Champions League

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Photo: Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski continued his fine run of form in front of goals, scoring two as his team ran out 4-1 winners on the night and 7-1 aggreagte winners over Chelsea in the return leg Champions League round of 16 match at the Allianz Arena on Saturday. (Getty Images)

 

 

 

 

Barcelona and Bayern Munich avoided any potential banana skins, as they eased through to the quarter finals of the UEFA Champions League on Saturday with routine wins over Napoli and Chelsea respectively.

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‘Ole at the wheel’ the sentiments echoed by the jubilant Manchester United fans after finishing third behind champions Liverpool and Manchester City in what could be dubbed as a ‘roller coaster’ season.

In December 2018, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was confirmed as caretaker manager of United for the remainder of that season. Life at Manchester United could not have been better for Ole in his first 10 games. No other United manager had won their first eight straight games at the helm, Ole had nine wins and a draw from his first ten.

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When the protracted English Premier League season concludes today, one of three teams near the top of the table will be left bitterly disappointed.

In what has to be one of the most interesting chases for Champions League places in the English Premier League, two of three teams, Manchester United (63 points), Chelsea (63 points) and Leicester City (62 points) will seal their place, while the other will be left holding the bag.

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Photo: Champions League draw (AP)

 

With the busy and exciting Festive Period about to take centrestage in the Barclays Premier League, other leagues around Europe are already on a break as they recognize the Christmas holidays. The top clubs in Italy, Spain and Germany in particular who are still in the Champions League will be afforded time off, which could be of huge significance as their players can get some much needed rest as well as time to relax with their families.