It's been a gloomy start to 2014 for English Premier League teams in Europe as only Tottenham achieved what five rivals failed to do - WIN. Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City all opened the Champions League knockout phase with first-leg losses, while Chelsea drew. Last night, Swansea got knocked out
Tottenham were the only English side that brought smiles to their football fans last night, achieving what five other rivals failed to do - WIN. Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City all opened the Champions League knockout phase with first-leg losses, while Chelsea drew. But on Thursday, straight after Swansea was
Wednesday- February 26, 2014/Kick off: 8:45PM/Last 16/Turk Telekom Arena Galatasaray are a very good and stable side no doubt and they can stun Chelsea tonight especially if there display against Juventus in the final group game is being conidered. With a couple of game-changing personnel in Wesley Sneijder and Didier Drogba,
Tuesday- February 25, 2014/Kick off: 8:45PM/Last 16/Karaiskakis Stadium United have won all four of the clubs' past encounters, which came in the 2001/02 and 2002/03 first group stages. Ryan Giggs has featured every time, scoring three goals. United will look to avoid defeat here as well as look for an away
Tuesday- February 25, 2014/Kick off: 6:00PM/Last 16/Stadion Petrovski This will be the first competitive meeting between these two sides and only the second time the Russian side have made it through to the last 16. In 2011/12 they beat Benfica 3-2 at home, Roman Shirokov scoring twice, but lost 2-0 away.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini questioned the impartiality of referee Jonas Eriksson and accused the Swede of deciding the outcome of their 2-0 Champions League defeat by Barcelona on Tuesday. City fell behind in their last-16 first-leg clash when Eriksson awarded a penalty to the visitors in the 53rd minute for a foul by Martin
A Zlatan Ibrahimovic double helped Paris Saint-Germain cruise to a 4-0 win in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League last-16 tie with Bayer Leverkusen at the BayArena. An early goal from Blaise Matuidi after great work from the excellent Marco Verratti set PSG on their way, and the result never looked