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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

'There are no giants' in wide open Group H, says Lyon's Hubert Fournier

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes look ahead to the Champions League campaigns for Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus and Bayern Munich.

Lyon manager Hubert Fournier said "there are no giants" in Group H after his side were drawn with Valencia, Zenit St. Petersburg and Gent.

Last year's Ligue 1 runners-up received a favourable draw thanks to UEFA's new seeding policy that sees the champions from the top eight sides placed together in the top pot.

That moved perennial powers like Real Madrid and Manchester United into the second pot, and gave Lyon a legitimate chance to advance to the knockout stage.

"It's a pretty open group. That...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man City get tricky Champions League group vs. Juventus; relief for United

Last year no Premier League side made it past the Champions League round of 16. How will they fare this year?
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes go group-by-group to break down the 2015 UEFA Champions League draw.

Manchester City have been handed a tough Champions League group stage draw against Juventus, Sevilla and Borussia Monchengladbach.

City, who also dealt with tough draws in the past four seasons of the Champions League, were selected in Group D with last season's finalists and the Europa League champions.

Holders Barcelona, meanwhile, are in Group E alongside Roma, who finished second in Serie A last season, Bayer Leverkusen and BATE Borisov.

Barcelona lifted the trophy for the fifth time in their...

 By PA Sport

Gent secure their first Belgian league title

Gent celebrate after securing the first title in their history on Thursday.

Gent secured the first Belgian league title in their 115-year history on Thursday with a 2-0 victory over Standard Liege in their penultimate Championship playoff match.

Sven Kums opened the scoring after 19 minutes and Renato Neto put the result beyond doubt by converting a 51st-minute penalty.

The triumph maintained Gent's five-point cushion over Club Brugge -- who were 3-2 winners at Charleroi -- with just one game to go.

The Belgian league has become a nailbiter since it introduced a playoff...