Champions League

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

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The former Gunners defender feels the end is now on the horizon for the veteran coach following another heavy Champions League defeat

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The Real Madrid may be enduring his longest goal drought in the competition, but he is still playing his part in creating opportunities for others

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The Real Madrid coach was shocked to see his side concede after an intense start to the Champions League tie, but was glad they fought back to win

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Barcelona star Lionel Messi leads the way with an incredible nine goals in just four group-stage appearances, while Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil is in the top three

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The manner in which Arsenal capitulated in Munich was typical of a Wenger side who continually to show defensive naivety in crucial games

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The German giants unleashed a 5-1 beating on Arsenal and now have not lost in the competition at home since 2014.

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The Gunners were on the end of a thumping at the hands of the German giants, with the Bavarians cheekily taunting their opponents on social media

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The Portuguese could not bring an end to an already extended dry spell for Los Blancos in Europe when his side beat Napoli 3-1 on Wednesday

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Zinedine Zidane's side fell behind to a stunning strike by Lorenzo Insigne but kept calm to conjure an impressive comeback for Los Blancos

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The prolific Pole's decision to ignore the Gunners' interest in his services was vindicated during Bayern's latest rout of the hapless Londoners

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Despite a promising first-half performance, the Gunners capitulated after the break as Carlo Ancelotti's men took a commanding lead in this last-16 tie before the return leg...

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The Gunners were torn apart by Bayern as they put five past Arsene Wenger's men, with the visitors reaching an unwanted milestone in the process

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The Brazilian midfielder scored once and provided plenty of grit in midfield, as Zinedine Zidane's men came from a goal behind to win comfortably in the Spanish capital

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The European champions got off to a bad start at the Santiago Bernabeu, but responded well with goals from Karim Benzema, Toni Kroos and Casemiro