Champions League

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

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The Netherlands international does not fear Luis Enrique's side, and added with tongue firmly in cheek that he would enjoy a spring trip to sunny Catalunya

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With the 16 teams now confirmed for the first knockout round, Goal looks at how the draw could shape up

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The Bavarians' coach has voiced his delight with his troops' group-stage performances, while Sebastian Rode is eagerly anticipating the draw for the round of 16

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The Uruguay international was pleased with his side's performance against the Ligue 1 champions and believes they are a better team than earlier this term

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The Frenchman says the Premier League champions' win in Rome shows they can cope without their two key men and praised Joe Hart for an "amazing save" with the game at 1-0

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Qualification for the Champions League knockouts was there for the taking for the Giallorossi, but Rudi Garcia's men blew their chance against a weakened Manchester City side

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COMMENT: The three forwards played their part as Luis Enrique's experimental side came from behind to beat Paris Saint-Germain in an unconvincing display at Camp Nou

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A late strike from Vincent Aboubakar was enough to salvage the hosts' unbeaten Champions League campaign, as they come back from a goal behind against the Ukrainians

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Goal took in the action at Camp Nou, as the hosts came back from a goal down to clinch the win and first place in the group, with their star-studded front three all netting

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Goals from Thomas Muller, Sebastian Rode and Mario Gotze secured a comfortable win for the Bavarians as the Russian outfit missed out on the Champions League knockout stages

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Max Meyer stole the headlines with his second-half strike as the Germans won in Slovenia to seal their place in the next round of the Champions League

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The Citizens were forced to work extremely hard but goals from Samir Nasri and Pablo Zabaleta ensured they would be in the hat for the Champions League last 16

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic put the French titleholders ahead but the Blaugrana's all-star attack turned the game on its head to ensure that the Catalans will be seeded in the last 16

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A Lasse Schone brace kick-started a Dutch onslaught as Frank de Boer's side pick up their first win of the group stage to advance to the Europa League round of 32

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The Ukrainian outfit appeared to be on their way to a surprise win, but a late equaliser eventually saw the home side maintain their unbeaten status

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Thomas Muller opened the scoring from the penalty spot 16 minutes in before Sebastian Rode and Mario Gotze sealed the visitors' fate with late goals