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23.02.2014: UEFA EURO 2016 QUALIFYING GROUPS and TEAMS

GROUP A: Holland, Czech, Turkey, Latvia, Iceland, Kazakasthan
GROUP B : Bosnia, Belgium, Israil, Wales, Cyprus, Andora.
GROUP C : Spain, Ukraine, Slovakia, Belarus, Macedonia, Luxemburgo
GROUP D: Germany, Irland, Poland, Scotland, Georfia, Gibralter.
GROUP E: England, Switzerland, Slovenia, Estonia, Lithuania, San Marino.
GROUP F : Greece, Hungary, Romania, Finland, Northern Ireland, Faroe Island
GROUP G: Russia, Sweden, Austria, Montenegro, Moldova, Liechtenstein
GROUP H: Italy, Croatia, Norway, Bulgeria, Azerbijan, Malta.
GROUP I : Portugal, Denmark, Serbia, Armenia, France.



32 TEAMS of 2013-14

Group A : Man Utd, Shakhtar Donetsk, Bayer Leverkusen, Real Sociedad.
Group B : Real Madrid, Juventus, Galatasaray, FC Copenhagen.
Group C : PSG, Benfica, Olympiakos, Anderlecht.
Group D : Bayern Munich, CSKA Moscow, Man City, FC Viktoria Plzen.
Group E : Chelsea, Schalke, FC Basel, Steaua Bucharest.
Group F : Arsenal, Marseille, Borussia Dortmund, Napoli.
Group G : Porto, Atletico Madrid, Zenit St Petersburg, Austria Vienna.
Group H : Barcelona, Milan, Ajax, Celtic.

ALL Results


FIXTURES & RESULTS



GR. LEAGUE - ROUND - 6

11.12.2013 : FC Barcelona   6-1  Celtic
BAR : Pique 7',Pedro 39', Neymar 44', 48', 58', Tello 72'
CEL : Samaras 88'

11.12.2013 : Austria Wien   4-1  Zenit St. Petersburg
AUS : Hosiner 44', 51', Jun 48' Kienast 90'
JEN : Kerzhakov 35'

11.12.2013 : Schalke 04   2-0  FC Basel
SO4: Draxler 50', cMatip 57'

Chelsea   1-0  Steaua Bucharest
CHL : Dem Ba 10'

11.12.2013 : Napoli   2-0  Arsenal
NAP : Higuain 73', Callejon 90'

11.12.2013 : Olympique Marseille   1-2  Borussia Dortmund
PLM : Diawara 14'
BOR: Lewandowski 4', Groabkreutz 87'

11.12.2013 : Atl etico Madrid   2-0  FC Porto
ATL : Garcia 14', Diego Costa 37'

11.12.2013 : AC Milan   0-0  Ajax Amstardam

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10.12.2013: Real Sociedad   0-1  Bayer Leverkusen
LEV : Toprak 49'

10.12.2013: Manchester United   1-0  Shakhtar Donetsk
MAN : Jones 67'

10.12.2013: FC Copenhagen   0-2  Real Madrid
REM : Modric 25', Ronaldo 49'

10.12.2013: Galatasaray   POSTPONED  Juventus

10.12.2013: Olympiacos   3-1  Anderlecht
OLM : Saviola 34', 58', Dominguez 90'(Pen)
AND : Klejestan 40'

10.12.2013: Benfica   2-1  Paris Saint-Germain
BEN : Lima (pen 45'), Gaitan 58'
PSG : Cavani 37'

10.12.2013: Viktoria Plzen   2-1  CSKA Moscow
VIC : Kolar 77', Wagnar 90'
CSK : Musa 66'

10.12.2013: Bayern Munich   2-3  Manchester City
BAY : Mullar 5', Gotze 12'
MAC : Silva 28', Kolarov(pen 59'), Milnar 62'

GR. LEAGUE - ROUND - 5

27.11.2013 - Real Madrid   4-1  Galatasaray
REM : Bale 37', Arbeloa 51', Di Maria 63', Isco 80'.
GAL : Bulut 38'.

27.11.2013 - Bayer Leverkusen   0-5  Manchester United
MANU : Antonio Valencia 22', Spahic 30' (og), Evans 65', Smalling 77', Nani 88'

27.11.2013 - Manchester City   4-2  Viktoria Plzen
MANC: Aguero 33' (pen), Nasri 65', Negredo 78', Dzeko 89'
VIC : Horava 43',Tecl 69'

27.11.2013 - Paris Saint-Germain   2-1  Olympiacos
PSG : Ibrahimovic 7', Cavani 90'
OLM : Manolas 80'

27.11.2013 - CSKA Moscow   1-3  Bayern Munich
BAY : Robben 17', Gotze 56' Muller 65' (pen)
CSK : Honda 62' (pen)

27.11.2013 - Shakhtar Donetsk   4-0  Real Sociedad
SDN : Luiz Adriano 37', Teixeira 48', Douglas Costa 68', 87'.

27.11.2013 - Juventus   3-1  FC Copenhagen
JUB : Mellberg 56'.
BAY : Vidal 29' (pen), 61' (pen), 63'

27.11.2013 - Anderlecht   2-3  Benfica
AND : Mbemba Mangulu 18', Bruno 76'
BEN : Matic 34', Mbemba Mangulu 52' (og), Rodrigo 90'.
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26.11.2013:Ajax Amstardam   2-1  FC Barcelona (FT)
Ajax : Sorero 19', Hoesen 42'
FCB : Xavi 41'

26.11.2013:FC Basel   1-0  Chelsea (FT)
Basel: Salah 87'

26.11.2013:Arsenal   2-0  Olympique Marseille(FT)
ARS: Wilshere 1', 65'

26.11.2013:Celtic   0-3  AC Milan
Milan: Kaka 13', Zapata 49', Balotelli 60'

26.11.2013:Borussia Dortmund   3-1  Napoli (FT)
Dor: Reus 10', Blaszczykowski 60', Aubameyang 78'
NAP: Insigne 71'

26.11.2013:Zenit St. Petersburg   1-1  Atl.Madrid (FT)
Zenit: Alderweireld (og) 74'
AM: Lopez 53'

26.11.2013:FC Porto   1-1  Austria Wien (FT)
Porto: Martinez 48'
Wein: Kienast 11'

26.11.2013:Steaua Bucharest   0-0  Schalke 04 (FT)

GR LEAGUE - ROUND - 4

06.11.2013 - Zenit St. Petersburg   1-1   FC Porto
ZEN : Hulk
POR : Gonzales.

06.11.2013 - FC Basel   1-1   Steaua Bucharest
BAS: Sio,
BUC: Piovaccari.

06.11.2013 - Chelsea   3-0   Schalke 04
CHL : Eto'o - 2, Demba Ba

06.11.2013 - Napoli   3-2   Olympique Marseille
NAP: Inlar, Higuain-2.
OLM: Ayeu, Thauvin.

06.11.2013 - Borussia Dortmund   0-1  Arsenal
ARS: Ransey.

06.11.2013 - Atletico Madrid   4-0  Austria Wien
ATM : Miranda, Garcia, Luis, Costa.

06.11.2013 - Ajax Amstardam   1-0  Celtic Amsterdam
AZX : Schone.

06.11.2013 - FC Barcelona   3-1  AC Milan
BAR : Messi-2, Basqutes
ACM : Pique - Og.
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05.11.2013 - Real Sociedad   0-0  Manchester United

05.11.2013 - Shakhtar Donetsk   0-0  Bayer Leverkusen

05.11.2013 - FC Copenhagen   1-0  Galatasaray
FCK : Braathen 6'

05.11.2013 - Juventus   2-2  Real Madrid
JUV : Vidal 42' PEN, Llorente 66'
REM: Ronaldo 52', Bale 60'

05.11.2013 - Olympiacos   1-0  Benfica
OLM : Manolas 13'

05.11.2013 - Viktoria Plzen   0-1  Bayern Munich
BAY : Mandzukic 65'

05.11.2013 - Manchester City   5-2  CSKA Moscow
MAN : Aguero 3' PEN, 20', Negredo 30', 51', 90'
CSK : Doumbia 45' +1', Doumbia 71' PEN.

05.11.2013 - Paris Saint-Germain   1-1  Anderlecht
PSG : Ibrahimovic 70'
AND : Demy De Zeeuw 68'

GR LEAGUE - ROUND - 3
23.10.2013: GR - D : CSKA Moscow   1-2   Manchester City
MAC : Aguero 34', 42'
CSK : Tosic 32'

23.10.2013: GR - D : Bayern Munchen   5-0   Viktoria Plzen
BYR : RibEry 24'(pen.), 61', Alaba 37', Schweinsteiger 64', Gotze 90+1'

23.10.2013: GR - C : Anderlecht   0-5   Paris St. Germain
PSG : Ibrahimovic Goal 17', 22', 36', 62', Cavani 52'

23.10.2013: GR - C : Benfica Lisbon   1-1   Olympiakos
BEN :Cardozo 83'
OLM :Dominguez 29'

23.10.2013: GR - B : Galatasaray   3-1   FC Kopenhagen
GAL : Melo 10' Sneijder 38', Drogba 45+1
KOB : Claudemir 88'

23.10.2013: GR - B : Real Madrid   2-1   Juventus Torino
REM : Ronaldo 4', 28' (pen.)
JUV :Liorente 22'

23.10.2013: GR - A : Leverkusen   4-0   Shakhtar Donetsk
LEV : Kieoling 22', 72', Rolfes 50' (pen.), Sam 57'

23.10.2013: GR - A : Manchester United   1-0   Real Sociedad
MAN : I. Martinez Goal 2' (o.g.)

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22.10.2013: GROUP E: Steaua Bucharesti   1-1   FC Basel
BAS: M.Diaz 48'
BUK : Leandro Tatu 88'

22.10.2013:GROUP E: Schalke 04   0-3   Chelsea
CHL : Torres 5′, 68′ Hazard 87'

22.10.2013:GROUP F: Arsenal   1-2   Borrusia Dortmund
BOR: Mkhitaryan 16′ Lewandowski 82′
ARS : Giroud 41′

22.10.2013: GROUP F: Marseille   1-2   SS.Napoli
NAP : J.Callejon 42',D.Zapata 62'
MAR : A.Ayew 86'

22.10.2013: GROUP G: FC Porto   0-1   Zenit St. Pittasberg
ZEN : A.Kerzhakov 86'

22.10.2013: GROUP G: Austria Wien   0-3   Atletico Madrid
ATM Raul Garcia 8', 45', Diego Costa 53'

22.10.2013: GROUP H: Celtic   2-1   Ajax Amsterdam
CEL: Forrest 45' (pen) Kayal 53'
AZX : Schone 90'

22.10.2013: GROUP H: AC Milan   1-1   FC Barcelona
BAR : L.Messi 23'
ACM : Robinho 9'

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 GR LEAGUE  - ROUND - 2 

02.10.2013 : CSKA Moskow      3-2     FC Viktoria Plzen (FT)  
 MOS  : 19' Zoran Tosic 19', Honda 29',  Reznik 78' 
 PLA  :  Rajtoral 4', Bakos 90' 

02.10.2013 : Manchester City      1-3     Bayern Munich (FT) 
 BAY  :   Riberyr 7', Mullar 56', Robben 60' 
 MAN  Negredo 80'  

02.10.2013 : Real Madrid    4-0     FC Kopenhegen (FT) 
 REM  : Ronaldo 21', 65, Di Maria 70', 90'. 

02.10.2013 : Shakhtar Donetsk       1-1     Manchester United (FT) 
 MUT : Welbeck 18' 
 SHK: Taison 76' 

02.10.2013 : Leverkusen     2-1     Real Sociedad (FT)   
 LEV  : Rolfes 45', Hegelar 90' 
 RES : Vela 51' 

02.10.2013 : Juventus    2-2     Galatasaray (FT)   
 GAL  : Drogba 36', Bulut 88' ::  JUV : Bidal 78', ualgiarella 87' 


02.10.2013 : PSG     3-0     SL Benfica (FT) 
: PSG  : Ibrahimovic 5', 30', Marquinhos 25' 
 

02.10.2013 : Anderlecht     0-3     Olympiacos FC (FT)  
 OLM  :  Mitroglou 17', 56', 62' 
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  01.10.2013 

01.010.2013: Zenit S.Petersburg   0-0   Austria Wien(FT)

01.10.13: AFC Ajax 		  1-1   A.C. Milan (FT)
 AZX  : Denswil 90'
 ACM  : Baloteli 89'

01.10.13:Arsenal 		  2-0   SSC Napoli(FT)
 ARS : Ozil 8', Giroud 15

01.10.13:Celtic FC 		  0-1   FC Barcelona (FT)
 BAR  : Fabregas 76'

01.10.13:Borussia Dortmund 	  3-0   MARSEILLE (FT)
 BOR  : Lewandoeski 19', 80', Renus 52'

01.10.13:FC Basel 1893 		  0-1   FC Schalke 04 (FT)
 SCL  : Draxler 54'

01.10.13:FC Steaua Bucuresti 	  0-4   Chelsea (FT)
 CHL :Ramires 20, 55', Georgeveski -og 44', Lampard 90' 

01.10.13:Porto 			  1-2   Atl Madrid(FT)) 
 POR :Jackson Martinez 16  
 ACM  : Godin 58' Turan 81'

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 GR LEAGUE  - ROUND - 1  

18.09.2013:FC Barcelona     4-0   Ajax Amstardam
 BAR : Messi 52', 55', 75', Pique 69' 
 
18.09.2013: Schalke 04     3-0   Steaua Bucharest
 SCH: Uchita, Boateng, Draxlar

18.09.2013:Chelsea     1-2   FC Basel 
 CHL: Oscar
 BAS :Salah, Streller

18.09.2013:Napoli    2-1   Borussia Dortmund
 NAP : Higuain, Insigne
 BOR: Zuniga

18.09.2013:Austria Wien     0-1   FC Porto
 POR : Lucho

18.09.2013:Atletico Madrid     3-1   Zenit St. Petersburg
 ATL : Miranda, Turan, Baptista
 SPT: Hulk

18.09.2013:AC Milan     2-0   Celtic
 ACM  : Zapata, Sule Muntari

18.09.2013:Olympique Marseille 	   1-2   Arsenal
 ARS : Walcott, Ramsey
 OLM : Ayew(Pen)

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 17.09.2013 

17.09.2013: Bayern Munich   3-0    CSKA Moscow (FT) 
BAY : Alaba 4', MandZukiC  41', Robben  68' 	

17.09.2013: Benfica   2-0     RSC Anderlecht(FT) 
 BEN : uricic 4', Luisao  30' 	

17.09.2013: FC Kobenhavn   1-1     Juventus Torino(FT) 
COP : JOrgensen  14' 
 JUV : Quagliarella  54'	

17.09.2013: Galatasaray SK   1-6     Real Madrid(FT) 
 REM : Isco  33', Benzema  54', 81', Ronaldo  63', 66', 90+1'
 GAL : Bulut  84'	

17.09.2013: Manchester United   4-2     Bayer Leverkusen(FT) 
MANU : Rooney  22', 70', Van Persie  59', Valencia  79'
 LEV: Rolfes  54', Toprak 88	

17.09.2013: Olympiacos Piraeus   1-4     Paris St. Germain(FT) 
PSG : Cavani  19', Motta  68', 73, Marquinhos  86'
OLY : Weiss  25' 	

17.09.2013: Real Sociedad   0-2     Shakhtar Donetsk(FT)
 DON: Teixeira 65', 87'
	
17.09.2013: Viktoria Plzen   0-3     Manchester City(FT) 
MAN : DZeko  48', TourE  53', AgUero  58'
 




TABLE



Group A
	 
SL Team 	        MP 	W 	D 	L 	F 	A 	D 	P 	 	 
1  Manchester United 	6 	4 	2 	0 	12 	3 	+9 	14 -- ROUND OF 16	 	
2  Bayer Leverkusen 	6 	3 	1 	2 	9 	10 	-1 	10 -- ROUND OF 16	 	
3  Shakhtar Donetsk 	6 	2 	2 	2 	7 	6 	+1 	8 -- EUROPA R-32	 	
4  Real Sociedad 	6 	0 	1 	5 	1 	10 	-9 	1 	 	
 
Group B
	 
SL  Team 		MP 	W 	D 	L 	F 	A 	D 	P 	 	 
1   Real Madrid 	6 	5 	1 	0 	20 	5 	+15 	16 -- ROUND OF 16	 	
2   Galatasaray 	6 	2 	1 	3 	8 	14 	-6 	7 -- ROUND OF 16	 	
3   Juventus 		6 	1 	3 	2 	9 	9 	+0 	6 -- EUROPA R-32	 	
4   Kopenhagen 		6 	1 	1 	4 	4 	13 	-9 	4 	 	
 
Group C
	 
SL Team 	       MP 	W 	D 	L 	F 	A 	D 	P 	 	 

1  PSG 			6 	4 	1 	1 	16 	5 	+11 	13 -- ROUND OF 16	 	
2  Olympiakos Piraeus 	6 	3 	1 	2 	10 	8 	+2 	10 -- ROUND OF 16	 	
3  Benfica 		6 	3 	1 	2 	8 	8 	+0 	10 -- EUROPA R-32	 	
4  Anderlecht 		6 	0 	1 	5 	4 	17 	-13 	1 	 	
 
Group D
	 
SL Team 		MP 	W 	D 	L 	F 	A 	D 	P 	 	 
1  Bayern Munich 	6 	5 	0 	1 	17 	5 	+12 	15 -- ROUND OF 16	 	
2  Manchester City 	6 	5 	0 	1 	18 	10 	+8 	15 -- ROUND OF 16	 
3  Viktoria Plzen 	6 	1 	0 	5 	6 	17 	-11 	3 -- EUROPA R-32	 	
4  CSKA Moskva 		6 	1 	0 	5 	8 	17 	-9 	3 	 	
 


Group E SL Team MP W D L F A D P 1 chelsea 6 4 0 2 12 3 +9 12 -- ROUND OF 16 2 Schalke 04 6 3 1 2 6 6 +0 10 -- ROUND OF 16 3 Basel 6 2 2 2 5 6 -1 8 -- EUROPA R-32 4 Steaua 6 0 3 3 2 10 -8 3 Group F SL Team MP W D L F A D P 1 Borussia D. 6 4 0 2 11 6 +5 12-- ROUND OF 16 2 Arsenal 6 4 0 2 8 5 +3 12-- ROUND OF 16 3 Napoli 6 4 0 2 10 9 +1 12-- EUROPA R-32 4 Marseille 6 0 0 6 5 14 -9 0 Group G SL Team MP W D L F A D P 1 Atletico Madrid 6 5 1 0 15 3 +12 16-- ROUND OF 16 2 Zenit 6 1 3 2 5 9 -4 6-- ROUND OF 16 3 Porto 6 1 2 3 4 7 -3 5-- EUROPA R-32 4 Austria Wien 6 1 2 3 5 10 -5 5 Group H SL Team MP W D L F A D P 1 Barcelona 6 4 1 1 16 5 +11 13-- ROUND OF 16 2 Milan 6 2 3 1 8 5 +3 9-- ROUND OF 16 3 Ajax 6 2 2 2 5 8 -3 8-- EUROPA R-32 4 Celtic 6 1 0 5 3 14 -11 3




PQF/QF/SF/FINAL





2013-14 UCL FINAL
25.05.2014 : REAL MADRID 4-1 ATL. MADRID
ATM : Godin 36' :: REM : Ramos 90+3', Bale 110', Marcello 118', Ronaldo 120'
ATM : Courtois, Juanfran, Miranda, Godin, Filipe Luis, Raul Garcia, Gabi, Tiago, Koke, Villa, Diego Costa (Lopez 8').
REM : Casillas, Carvajal, Varane, Sergio Ramos, Fabio Coentrao, Modric, Khedira, Di Maria, Bale, Benzema, Ronaldo.
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Semi Finals (2nd Leg)
01.05.2014 : Chelsea - ( 1-3 ) - Atletico Madrid
ATM : Lopez 44', Costa 61, Turan 72' (Pen)
CHL : Torres 36
ATM : Courtois, Torres, Miranda, Godin, Luis, Cardoso, Suarez, Koke, Turan, Adrian, Costa.
CHL : Schwarzer, Ivanovic, Cole, David Luiz, Ramires, Torres, Hazard, Willian, Cahill, Terry, Azpilucueta

30.04.2014: BAYERN MUNICH 0-4 REAL MADRID ( 1-0 1st Leg win by Real)
: REM : Ramos 16', 20', Ronaldo 34', 90'

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Semi Finals (1st Leg)
23.04.2014 : Real Madrid 1-0 Bayern Munich
REM : Casillas, Pepe, Ramos, Coentrao, Ronaldo, Benzema, Alonso, Carvajal, Modric, Di Maria, Isco.
BAY : Neuer, Dante, Rafinha, Boateng, Lahm, Alaba, Schweinsteiger, Kroos, Robben, Ribery, Mandzukic.
REM : Benzema 19'

22.04.2014 : Atletico Madrid 0-0 Chelsea
CHL : Cech, Azpilicueta, Cahill, Terry, Cole, Mikel, Luiz, Lampard, Ramires, Willian, Torres
ATM : Courtois, Godin, Filipe Luis, Juanfran, Miranda, Mario Suarez, Koke, Raul Garcia, Gabi, Diego, Diego Costa

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QUARTER FINALS ( (2nd Leg)
10.04.14 : Bayern Munich ( 3-1 ) Manchester United (FT)
BAY : Neuer, Dante, Ribery, Mandzukic, Robben, Boateng, Gotze, Lahm, Muller, Alaba, Kroos.
MAN : De Gea, Jones, Smalling, Vidic, Evra, Fletcher, Carrick, Valencia, Rooney, Kagawa, Welbeck.
FT: Bayern Munich 3-1 Manchester United. Bayern progress to the semi finals.
76': 3-1 to Bayern, Robben scored.
68': 2-0 lead to Bayern, Mullar scored.
59': GOAL!!Mandzukic scored for Bayern
57': 1-0 to Man U, Evra scored.


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10.04.14 : Atletico Madrid ( 1-0 ) Barcelona (FT)
ATM : Courtois, Juanfran, Miranda, Godin, Filipe, Gabi, Koke, Tiago, Raul Garcia, Adrian, Villa.
BAR : Pinto, Alves, Mascherano, Bartra, Sergio, Fabregas, Xavi, Iniesta, Alba, Messi, Neymar
5': GOAAAAAAL!!! 1-0 to ATLETICO MADRID. Koke scored the goal.


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08.04.2014: Borussia Dortmund ( 2-0 ) Real Madrid (FT)

BOR : Weidenfeller, Friedrich, Hummels, Kirch, Piszczek, Durm, Reus, Jojic, Grosskreutz, Lewandowski, Mkhitaryan
REM : Casillas, Pepe, Ramos, Coentrao, Benzema, Bale, Xabi, Carvajal, Modric,Di Maria, Illarra.

FT :Real progress to the last four 3-2 on aggregate.
38': Goal! Dortmund 2-0 Madrid. Lewandowski's shot hits the post, and Reus smashed the rebounded ball high into the net.
23': Goal! Reus puts Dortmund ahead in the 23rd after Di Maria misses a penalty. Dortmund 1-0 Real Madrid

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09.04.2014 : Chelsea ( 2-0 ) PSG ( FT )
CHL : Cech, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Lampard, Willian, Oscar, Hazard, Eto'o.
PSG : Sirigu, Jallet, Alex, T.Silva, Maxwell, Verratti, Motta, Matuidi, Lucas, Cavani, Lavezzi.

FT .: Chelsea go through the last four on away goals, 3-3 aggregate.
87': Goal! Chelsea 2-0 PSG. Demba Ba scores. Azpilicueta low shot went to Demba Ba lobbed the ball over upcoming Sirigu.
32': Goal! Schurrle scores for CHELSEA.
30': 0-0 is the scoreline.

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QUARTER FINALS ( (1st Leg)

03.04.2014 : REAL MADRID 3-0 BORUSSIA DORTMUND (FT.)

REM : Casillas, Carvajal, Pepe, Ramos, Coentrao, Modric, Xabi, Isco, Bale, Benzema, Ronaldo
BOR : Weidenfeller, Pisczcek, Sokratis, Hummels, Durm, Kehl, Sahin, Aubameyang, Mkhitrayan, Grosskreutz, Reus

57': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL : Ronaldo scored the 3rd and now 3-0 to Real.
27': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL : Isco doubled the Real Margin 2-0.
4': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL Bale scored for Real.

03.04.2014 : PSG 3-1 CHELSEA (FT)
PSG : Sirigu, Jallet, Alex, Thiago Silva, Maxwell, Verratti, Motta, Matuidi, Cavani, Ibrahimovic, Lavezzi.
CHL : : Cech, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta, Ramires, Luiz, Willian, Oscar, Hazard, Schurrle.

90+3': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL : 3rd goal of PSG now leading 3-1. Pastore scored. 62': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL : 2nd goal of PSG now leading 2-1. Own goal of David Luiz.
27': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL: Penalty score by Hazard to equalize the scoreline for Chelsea 1-1.
3': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL : Lavezzi scored for PSG.

02.04.2014 : BARCELONA 1-1 ATL. MADRID (FT)
BAR :Pinto, Alves, Pique (Bartra 12'), Alba, Mascherano, Fabregas, Iniesta, Xavi, Busquets, Messi, Neymar
ARL : Courtois, Miranda, Juanfran, Luis, Godin, Tiago, Gabi, Turan, Koke, Villa, Costa (Diego 30')

BAR : Neymar 71'
ATL : Diego 56'

02.04.2014: MANCHESTER UNITED 1-1 BAYERN MUNICH(FT)
MANU : De Gea, Ferdinand, Vidic, Buttner, Jones, Carrick, Valencia, Giggs, Fellaini, Rooney, Welbeck
BAY :Neuer,Lahm, Rafinha, Boateng, Alaba, Robben, Schweinsteiger,Ribery, Javi, Martinez, Kroos, Muller.

BAY : Schweinsteiger 66'
MAN : NEZMA vidik 58'

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Team 1 		    Agg.  Team 2 	      1st       2nd 
Manchester City     1-4   Barcelona 	      0-2 	1-2
Olympiacos  	    2-3   Manchester United   2-0 	0-3
Milan 		    1-5   Atletico Madrid     0-1 	1-4
Bayer Leverkusen    1-6   PSC		      0-4 	1-2
Galatasaray	    1-3   Chelsea 	      1-1 	0-2
Schalke 04   	    2-9   Real Madrid 	      1-6 	1-3
Zenit               4-5   Borussia Dortmund   2-4 	2-1
Arsenal  	    1-3   Bayern Munich       0-2 	1-1


2ND LEG - ROUND Of 16

11.03.2014 : Atletico Madrid   4-1   Milan
ATM : Costa 3', 85', Turan 40', Garcia 71'
ACM : Kaka 27'
Atletico Madrid won 5-1 on aggregate.

11.03.2014 : Bayern Munich   1-1   Arsenal
BAY : Schweinsteiger 55'
ARS : Podolski 57'
Bayern Munich won 3-1 on aggregate

12.03.2014 : Barcelona   2-1   Manchester City
BAR : Messi 67', Alves 90+1'
MNC : Kompany Goal 89'
Barcelona won 4-1 on aggregate.

12.03.2014 : Paris Saint-Germain   2-1   Bayer Leverkusen
PSG : Marquinhos 13', Lavezzi 53'
BAY : Sam Goal 6'
Paris Saint-Germain won 6-1 on aggregate.

18.03.2014 : Chelsea   2-0   Galatasaray
CHL : Eto'o 4', Cahill 42'
Chelsea won 3-1 on aggregate

18.03.2014 : Real Madrid   3-1   Schalke 04
REM : Ronaldo 21', 73', Morata 75'
SCL : Hoogland Goal 31'
Real Madrid won 9-2 on aggregate

19.03.2014 : Manchester United   3-0   Olympiacos
MAN : Van Persie 25' (pen.), 45+1', 52'
Manchester United won 3-2 on aggregate.

19.03.2014 : Borussia Dortmund   1-2   Zenit Saint Petersburg
BOr : Kehl 38'
ZSP : Hulk 16', Rondon Goal 73'
Borussia Dortmund won 5-4 on aggregate..

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ROUND OF 16 : 1ST LEG
25.02.2014 : Zenit Saint Petersburg   V/S   Borussia Dortmund

25.02.2014 : Olympiacos   V/S   Manchester United

20.02.2014: AC Milan   0-1  : Atletico Madrid
ATM : Costa 83'

20.02.2014: Arsenal   0-2  : Bayern Munich
BAY : Kroos 54', Mullar 88'

19.02.14 : Manchester city   (0-2)   Barcelona
BAR: Messi(pen) 54', Alves 90'

19.02.14: Bayer Leverkusen   (0-4)   Paris Saint Germain
PSG : Matuidi 3', Ibrahimovic 39'(pen), 42' Cabaye 88'

26.02.2014 : Galatasaray Turkey   1-1   Chelsea
GAL : Chedjou 65'
GAL : Torres 9'

26.02.2014 : Schalke 04   1-6   Real Madrid
REM: Benzema Goal 13', 57', Bale 21', 69', Ronaldo 52', 89'
SCH : Huntelaar 90+1'

SEMI FINALS
1st Leg : 22 and 23 April 2014.:: 2nd Leg : 29 and 30 April 2014. :: The draw will be held on 11 April 2014

FINAL
24.05.2014 : Estadio da Luz in Lisbon, Portugal.

SEEDED AND UNSEEDED TEAMS IN ROUND OF 16

Group 	Winners(SEEDED) 	        Runners-up (UNSEEDED)
A 	Manchester United 	       	Bayer Leverkusen
B 	Real Madrid 	 		Galatasaray
C 	Paris Saint-Germain 	 	Olympiacos
D 	Bayern Munich 	 		Manchester City
E 	Chelsea 	 		Schalke 04
F 	Borussia Dortmund 	 	Arsenal
G 	Atletico Madrid 	 	Zenit Saint Petersburg
H 	Barcelona 	 		Milan



Quarter-finals :: The draw will be held on 21 March 2014.The first legs will be played on 1 and 2 April, and the second legs will be played on 8 and 9 April 2014.

Semi-finals :: The draw will be held on 11 April 2014. The first legs will be played on 22 and 23 April, and the second legs will be played on 29 and 30 April 2014.

Final :: The final will be played on 24 May 2014 at the Estadio da Luz in Lisbon, Portugal.



WINNERS in FINAL

2012: Chelsea 1-1, 4-3 (Pen) Bayern Munich
2011: Barcelona 3-1 Manchester United
2010: Inter 2 - 0 Bayern Munich
2009: Barcelona 2 - 0 Manchester United
2008: Manchester United 1 - 1, 5-4 (Pen) Chelsea
2007: AC Milan 2 - 1 Liverpool
2006: Barcelona 2 - 1 Arsenal
2005: Liverpool 3 - 3, 3-2 (Pen) AC Milan
2004: FC Porto 3 - 0 A.S. Monaco
2003: AC Milan 0 - 0, 3-2 (Pen) Juventus
2002: Real Madrid 2 - 1 Bayer Leverkusen
2001: Bayern Munich 1 - 1, 5-4 (Pen) Valencia
2000: Real Madrid 3 - 0 Valencia
1999: Manchester United 2 - 1 Bayern Munich
1998: Real Madrid 1 - 0 Juventus
1997: Borussia Dortmund 3 - 1 Juventus
1996: Juventus 1 - 1, 4-2 (Pen) Ajax
1995: Ajax 1 - 0 AC Milan
1994: AC Milan 4 - 0 Barcelona
1993: Olympique Marseilles 1 - 0 AC Milan (No Winner alleged for match fixing allegations.)
1992: Barcelona 1 - 0 Sampdoria (aet)
1991: Red Star Belgrade 0 - 0, 5-3 (Pen) Marseille
1990: AC Milan 1 - 0 Benfica
1989: AC Milan 4 - 0 Steaua Bucharest
1988: PSV Eindhoven 0 - 0, 6-5 (Pen) Benfica
1987: Porto 2 - 1 Bayern Munich
1986: Steaua Bucharest 0 - 0, 2-0 (Pen) Barcelona
1985: Juventus 1 - 0 Liverpool
1984: Liverpool 1 - 1, 4-2 (Pen) Roma
1983: Hamburg 1 - 0 Juventus
1982: Aston Villa 1 - 0 Bayern Munich
1981: Liverpool 1 - 0 Real Madrid
1980: Nottingham Forest 1 - 0 Hamburg
1979: Nottingham Forest 1 - 0 Malmo
1978: Liverpool 1 - 0 Brugge
1977: Liverpool 3 - 1 Borussia M'chengladbach
1976: Bayern Munich 1 - 0 St Etienne
1975: Bayern Munich 2 - 0 Leeds United
1974: Bayern Munich 4 - 0 Atletico Madrid
1973: Ajax 1 - 0 Juventus
1972: Ajax 2 - 0 Inter Milan
1971: Ajax 2 - 0 Panathinaikos
1970: Feyenoord 2 - 1 Celtic (aet)
1969: AC Milan 4 - 1 Ajax
1968: Manchester United 4 - 1 Benfica (aet)
1967: Celtic 2 - 1 Inter Milan
1966: Real Madrid 2 - 1 Partizan Belgrade
1965: Inter Milan 1 - 0 Benfica
1964: Inter Milan 3 - 1 Real Madrid
1963: AC Milan 2 - 1 Benfica
1962: Benfica 5 - 3 Real Madrid
1961: Benfica 3 - 2 Barcelona
1960: Real Madrid 7 - 3 Eintracht Frankfurt
1959: Real Madrid 2 - 0 Reims
1958: Real Madrid 3 - 2 AC Milan (aet)
1957: Real Madrid 2 - 0 Fiorentina
1956: Real Madrid 4 - 3 Reims

WINNERS and RUNNERS-UP by CLUBS
  
Club 			Winners Runners-up 
Real Madrid 		9 	3
Milan 			7 	4 	 
Liverpool 		5 	2 	 
Bayern Munich 		4 	5 	 
Barcelona 		4 	3 	 
Ajax 			4 	2 	 
Manchester United 	3       2	 
Internazionale 		3 	2 	 
Benfica 		2 	5 	 
Juventus 	        2 	5 	 
Nottingham Forest 	2 	0 	 	
Porto 			2 	0 	 	
Celtic 			1 	1 	 
Hamburg 		1 	1 	 
Steaua Bucuresti 	1 	1 	 
Marseille 		1 	1 	 
Chelsea 		1 	1 	 
Feyenoord 		1 	0 	 
Aston Villa 		1 	0 	 	
PSV Eindhoven 		1 	0 	 	
Red Star Belgrade 	1 	0 	  	
Borussia Dortmund 	1 	0 	 
	


WINNERS BY NATIONS
 
Nation 	   Winners Runners Winning clubs 	
Spain 	   13 	   9 	   Real Madrid (9), Barcelona (4) 		
Italy 	   12 	  14 	   Milan (7), Internazionale (3), Juventus (2)	
England    12 	   7 	   Liverpool (5), Man United (3), Nottingham Forest (2), Aston Villa (1), Chelsea (1) 	
Germany    6 	   8 	   Bayern Munich (4), Borussia Dortmund (1), Hamburg (1) 
Holland    6 	   2 	   Ajax (4), Feyenoord (1), PSV Eindhoven (1)
Portugal   4 	   5 	   Benfica (2), Porto (2) 
France 	   1 	   5 	   Marseille (1)  
Scotland   1 	   1 	   Celtic (1)
Romania    1 	   1 	   Steaua Bucuresti  (1)
Yugoslavia 1 	   1 	   Red Star Belgrade (1) 	
Greece 	   0 	   1 	   Panathinaikos (1)
Belgium    0 	   1 	   Club Brugge (1)
Sweden 	   0 	   1 	   Malmo FF (1)

REPORTS 1+2







26.11.2013:Borussia Dortmund   3-1  Napoli (FT)
Dor: Reus 10', Blaszczykowski 60', Aubameyang 78'
NAP: Insigne 71'

Match report: Borussia Dortmund VS. SSC Napoli (UCL, 26th November, Signal-Iduna Park, Dortmund)
Reporter: Debamalya Banerjee - www.kolkatafootball.com
Accompanied by: Thomas Lohmiller

27.11.2013 - Dortmund, GERMANY : "A mega-team without a megastar" is probably the best way to describe Borussia Dortmund. Yes they have Robert Lewandowski, but despite his four goals against Real Madrid last seasonhe has beena megastar-in-making. Still BVB 09, as Borussia Dortmund is popularly known, is a team of young, exciting talents masterminded by their energetic manager Juergen Klopp. Carrying wounds from a 0-3 home drubbing to arch-rival Bayern Munich on last Saturday's Bundesliga fixture, his side came into matchday five of UEFA Champions league.Factssuch asfour regular defenders being absent due to injury and that the opponent is Rafa Benitez's Napoli did not bring any added comfort either.

With 6 point from first four matches of UCL group stage, this was a must win for BVB to stay afloat in the competition. Napoli, on the other hand, wantedto take points home from this away encounter to boost their knockout dream.But a football manager's job becomes easier if the most talented player of the team rises to occasion. Today it was the day for Marco Reus. In next 90 minutes the 24 years old German international was seen scoring from a spot-kick, creating final passes, taking all the set-pieces for the team, making probing run through opponent's defence, defending in their own half, so as to say he was seen everywhere before he finally got substituted on 80th minute.

65,000 crowd of Signal-Iduna Park gave him a standing ovation. By then BVB 09 was seating comfortably with a two-goal cushion, thanks to a strike by the substitute Aubameyang minutes before. The host was playing with all four regular defenders out of the starting lineup due to injury. Such was the crisis that Klopp had to play midfielder Bendner as one of the central defence. To take full advantage of opposition's weak point Benitez was playing three attackers with veteran Pandev operating as a pivot between Higuain and Callejon. That ploy almost worked when Callejon hits the post with a right-footer after a solo effort down the right flank. But by then Napoli was down by a neatly taken spot-kick of Reus in 10th Minute.



The penalty decision, however, remains controversial as the foul on Lewandowski looked very soft from distance. But two minutes later there was another much tougher challenge on the same man, this time promptly overruled by the referee. After his superb hattrick against VFB Stuttgart, Lewandowski's form has taken a dip as he failed to score in last three outings of the team. His bad patch continues into this game as he missed two sitters within first 30 minutes; one of them from 10 yards out. He came closer to score once more towards the end of the 1st half, this time from a much tighter corner, though.

In midfield Mkihitaryan and Blaszczykowski was trying their best to support sublime Reus with Nuri Sahin falling deep in the support of the defence. Mkihitaryan came very close of scoring on 58th minute with his solo effort from the midfield. But the final shot was too weak to trouble Reina. Soon after Blaszczykowski managed to put the ball past Reina from a quick counter attack. The final ball, once again,came from Reus.

The inexperienced defence line of BVB was struggling hard to holding on to the lead. Most of the time they could reach the first or the second forward ball directed to the opponent attackers, but the clearance was occasionally faulty. Substitute Lorengo reduced the margin for Napoli from such a faulty clearance on 71st minute.

But by then Klopp had introduced Aubameyang in place of a tiring Blaszczykowski. The impact was immediate as he came close of scoringwithin 2 minutes from a through by Lewandowski. The Pole was finally looking threatening with support from a fresh pair of legs. Finally the insurance goal came on 78th minute from another Lewandowski pass: this time Aubameyang coolly lobbed the ball over an advancing Reina from a tight angle. Last 10 minutes saw some desperation from Napoli. But the host managed to hold on to their lead and could create some more half chances.

This win secured 3 points for Dortmund, but their place is still not secured. The group 'F', the so called group of death for this year, looks very interesting as no team is yet to secure their place in the last 16 of the competition with a game in hand. Dortmund with 9 points from 5 games is currently in the second position behind Arsenal who has12 points from same numbers of games.

Napoli is third only on goal difference. An away win over Olympic Marseil on matchday six should be good enough for Dortmund. But a loss or a draw means all depends on Napoli's home game against Arsenal. Interestingly, even Arsenal's place is not secured as a 6-0 away defeat to Napoli can put them out of the competition. Unexpected it might look, but anything is possible in this group. So everything boils down to final 90 minutes of the group stage action on 11th December where the fate of three top teams of Europe, including last year's finalist, will be decided.

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22.10.2013:GROUP E: Schalke 04   0-3   Chelsea
CHL : Torres 5', 68', Hazard 87'

22ndOctober 2013, Debamalya Banerjee, photo by Sedat CANLI : Veltins arena, Gelsenkirchen, Germany)

A grounded Chelsea skipper John Terry is being assisted by the referee (left). Joel Matip of Schalke 04 in action (right). Photographer: Sedat CANLI.

What is in common between Gelsenkirchen and Kolkata? One might shoot back saying "How can you even compare a tiny and tidy town from North-western Germany with one of the largest megacities in the world!" And yet, last eveningfootball did establish a connection:home teams of these 2 cities suffered drowning in their respective continental cup appearances by the same margin of 3 goals. But then again, compared to AFC Cup, UEFA Champions league seems like a tournament from a parallel universe.

Still comparison can be drawn Schalke 04, just like East Bengal, reminded usonce again the very important fact of football, ball possession and countless passes in midfield means nothing without scoring. Chelsea managed to absorb the heat ofan underperformed Schalke attack, and got goals through typical counter attackto bag full point from this away fixtureand top their UEFA Champions League group after Matchday 3, A victory that came following a script written by the "special one" Jose Mourinho.

like East Bengal again Al Kuwait FC, Schalke also got their best couple of chances within first 20 minutes, but neither Aogo nor an overlapping Uchida could convertthrough passesthey received on the top ofthe 6 yard box. Anopportunistic Fernando Torres header from a corner found the back of the net to give Chelsea early lead in 5th minute. Schalke tried their best to fight back into the contest by combining strong midfield play with overlap, mainly down the right flank for the rest of first half.

There was also a long-ranger from Kevin-Prince Boateng, and a header from a corner-kick by Matip towards the end of the half,both were saved by the Chelsea custodian Cech. 2nd half saw more pressure from Schalke with 54,000 fans behind them. Not much was happening for Chelsea early on except another Torres header from a set piece on 50th minute hitting the woodwork. Chelsea relied on their typical counter-attack football, masterminded by Jose Mourinho. And they played that with style and composer. Such was the fluidity and pace of their counter-attack that Schalke defence had no answer to it. Oscar and Hazard was combining so well at times that it could cover the voids in midfield laid by a deep-dropping Ramires or an ageing Frank Lampard.

Torres added another one to his name from such an attack down the middle on 68th minute. A handful Chelsea supporters in the stadium could sense victory by then. They started chanting 'Jose Mourinho' in homage to the mastermind behind Chelsea. And then Eden Hazard goal on 87th minute was the last nail in the coffin for Schelke. He had couple of excellent solo runs tearing apart the Schalke defence in the first half as well, but could not convert those efforts. This time though it was just superb; with a brilliant solo run from the central circle he did manage to get the better of two defenders and the advancing Schalke Keeper by sheer pace. Once again he shows why many consider him as one of the most promising midfielder of his generation.

Even after this defeat, Schalke 04 managed to hold on to the 2nd spot in the group with 6 points. They still have a fair chance to qualify for the knockout phase. But beyond that! Out of 4 goals they have scored in the competition so far, only one came from a striker, Kevin-Price Boateng. During my last visit to Veltins arena-I witnessed him debuting for the team as a central striker.

A record of 3 goals from 5 games in all competition might look impressive on paper, but he is yet to adjust to his new position as a striker. At times he was dropping to a more familiar midfield position, leaving his strike partner Clemens alone. It seems it will take more time till he finds his scoring boots against quality opposition like Chelsea. With their crucial attackerFarfan out for several weeks with an abductor muscle injury, it remains a concern for manager Jens Keller and his men.



RECORDS





UNBEATEN WINS
Inter Milan = 7 wins and 2 draws in 1963-64
Ajax = 7 wins and 2 draws in 1971-72
Ajax = 7 wins and 4 draws in 1994-95
Nottingham Forest= 6 wins and 3 draws in 1978-79
Liverpool = 6 wins and 3 draws in 1980-81
Liverpool = 7 wins and 2 draws in 1983-84
Milan = 5 wins and 4 draws in 1988-89
Milan = 7 wins and 5 draws in 1993-94
Red Star Belgrade = 5 wins and 4 draws in 1990-91
Marseille = 7 wins and 4 draws in 1992-93
Manchester United = 5 wins and 6 draws in 1998-99
Manchester United = 9 wins and 4 draws in 2007-08
Barcelona = 9 wins and 4 draws in 2005-06

Biggest wins
Dinamo Bucuresti beat Crusaders 11-0 in 1973-74
Feyenoord beat KR Reykjavik 12-2 in 1969-70
Manchester United beat Anderlecht 10-0 in 1956-57
Ipswich Town beat Floriana 10-0 in 1962-63
Benfica beat Stade Dudelange 10-0 in 1965-66
Leeds United beat Lyn 10-0 in 1969-70
Borussia Monchengladbach beat EPA Larnaca 10-0 1970-71
Ajax beat Omonia 10-0 in 1979-80
HJK Helsinki beat Bangor City in the second qualifying round in 2011-12

victory in a final is four goals
Real Madrid beat Eintracht Frankfurt 7-3 in 1959-60
Bayern Munich beat Atletico Madrid 4-0 in 1973-74
Milan beat Steaua Bucuresti 4-0 in 1988-89
Milan beat Barcelona 4-0 in 1993-94

5 goals in a match

Ove Olsson (Gothenburg), 6-1 against Linfield, preliminary round, 1959-60
Bent Lofqvist (Boldklubben 1913), 9-2 against Spora Luxembourg, preliminary round, 1961-62
Jose Altafini (Milan), 8-0 against Union Luxembourg, preliminary round, 1962-63
Ray Crawford (Ipswich), 10-0 against Floriana, preliminary round, 1962-63
Nikola Kotkov (Lokomotiv Sofia), 8-3 against Malm? FF, preliminary round, 1964-65
Florian Albert (Ferencvaros), 9-1 against Keflavik, preliminary round, 1965-66
Paul van Himst (Anderlecht), 10-1 away against Haka, first round, 1966-67
Gerd Muller (Bayern Munich), 9-0 against Omonia, second round, 1972-73
Claudio Sulser (Grasshoppers), 8-0 against Valletta, first round, 1978-79
Soren Lerby (Ajax), 10-0 against Omonia, second round, 1979-80
Lionel Messi (Barcelona), 7-1 against Bayer Leverkusen, round of 16, 2011-12


THREE HATTRICKS PLAYERS

Filippo Inzaghi (two for Juventus and one for Milan)
Mario G?mez (three for Bayern Munich)
Lionel Messi (three for Barcelona)
Michael Owen (two for Liverpool and one for Manchester United)

TOP SCORERS for 4 TIMES and 3 times

Gerd Muller (Bayern Munich) in 1972-73, 1973-74, 1974-75, 1976-77
Lionel Messi (Barcelona) in 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12
Ferenc Puskas (Real Madrid) in 1959-60, 1961-62 and 1963-64
Eusebio (Benfica) in 1964-65, 1965-66 and 1967-68
Jean-Pierre Papin (Marseille) in 1989-90, 1990-91 and 1991-92
Ruud van Nistelrooy (Manchester United) in 2001-02, 2002-03 and 2004-05

Name 			Goals 	Matches 	 
Raul 			71   	140 	 
Ruud van Nistelrooy 	56   	73 	 
Lionel Messi 		51 	68 	 
Thierry Henry 		50   	110 	 
Andriy Shevchenko 	48   	100 	 
Filippo Inzaghi 	45   	80 	 
Alessandro Del Piero 	41 	88 	 
Didier Drogba 		39   	75 	 
Cristiano Ronaldo 	38   	80 	 
Fernando Morientes 	33   	91 	 
David Trezeguet 	30   	58 	 
Patrick Kluivert 	29   	71 	 
Roy Makaay 		29   	61 	 
Zlatan Ibrahimovic 	28   	86 	 
Ryan Giggs 		27 	131 	 
Rivaldo 		27   	73 	 
Samuel Eto'o 		27   	69 	 
Kaka 			26   	70 	 
Wayne Rooney 		26 	66 	 
Karim Benzema 		26   	43 	 
Mario Jardel 		25   	46 	 
Hernan Crespo 		25   	64 	 
Paul Scholes 		24 	122 	 
Luis Figo 		24   	103 	 
Giovane Elber 		24   	68 	 
Mario Gomez 		24   	37 	 
Jari Litmanen 		23   	56 	 
Frank Lampard 		22 	88 	 
Serhiy Rebrov 		20 	41 	 
Marco Simone 		20   	34  

TOP MATCHES





04.11.2013: Juventus to face Real Madrid Tomorrow


Two European Football Girants, Italian champions Juventus and Spanish Giant Real Madrid will face in the Matchday 4 of UEFA Champions League Group 'B' match.

Juventus forward Fabio Quagliarella, who played the last 15 minutes of the 1-0 win at Parma may returns in the squad while their defender Giorgio Chiellini will miss the match he was sent off on 23rd Oct match. The Serie A Champions won their last three matches against Genoa, Catania and Parma without conceding a goal.

Madrid side had a 3-2 Victory against Rayo Vallecano on Saturday where Ronaldo scored twice to take his season's tally to 22 in all competitions. Xabi Alonso recovered from his broken foot could make his first Champions League start tomorrow. So far in UCL Real face tem for 15 times where they wo 8 games and lost 7 scored 14 but 16 goals scored against them by Juventus.

PROBABLE LINE UP TOMOROW

Juve: Buffon, Caceres, Bonucci, Barzagli, Isla, Vidal, Pirlo, Marchisio, De Ceglie, Tevez, Llorente

Real: Lopez; Carvajal, Pepe, Ramos, Marcelo; Alonso, Modric, Bale, Isco, Ronaldo, Benzema

 
 HEAD 2 HEAD 

14.02.1962  1961/62  Juventus 	  - Real Madrid 0:1 
26.02.1962  1961/62  Real Madrid  - Juventus 	0:1  
28.02.1962  1961/62  Real Madrid  - Juventus 	3:1  
22.10.1986  1986/87  Real Madrid  - Juventus 	1:0  
05.11.1986  1986/87  Juventus 	  - Real Madrid 1:0 
05.03.1996  1995/96  Real Madrid  - Juventus 	1:0  
20.03.1996  1995/96  Juventus 	  - Real Madrid 2:0  
20.05.1998  1997/98  Real Madrid  - Juventus 	1:0  
06.05.2003  2002/03  Real Madrid  - Juventus 	2:1  
14.05.2003  2002/03  Juventus 	  - Real Madrid 3:1  
22.02.2005  2004/05  Real Madrid  - Juventus 	1:0  
09.03.2005  2004/05  Juventus 	  - Real Madrid 2:0  
21.10.2008  2008/09  Juventus 	  - Real Madrid 2:1  
05.11.2008  2008/09  Real Madrid  - Juventus 	0:2  
23.10.2013  2013/14  Real Madrid  - Juventus 	2:1  




Final preview



Match Preview : Real vs Atletico - UCL final at Lisbon

 Uefa Champions League final Lisbon ADHIRAJ DUTTA - 24.05.2014 : "It is a moment that all Madridistas are dreaming about - the 'decima'. It is a trophy we have been looking to win for many years. Real Madrid have wanted it for a long time. Since the first day we came here, we've felt that positive pressure to win the Champions League. We feel like we are now one small step away from winning." - Cristiano Ronaldo

"It's the fruit of the labour that we've been doing for nearly three years. We responded well in the Europa League a year and a half ago, if I remember rightly. We still have the same humility, the same group ethic." - Diego Simeone

For the first time in the history of UEFA champions League, two clubs from the same city of a country will fight in the European Cup/Champions League trophy Final when Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid clash in the final at Lisbon. Atletico Madrid are the only team unbeaten in the Champions League this season (nine wins and three draws). EPL side Manchester United in 2008 was the last team to be crowned as champions without losing a single game

It is evident from the pre-match press conference itself that both teams want the UEFA Champions League equally badly. Be it the team with the heritage, be it the team with the element of surprise, Both Real Madrid and Atletico de Madrid, will battle it out in a match, which happens to be the first summit clash in the 58 year history of Europe's elite club competition,between two teams hailing from the same city. Thus whoever wins it in the end at the Estadio da Luz, Lisbon, history has already been made.

 Uefa Champions League final Lisbon Despite winning the tournament for a record 9 times, this is the first time in 12 years that Real Madrid is appearing in the final. In 2002, the Los Blancos claimed their 9th title beating Bayer Leverkusen 2-1, thanks to goals by Raul and Zinedine Zidane. But the title has remained elusive ever since then.

They have got a hugely successful manager in Carlo Ancelotti who has previously won the Champions League 3 times with AC Milan and so he does know what it takes to win in the final, and he'll be sure to mentor the star-studded side well. It has been rumoured that if Real does not win today, then Ancelotti might lose his job despite winning the Copa del Rey. So the pressure is certainly on him and his team to perform.

This season in the league: Real Madrid have won 71% of their matches. 76% of Real Madrid's matches had over 2.5 goals scored in total. While ....Atletico Madrid have won 74% of their matches. Atletico Madrid have won 68% of their away matches.

Meanwhile, Atletico de Madrid has absolutely nothing to lose and will go all out as well. They had featured only once in the final previously in 1974 when they lost 4-0 to a majestic Bayern Munich, owing to a brace each by Uli Hoeness and Gerd Muller. They will still be the underdogs even though they have been successful this season to break the stronghold of the Spanish 'Old Firm' and win their first Primera Liga title since 1996. Diego Simeone was there in that Atletico team and he has now won it for the Los Rojiblancos as a manager.

Simeone was known for his never-say-die attitude and he has instilled that same attitude in his Atletico team. "He's a God to us. If he says 'jump off the bridge', we jump. What he says to us comes true.". Yes, that is how influential Simeone has been to the team. Every single player believes in him and that is what has made this Atletico team very very fearless and very very special.

There are injury worries on both sides. Atletico top scorer Diego Costa and playmaker Arda Turan both sustained injuries during their final league match against Barcelona and though they had taken part in Thursday's training session, it remains to be seen whether Simeone will start those two as he has boldly claimed that there are other players who can take their place and perform equally well.

Real Madrid has their share of problems too- both striker Karim Benzema and volatile defender Pepe are racing against time to gain their fitness to start in this match and Ballon d'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo, who has spearheaded Real's Champions League campaign with a record 16 goals from 10 matches, has played only nine minutes in the last three weeks. However he has been training hard and is definitely expected to start. Midfield maestro Xabi Alonso is suspended for this tie and this adds to Real Madrid's woes. However with the depth that they have, they should still be able to field a really strong starting lineup.

We have witnessed four Madrid derbies this season. In the La Liga, Atletico beat Real Madrid 1-0 at the Bernabeu and drew 2-2 in the reverse league fixture at the Calderon. In the Copa del Rey semi final though, Real Madrid prevailed over their city rivals 5-0 on aggregate, thanks to comfortable 3-0 and 2-0 victories.

The two teams came head-to-head in the Champions League for three times and all the three matches comprised the same fixture in the 1958-59 semi final. After a 2-2 aggregate failed to separate the two sides (there was no extra-time or away goal rule back then), a replay was played and Real Madrid went on to win the game 2-1.

There will be a lot of sentiments regarding this final in Kolkata as well. While there are many people who have been supporting Real Madrid for a long time, given their rich history, Atletico's tie-up with Kolkata's ISL franchise has given many Calcuttans a new team to support as finally they have a top European team who they can say will represent their own Kolkata from now on. Thus not only will this be a Madrid Derby, it will be virtually a Kolkata Derby of sorts as well!

Tune in to Ten Action or Ten HD tonight to watch this mouth-watering clash. Kick-off is at 12.15am.