Champions League

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

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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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Goal rates the players on show as los Colchoneros reach the semi-final of the Champions League for the first time since 1974 at the expense of Tata Martino's men...

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The midfielder's goal after five minutes was enough to send Diego Simeone's side through to the last four at the expense of the lacklustre Catalans

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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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The Spain international picked up a hamstring injury during the first leg of the clash with the Blaugrana and has not even made the bench for Diego Simeone's side

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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 former striker says the injured Spain goalkeeper is often undervalued for his contribution to the side but maintains the Blaugrana have enough quality to conquer Europe

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The Brazilian admits Stamford Bridge is a difficult place to play but believes the Ligue 1 giants did not show enough aggression from the start against Jose Mourinho's men

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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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Our La Liga expert Phil Kitromilides believes the price of 7/2 (4.50) for the midfielder to get on the score-sheet is an excellent option the game at the Vicente Calderon

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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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Despite dominating the first leg, Pep Guardiola's men couldn't turn possession into a positive result and our tipster suspects we could be in for a similar kind of game in Bavaria

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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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Having steered the Blues into the last four of Europe's elite club competition at the expense of his boyhood team, the former Newcastle man responded to his manager's criticism

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The Spain shot-stopper is displeased with passive criticism from his international team-mate in relation to his own remarks about giving Sergio Busquets "a slap"

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The Rojiblancos supremo is confident that Diego Simeone's side will get by both the Blaugrana - and Real Madrid - on their way to being crowned champions of Europe

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The former Blues striker took to Twitter to voice his views on the Champions League quarter-final second leg at Stamford Bridge as part of Heineken's 'Share The Sofa' campaign

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David Moyes' underdogs put in an impressive first-leg performance against the European champions, and Al Hain-Cole expects them to prove their mettle once again

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With Barcelona needing to score at the Calderon on Wednesday to stay in the Champions League, Goal takes a look at how their best player has been nullified by the Rojiblancos