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UEFA Champions League

 By Ben Gladwell

Giorgio Chiellini on Luis Suarez ahead of UCL final: 'I don't bear a grudge'

The ESPN FC crew believe Luis Suarez should just accept responsibility for his bite on Giorgio Chiellini during the World Cup.

Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini says he is bored of talking about his reunion with Luis Suarez in the Champions League final, insisting he does not bear a grudge against the Barcelona forward.

Suarez was banned for four months after biting Chiellini during Italy's 1-0 defeat to Uruguay at the World Cup last summer. The two will meet for the first time since that incident in the Champions League final on June 6, but Chiellini insists it is no big deal.

"We beat Real Madrid last week and all that...

Juventus' destiny: Buffon, Pirlo earn a Champions League final berth in Berlin

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop blames Sergio Ramos and a stagnant Real Madrid defense for allowing Alvaro Morata to get his goal.

"We're going to Berlin!" Italy fans sang in 2006. The 5,000 Juventus fans who made the trip to the Bernabeu are singing it again now. Gianluigi Buffon, Andrea Barzagli and Andrea Pirlo are returning to the scene of their World Cup triumph.

Juventus are back in a Champions League final for the first time in 12 years after knocking out Real Madrid just as they did at this stage back then. Maybe it really is their destiny? Never underestimate how intangibles like these can inexplicably take on a life...

 By Lee Roden

Luis Suarez faces mental test with Evra and Chiellini in Barca-Juve UCL final

ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes Barcelona have enough flexibility to have Luis Suarez changing positions, with the likes of Neymar and Lionel Messi also leading the attack.

The Champions League and Luis Suarez are inextricably intertwined, at least in the striker's mind. Interviewing him for TalkSPORT around this time last year, the Uruguayan spoke at length about several topics but the one area he constantly referred back to was Europe's premier competition.

"Dream" was the noun he used most. In the four long years he spent away from it, the Champions League had taken on something of a mystical quality for Suarez. The simple pursuit of hearing that anthem again was...