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Ancelotti keeps calm at the top
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UEFA Champions League

  • Astori has knee ligament damage: Roma

    Roma defender Davide Astori could be sidelined for several weeks after being diagnosed with knee ligament damage, the Serie A side announced Thursday.

  • Xavi content with bit-part role

    Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez insisted he hasn't been frustrated by his lack of opportunities under new boss Luis Enrique after starting for the first time this season in a much-changed side in a 1-0 victory over APOEL Nicosia on Wednesday.

  • Mourinho frustrated by Costa injury issue

    Jose Mourinho revealed Diego Costa is currently unable to play three games in a week after the Chelsea striker suffered a hamstring injury while on international duty with Spain.

  • Boateng, Huntelaar maintain German hold over English sides

    Jerome Boateng's late goal and a second-half equaliser from Klaas-Jan Huntelaar on Wednesday completed a good week for German clubs against their counterparts from England in the opening round of Champions League group games.

  • CSKA fans hospitalised after Roma violence

    At least two Russian CSKA Moscow fans were rushed to hospital, one with suspected stab wounds, on Wednesday following clashes between supporters of the Russian club and fans of Serie A side AS Roma, according to reports.

  • Schoene beauty as Ajax deny Paris

    A viciously struck free-kick by Danish international Lasse Schoene allowed Ajax to come from behind and draw 1-1 with Paris Saint-Germain in their Champions League Group F opener on Wednesday.

  • Boateng stunner gives Bayern late win over City

    A superb strike by Jerome Boateng with a minute remaining earned Bayern Munich a dramatic 1-0 victory against Manchester City in their opening Champions League game of the season on Wednesday.

  • Five-star Roma too good for CSKA

    Gervinho hit a first-half brace as AS Roma marked their return to the Champions League in stunning fashion on Wednesday with a 5-1 rout of CSKA Moscow.

European news

  • Everton return in style as Spurs, Celtic held

    Everton marked their first appearance in Europe since the 2009/2010 season with a 4-1 Europa League win over Wolfsburg on Thursday while Celtic and Tottenham were held to draws in tricky away assignments.

  • Celtic, Tottenham held on the road, Everton return

    Celtic and Tottenham were held to draws in tricky away assignments in their opening Europa League group excursions on Thursday.

  • FIFA calls time on luxury watches

    FIFA officials were on Thursday given until October 24 to hand back luxury watches offered as "gifts" by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF).

  • FIFA orders officials to hand back luxury watches

    FIFA officials were on Thursday given until October 24 to hand back luxury watches offered as 'gifts' by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF).

  • Yes or No for Celtic in Europa League

    Celtic face a tough trip to Salzburg on Thursday, the day of Scotland's independence referendum, while Everton host Wolfsburg and Tottenham go to Partizan Belgrade as the epic quest for the Europa League reaches the 48-team group phase.

  • Mourinho frustrated by Costa injury issue

    Jose Mourinho revealed Diego Costa is currently unable to play three games in a week after the Chelsea striker suffered a hamstring injury while on international duty with Spain.

  • Barcelona's Xavi content with bit-part role

    Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez insisted he hasn't been frustrated by his lack of opportunities under new boss Luis Enrique after starting for the first time this season in a much-changed side in a 1-0 victory over APOEL Nicosia.

  • Boateng, Huntelaar maintain German hold over English sides

    Jerome Boateng's late goal and a second-half equaliser from Klaas-Jan Huntelaar on Wednesday completed a good week for German clubs against their counterparts from England in the opening round of Champions League group games.

UEFA Champions League on MSN Sport Malaysia

Will APOEL be able to get past Real Madrid?

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  1.  
    59 %
    No way. Real will crush them.
    14 votes
  2.  
    8 %
    Of course. They've made it here. Why not?
    2 votes
  3.  
    33 %
    Too hard to call. Have to wait and see.
    8 votes

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