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Ancelotti, Real always believed

Carlo Ancelotti

Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti never doubted his team's ability to get back into the UEFA Champions League final.

Sergio Ramos headed in a 93rd-minute equaliser for Real, who went on to claim their record 10th European crown with a 4-1 win after extra-time against Atletico Madrid in Lisbon on Saturday.

Gareth Bale, Marcelo and Cristiano Ronaldo struck in the additional period against a tiring Atletico side.

Ancelotti said he always believed his team would get back into the encounter, labelling the win a 'dream come true'.

"We thought we could tie until the last moment," the Italian said.

"We fought long and hard and it was easier after the goal.

"It is a dream come true. The happiness is very great. I dedicate this title to all my family."

Ramos said his goal was his most important, but dedicated it to the fans and his family as Real won their first European title since 2002.

"This is my most important goal ever. The satisfaction we've been able to give our fans is incredible, we've fought right up to the end," he said.

"It's not just my goal... it belongs to all Madridistas, to my family and everyone who has supported us up to the end. We really deserve this after so many years waiting.

"Explaining how I felt is inexplicable. It happened so fast, it didn’t sink in. We've made history at a massive level. We've brought the Champions League to everyone that loves football."


UEFA Champions League: Schalke 04 v Real Madrid

Schalke Real Madrid

Real Madrid can arrest their poor record in Germany and take a big step towards the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals by beating Schalke.

The sides meet in the last 16 of Europe's premier club competition on Wednesday, with Real having won just once in 25 attempts on their previous visits to German opposition

Real's solitary away victory over a German side came against Bayer Leverkusen in 2000.

However, Carlo Ancelotti's in-form side should be high on confidence going into their first-leg clash at the Veltins Arena, having moved three points clear at the top of La Liga over the weekend.

Ancelotti's charges have won 15 of their last 16 in all competitions, conceding just twice in their last five outings, and were also the leading scorers in the Champions League group stages.

With Cristiano Ronaldo providing nine goals, a record for the group stage, Real found the net 20 times when dominating a pool that also featured fellow qualifiers Galatasaray, Juventus and Copenhagen.

Ronaldo has missed Real's last three league games through suspension but can be expected to return in Gelsenkirchen, with Ancelotti, who tasted victory over Schalke with Milan in the 2005-06 Champions League, stating his intention to field a full-strength line-up.

"Before we play Schalke we'll have to see how (recent injury victims) Marcelo and (Fabio) Coentrao are," the Italian explained.

"We will play the strongest possible team. Now all the matches are extremely important. It might be a case of whoever doesn't play on Wednesday will play on Sunday (against Atletico Madrid)."

Schalke have displayed similarly impressive domestic form recently, enjoying a 100 per cent record since the Bundesliga's winter break up until Friday's goalless draw with Mainz.

While that stalemate ended their winning run, Schalke remain in the Bundesliga's top four and have been boosted by the return of Julian Draxler following an ankle injury.

Draxler could line up alongside the likes of Kevin-Prince Boateng, Max Meyer and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, with the latter set to feature against his former club.

The Netherlands international expects his side to ask questions of Real Madrid's defence.

"I think our best weapon is our attacking play. We can score a goal at any point during the match and we are always a threat up front," Huntelaar told Marca.

"You know that Germany tends to be a nightmare for Real Madrid. It's a good sign but we will see what happens. After all, this is football."

While Real have a poor record on German soil, Schalke will be well aware of the need to secure a positive result on Wednesday, having not won any of their last seven games in Spain.


UEFA Champions League: Galatasaray v Chelsea

Galatasaray Chelsea

Galatasaray's Didier Drogba faces former club Chelsea for the first time since leaving in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday.

Drogba is regarded as a legend by fans of the Premier League club, having clinched European glory in the competition with his final touch as a Chelsea player in the 2011-12 final against Bayern Munich.

Having scored 157 goals in 341 appearances for Chelsea, Drogba ensured a Hollywood ending at the club by converting the winning penalty against Bayern at the Allianz Arena.

However, Chelsea's fourth all-time highest scorer will be aiming to knock his former employers out of the competition when the sides meet in the last 16 at the Turk Telekom Arena.

The Ivorian has 12 goals to his name in all competitions this season, but Chelsea qualified top of Group E with the help of one of the tightest defences in the competition.

Along with Manchester United and Atletico Madrid, Chelsea conceded just three goals in the group stage and have been breached just once in their last five Premier League outings.

Their latest victory - a 1-0 win over Everton on Saturday - maintained their lead in England's top flight, but Samuel Eto'o is eager for his team-mates to take one game at a time in their quest to win the double in Jose Mourinho's first season back at the club.

"We have never thought that we can't win the title, but Jose Mourinho came to Chelsea to do big things for the long run which he is trying to do," Eto'o told the club's official website.

"We players believe that it is possible but at the same time it is not our mission. Right now we are not thinking about other teams or the end of the season, we are just focused on our next game and that is Galatasaray."

As well as Drogba, Galatasaray coach Roberto Mancini also has plenty of experience with Chelsea - albeit sitting in the opposition dugout.

Mancini was involved in a number of clashes with Chelsea during his time at Manchester City - winning six of nine meetings in all competitions - and the Italian has enjoyed a relatively successful tenure so far in Istanbul.

Currently sitting second in the Super Lig behind Fenerbahce, Mancini also guided his side to second in Group B after a dramatic win over Juventus in a delayed game in the Turkish capital.

Wesley Sneijder's goal five minutes from time sent Gala through in dramatic fashion in a fixture put back a day due to snow.

Galatasaray are aiming to reach the quarter-finals of the competition for a second successive season as they compete in the Champions League last 16 for just the second time.

However, they will look to avoid a repeat of Chelsea's only ever visit to Galatasaray, which saw the visitors pick up a 5-0 victory in 1999 courtesy of a Tore Andre Flo brace and further goals from Gianfranco Zola, Dennis Wise and Gabriele Ambrosetti.


Fernandinho Targeting Six-Point Haul from Champions League


Fernandinho has declared that Manchester City will be gunning for the full six points ahead of his side’s Champions League double-header against CSKA Moscow.

The Citizens, who are currently in second spot in Group D with three points from two games, will face the Russian side on 23rd October and 5th November in away and home fixtures respectively.

And Fernandinho has urged his team-mates to pick up the full points from the two matches, as that would put Manchester City in a commanding position to qualify to the knockout stages of the coveted tournament.

“This is all about six points because we play CSKA twice back-to-back and we must win there”, he explained to his club’s official site.

“If we do that and then beat them at home, we will take a big step towards qualification.”

The 28-year-old further added that the Etihad Stadium outfit will try to keep their focus on winning the CSKA game tomorrow despite a huge Premier League clash against Chelsea looming on the horizon on Sunday.

“We have two hard away games this week with Chelsea coming up on Sunday, but we will try to keep our concentration”, he added.

“We have to go for the win. We can’t think about the draw – we need to go there and leave with three points.”

Fernandinho joined Manchester City from Shakhtar Donetsk during the summer transfer window and has made 10 appearances in all competitions for his new employers so far.

The Citizens are 1.75 to secure a victory in Moscow on Wednesday and 2.62 to keep a clean sheet.

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Arsenal vs Napoli: Champions League


It looks to be a tough fight to the top between Arsenal & Napoli in Group F of the Champions League.

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Ahead of tomorrow's UEFA Champions League match against Napoli, Arsenal are gearing up to win their nine match in a row.

The Gunners, who are hosting tomorrow night, look to have a tough match on their hands though, following Napoli's 2-0 win over Genoa on Saturday, which saw them continue their winning streak having dropped points only once this season so far.

Arsene Wenger has admitted that winning their second home match would be a step in the right direction to qualify for the tournament's knockout stage.

Speaking to the club's official website, Wenger said: "To beat them certainly is something special and that will lift their confidence.

"We know from the Emirates Cup that they are a good side but we know as well that when you want to qualify then home games are vital.

"We have started very well but you know if you win the second game at home you have a good chance to qualify. But I wouldn't say it's already a decisive game.

"It's a game that will have a great weight on the end result of the qualifying teams. Let's deal well with that situation then we will be in a very positive mood to finish the job."

Arsene Wenger's side will be without Theo Walcott, Santi Cazorla, Yaya Sanogo, Lukas Podolski, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Abou Diaby through injury, but face no new concerns following their win against Swansea on Saturday.

Rafael Benitez, however, heads to the match with an arguably fitter side at his disposal - his only injury worry is full-back Christian Maggio, who is off with a knee problem.

Both teams have started the season with in an impressive fashion, and the fight to the top of the Group F table is looking unpredictable, especially after August's entertaining 2-2 draw at the Emirates Cup in August.


Group A Champions League - Betting Tips

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Match Preview: Shakthar Donetsk vs. Manchester United

Match Date: 02 October 2013 (local time)
Venue: Donbass Arena

Champions League Betting Tips – Champions League regulars, Manchester United and Shakthar Donetsk are both determined to dominate their group. Amidst the rivalry where neither of the club settles for second best, ending in a draw serves as their best option.

David Moyes’ wits shall be tested as he faces Ukrainian giants, Shakthar Donetsk. This is the very first time that Manchester United will encounter the club in the Champions League and one can look forward to a tight and exciting match.

The Red Devils had a smooth win when they thrashed Bayer Leverkusen in Old Trafford. Now that they are pitted against another Champion League, regular, Moyes is up for one of the fiercest battles in his career.

Similar to Moyes, Mircea Lucescu is also keen on winning the match. A disappointment in front of its supporters is the last thing that the club wants to experience.
As mentioned, Lucescu is far from being a green horn in the tournament. During the 2010-2011 season, he led the club to the competition’s quarter finals. They may have failed to clinch the silverware, but they have created history in their domestic league.

Prediction: A down the wire draw
Given the success of both clubs and determination to dominate their respective group, there is a high possibility for the match to end in a draw.

Lucescu has been in this position before and Moyes will certainly refuse to throw in the white towel easily. The Rooney-van Persie worked well for Moyes and they will be most likely to be the club’s go-to-guys during the match. But just the same, Lucescu is also counting on Alex Teixeira, who fired the club’s winning goals against Real Sociedad. One should not also forget Douglas Costa was a former transfer target of Manchester United is a real threat to the Red Devils.

Under such circumstance, indeed, a draw remains the best possible scenario for the said match.

Match Preview: Bayer Leverkusen vs. Real Sociedad

Match Date: 02 October 2013 (local time)
Venue: Bay Arena

Champions League Betting Tips – Bayer Leverkusen is set to exploit its home court advantage against Real Sociedad. With things working out well in Bundesliga, the club can afford to shift its focus into the Champions League and clinch their first victory in the tournament.

Bayer Leverkusen remains strong despite Andre Schürrle’s absence. The likes of Son Heung-Min and other young talents are instrumental in the club’s Champions League campaign.

The result of their matchday one in the tournament is far from being rosy. Manchester United thrashed them with 4 goals, while they only came up with 2. Nevertheless, perhaps playing in their own ground will give them the boost that they needed in the pitch.

Meanwhile, Real Sociedad fought hard for their spot in the tournament. Unfortunately, they are considered as Group A’s minnows.

Like Bayer, they also suffered defeat in their debut match. Shakhthar Donetsk kept a clean sheet and scored 2 goals to secure their first 3 points in the campaign.

Prediction: Bayer to exploit home court advantage

Bayer has been very consistent ion the domestic league. They currently occupy the 3rd spot in Bundesliga.

Entering the match against Real Sociedad, expect them to display a high degree of confidence as they make their supporters feel proud.

Real Sociedad, however, have bigger problems to attend to other than their Champions League campaign. In the domestic league, they have only won once in their last 5 matches and have been pretty contented with draws. Back in Spain, they still need to beat Barcelona to improve their chances of moving up the ranking, whereas Bayer can afford to have a little time to relax and prepare for both their Champions League and domestic league encounters.


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robin-van-persieMan Utd welcome Real Madrid to Old Trafford on Today 5th March with their UEFA Champions League last 16 tie in the balance.

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Ramos backs Real to oust United - champions league betting tips

sergio-ramos-homeReal Madrid stalwart Sergio Ramos believes that his side have the confidence needed to knock Manchester United out of the Champions League on Today evening.

The Spain international defender headed a late winner in the weekend La Liga El Clasico against Barcelona, with Real having also put the Catalans to the sword in the Copa del Rey last week.
That double success has given Ramos plenty of reasons to think that Real can come out on top against United at Old Trafford, with their last-16 tie evenly poised at 1-1 after the first leg.
Ramos said: "Psychologically the team has strengthened after the Clasicos and we go to Manchester convinced we can go through. We know we can go through.
"But now, more than ever, we must keep our feet on the ground. We haven't achieved anything yet. It's two Clasicos - one of them gave us the ticket to the Spanish Cup final and the second helped us reduce the gap in La Liga.
"We still have such a long way to go, but the desire is to eliminate United at Old Trafford. But we will go to Manchester showing great respect to our opponent."
Real, who have scored in all 15 away Champions League games played under current coach Jose Mourinho, are 1.66 to progress at the expense of United, with Cristiano Ronaldo 3.60 to open the scoring against his former club.
Meanwhile, the Spanish giants are 5.50 to be crowned European champions for a record tenth time.
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Evra: Ronaldo is the key - champions league betting tips

Christiano-Ronaldo-01Manchester United are planning to kill Cristiano Ronaldo with kindness to blunt his potency.

The Real Madrid winger will return to Old Trafford for the first time since his world record £80m move back in 2009 on Today night.
The Reds have a series of events and presentations planned around their Champions League showdown, with fans also set to reveal a new tribute banner in his honour.
United hold the slight advantage with an away goal following their 1-1 draw at the Bernabeu last month. They are 13.00 to win 1-0 in normal time, and are 5.00 to keep a clean sheet.
But Ronaldo, who scored with a brilliant header in Madrid and is 3.60 to score first on Today, will face a difficult task of controlling his emotions on the night.
Reds defender Patrice Evra insists: "Cristiano will get a great reception and it is difficult when you play with love.
"I remember after the Madrid game we had a chat. He said it was going to be more difficult coming here.
"We know that Ronaldo is a winner and a big competitor. If he can win against us he will do it."
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Srna fears class of Dortmund - champions league betting tips

Robert Lewandowksi has warned Dortmund not to play for a draw on Today.

robert-lewandowskiShakhtar Donetsk wing-back Darijo Srna has called Champions League opponents Borussia Dortmund 'one of the best teams in the whole of Europe'.

The two sides shared a 2-2 draw in the first leg of their last-16 tie in Ukraine, leaving Shakhtar with hope of making further progress, although Srna is not getting too carried away.
He told Fifa.com: "Borussia Dortmund are one of the best teams in the whole of Europe.
"We'll have to play even better in Dortmund to stand a chance of reaching the quarter-finals. Dortmund are favourites, but I'd estimate our chances to be around 40 per cent."
Shakhtar are 4.33 to qualify for the last eight at the expense of Dortmund, with the German outfit 1.22 to reach the quarter-finals and 8.00 to go on and win the competition for the second time in their history.
Meanwhile, Dortmund's star striker Robert Lewandowski has urged his side not to try and play for a draw on Today evening in the Westfalenstadion, warning that that would be a big danger.
"We can't play for a draw or aim to get a 0-0 or 1-1. That would be far too dangerous," the Pole told Bundesliga.com.
"We're at home after all, so we've got to be positive. We want to and have to get into the next round and that is the clear objective on Today."
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Late goals leave Hart distraught

Joe Hart said the Manchester City players should take the blame for their defensive inadequacies in the closing stages of the 3-2 defeat at Real Madrid.


Despite being outplayed by the Spanish champions for long periods, City led 2-1 at the Bernabeu in the Champions League encounter with only five minutes left, only to concede two late goals - scored by Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Hart had made several superb saves during the match but was also beaten by Marcelo's strike while Edin Dzeko and Aleksandar Kolarov scored the goals for Roberto Mancini's side.
The result leaves City at 13.00 to win the Champions League this season while Real can be backed at 4.50 to clinch European club football's most prestigious trophy.
Distraught City goalkeeper Hart said after the match: "You can't go 2-1 up with five minutes to go and lose the game. Who else can we blame? We can only blame ourselves.
"We dug deep, got a lead twice and we lost it, so we can only blame ourselves. It's hard to come off the field after losing 3-2 and be positive. I'm really sorry.
"We're not a team that should come here and pat ourselves on the back for doing well. We're a team that gets results."
City will hope to bounce back in the Premier League against Arsenal this weekend. It is a match they are 8.00 to win 2-1 while a 1-0 victory for the Gunners is available at 15.00.


Joyous LOSC lay down new roots

"We've made ourselves at home," declared Dimitri Payet after LOSC Lille christened their new stadium with an extra-time defeat of FC København that sealed a group stage place.

losc-lille"We've made ourselves at home in our new stadium," enthused LOSC Lille forward Dimitri Payet after his side claimed a UEFA Champions League group stage place at the end of an emotional evening at the Grand Stade Lille Métropole.

Making their European debut at their splendid new venue, the hosts required an extra-time header from Túlio De Melo to seal a 2-0 play-off success and finally see off FC København. Visiting goalkeeper Johan Wiland spoke of "a whole different game" to the first leg – which the Danish club won 1-0.

Dimitri Payet, LOSC forward
We were determined to change the direction of the tie after the first leg, when we were lacking in a lot of departments. Tonight we played well at both ends and in the tackles, so it's logical that we qualified. We had to be patient, we knew that if we scored once we'd have extra time and perhaps penalties in order to qualify, so we were patient and we were rewarded for our efforts. We worked very hard tonight and we're through.

It's great [to have won this first European match at the new stadium], particularly as it was a very difficult match and there was a lot of pressure surrounding this game. We created a connection with our fans and you could say we've made ourselves at home in our new stadium.

Franck Béria, LOSC defender
It's mission accomplished. This is why we do this job – the emotions are intense because this is the best-case scenario. Next time, we'll try to play well in both games but, joking apart, we're very happy because we had to show that we were the better team.

FCK are a very good team, though – I was impressed by how they didn't panic after going behind. They tried to move up from the back and caused us problems. We had to block the flanks because that's what they're good at – they have strong players on the wings and good crossing ability, and brought on fresh players.

We also tried to make the most of our experience over the last few years because these are matches that are very taxing physically and require you to think. You think that playing at home is an advantage – and it is because of the fans – but you also have to make sure you don't concede.

Our style of play is focused on attack and everyone takes part in attacking moves, but you need to have two or three players to keep things tight at the back and make sure you don't suffer on the counterattack.

Johan Wiland, FCK goalkeeper
We're very disappointed. We tried to come out on the sides [of the pitch] and get some crosses in, and we were a little more successful in the second half than we were in the first. It felt like we were getting into the game more, then they got the goal in extra time. It was a whole different game this time – at Parken, we had more time and more play, and it was a little bit harder to play the kind of game we played last time.

They were a little bit quicker on their feet and made it difficult for us. We had a chance in the first half to get the first goal and we didn't, and then they still had the crowd with them and they forced us a little bit more than they did last time.

Christoffer Remmer, FCK defender
It's unlucky. We had our chances and we knew they'd play differently from the first game and expected them to come at us with a lot of pressure, and we couldn't do more than we did.

We believed in [our chance of qualifying] because we only needed one goal and in the closing stages we had a few chances. We needed a little bit of luck but we were very close. It's a big disappointment. We have six good games to come in the Europa League and we hope to play well in those.

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