Champions League

  1. Champions League: Messi sparks Barcelona rout

    Lionel Messi became the first player to score in 16 consecutive Champions League seasons as he guided 10-man Barcelona to a 5-1 victory over Ferencvaros in their Group G opener at the Camp Nou.

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    Champions League: Messi sparks Barcelona rout
  2. 8-2, Bayern Munich deliver Champions League demolition of dismal Barcelona

    While the opportunities are slipping away for Lionel Messi, the possibilities feel endless for Bayern Munich. The only surprise was that Robert Lewandowski took until the 82nd minute for his customary goal. Otherwise the game played out as expected: Bayern Munich were far too cohesive to be denied a place in the Champions League semi-finals by Barcelona, who look a team in dire need of renovation.

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    Bayern Munich deliver Champions League demolition of dismal Barcelona
  3. José Mourinho named new Tottenham Hotspur manager

    Mauricio Pochettino sacked by Spurs on Tuesday night. Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham Hotspur five-year reign is no more after he was sacked by Spurs. Just over five months ago, Pochettino was on the brink of Champions League glory following Spurs' remarkable run to the final, the culmination of a season in which he was also heavily linked with the jobs at Manchester United and Real Madrid.

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    José Mourinho named new Tottenham Hotspur manager
  4. Liverpool beat Barca 4-0 in historic comeback to reach final

    Liverpool produced one of the most stunning comebacks in Champions League history as Divock Origi and Georginio Wijnaldum scored twice to beat Barcelona 4-0 and progress to the final for the second consecutive year 4-3 on aggregate on Tuesday.

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    Liverpool beat Barca 4-0 in historic comeback to reach final