Tuesday, December 11, 2018
A place in the Europa League was on offer for Lokomotiv Moscow but they fell to a 1-0 Champions League defeat at Schalke.
The Portuguese claimed Juventus feels like "more of a family" than life in Madrid, but the Blancos boss has defended the humility of his squad
Sofiane Feghouli scored one penalty and missed another but Galatasaray go into the Europa League despite losing 3-2 at home to Porto.
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Massimiliano Allegri is desperate for the Bianconeri to win their group, meaning he will field a star-studded side against Young Boys on Wednesday
The greatest Premier League team ever? The north Londoners may be currently experiencing a title drought but their crowning achievement is unmatched
The Portuguese wants a good showing from the Frenchman against Valencia, but would not answer a question about getting the best from the player
The Portuguese has seen his agent play down any talk of an imminent move away from Old Trafford, but claims to have had no input in those actions
Spurs have their Champions League destiny in hand as they travel to Camp Nou seeking a third successive win in Group B
Both sides have much to play for as a devilishly exciting Group C reaches its climax
The France international is backed by Real Madrid team-mate Alvaro Odriozola after years of criticism
The Valencia manager enjoyed working with the Ivorian during his time in Spain and is disappointed to see him endure such struggles in England
Manchester United's Champions League progress still grates with the Los Che boss as the Spaniard's crashed out
The Uruguay international midfielder admits he was expecting to remain in Italy when talk of a summer transfer away from Sampdoria first surfaced
The Serie A side only need a draw to progress in the Champions League but the manager's job is not on the line
Jurgen Klopp's side must beat the Serie A outfit if they are to stand any chance of reaching the last 16 and maintaining their European dream
The former Reds striker considers the Dutch defender to be a fine player, but feels he remains some way behind "unbelievable" Alan Hansen
The Watford man thinks "it is not right" for players to have to face racial abuse at Premier League matches
A former team-mate of the mercurial Argentine believes his qualities remain without question, regardless of what a Brazilian legend might think
The youngster is keen to follow in the footsteps of his illustrious relative, who ranks among world football's top superstars