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 By Ben Jacobs

Kasper Schmeichel keeps Leicester City in it but Ahmed Musa flops

Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri said his side were scared to give up possession to Sevilla in the first half.

Leicester City rode their luck in Seville, but a resurgent second-half display saw Jamie Vardy score a vital away goal to give the Foxes a real chance of reaching the Champions League quarterfinals. The 2-1 loss at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan certainly felt like a victory.

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Positives

Leicester recovered superbly from a shaky first half in which they were lucky not to fall three or four goals down. Vardy also scored for the first time in the Champions League ending a 12-hour drought.

Negatives

Leicester...

Champs League loss to Atleti exposes Bayer Leverkusen's deficiencies

Man City and Atletico Madrid walk away impressive winners against their respective UCL round of 16 opposition in leg one.
BT Sport highlight: A sublime Saul goal set Atletico on their way against Leverkusen, netting 4 crucial away goals to win 4-2 on the night.
A sublime Saul goal set Atletico on their way against Leverkusen, netting 4 crucial away goals to win 4-2 on the night.
The FC panel react to Atletico Madrid's dominant win over Bayer Leverkusen, and how they've quietly been advancing all year.

Bayer 04 Leverkusen's defeat at home to Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night came down to a difference in size, as well as two goals. The Spanish visitors proved eine Nummer zu gross, as they say in Germany -- one size too big.

On another night, the home side could have scored a goal more, get a penalty (Javier Hernandez had a decent claim for an elbow in the face), defended less amateurishly. But for all the good work Roger Schmidt's young side (their average age is below 24) did with the ball, for...