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 By Mark Lovell

Thiago, Arjen Robben help Bayern teach Arsenal another harsh lesson

Bayern Munich took a commanding lead in their tie against Arsenal, while Real Madrid came from behind to beat Napoli.
BT Sport highlight: Bayern Munich scored four goals in the second half to send Arsenal to the brink of crashing out of the Champions League.
Bayern Munich scored four goals in the second half to send Arsenal to the brink of crashing out of the Champions League.
Relive the most memorable moments from Wednesday's Champions League round of 16 matches.
The FC crew question just how good Bayern Munich can be and if their big win over Arsenal has made them UCL favourites.

Bayern Munich emphatically swept aside perennial whipping boys Arsenal 5-1 to seal a 16th successive Champions League home win.

Arjen Robben's stunning 11th-minute opener was cancelled out by Alexis Sanchez's equaliser on the half hour. But buoyant Bayern took command after the break after Arsenal visibly wilted after losing their captain, Laurent Koscielny, to injury.

Two goals from Thiago and a goal apiece from Robert Lewandowski and substitute Thomas Muller mean Bayern already have one foot in...

Is this Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger's last shot at Champions League glory?

Take a look at the key matchups as Bayern Munich and Arsenal clash in the Champions League.
Alison Bender and Don Hutchison get in the Bavarian spirit ahead Bayern Munich vs Arsenal.
Mark Donaldson and Craig Burley make their predictions for the first-leg matches of this week's UCL ties.
The FC crew have their say about which sides will survive the round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League.
Matt Hummels has praised the quality of his German compatriot as Bayern Munich prepare to face Arsenal on Wednesday night.

Arsene Wenger will take charge of his 177th Champions League match when Arsenal face Bayern Munich in the Allianz Arena on Wednesday, painfully aware that the 178th may well turn out to be his last.

The Arsenal manager might yet stay on at the Emirates beyond the end of this season, taking his reign past the 21-year mark, but the old certainty of the North London giants securing Champions League football -- regardless of their performance in the competition itself -- is no longer quite so secure...

Busy February holds the key to Barcelona's Treble hopes

Luis Enrique
Luis Enrique's side will be very busy in February but a good month could set Barca on track for a run at a Treble.

Luis Enrique doesn't usually give an opinion on cup draws which haven't taken place, but on Thursday, smiling after his Barcelona side had beaten Real Sociedad 5-2, he broke one of his own rules. 

"Of course I would like a Barca-Celta Vigo final," he admitted in his postgame news conference after the Blaugrana had reached the Copa del Rey semifinal. 

What he didn't admit, though, was that he probably would have preferred to avoid Atletico Madrid. Instead, that is exactly what his...

Carrasco, Atletico Madrid forever improving

Atletico Madrid's hard-fought win over Rostov on the face of it might mean three points, top spot in Group D and an almost certain place in the knockout stages of the Champions League, but in reality it is so much more than that.

Without wanting to sound melodramatic, it was a sign that this version of Atleti are advancing and improving. That Los Rojiblancos, once so reliant on Antoine Griezmann to get them out of jail, are now capable of winning a game in which their star man does not perform or...

Tuchel still trying to find his best Dortmund XI ahead of Legia opener

After a one-year absence, Borussia Dortmund returns to Europe's most illustrious competition in club football on Wednesday.

Their first UEFA Champions League match takes them to Warsaw, where the Black and Yellows will go up against Legia, who are the reigning Polish champions and cup winners.

For coach Thomas Tuchel, meanwhile, it will be the first time he will get to hear the tunes of George Frederic Handel's "Zadok the Priest," rewritten by Tony Britten.

"There is no special tension," Tuchel said...

 By Terry Daley

Thomas Vermaelen, Juan Jesus fail to fire in Giallorossi debuts

AS Roma appeared to have had the opening leg of their Champions League playoff match against Porto by the scruff of the neck following Felipe's 21st-minute own goal on Wednesday, before promptly melting down in front of the Dragoes exciting-but-flaky attack.

Andre Silva levelled the score for the hosts just after the hour following Emerson Palmieri's handball, and Roma could count themselves very lucky that the Portuguese club's finishing was as poor as it was after Thomas Vermaelen's red card left...