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Man United face Barcelona in UCL as Liverpool draw FC Porto

[ad_1] Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will return to the scene of one of his most famous nights after Manchester United were drawn against Barcelona in the quarterfinals of the Champions League.Solskjaer's 93rd-minute goal at Camp Nou in 1999 won the Champions League final for United, securing a 2-1 victory over Bayern Munich.Twenty years on, he will be back in Barcelona for the second leg of the quarterfinal tie as Red Devils
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Champions League still belongs to Ronaldo and Messi despite Premier League’s strong showing

[ad_1] So, English football is back, capped by Liverpool's victory in Munich on Wednesday night, but is the Premier League ready, once again, to dominate the Champions League? With four English clubs reaching the quarterfinals for the first time since the 2008-09 season, we may be on the cusp of a new period of European domination by the richest league in the world. Just don't expect that to begin without
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Van Dijk proving to be the difference maker Liverpool need on quest for the double

[ad_1] MUNICH -- It takes an extra-special player to inspire a team to Champions League glory, and during this decade, it has usually been Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi who have been the difference in terms of elevating their sides above all the rest. Only twice since 2010 has a team won the Champions League without Ronaldo or Messi in their team -- Chelsea in 2012 and Bayern Munich in
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The keys to Champions League progress for Bayern, Liverpool, Barcelona, Lyon

[ad_1] Wednesday night's Champions League games are both evenly poised at 0-0 after the first legs, but what will make the difference for the teams that make it into the quarterfinals?BAYERN MUNICH vs. LIVERPOOLIt has become part of Liverpool mythology that the Bayern players were singing in the showers of the Anfield away dressing room following their 0-0 draw in the first leg of the 1981 semifinal. No such boisterous
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Arsenal, Man United battle European hangovers; Liverpool need Shaqiri

[ad_1] W2W4 previews the weekend's Premier League action by highlighting its most compelling storylines ...Man United and Arsenal nursing different hangoversArsenal and Manchester United are both dealing with European hangovers of a different nature. Arsenal will have a day fewer to prepare after a 3-1 loss to Rennes in the Europa League, but it's the Manchester United players who will probably be more exhausted ahead of their game on Sunday.
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Aguero, Van Dijk headline Premier League Player of the Year candidates

[ad_1] We are approaching the business end of the season, when titles are won or lost and the Champions League reaches its decisive stage.It is also the point of the campaign when the top individual performers can elevate themselves above the rest to become the front-runners for the top individual awards.So as the 2018-19 season enters the final straight, who are the leading candidates to be named Premier League Player
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Real Madrid’s issues resurface in back-to-back Clasico defeats. PLUS: Are Liverpool in trouble?

[ad_1] Lose two Clasicos at home in the space of four days and yeah, the sky will be falling at Real Madrid. Especially when the defeats come against a Barcelona side that, despite being on course for a Treble, simply don't look on a par with those of yesteryear. They're on pace to win La Liga with 87 points, which would be the lowest total in 11 seasons and no,
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Firmino, Fernandinho injuries force Liverpool, Man City to make tweaks in midst of title race

[ad_1] During Manchester United and Liverpool's dull goalless draw on Sunday afternoon, it was unquestionably Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side who were affected more damagingly by injuries, with three players limping off before half-time. In comparison, Liverpool lost only Roberto Firmino, who was seen departing Old Trafford on crutches.In a wider context, though, it's the Firmino injury that carries more weight. The 0-0 draw might have been a disappointing result for

British Open returns to Royal Liverpool in 2022

[ad_1] ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) — The British Open will be staged at Royal Liverpool in 2022. The Royal & Ancient, which organizes the world’s oldest major, made the announcement on Tuesday. The course in northwest England will be hosting the British Open for the 13th time, and for the first time since 2014 when Rory McIlroy lifted the claret jug. [ad_2] Source link