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El Clásico

Real Madrid will be bidding to move 11 points clear of second-placed Barcelona at the top of the La Liga table when they welcome their bitter rivals to Bernabeu for the latest instalment of El Clásico.

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El Clásico | Real Madrid vs. Barcelona: Preview

Spain's supreme rivalry reignites yet again on Sunday as Real Madrid play host to Barcelona in El Clasico

A big Clasico awaits this weekend with Barcelona needing all three points to preserve their La Liga title hopes. Barca have recovered impressively since Xavi's announcement regarding his future, but their deficit to league leaders Madrid is still eight points.

Source: 90min.com
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Emirates FA Cup: United travel to Coventry eyeing cup final

Beneath Wembley Stadium’s iconic arch on Sunday, boss Mark Robins will attempt to mastermind another upset against his former club Manchester United, who may need to win the trophy to salvage any pride from a miserable season. (Source: The Analyst)

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Emirates FA Cup: Coventry City vs. Man United

Man Utd have progressed from 50 of their last 52 FA Cup ties against teams from a lower division

Coventry City have surely been the story of the FA Cup this season. The Sky Blues have reached the semi-finals for just the second time in their history, doing so with a remarkable triumph over Wolves in the last eight.

Source: theanalyst.com
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Liverpool travel to Fulham after Europa heartbreak

Jurgen Klopp's side are more than familiar with Marco Silva's Fulham, having faced them in the Carabao Cup semi-finals. The Cottagers have played Liverpool close this season, barely losing at Anfield, and they've impressed on home soil, toppling both Tottenham and Arsenal in west London. (Source: 90min.com)

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Fulham vs. Liverpool: Preview

The Reds' Europa League journey ended at the hands of Atalanta BC in midweek

Having competed in Europe for the final time under Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool resume their quest for Premier League supremacy on Sunday, travelling to mid-table Fulham.

Source: sportsmole.co.uk
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UWCL: Blues earn first-leg win

Chelsea became the first team in more than eight years to stop Barcelona from scoring at home in the UEFA Women's Champions League

Erin Cuthbert's sensational first-half strike gave Chelsea a first-leg win at Barcelona in the UEFA Women's Champions League semi-finals.

Source: uefa.com
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UWCL: 'We can turn it around' - Paredes

Irene Paredes says Barca can 'turn it around' in Champions League semi-final second leg

Barcelona are confident they can "turn it around" in the second leg of their Women's Champions League semi-final against Chelsea, says defender Irene Paredes.

Source: bbc.com
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UWCL: 'Chelsea may have produced greatest performance of Hayes' tenure'

They inflicted Barcelona's first defeat at home since February 2019

It is only "half-time" of Chelsea's Women's Champions League semi-final tie with Barcelona but they may have just produced the greatest performance of manager Emma Hayes' tenure.

Source: bbc.com
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Emirates FA Cup: Late Silva goal sends Man City into final

It was redemption for Silva after his poor spot-kick played a key role in City's loss on penalties to Real

Manchester City bounced back from the disappointment of the Champions League quarter-final exit to Real Madrid as Bernardo Silva's late goal sunk Chelsea at Wembley to seal a place in the FA Cup final.

Source: bbc.com
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UWCL: Majri seals late Lyon comeback

Amel Majri's late winner ensured Lyon overturned a two-goal deficit to record victory

Eight-time winners Lyon struck three goals in six minutes late on to secure a memorable first-leg comeback victory in their semi-final first leg against Paris Saint-Germain.

Source: uefa.com
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Arsenal win at Wolves to return to top spot

The result means Arsenal are now a point clear of City, with a better goal difference but having played a game more

Arsenal put their Champions League disappointment firmly in the past to beat Wolves at Molineux and move back to the top of the Premier League.

Source: bbc.com
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Men's Match of The Day

Almost two months on from their EFL Cup final defeat, Chelsea return to Wembley Stadium for an FA Cup semi-final showdown with holders Manchester City on Saturday evening.

The victors of this all-Premier League clash will face the winners of the second semi-final tie between Championship outfit Coventry City and Manchester United.

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Pep Guardiola defends selling Cole Palmer to Chelsea

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says Cole Palmer was asking to leave the club for two years before he eventually joined Chelsea

City sold Palmer, 21, to Chelsea for £42.5m on deadline day in September. Palmer has gone on to score 20 top-flight goals and is level with City's Erling Haaland at the top of the Premier League Golden Boot standings.

Source: bbc.com
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Match of the day | Women

This time Barcelona are at home first, and with Camp Nou being renovated will play their second match at Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, where they beat Real Madrid 5-0 in a November Liga F match. (Source: Uefa.com)

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UWCL | Barcelona vs. Chelsea: Preview

Barcelona and Chelsea meet in the UEFA Women's Champions League semi-final first leg on Saturday

A year on from Barcelona pipping Chelsea in the semi-finals on their way to regaining the title in Eindhoven, the pair are matched again one step from the Bilbao decider.

Source: uefa.com
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UWCL: The most played UEFA women's competition match in history

Lyon and Paris Saint-Germain meet for the fourth time in the Champions League semi-finals, and when they kick off on Saturday it will be the 11th game between the two in Europe, becoming the most played match in UEFA women's competition history. (Source: Uefa.com)

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UWCL | Lyon vs. Paris Saint-Germain: Preview

Lyon and Paris Saint-Germain meet in the UEFA Women's Champions League semi-final first leg on Saturday

The three previous Champions League semi-finals have all gone Lyon's way, in each case followed by them lifting the trophy.

Source: uefa.com
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UWCL: Players to watch in the semi-final first legs

We highlight four players aiming to inspire their teams in Saturday's first legs

The UEFA Women's Champions League semi-finals begin on Saturday. We focus on four players with key roles to play.

Source: uefa.com
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UWCL: Meet the semi-finalists

Barcelona play Chelsea and Lyon face Paris Saint-Germain in the semi-finals

Barcelona play Chelsea and Lyon face Paris Saint-Germain in the UEFA Women's Champions League semi-finals in the last two weekends of April. We introduce the four contenders aiming for the 25 May final in Bilbao.

Source: uefa.com
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Man City's Haaland a doubt for FA Cup semi-final

Manchester City striker Erling Haaland is a doubt for his side's FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea on Saturday

Haaland was substituted late on during Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final defeat on penalties by Real Madrid.

Source: bbc.com
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UWCL: How brilliant is Ada Hegerberg?

Lyon and Norway forward Ada Hegerberg: A salute to the history-maker

Already the all-time top UEFA women's club goalscorer, Ada Hegerberg continues to leave her mark on the game after scoring in the 2022 UEFA Women's Champions League final to help Lyon defeat Barcelona 3-1 and claim their eighth title.

Source: uefa.com
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Bayern Munich could turn to Ralf Rangnick as they wait for Xabi Alonso

According to L’Équipe, Bayern Munich’s managerial search could turn to Ralf Rangnick after they were shocked by Julian Nagelsman’s decision to extend his contract with the German national team until 2026

With Thomas Tuchel set to leave at the end of the season, Bayern have been on a public hunt for their next manager.

Source: getfootballnewsfrance.com
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UWCL: 'That's why it's hard' - PSG star Jackie Groenen explains Lyon dominant head-to-head record

Midfield star Groenen tries to explain Lyon dominance

PSG star Jackie Groenen has tried to explain Lyon's dominant record against her team as the two meet in the UEFA Women's Champions League semi-finals.

Source: goal.com
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Athletic Club miss top four chance in Granada draw

Athletic Club missed a key chance to boost their UEFA Champions League qualification hopes with a 1-1 draw against Granada

The Basque side are aiming to follow up their Copa del Rey title win with a top four finish this season.

Source: football-espana.net
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UWCL: Why Lindsey Horan’s influence is key as Lyon meet rivals PSG

The USA star makes Lyon tick as the French giant look to reclaim their spot as the Queens of Europe after last year’s disappointment

American star Lindsey Horan, the dynamic midfielder and captain of the United States Women’s National Team (USWNT), is setting her sights high as she aims to lead Olympique Lyonnais to a record-extending ninth Women’s Champions League title.

Source: independent.co.uk
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Ranieri sees ‘glass half-full’ after 2-2 against Cagliari

Claudio Ranieri has a mixture of regret and satisfaction after Cagliari held Juventus to a 2-2 draw, but tries to ‘see the glass half-full’ and jokes about the free kick controversy

The Sardinians leave the Unipol Domus this evening with regrets, as they had a 2-0 lead going into the break with penalties converted by Gianluca Gaetano and Yerry Mina.

Source: football-italia.net
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Scotland forward Brown suffers fourth ACL injury

Scotland forward Fiona Brown's fourth ACL injury of career confirmed by Glasgow City

Scotland forward Fiona Brown has picked up an anterior cruciate ligament injury for a fourth time in her career, Glasgow City have confirmed.

Source: bbc.com
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Vitesse docked 18 points, relegated amid probe of Abramovich ties

Dutch club Vitesse were docked 18 points on Friday and will be relegated from the Netherlands' top division while under investigation for ties to sanctioned Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, the former owner of Chelsea

Vitesse said in a statement they will not appeal the punishment imposed by a licensing panel at the Dutch soccer federation. It dropped the team into the second tier for the first time in 35 years.

Source: espn.com
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Friday Night Football from Italy

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Arsenal eye Alexander Isak and Michael Olise in search for striker and winger

Arsenal are targeting a striker and winger in the summer to strengthen Mikel Arteta’s squad after their hopes of reaching a first Champions League semi-final since 2009 were ended by Bayern Munich

Successive defeats against Aston Villa and Bayern have left Arsenal’s chances of silverware this season relying on Manchester City slipping up in the Premier League title race with six games to play after Arteta’s side finished as runners-up last year.

Source: theguardian.com
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Nagelsmann extends Germany contract until 2026

Germany manager Julian Nagelsmann has signed a contract extension running until after the 2026 World Cup

Nagelsmann, 36, was appointed as Hansi Flick's successor in September 2023 and has won three of his six games in charge.

Source: bbc.com
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England's FA defends Cup replay scrapping amid criticism

The Football Association (FA) has defended its decision to scrap replays for the FA Cup from the first round next season, saying they discussed the move with the Premier League and English Football League (EFL)

The FA said the call was made with the intention of strengthening the competition despite having fewer dates available and with player welfare in mind amid an increasingly busy professional football calendar.

Source: espn.com
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Liverpool comeback falls short against Atalanta despite early Salah goal

Jürgen Klopp has taken Liverpool to four European finals, one Champions League trophy and places that players and fans alike may never have imagined possible but a journey that enriched his reign is over

There will be no fairytale ending in Dublin after one more feat of escapology proved beyond Klopp’s team against Atalanta.

Source: theguardian.com
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Klopp: ‘Atalanta deserved’ to eliminate Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp has ‘mixed emotions’ after Liverpool went out of the Europa League quarter-final to Atalanta, 3-1 on aggregate, as he acknowledged ‘they deserve to go through'

The Reds had given themselves a mountain to climb after losing the first leg 3-0 at Anfield to a Gianluca Scamacca brace and Mario Pasalic goal.

Source: football-italia.net
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Marseille beat Benfica in shootout to reach semis

Marseille are through to the Europa League semi-finals after beating Benfica 4-2 on penalties at the Stade Velodrome

Substitute Faris Moumbagna scored the only goal of the second leg after 79 minutes to take the tie to extra time with the aggregate score level at 2-2.

Source: bbc.com
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West Ham exit Europa League with Leverkusen draw

West Ham were knocked out of the Europa League as Jeremie Frimpong's late leveller denied them the consolation of becoming the first team to beat new German champions Bayer Leverkusen this season

Michail Antonio's 13th-minute header at London Stadium gave David Moyes' side the perfect start in their attempts to overturn a two-goal deficit from the first leg.

Source: bbc.com
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De Rossi: ‘Roma intense, intelligent and tactical with Milan’

Daniele De Rossi compared Roma’s defensive performance against Milan in the Europa League to Real Madrid. ‘We had intensity, intelligence and tactical knowledge'

The Giallorossi had already won the first leg 1-0 at San Siro and immediately doubled their advantage on aggregate with another Gianluca Mancini goal, followed soon after by a Paulo Dybala curler.

Source: football-italia.net
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Serie A secures extra place in Champions League

Serie A will have five teams in the Champions League next season after it secured one of the two extra places for performance across the three European competitions this season

Two leagues will be rewarded with an extra place through the European Performance Spots, which comes as part of the revamp to expand the Champions League to a 36-team competition.

Source: espn.com
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Emiliano Martínez haunts France once again

The focus in the buildup to the game was always going to be on Aston Villa’s Emiliano Martínez

The Argentine goalkeeper became public enemy number one during the 2022 World Cup, and his antics were not soon forgotten by the French crowd that gathered to watch.

Source: getfootballnewsfrance.com
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Europa League action

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Europa Conference deciders

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Alonso hopes for no Leverkusen hangover at West Ham in Europa League

Xabi Alonso is confident Bayer Leverkusen will not suffer from a hangover when looking to maintain their treble charge by pressing home their advantage over West Ham in the Europa League

Leverkusen, who are unbeaten in 43 matches in all competitions this season, celebrated wildly after ­winning the first Bundesliga title in the club’s history on Sunday.

Source: theguardian.com
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Six of the best Liverpool comebacks in Europe

The Reds fell to a shock 3-0 loss at Anfield and will now have to pull off an incredible turnaround to reach the semi-finals

Luckily for Jurgen Klopp's side, Liverpool have a sublime catalogue of European comebacks to take inspiration from.

Source: bbc.com
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Klopp sees ‘massive’ difference between Atalanta and Barcelona comeback

Jurgen Klopp sees no similarities between Liverpool’s 3-0 loss against Barcelona in the 2019 Champions League and last week’s defeat to Atalanta: ‘We are here and will try to win the game, that’s all'

The German tactician spoke at a press conference on Wednesday on the eve of the Europa League quarter-final second leg against Atalanta.

Source: football-italia.net
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Juventus must pay Cristiano Ronaldo almost €10m after losing arbitration case

Juventus lost an arbitration case against their ex-star striker Cristiano Ronaldo, so they officially owe the Portuguese forward nearly €10m plus interest

Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo has won an arbitration case against his former club Juventus. As reported by Sport Mediaset, an arbitration tribunal ruled on Wednesday that the Bianconeri now owe their former striker €9.7m plus interest.

Source: football-italia.net
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Haaland & Kevin de Bruyne 'could not continue', says Pep Guardiola

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says top goalscorer Erling Haaland and playmaker Kevin de Bruyne both asked to come off before his side were knocked out in the Champions League quarter-finals by Real Madrid on penalties

Both would probably have taken spot kicks if they had still been on the pitch, with City eventually going down 4-3 in the shootout after the tie finished 4-4 on aggregate.

Source: bbc.com
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“Real Madrid never dies” – Carlo Ancelotti delighted with efforts against Manchester City

Real Madrid progressed to the semi-finals of this season’s Champions League on Wednesday, as they saw off Manchester City on penalties in their own backyard

The tie ended 4-4 on aggregate after 210 minutes, but it was Los Blancos that were victorious in the end, winning 4-3 in the spot-kicks.

Source: football-espana.net
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Real Madrid dethrone Manchester City after Rüdiger holds nerve in shootout

Antonio Rüdiger had been booed throughout because the Manchester City support had not forgotten what he did as a Chelsea player to Kevin De Bruyne in the 2021 Champions League final; the forearm smash that put their midfielder out of the game, which they would lose

Rüdiger was a central figure here and, with his Real Madrid team leading through Rodrygo’s early goal, it was his fluffed clearance that played a part in De Bruyne’s 76th-minute equaliser, the goal that looked set to even the score on more than one level.

Source: theguardian.com
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Tuchel takes shot at critics after Bayern reach UCL semifinals

Departing Bayern Munich coach Thomas Tuchel took a shot at his critics after guiding the Bundesliga side into the Champions League semifinals with a 1-0 win over Arsenal on Wednesday

Bayern will not win any domestic silverware this season after their 11-year-reign as Bundesliga champions was ended by Bayer Leverkusen and their bad run led to club bosses deciding they will part ways with Tuchel at the end of the season.

Source: espn.com
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Harry Kane: "The expectation here is to win the Champions League"

Harry Kane spoke about the high expectations for Bayern Munich after their quarter-final win over Arsenal

Bayern Munich moved a step closer to winning the Champions League with a 1-0 win over Arsenal on Wednesday night to advance to the semifinals on 3-2 aggregate.

Source: bulinews.com
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Arsenal exit Champions League after Bayern Munich defeat

Arsenal made a bitterly disappointing exit from the Champions League as they were beaten by Bayern Munich in a euphoric atmosphere at Allianz Arena

Joshua Kimmich's powerful 63rd-minute header from Raphael Guerreiro's cross was enough to send the Germans through to the semi-finals 3-2 on aggregate after the two teams had drawn 2-2 in London in the first leg.

Source: bbc.com
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Wednesday's UCL action

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Foden v Bellingham - the battle for England's number 10 shirt

Manchester City and Real Madrid are evenly poised as they head into their Champions League quarter-final second leg at Etihad Stadium - and it will be another audition for two of England's greatest talents

Phil Foden has lit up the Premier League this season with his performances for City, while Jude Bellingham's form for Real Madrid has caught the eye across Europe.

Source: bbc.com
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Jude Bellingham says joining Real Madrid was a ‘no-brainer’

Jude Bellingham has said joining Real Madrid was a “no-brainer” despite interest from many other elite clubs including Manchester City, who they face in Wednesday’s Champions League quarter-final second leg

The midfielder signed for Real last summer from Borussia Dortmund in a deal worth up to £115m after discussions with a host of clubs.

Source: theguardian.com
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Bernardo Silva: 'We want two Trebles in a row'

Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva says winning the Treble for a second consecutive year is an "inspiration and motivation"

City won the Premier League, Champions league and FA Cup last season and are on track to repeat the achievement.

Source: bbc.com
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Arteta: 'Beating Bayern would be transformative for Arsenal'

Mikel Arteta believes Arsenal reaching the Champions League semifinals at the expense of Bayern Munich would have a transformative effect on the club

After a 2-2 draw in the first leg last week, the Gunners face Bayern in Allianz Arena on Wednesday evening aiming to reach the last four for the first time since 2009.

Source: espn.com
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Harry Kane calls on Bayern Munich to save their season and knock out Arsenal

Harry Kane admits Bayern Munich’s underperforming stars must “step up and be counted” in their Champions League quarter-final second leg against ­Arsenal, which offers hope of rescuing a potentially trophyless season

A lack of silverware was not part of the plan when Kane joined Bayern last summer but they have drawn a blank domestically, a fact confirmed on Sunday when Bayer Leverkusen sealed the Bundesliga title, taking it outside Bavaria for the first time since 2012.

Source: theguardian.com
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‘I’m proud to be Parisian’: Kylian Mbappé jubilant after PSG turnaround

It certainly took him a while to get into the tie, but Paris Saint Germain’s talisman Kylian Mbappé (25) eventually had his say on the outcome of the clash with Barcelona, scoring twice in the second half to seal a 4-1 win and the club’s passage into the UEFA Champions League semi-finals for the first time since 2021

It is widely reported that this will be the Frenchman’s last campaign for PSG before a protracted move to Spanish giants Real Madrid in the summer, but the player remains fully focused on what is left to play for this season.

Source: getfootballnewsfrance.com
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Hellish three minutes costs Atletico Madrid as Borussia Dortmund progress in Champions League

Atletico Madrid have exited this season’s Champions League after losing out in a classic quarter-final tie against Borussia Dortmund

The match finished 4-2 on the night at Signal Iduma Park, which ensured a 5-4 aggregate victory for the Bundesliga side.

Source: football-espana.net
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Xavi: 'Disaster' of a referee killed Barcelona's UCL hopes

Barcelona coach Xavi Hernández fumed about the decision to send Ronald Araújo off as his side were eliminated from the Champions League after Tuesday's 4-1 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain at the Olympic Stadium

Xavi said Romanian referee Istvan Kovacs was a "disaster" and that showing a red card to Araujo for a last-man challenge on Bradley Barcola with Barça leading 1-0 on the night in the 29th minute, 4-2 on aggregate, killed the quarterfinal.

Source: espn.com
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Mbappe helps PSG to Champions League semi-finals

Kylian Mbappe scored twice as Paris St-Germain thrashed Barcelona to turn around a first-leg deficit and reach the semi-finals of the Champions League

PSG had trailed 3-2 after the first leg in France but reached the last four for the first time since 2021 after a chaotic encounter in Spain.

Source: bbc.com
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Tuesday's UCL action

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‘Ungrateful’ Ousmane Dembélé will return to anger at Barcelona

Ousmane Dembélé (26) will return to FC Barcelona for the first time since signing for Paris Saint-Germain in August of last year

In six seasons and 185 games for the Blaugrana, the Frenchman scored 40 goals and provided 43 assists, but it is fair to say that his tenure in Spain’s second city was marked by one consistent: Inconsistency.

Source: getfootballnewsfrance.com
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Enrique backs PSG to turn around Barca deficit

Paris St-Germain manager Luis Enrique believes his side are in a great position to overcome their first-leg deficit against Barcelona and reach the Champions League semi-finals

PSG, who lost 3-2 to Barcelona in Paris last Wednesday, were last in the semi-finals three years ago.

Source: bbc.com
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‘They’re going to demand a lot’: Barça’s Xavi braced for PSG second leg

Barcelona are ready for a battle against Paris Saint-Germain in the return leg of their Champions League quarter-final, Xavi Hernández said on Monday, adding that his players are willing to suffer in order to advance

Barça beat PSG 3-2 in the first leg in France last week but Xavi said his side would need to be nearly flawless to reach the semi-finals for the first time in five years.

Source: theguardian.com
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Atletico Madrid’s Diego Simeone on defensive return and key to match against Borussia Dortmund

Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone has given little away ahead of his side’s return leg against Borussia Dortmund, as they take a 2-1 lead into the Signal Iduna Park

One the key questions will be how they replace the suspended Samuel Lino, and whether Mario Hermoso will start the game.

Source: football-espana.net
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Atalanta 2-2 Verona: ‘Atalanta throw leads away, so Liverpool…’

Gian Piero Gasperini admits Atalanta have ‘thrown away’ too many leads this season and the 2-2 draw with Verona has them on their toes for Liverpool in the Europa League

La Dea were still riding the wave of enthusiasm from the 3-0 victory over Liverpool at Anfield and dominated the first half here too, leading 2-0 through a Gianluca Scamacca scorcher on the half-volley and Ederson running into space.

Source: football-italia.net
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Pochettino slams Chelsea kids for penalty feud in win over Everton

A 6-0 win - including a four-goal night by one of his star players in Cole Palmer - should have left Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino with no issues following the game.

But that was far from the case, as the Argentine coach took his team to task for an incident regarding who would take a penalty kick in the second half with Chelsea already up 4-0 on Everton on Monday night at Stamford Bridge.

Source: espn.com
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Superb Palmer scores four as Chelsea thrash Everton

Chelsea midfielder Cole Palmer scored four goals, which included a hat-trick inside the first 29 minutes, as his side thrashed sorry Everton at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League

Palmer opened the scoring in the 13th minute by curling a beautiful strike into the bottom corner after nutmegging Everton defender Jarrad Branthwaite and playing a one-two with teammate Nicolas Jackson.

Source: bbc.com
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Men's Match of The Day

Chelsea will be aiming to stretch their unbeaten run in the Premier League to eight matches when they welcome relegation-threatened Everton to Stamford Bridge on Monday night.

The home side are currently ninth in the table, now just five points behind sixth-placed Manchester United, while Everton occupy 16th, two points clear of the relegation zone.

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Everton lodge appeal over second points deduction

Everton have lodged a formal appeal against their second points deduction for breaching the Premier League's financial rules

The Toffees had a 10-point deduction reduced to six on appeal in February for the three-year period to 2021-22.

Source: bbc.com
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Atletico Madrid planning new contract for Antoine Griezmann

Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezmann is set to make his glorious return to the club a longer love affair, with both the club and player hoping to extend his contract

The veteran forward has been the inspiration behind Diego Simeone’s side for the past 18 months, and Griezmann is delighted to be back at the club, and have won back the fans after his exit to Barcelona.

Source: football-espana.net
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Adobe Women's FA Cup: 'We haven't won anything yet' - Skinner warns Man United

United lost 1-0 to the Blues in last year's Wembley final, but gained some revenge with a tense, hard-fought 2-1 win

Manchester United manager Marc Skinner warned his side "we haven't won anything" after they defeated Chelsea to reach the Women's FA Cup final.

Source: bbc.com
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Adobe Women's FA Cup: United down Chelsea to reach final

First-half strikes from Lucia Garcia and Rachel Williams fired Manchester United to a 2-1 win over holders Chelsea and into the Adobe Women’s FA Cup final. Garcia and Williams headed the hosts into their second successive FA Cup final, where they will face Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley on Sunday 12 May. (Source: FA.com)

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Adobe Women's FA Cup: Tottenham show they 'can be a big team' by reaching final

The trajectory for Tottenham's future is soaring upwards and Vilahamn feels Spurs have shown they can be "a big team" in women's football

When manager Robert Vilahamn joined Tottenham in the summer, he took over a squad battered and bruised after fighting tooth and nail to avoid relegation from the Women's Super League.

Source: bbc.com
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Inter no longer able to beat Juventus’ 102-point Serie A record

Following Sunday evening’s 2-2 draw against Cagliari, Inter are no longer able to match the all-time Serie A points record in a single season, which was set with 102 points by Antonio Conte’s Juventus in 2013-14

Now with six matches to go of the 2023-24 campaign following the conclusion of the 32nd round of Serie A fixtures, Inter can finish with a maximum of 101 points if they win all of their remaining matches of the season.

Source: football-italia.net
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Adobe Women's FA Cup: Thomas' extra-time goal sends Spurs into final

Tottenham booked their place in the Women's FA Cup final for the first time with a dramatic victory over Leicester City at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Substitute Martha Thomas' looping header deep in extra time gave Tottenham victory, having come from behind in London. (Source: BBC Sport)

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The stats behind Leverkusen's unbeaten title run

Xabi Alonso's side wrapped up the title with five games to spare after a crushing 5-0 win over Werder Bremen in front of their jubilant supporters

Overjoyed fans spilled on to the pitch to celebrate after Leverkusen moved to 79 points - 16 more than nearest rivals Bayern Munich - with just 15 points left to play for.

Source: bbc.com
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WSL: Arsenal beat Bristol City to close in on UWCL place

Bristol City remain seven points adrift of West Ham United, with four games left each

Arsenal beat struggling Bristol City 5-0 to go nine points ahead of fourth-placed Manchester United in the Barclays Women’s Super League.

Source: shekicks.net
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Leverkusen clinch Bundesliga glory in title-winning thumping of Bremen

Bayer Leverkusen etched themselves into German football history books this afternoon with a 5-0 win over Werder Bremen, and in doing so securing the club's first ever Bundesliga title

A vastly changed Werkself flaunted a host of changes as Xabi Alonso entrusted his rotated squad to get the job done.

Source: bulinews.com
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SWPL Round-Up: Rangers beat champions Glasgow City as Celtic beat Partick Thistle to keep pace

The 4-1 win in Cumbernauld leaves City trailing a distant third with seven games remaining

Leaders Rangers eased aside Glasgow City to leave the 16-time champions seven points adrift in the Scottish Women's Premier League title race.

Source: bbc.com
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Arsenal stunned by Aston Villa as Bailey and Watkins hurt title ambitions

If this was the afternoon when ­Arsenal let it all slip then Mikel Arteta will know they have only themselves to blame

His side were handed the perfect opportunity to lay down their title credentials after Liverpool had been surprisingly beaten by Crystal Palace, but instead it was Unai Emery’s Aston Villa who celebrated wildly at the final whistle after late goals from substitute Leon Bailey and Ollie Watkins.

Source: theguardian.com
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Liberty A-League Round-Up

Casey Dumont haunts Melbourne Victory as Central Coast and Newcastle Jets make finals history

The 2023/24 elimination final have served up all the drama and chaos that the A-League Women has become known for, with both games needing extra-time — as well as one penalty shootout — to decide which teams are through to the semifinals.

Source: abc.net.au
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Liverpool's title hopes hit by loss to Palace

Andy Robertson insisted Liverpool will "keep fighting" despite their Premier League title hopes suffering a huge blow as they fell to a 1-0 defeat by Crystal Palace at Anfield

Eberechi Eze converted from Tyrick Mitchell's cut-back to finish off a flowing Palace move early on and the visitors were deservedly in front at the break.

Source: bbc.com
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Roma game suspended after defender collapses

AS Roma defender Evan Ndicka collapsed on the field in the second half of their Serie A match at Udinese on Sunday and had to be taken off on a stretcher, with the match suspended

The score was 1-1 when the Ivory Coast international fell backwards onto the pitch 18 minutes from time.

Source: espn.com
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Ross County’s first win over Rangers leaves Scottish title chasers reeling

Ross County delivered a body blow to Rangers’ Scottish Premiership title hopes in Dingwall with their first ever win over the Ibrox side

When Jack Baldwin scored an own goal after 15 minutes it already looked a long way back for the home side, but two goals in three minutes soon after the break from Simon Murray and George Harmon turned the game on its head before Josh Sims added a third after 69 minutes.

Source: theguardian.com
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