Thursday, April 17, 2014

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The Americans have drawn Germany, Portugal and Ghana in Brazil, but the LA Galaxy man says that Jurgen Klinsmann's men have the ability to progress to the knockout stages

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The Portugal international is happy with his recovery from injury and aims to return to the pitch against the Bundesliga champions in the Champions League semi-final

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Both sides had a player and their coach sent off as the Primeira Liga leaders set up a Portuguese cup final against Rio Ave thanks to a stunning strike from Andre Gomes

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The Scot was at the Estadio da Luz on Wednesday evening to cast his eye over Eliaquim Mangala, Jackson Martinez and Ezequiel Garay ahead of the summer shake-up at Old Trafford

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The Italian was delighted with the way in which his troops responded to the unavailability of their star forward, praising Gareth Bale for the "most important goal" of his career

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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The Portuguese has said that his team-mates must enjoy their Mestalla triumph but has pointed out that there are still two titles to play for - La Liga and the Champions League

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The former Spain international is optimistic about the Santiago Bernabeu side's chances of lifting the Copa del Rey, especially given Barcelona's defensive injuries

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

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Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed that the 29-year-old will not be risked and has called on his players to produce a big performance to beat Barcelona

Monday, April 14, 2014

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With the Portuguese set to skip Wednesday's Copa del Rey final, we ask if the Ballon d'Or holder is more important to Los Blancos than his Argentine rival is to Barcelona

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Friday, April 11, 2014

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The former Czech international admits Benfica are a tough side and feels hosting the second-leg of the semi-final clash gives the Bianconeri a slight advantage

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The Portuguese has conceded that both Sevilla and Valencia have proven themselves strong at home but the former forward feels the Bianconeri are the best side left in the cup

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The semi-final draw pitted Juventus against Benfica while Sevilla will take on Valencia in an all-Spanish affair, so here we rank the sides from favourites to underdogs

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The Italian champions are rightly regarded as favourites to win the trophy in front of their own fans, but Benfica are the toughest opposition they could have met at this stage

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The dazzling displays of Toto Salvio and impressive leadership qualities of Leonardo Bonucci are also recognised in our select XI of the tournament's last-eight ties

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Rodrigo struck twice as the Eagles eased past their Dutch opponents at the Estadio da Luz but the win was marred by a terrible injury for the defender

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A first-half surge shocked the Portuguese into submission at the Sanchez Pizjuan, thus earning the Liga outfit a last-four spot alongside Benfica, Juventus and Valencia