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 By Nick Miller
8 hours ago

Luiz Adriano, Toni Kroos head up Champions League Team of the Week

The ESPN FC team look at the Group E standings after matchday three and take their picks on who will advance to the knockout rounds.
Team of the week
There were plenty of goals this round, so plenty of attackers to choose from.

With the Champions League group stage matchday three now in the bag, we take a look at the players who lit up Europe on Tuesday and Wednesday night:

Goalkeeper: There was definitely a temptation to pick Manuel Neuer between the sticks in this week's Champions League Team of the Week. It might seem odd considering the German side's defence wasn't exactly the focal point of their steamrollering of Roma, but Neuer made a couple of near-miraculous saves to deny Gervinho, saves that might well have been...

 By Mina Rzouki
12 hours ago

Questions persist as Juventus slump to another Champions League defeat

ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein breaks down Juventus' losing performance against Olympiakos.

Is it fear? Poor tactics? Individual mistakes? It's certainly something as Juventus slumped to another defeat in the Champions League, losing 1-0 to Olympiakos in the Karaiskakis Stadium.

Carlos Tevez instantly spoke of changing the mentality of this group when questioned about the defeat after the game. A team capable of astonishing performances in Serie A, Juventus are renowned for playing a confident and mesmeric brand of football. They push forward in all directions, their defence alert and sturdy...

14 hours ago

Diego Godin again infallible as Atletico Madrid blitz Malmo in the Champs Lge

Diego Godin scored for Atletico from a set peice again. Is the Uruguayan a Ballon D'Or contender?

Atletico Madrid produced a sensational second half as they dismantled Swedish side Malmo 5-0 on Wednesday evening at the Vicente Calderon.

Having created the better chances for no reward in the opening 45, a sense of frustration was starting to seep in as the second half kicked off. Up stepped Koke -- the academy graduate not only opened the scoring but he laid on three more as the La Liga winners gave their Allsvenskan counterparts a harsh Champions League lesson.

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Goals from Mario Mandzukic, Antoine...

15 hours ago

Outclassed Liverpool no longer on same level as Real Madrid

Former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol calls out his club for playing with a lack of heart and determination against Real Madrid.

LIVERPOOL -- The pre-match entertainment was seductively good. They were playing the tape of one of Anfield's greatest European nights as an appetiser. Liverpool's television channel broadcast a favourite programme, replaying the 2009 night they beat the mighty Real Madrid 4-0.

And that, frankly, represented the highlight of Liverpool's evening. After the nostalgia, the here and now. After one historic humiliation, a record-breaking reverse. Only Alvaro Arbeloa, a winner on both occasions, could...

16 hours ago

Benzema, Ronaldo lead the ratings as the European champs show their class

After becoming quite familiar with Anfield during his time at Manchester United, Cristiano Ronaldo notched his first ever-goal there in Real Madrid's 3-0 win over Liverpool.

Much was made of Real Madrid's big week, but they started it in comfortable fashion with a 3-0 victory over Liverpool, a club they had previously not defeated in Europe's elite competition. The European champions wanted to right some wrongs after suffering three losses from as many matches against their opposition in Europe and they did just that on Merseyside.

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Cristiano Ronaldo had some wrongs to right too after failing to find the back of the net in five previous visits to Anfield, and his opener...

18 hours ago

Player ratings: Gibbs, Sanchez and subs star for Arsenal

Arsenal notched two goals in the dying embers of the match as Kieran Gibbs and Lukas Podolski propelled the Gunners to a 2-1 win over Anderlecht.

Arsene Wenger's 65th birthday present arrived late, but he won't mind one bit. The Arsenal manager got the three points he was after as the Gunners grabbed two goals in the final two minutes to snatch victory from Anderlecht.

After Andy Najar had headed beyond reserve goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez, the Belgian champions had looked set to win their first Champions League match in 11 games. However, Kieran Gibbs and Lukas Podolski struck to turn the tie around and give Arsenal a vital result.