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Bayern's Carlo Ancelotti seeking revenge vs. Real Madrid - Hoeness

ESPN's SPI has Bayern as 2-1 favourites against Real Madrid in the UCL quarterfinals, the FC crew debate if it's warranted.
After learning of their UCL quarterfinal match with Real Madrid, Bayern's stars look ahead to the mouth-watering tie.
Zinedine Zidane and Carlo Ancelotti reflect on their time with each other at Madrid, and their hopes for their quarterfinal.
Shaka Hislop and Dan Thomas have their say on key matchups and predictions ahead of the UCL quarterfinals.

Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti will be extra motivated by his sacking at Real Madrid in 2015 when the two clubs meet in this season's Champions League quarterfinal, according to the German club's president Uli Hoeness.

Ancelotti was Madrid coach from 2013 to 2015 -- winning the Champions League and Copa del Rey trophies during this first season in charge -- but was then controversially fired by Los Blancos president Florentino Perez when his second year brought no major silverware.

He faces...

Adrien Rabiot confident PSG will get over thrashing at Barcelona

PSG boss Unai Emery says the joy of winning another Ligue 1 title will help the team recover from their loss to Barcelona.

Adrien Rabiot believes Paris Saint-Germain will get over their Champions League exit at Barcelona and one day go on to win the competition.

Unai Emery's men were thumped 6-1 away at Barcelona in the second leg of their round-of-16 clash after winning the first leg 4-0, completing an improbable 6-5 aggregate comeback for Luis Enrique's men -- who scored three times after the 88th minute.

"We were frustrated," Rabiot told TF1's "Telefoot" show. "If we had played the same way we did in the first...

Arsenal and Bayern Munich fined for fan misconduct in Champions League

From Barca's record-setting comeback to Leicester's impassioned victory, relive the best of the round of 16 second-legs.
The FC crew criticise Arsene Wenger's inability to move past Arsenal's Champions League exit against Bayern Munich.
Arsene Wenger has said Arsenal have done brilliantly to bounce back as they did after a heavy loss to Bayern.
Arsenal fans are calling for Wenger to step down, Alexis Sanchez appears to share a smile and more in The Sweeper.
Franck Ribery is hopeful Bayern Munich can win the treble this season after their 10-2 aggregate victory over Arsenal.

Arsenal and Bayern Munich have both been fined for fan incidents during the German team's 5-1 win at the Emirates this month.

UEFA handed Arsenal a €5,000 fine after a fan ran onto the pitch during the Champions League game, while Bayern will have to pay €3,000 as punishment for their supporters throwing objects.

The away fans threw rolls of toilet paper onto the pitch at the start of the game to protest high ticket prices, forcing play to be halted for a couple of minutes.

A pitch invader...

Tottenham's Dele Alli to serve three-match European ban for red card

Former Spurs defender Ledley King speaks about Tottenham's progression under Pochettino and their preseason preparations.
The Tottenham net-minder talks up the team's hopes to qualify for the UCL again, and their vision for league success.
Mauricio Pochettino admits there is no replacing Harry Kane, but he is delighted with Tottenham's win over Southampton.

Tottenham's Dele Alli has been banned for three European matches by UEFA for his red card in Tottenham's 2-2 draw against Gent last month.

Alli received a straight red card, the first of his career, for a dangerous high tackle on Gent's Brecht Dejaegere in the first half at Wembley, as Spurs' exited the Europa League in the round-of-32, having lost 1-0 in Belgium in the first leg.

The 20-year-old apologised to Dejaegere afterwards but, having assessed referee Jorge Sousa's match report, UEFA has...

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UEFA fines Barcelona €19k for pitch celebration against PSG

Barcelona's epic 6-1 victory over PSG came at a small cost.

UEFA have fined Barcelona €19,000 for the pitch invasion by supporters which occurred following their Champions League comeback victory over Paris Saint-Germain at the Camp Nou.

Barca overturned a 4-0 first-leg deficit with an improbable 6-1 win in the return match which culminated with a Sergio Roberto goal deep into stoppage time.

The right-back's goal sparked wild celebrations on the Camp Nou pitch, with players, staff and fans rushing to join the players on the field in triumph.

PSG boss Unai Emery says the joy of winning another Ligue 1 title will help the team recover from their loss to Barcelona.