgium international was scrutinised over his role in both of Luis Suarez's goals at the Etihad but he says he pays no heed to what the press thinks

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The Blaugrana president was enthused by the way in which Luis Enrique's men passed the Premier League champions off the pitch for 45 minutes at the Etihad

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The Manchester City playmaker grabbed an assist as the hosts came back from two goals down to keep the tie alive but says they must not repeat their first-half display in Spain

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The Brazilian forward was seen approaching a fan after his side's 2-1 win at the Etihad Stadium, with whom he swapped curses and mockery, but the hosts are unconcerned

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The manager is wary of the former Tottenham and Manchester United man and says he is able to remain playing at the top level due to his great technique and footballing intelligence

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The Barcelona star was the subject of taunts from one Portuguese-speaking home supporter and angrily confronted him at the final whistle

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Phil Kitromilides believes that the in-form Croatia international will strike once more as he returns to Germany with last season's Champions League finalists

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The Gunners have failed to progress beyond the last-16 stage of the competition in each of the past four seasons but the attacker says he is paying little attention to history

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EXCLUSIVE: The Argentine believes the players trusted to replace the likes of Diego Costa and David Villa can take the club to new heights by creating extra competition

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ANALYSIS: The French side recently clocked up 1,400 minutes without conceding a goal in regulation play and defensive strength is key to their chances of beating Arsenal

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The ex-Real Madrid striker scored the winner as Massimiliano Allegri's men won the first leg but he is aware how tough it will be to reach the last eight

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While Arsene Wenger's men are full of confidence in front of goal at the moment, Al Hain-Cole is backing the resolute Rouges-et-Blancs to keep the scoreline down to a minimum

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EXCLUSIVE: The Croatia international holds the Gunners in the highest esteem but he still believes that the Ligue 1 outfit are capable of springing a surprise