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The UCL quarterfinals in numbers

UEFA Champions League

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Juventus' Gianluigi Buffon breaks another record

Gab Marcotti discusses how the links between Juventus President Andrea Agnelli and organised crime are impacting the club.

Juventus won 1-0 away at Sampdoria in a match that left Max Allegri fuming at the final whistle. The Juve boss didn't like the way that after an exceptional first half, his side conceded chances after the break rather than simply administering the lead and remaining watertight. I thought his criticism was a bit over the top but you can see why he fears complacency.

Meanwhile, Gigi Buffon broke Giampiero Boniperti's record for Serie A minutes played in a Juventus jersey. It's one of those marks that...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus fail to shine but Cuadrado lone strike enough to seal victory

Massimo Allegri has set a firm points total for Juve to achieve to guarantee their campaign ends with a Scudetto.

Juventus defeated Sampdoria 1-0 to collect another three vital points away from home, but after a terrific start to the match, game management was what got the Bianconeri over the line.

Attacking from all angles, Juventus intimidated Sampdoria and took control of the game, exploiting their superiority to score a quick goal. Swift movements coupled with great combinations resulted in entertaining football.

However, when Paulo Dybala left the pitch with a suspected thigh injury, Juve suffered a decline...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus cannot play like it's a friendly if they hope to knock off Barcelona

Max Allegri says playing Barcelona should be a normal occasion for a club with Juventus' European ambitions.

In what will be a repeat of the 2015 final, Juventus will once again take on Barcelona in the quarterfinals of the Champions League. And while they are trying to concentrate on their upcoming Serie A clash against Sampdoria, all anyone can discuss is Barcelona. Can Juve overcome the Catalan side that managed the greatest comeback in European football?

Based on talent alone, Juventus are not inferior and haven't been for some time, yet talent will not be the defining factor when the two sides clash...

 By Nick Ames

Atletico, Monaco, Bayern Munich, Juventus expected to advance in UCL

Gab Marcotti explains why each of the four UEFA Champions League quarterfinals has the potential to dazzle.

With the draw for the Champions League quarterfinals made, here's a look at how the matches could go. Apologies, Leicester fans, but the dream may end here.

Atletico Madrid vs. Leicester City

Craig Burley promises to unleash a prolonged rant on La Liga if Atletico Madrid are knocked out of the UCL by Leicester.

Of all the clubs Leicester could have met in the quarterfinals, they were drawn against the only one they had faced before. Admittedly, much has changed since Martin O'Neill's Foxes lost 4-1 on aggregate to Atletico in a UEFA Cup first-round tie in 1997, with Ian Marshall earning a place in the history...

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UCL draw: Bayern vs. Real Madrid the big one as Leicester take on Atletico

Gab Marcotti explains why each of the four UEFA Champions League quarterfinals has the potential to dazzle.

The quarterfinal draw for the Champions League has been made, with some intriguing ties.

BAYERN MUNICH: BOOM! The big one as Bayern Munich face holders Real Madrid. But Bayern will be relieved to avoid an all-German clash (no, it's not a Klassiker) and also avoid Real's noisy neighbours Atletico, who dumped them out in the semifinals last time under Pep Guardiola. Of course, the main narrative will surround Bayern boss Carlo Ancelotti plotting his way past Real, whom he led to the historic...

 By Shaka Hislop

Power Rankings: Juventus still top, Bayern second, Real Madrid third

Nuno Espirito Santo has insisted that Juventus could go on to win the Champions League after knocking out his Porto side.
The FC guys discuss Juve's place among the Champions League favourites as they take an unbeaten record into the quarterfinals.

Juventus' reign continues atop the Power Rankings after another brilliant week for Max Allegri's team. Who will catch them? Anyone?

1. Juventus (no change)

It's as-you-were at the top after the leaders claimed a pair of one-goal wins. And it was a tale of two Paulo Dybala penalty kicks as Juve first saw off Milan in Serie A with a controversial, injury-time spot kick and then completed a Champions League last-16 win vs. Porto.

2. Bayern Munich (no change)

Carlo Ancelotti's side lead...