• Premier League could lose fourth automatic Champions League place

    • Proposal would see fourth club to go through qualifying
    • La Liga, Serie A and the Bundesliga would also be affectedThe Premier League faces losing one of its automatic Champions League spots under proposals being floated by the European Leagues.Clubs in La Liga, Serie A and the Bundesliga would also be affected by plans to revert to three guaranteed places, with a fourth club having to go through qualifying, which will be discussed at a European Leagues meeting in London next week.
  • Tottenham's tonking and the future of the game – Football Weekly Extra

    Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Philippe Auclair and John Nicholson on Bayern’s rout of Spurs, Liverpool’s complacency, Phil Foden’s badge-pointing and the existential battle for the future of the people’s gameJoin the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and email.We discuss the latest round of Champions League football, starting with Tottenham’s 7-2 home defeat to Bayern Munich. Liverpool also conceded more than they thought they might with half an hour on the clock,
  • Liverpool got complacent but will learn lesson, says Trent Alexander-Arnold

    • Liverpool threw away three-goal lead before beating Salzburg
    • ‘We know we have to improve and we will,’ says Van DijkTrent Alexander-Arnold has said Liverpool were guilty of complacency against Red Bull Salzburg but their Anfield scare will be a valuable lesson for the rest of the Champions League campaign.Liverpool secured their first win in the group on Wednesday despite squandering a three-goal lead over the Austrian champions, who struck three times in 21 minutes eit
  • Liverpool got a helpful wake-up call against Salzburg, says Virgil van Dijk

    • Liverpool threw away three-goal lead before winning
    • ‘We know we have to improve and we will,’ says Van DijkVirgil van Dijk has described Liverpool’s 4-3 victory over Red Bull Salzburg as a wake-up call and said the European champions were too exposed against a side that deserve immense credit for their Anfield recovery.Liverpool secured their first win in their Champions League group on Wednesday despite squandering a three-goal lead over the Austrian team, who st
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  • Luis Suaréz double pushes Barcelona past Internazionale after early scare

    The roar rocked this place and spoke of relief as well as joy. With six minutes remaining on a difficult night, Luis Suárez took advantage of a brilliant Lionel Messi run to score his second and take a Barcelona team that had been outplayed at times from a goal down to defeat Internazionale 2-1.Antonio Conte’s side had seemed set to defeat Barcelona at the Camp Nou for the first time in six years of European football, stretching back 39 games, but a superb first half was not enough.
  • Luis Suaréz double ensures Barcelona beat Internazionale after early scare

    The roar rocked this place and spoke of relief as well as joy. With six minutes remaining on what had been a difficult night, Luis Suárez scored his second goal to take a Barcelona team that had been overrun at times from a goal down to beat Internazionale 2-1.Antonio Conte’s side knocked Juventus off the top of the table in Italy after 552 days and looked set to defeat Barcelona at the Camp Nou for the first time in six years of European football, stretching back 39 games, but in t
  • Lille 1-2 Chelsea: Champions League – as it happened

    Willian volleyed home the winning goal on his 300th appearance in a Chelsea shirt as Frank Lampard’s side edged out Lille 2-1• Willian takes Chelsea past Lille after Abraham’s birthday goal
    • Abraham set to be included in England squad for qualifiers 10.07pm BST Feast your eyes on Jacob Steinberg’s match report: Related: Willian’s bouncer takes Chelsea past Lille after Abraham’s birthday goal10.06pm BST The Chelsea goalscorers talk. “We deserved to w
  • Liverpool 4-3 Red Bull Salzburg: Champions League – as it happened

    Mo Salah’s second goal settled a pulsating game in which Salzburg’s intrepid young side came from 3-0 down to stun AnfieldReport: Salah settles seven-goal thriller 10.00pm BST That’s it for tonight’s blog. I’ll leave you with Andy Hunter’s match report from Anfield. Night! Related: Mo Salah earns jittery Liverpool 4-3 victory after RB Salzburg comeback9.59pm BST “Please don’t compare this team to the 87-88 side again,” says Niall Mullen. &ldq
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  • Willian’s bouncer vaults Chelsea past Lille after Abraham’s birthday goal

    For long spells it seemed that this was going to be another tale of frustration for Chelsea, another night when Frank Lampard’s young players would be undermined by their habit of following every step in the right direction with a costly stumble. They had thrown away another lead, fashioned by Tammy Abraham’s eighth goal of the season, and were being pushed to the limit by Lille.Yet the mood changed entirely when Willian’s deflected effort fizzed into the net with 13 minutes le
  • Mo Salah earns jittery Liverpool 4-3 win after RB Salzburg storm back

    The wild night Jürgen Klopp had predicted appeared the product of an over-active imagination when Mohamed Salah put Liverpool into a three-goal lead. By the hour, with the newcomers on level terms at the home of the European champions, he found no pleasure in being proved right. Only in the final outcome.Salah’s second goal of the game shattered Salzburg’s comeback and sealed Liverpool’s first win of the Champions League campaign after they had conspired to blow their earl
  • Lille v Chelsea: Champions League – live!

    Updates from the 8pm BST kick-off in Group HLive scoreboard: the latest from Wednesday’s matchesAnd you can email Ben here or tweet him here 7.52pm BST Eight minutes until kick-off. Any predictions? 7.44pm BST Frank Lampard talks. Of Reece James, who spent last season ripping it up at Wigan Athletic, he says: “I’ve known him since his academy days and saw him be fantastic in the Championship last season. He had a good game against Grimsby and I think he has quality, which he ca
  • Liverpool v Red Bull Salzburg: Champions League – live!

    Minute-by-minute updates from the 8pm BST kick-off at AnfieldLive scores: all the goals from the matches around EuropeSend your thoughts to Rob by email here 7.49pm BST Chelsea are also in action tonight, with a tricky trip to Lille. Ben Fisher is watching that one. Related: Lille v Chelsea: Champions League – live!7.48pm BST Another email! “Back in the day when eggs were eggs Liverpool used to sign players on the basis of who they hated playing against,” says Ian Copestake. &l
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  • Bayern debacle leaves Tottenham running down alley of self-doubt | David Hytner

    Mauricio Pochettino now needs a response from the players he has been criticising. Can he turn things around?It felt like a corner had been turned and the sense of relief in the Tottenham dressing room was palpable. Down to 10 men at home to Southampton on Saturday and with the score at 1-1, they dug deep, found a lovely goal from Harry Kane and closed out a 2-1 win. What was glossed over in the post-match analysis was that Southampton have not exactly been prolific scorers under Ralph Hasenh&uu
  • Real Madrid and evasive Zidane fail to convince after Bernabéu horror show | Sid Lowe

    Recovering to draw 2-2 with Club Brugge keeps them alive but the 13-time European champions have problems stacking up, with Thibaut Courtois the latest player under the microscopeZinedine Zidane said the two goals that Real Madrid conceded against Club Brugge were “a bit of a joke”, but nobody was laughing. What they thought would be a routine victory became a rescue mission. They had, as one headline had it on Wednesday morning, “stared into the abyss”: trailing after ni
  • Ashamed, embarrassed, hurt: Tottenham reaction to 7-2 defeat by Bayern Munich – video

    Tottenham Hotspur suffered their heaviest home defeat in Europe as Serge Gnabry struck four goals for Bayern Munich in a 7-2 romp to seize control of Champions League Group B on Tuesday. ’I feel extremely hurt. Ashamed’, said a crestfallen Jan Vertonghen after Tottenham’s huge loss. ‘I feel very, very, very disappointed’, manager Mauricio Pochettino lamented, echoing Lucas Moura’s sentiment: ‘The feeling was really, really bad’. It was quite t
  • Salzburg arrive at Anfield as supreme finders and polishers of diamonds

    Liverpool’s Mané and Keïta came via the Austrian club whose scouting system is virtually peerless in Africa and beyondWhen Lee Kawanu knew Red Bull Salzburg were keen to sign two of his best young players, he was happy to wait. Plenty of established European giants had made big offers for Patson Daka and Enock Mwepu but the owner of Kafue Celtics, in Zambia’s second tier, knew there was something more suitable in the pipeline. The Austrian champions had been trailing the
  • Mauricio Pochettino admits Tottenham ‘gave up’ in dismal 7-2 defeat to Bayern

    • Spurs manager responds to heavy Champions League loss
    • ‘We had to take risks and that gave them space to run’Mauricio Pochettino admitted that his Tottenham players gave up towards the end of the humiliating 7-2 Champions League defeat at home to Bayern Munich, which represented a new low in a difficult season. Related: Serge Gnabry scores four in brutal Bayern’s 7-2 humiliation of TottenhamRelated: Irresistible Gnabry shreds Spurs after Lewandowski’s decisiv
  • Irresistible Gnabry shreds Spurs after Lewandowski’s decisive incision | Barney Ronay

    Former Arsenal winger stole the headlines in 7-2 rout but it was Bayern Munich’s ghostly poacher who hastened Spurs’ collapseThings fall apart. The centre cannot hold. Neither can the left flank. Or the right. Or the heart of midfield come to think of it. On a rain-sodden night in north London Bayern Munich simply ran away with this game, scoring five times in 34 second-half minutes as the Tottenham defence collapsed like an overly dunked digestive. Related: Serge Gnabry scores four
  • Champions League roundup: Icardi wins it for PSG while Juventus impress

    • PSG win at Galatasaray, Higuaín leaves Leverkusen reeling
    • João Félix scores first goal in Europe for Atlético MadridMauro Icardi scored his first goal for Paris Saint-Germain as they beat Galatasaray 1-0 away to take control of Champions League Group A on Tuesday. Icardi touched the ball home from close range in the 52nd minute after being teed up Pablo Sarabia, whose superb pass took out the Galatasaray keeper Fernando Muslera. Related: Serge Gnabry sco
  • Jürgen Klopp puts his faith in Anfield roar to silence Salzburg’s attack

    Austrian champions arrive in dazzling scoring form but German is confident a ‘European reunion’ will buoy his Liverpool sideAnfield hosts its 100th game at the elite level of European competition on Wednesday and Jürgen Klopp envisages a wild one. He also expects RB Salzburg to discover why, as Barcelona and many others can testify, Liverpool represent “the most uncomfortable opponent you can face”.Klopp mentioned Barcelona without prompting as he savoured the prospe
  • Manchester City 2-0 Dinamo Zagreb: Champions League – live!

    Substitutes Raheem Sterling and Phil Foden scored the goals on a night when Manchester City were uncharacteristically profligate in front of goalRead Jamie Jackson’s match report from the Etihad Stadium Tottenham 2-7 Bayern: read David Hytner’s reportChampions League round-up: Icardi wins it for PSG10.58pm BSTRelated: Serge Gnabry scores four in brutal Bayern’s 7-2 humiliation of TottenhamRelated: Champions League roundup: Icardi wins it for PSG, Higuaín on target for Ju
  • Manchester City 2-0 Dinamo Zagreb: Champions League – as it happened

    Substitutes Raheem Sterling and Phil Foden scored the goals on a night when Manchester City were uncharacteristically profligate in front of goalRead Jamie Jackson’s match report from the Etihad Stadium Tottenham 2-7 Bayern: read David Hytner’s reportChampions League round-up: Icardi wins it for PSG10.58pm BSTRelated: Serge Gnabry scores four in brutal Bayern’s 7-2 humiliation of TottenhamRelated: Champions League roundup: Icardi wins it for PSG, Higuaín on target for Ju
  • Tottenham Hotspur 2-7 Bayern Munich: Champions League – as it happened

    Spurs are stunned 7-2 at home by Bayern Munich after a second-half capitulation in which the German side scored five timesRead David Hytner’s match reportMatch report: Manchester City 2-0 Dinamo ZagrebChampions League round-up: Icardi wins it for PSG 10.56pm BST Read Jamie Jackson on Manchester City’s win over Dinamo Zagreb Related: Raheem Sterling springs from bench as Manchester City down Dinamo ZagrebRelated: Champions League roundup: Icardi wins it for PSG, Higuaín on targ
  • Serge Gnabry scores four in brutal Bayern’s 7-2 humiliation of Tottenham

    There were 55 minutes on the stadium clock and a look of pure bewilderment on the faces of Tottenham’s defenders. They had just been shredded for the second time in three minutes by Serge Gnabry, Bayern Munich’s former Arsenal winger and, despite having carried the fight to the Bundesliga champions, they could stare at an irretrievable 4-1 deficit. Related: Tottenham Hotspur v Bayern Munich: Champions League – live! North London is RED!!! pic.twitter.com/1Te5YjqpWo Related
  • Raheem Sterling springs from bench as Manchester City down Dinamo Zagreb

    Pep Guardiola’s clever introduction of Raheem Sterling after the break transformed this second group-stage match for Manchester City. Until then Dinamo Zagreb had stymied England’s champions, yet 10 minutes after entering Sterling had a 10th goal in 12 appearances and City were cruising to a second victory and had Group C in their control. Related: Serge Gnabry grabs four in Tottenham’s 7-2 home humbling against BayernRelated: Champions League roundup: Icardi wins it for PSG, H
  • Ross Barkley ‘naive’ to be out before European game, says Frank Lampard

    • Chelsea manager says Barkley has admitted his mistake
    • Club face Lille in Champions League after Valencia defeatFrank Lampard has said that Ross Barkley was naive to go on a night out in the buildup to a Champions League game after the Chelsea midfielder was involved in an argument with a taxi driver in Liverpool on Sunday. Related: N’Golo Kanté is Chelsea’s dynamic all-rounder in a team lacking structure | Jonathan WilsonRelated: Lampard urges Hudson-Odoi to lear
  • Real Madrid’s Champions League fate in balance after draw with Club Brugge

    Long after the final whistle had gone here, Club Brugge’s fans were still singing high in the north stand, their players back out on the pitch celebrating with them. This was a big occasion and a big result for the Belgians and yet, while there were no signs of regret, they knew it could have been even bigger. For most of a night their coach, Philippe Clement, described as “historic” they had led with two goals from Emmanuel Bonaventure, but headers from Sergio Ramos and Casemi
  • Manchester City v Dinamo Zagreb: Champions League – live!

    Champions League pdates from the 8pm BST kick-off Live scoreboard: the latest from Tuesday’s matchesAnd you can email Barry here or tweet him here 8.11pm BST 10 min: Manchester City build slowly from the back, before David Silva plays the ball wide to Cancelo on the right touchline. His cross his cleared.8.09pm BST 9 min: Dinamo Zagreb midfielder Nikolo Moro goes down holding his shin after being caught by a late challenge from Benjamin Mendy. He’ll live.8.08pm BST 7 min: Manchester
  • Tottenham Hotspur v Bayern Munich: Champions League – live!

    Champions League updates from the 8pm BST kick-offLive scoreboard: the latest from Tuesday’s games
    And you can get in touch with Nick by email or Twitter 8.09pm BST 8 min: Maybe that’s settled Spurs down a touch. They’re now spraying the ball about the giving each other a few touches. 8.07pm BST 6 min: Bayern are keeping the ball quite well and looking to beat Spurs’ press when possible. But now Neuer is called into action! Ndombele slides Son through beautifully in the l
  • Why Dinamo Zagreb’s Dani Olmo took a risk and left Barcelona

    Dani Olmo was in Barcelona’s youth team but left at 16 and has matured into one of the most coveted young playmakers in Europe“They told me I was crazy,” admitted Miquel Olmo, who played for and later managed various clubs in Spain. “I was a coach in the Spanish second division and they massacred me for it, saying I was ruining my son’s career. Leaving Barcelona was not easy, especially if you were the captain, and he was also playing for the national team. It was t
  • ‘Ambitious’ Jan Vertonghen wants to extend his time at Tottenham

    • Belgian is in contract talks with Spurs
    • Defender admits his season has been mixed so farWhen Jan Vertonghen casts his mind back to his first European campaign as a Tottenham player, he remembers the opposition was Lazio, Panathinaikos and Maribor in a Europa League group. It was the 2012-13 season – his first after joining from Ajax – and it is fair to say that glamour Champions League ties against Bayern Munich, for which the club are now preparing at their new stadium
  • Eden Hazard can shine at Real Madrid without being the new Cristiano Ronaldo | Barney Ronay

    The former Chelsea player has the skill and the attitude to succeed at the Bernabéu even if the club is still a little infatuated with the former owner of the No 7 shirtEden Hazard’s first start for Real Madrid on Wednesday night was always likely to be a fascinating subplot for anyone who followed his progress in England.Predictably Hazard was miles off the pace in Paris. This was his first start in a proper football match since June, and his first outing in the full white-noise gl
  • Sports quiz of the week: Rugby World Cup, cars, cuts and players going nuts

    Who has clean hands? Who needed stitches? Who can’t help?Erling Braut Haaland, the 19-year-old RB Salzburg striker, scored a hat-trick on his first match in the Champions League this week. Who was even younger when he scored a hat-trick on his Champions League debut?Faustino Asprilla NeymarMike Newell Wayne RooneyTyson Fury won his heavyweight boxing contest against Otto Wallin on Saturday night, but how many stitches did he need after the fight?12284764Which of these statements about the
  • The return of the Champions League – Football Weekly Extra

    Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Faye Carruthers and Philippe Auclair discuss action in the Champions League group stage as three of the four English teams stumbled, plus a rugby XV of current and former playersWe discuss the return of the Champions League group stages, as Liverpool, Tottenham and Chelsea all failed to make winning starts. The exception amongst the English sides was Manchester City, who cruised against Shakhtar Donetsk in the Ukraine.We also look at Paris Saint-Germain’s do
  • Kieran Trippier delivering for Atlético Madrid and relishing new 100mph life | Sid Lowe

    The right-back set up the equaliser against Juventus and says the atmosphere was unlike anything he had experiencedKieran Trippier took a step back, avoiding the red and white flowers at the south-east corner of the ground, laid there by Margarita Luengo as they have been before every home game since 1996, and then delivered another invitation. Atlético Madrid were into the 90th minute and losing 2-1. As the ball arrived, curling into the area, Héctor Herrera jumped to head it in a
  • ‘We’re not young any more’: Harry Kane angry Spurs are making same mistakes

    • Striker says Tottenham must improve after Olympiakos draw
    • Errors from Pochettino’s first season still there, Kane admitsHarry Kane could not conceal the frustration, the overwhelming sense of exasperation and, like Mauricio Pochettino moments earlier in a different part of Olympiakos’s Karaiskakis Stadium, the Tottenham striker poured it all out.On the face of it, the 2-2 draw in the Group B opener was not a bad result but Kane knew the real story and what made it so di
  • For decadent, deficient Real Madrid the problems start in midfield | Jonathan Wilson

    The team were incapable even of the basics in Paris and it is a wonder Spanish clubs have not exploited the weaknesses moreAs Thomas Meunier and Juan Bernat capered through the open savannah that archaeologists believe was once populated by the Real Madrid midfield, the mind was drawn to another Parisian night two and a half years ago, when Ángel di María orchestrated an even more emphatic victory for PSG over a Spanish side. As it turned out, that 4-0 win over Barcelona didn&rsquo
  • Tottenham's Pochettino: we didn’t respect the plan in draw with Olympiakos – video

    It was a poor start from Mauricio Pochettino's side in the Champions League; despite his side having a 2-0 lead against the run of play, they drew away at Olympiakos. A penalty from Harry Kane and a wonderful strike from Lucas Moura put the Champions League runners-up ahead before the Greek league leaders levelled the scores in the second half. Speaking after the match, the Tottenham manager said: 'In the first half, I wasn’t happy with the performance. From the beginning we had a plan, an
  • ‘We didn’t respect the plan’: Pochettino disappointed with Tottenham draw

    • Spurs threw away 2-0 lead against Olympiakos
    • ‘The way we conceded the first goal was so painful’Mauricio Pochettino accused his Tottenham players of lacking fight in the 2-2 Champions League draw at Olympiakos and suggested that they needed to work harder on the psychological side of their game.Spurs started badly at the raucous Karaiskakis Stadium only to fashion a 2-0 lead against the run of play – courtesy of Harry Kane’s penalty and a rasping drive from
  • Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk tells team not to panic after Napoli defeat

    • Loss in Italy ‘shouldn’t be a wake-up call’
    • Defender turns his focus to Chelsea gameVirgil van Dijk has said a Champions League defeat at Napoli is no reason for Liverpool to panic given the outstanding form they have shown before Sunday’s trip to Chelsea.On Tuesday Liverpool suffered their first defeat since last season’s Champions League semi-final first leg at Barcelona, when two late goals, the first from a controversial penalty, brought a second r
  • Ángel Di María double helps PSG ease to win against Real Madrid

    This was not a night for galácticos, old or new. At a balmy Parc Des Princes Paris Saint-Germain simply overran Real Madrid, pulling apart the hastily-stitched seams of Zinedine Zidane’s team and producing surely the most coherent and powerful performance of Thomas Tuchel’s time in charge.It felt like a humiliation at times – and by the end perhaps something more, a Viking funeral for a team, an era, a way of trying to win. As the seconds ran out there was even the unexp
  • Héctor Herrera completes Atlético Madrid comeback against Juventus

    The clock showed 89.30 when Kieran Trippier’s corner bent into the penalty area and Héctor Herrera, a second-half substitute, leapt into the air to head the ball into the net. It was loud enough already, but somehow the sound reached another level. From 2-0 down, Atlético Madrid had come back to draw 2-2 with Juventus, Diego Simeone screaming down on the touchline, supporters shouting all around him. It had been quite a way to start the European season – and it was almo
  • Ilkay Gündogan lights up Manchester City’s easy win over Shakhtar Donetsk

    In the context of a defensive crisis caused by injuries to centre-backs Aymeric Laporte and John Stones, this was a particularly fine display from Manchester City.Pep Guardiola’s team could have claimed victory in this opening Group C game by double the scoreline and there was little beyond the usual alarms expected at this level to concern a patched-up rearguard. Related: Héctor Herrera completes Atlético Madrid comeback against JuventusContinue reading...
  • Paris Saint-Germain 3-0 Real Madrid: Champions League – as it happened

    Angel Di Maria scored twice against his former team as PSG outplayed Real at the Parc des Princes. 10.43pm BSTRelated: Ángel Di María double helps PSG ease to win against Real Madrid And the others in tonight’s Champions League … Related: Héctor Herrera completes Atlético Madrid comeback against JuventusRelated: Ilkay Gündogan lights up Manchester City’s easy win over Shakhtar DonetskRelated: Mathieu Valbuena penalty crowns Olympiakos recovery
  • Olympiakos 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur: Champions League – as it happened

    Spurs threw away a two-goal lead they never really deserved in the first place to start their Champions League campaign with a drawShakhtar v Man City: Champions League – follow it live!PSG v Real Madrid: Champions League – follow it live! 8.28pm BSTRelated: Mathieu Valbuena penalty crowns Olympiakos recovery to deny Spurs Thanks for joining me, and you can follow PSG v Real Madrid here … Related: Paris Saint-Germain v Real Madrid: Champions League – live!Related: Shakht
  • Mathieu Valbuena penalty crowns Olympiakos recovery to deny Spurs

    Tottenham have picked up where they left off last season, where high Champions League drama came as standard and they appeared to have an addiction to doing things the hard way.After half an hour in the Athenian port of Piraeus, they had twice enjoyed what visiting teams here crave – the brief sound of silence. First Harry Kane, from the penalty spot, and then Lucas Moura with a firecracker from distance cut through the bedlam whipped up by the Olympiakos die-hards to put Spurs in charge.
  • Olympiakos v Tottenham Hotspur: Champions League – live!

    Champions League updates from the 5.55pm BST kick-offPochettino preaches positivity as Spurs start healing
    Any thoughts? You can email Paul or tweet @paul_doyle 6.43pm BST Spurs have the lead but Pochettino has plenty to be displeased about: his team started sluggishly before being gifted a precious goal. When Lucas Moura netted a beauty four minutes after Kane’s penalty, Spurs suddenly had the game almost in the bag. But Podence’s goal just before the break means things could get ve
  • Diego Simeone: 'If I want something I go after it ad nauseam'

    Simeone reflects on his life as a manager: from working in Argentina to winning trophies with Atlético MadridBy The Coaches’ Voice for the Guardian Sport NetworkMy youngest son, Giuliano, dipped his croissant in his milk, took a bite and looked up at me. “But Dad, if you do well, you won’t come back.” I remember that day so well. It was the one that brought the phone call that changed everything. The call from Atlético Madrid, saying they wanted to speak to
  • Shakhtar have 12 Brazilian imports but which should City fear most?

    The Ukrainian club has long been a haven for Brazilians and three stand out as they start their Champions League campaignThe landscape in which Shakhtar Donetsk, displaced from their home city since 2014, operate has quite literally changed but one symbol of their power in the early years of this century remains. The club is still a haven for talented Brazilian players and Luis Castro, their Portuguese coach, will have 10 to select from when they face Manchester City — as well as as the Sa
  • PSG look to fix failings in Europe starting with Real Madrid showdown | Ed Aarons

    Pressure is on Thomas Tuchel to win Champions League or risk losing his job while Zidane knows what his club expectsLast week was a busy one for Florentino Pérez. As well as apparently anointing Rafael Nadal as his successor as Real Madrid president when he finally calls it a day and attempting to arrange a historic showdown at the Bernabéu between the 19-times grand slam champion and his great rival Roger Federer, the 72-year-old revealed his dream of seeing the club’s baske
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