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Champions League Does It Again

Musa and Ryan round up another breathless week of Champions League games beginning with Manchester City’s statement win over PSG, which sees them top of Group A. Then there’s the rest of Wednesday’s action, Dortmund’s nightmare in Lisbon, Milan’s late winner, Thiago’s wonderful goal, and Ajax securing top spot. In Part 2, it’s on to Tuesday night, with Manchester United doing Manchester United things, a six-goal thriller between Young Boys and Atalanta, Chelsea’s dismissal of Juventus, and more.
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👋🏽 Check these managers who lost jobs this season

Heads have really rolled this term. Manchester United’s Ole Gunnar Solskjaer became the latest manager to lose his job this season. Let’s take a look at five managers who became unemployed in 2021/22. Solskjaer’s sacking was somewhat a matter of when rather than if. The Norwegian’s futures looked bleak after...
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Southampton offer teenager improved new contract amid growing interest from top European clubs

Southampton have offered teenage midfielder Kegs Chauke a new and improved contract amid growing interest from a number of top European clubs, HampshireLive understands. The England youth star will see his current contract, his first as a professional, expire at the end of the season, putting the club at serious risk of losing one of their brightest young stars on a free transfer.
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Cristiano Ronaldo on course to repeat Champions League history

Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo is on course to repeating Champions League history following his goal on Tuesday night. The Portuguese scored the opener as Man United won 2-0 away to Villarreal, which also booked their place in the knockout phase. Ronaldo became the only player to score in every Champions...

Atalanta grab last-gasp equaliser at Young Boys amid late goal flurry

Atalanta's Luis Muriel came off the bench to equalise two minutes from time and snatch a 3-3 draw at Young Boys Berne in a frenetic finish to their Champions League clash on Tuesday. The Italians had been 2-1 up with 10 minutes remaining and looking to move into second place...

Maguire: Let's get the job done

If the Reds win this evening's encounter at Estadio La Ceramica in Spain, qualification from Group F will be assured with one game still to spare. And even though that concluding home game against Young Boys offers a safety net to United, Maguire is determined to progress without it and produce a performance that restores some pride after the weekend's harrowing defeat to Watford and subsequent departure of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer from the manager's position.

Qualification in the balance as Atalanta and Young Boys share six goals

Atalanta ended up having to come from behind having lost two leads to draw 3-3 away to Young Boys in Champions League Group F on Tuesday evening. Duvan Zapata put La Dea ahead early on and they looked comfortable for much of the first half before Jordan Pefok levelled with a header. Jose Luis Palomino scored a stunning second for the Italians to put them back in front, but two quickfire strikes from Vincent Sierro and Silvan Hefti temporarily had Gian Piero Gasperini’s side sitting bottom of the group.
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Atalanta coach Gasperini accepts Young Boys draw: Though even Mess would struggle on plastic pitch

Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini admits they could've lost at Young Boys on Tuesday night. La Dea drew 3-3 at their Champions League opponents after twice taking the lead. Gasperini said, "We were leading twice, we conceded on a corner and a throw-in, had threatened the third goal many times. We lost concentration and intensity in the second half, giving Young Boys reason to feel confident and their home fans helped them believe too.

Atalanta player ratings vs Young Boys: Palomino repays the fans’ faith

Jose Luis Palomino‘s improvement this season continued away to Young Boys as Atalanta claimed a 3-3 draw with the Swiss champions to keep their qualification hopes alive in the Champions League. Palomino netted the second of Atalanta’s three goals as Colombian pair Duvan Zapata and Luis Muriel scored the others,...

Villarreal and United play their first qualifying option

Villarreal and Manchester United face this Tuesday at the Estadio de la Cerámica a decisive match for the future of the group, since both teams can certify their classification of winning this match, based on the result of Atalanta, which is third two points behind both and which is measured against Young Boys in Switzerland.

Champions: Barca under test Benfica, Man City-Psg highlight

The timid signs of recovery glimpsed in the derby with Espanyol give Xavi hope that Barcelona, ​​which he has just taken in hand, will be able to beat Benfica tomorrow at the Camp Nou and qualify as runner-up in group E of the Champions League, behind the Bayern. If this is the most delicate match of the fifth round, the key match however takes place at the Etihad Stadium: Manchester City, after the knockout of Paris, receives the PSG having two out of three results to keep the first place. Guardiola finds Messi, who has just unlocked in Ligue1. Among the most significant matches also Villarreal-Manchester United, Chelsea-Juventus, Atletico-Milan and Sporting-Dortmund. While Juve are already qualified, they are almost done for Inter if they defeat Shakhtar. L'Atalanta is approaching if they win in Bern against Young Boys, while to continue hoping Milan must win at Atletico Madrid.

Jordan Pefok scores for Young Boys in six-goal Champions League thriller vs. Atalanta

Jordan Pefok’s strong season with Swiss side Young Boys continued on Tuesday with the American striker scoring for the second-straight match this month. Pefok helped Young Boys earn a 3-3 draw in UEFA Champions League group stage play, contributing his 11th goal of the season in all competitions. The U.S. men’s national team striker drew David Wagner’s side level in the 39th minute, keeping Young Boys’ slim hopes of reaching the knockout stage alive.

UEFA Champions League 2021-22 Young Boys vs Atalanta LIVE Streaming: When and Where to Watch Online, TV Telecast, Team News

The fourth team in Group F Young Boys are set to welcome third-placed Atalanta BC in their next UEFA Champions League game on Wednesday at the Stade de Suisse. The Young Boys have just three points from their opening four games to show while Atalanta have collected five points from as many games. The home side are on a four-match winless streak, which also includes a 0-2 loss at the hands of Villarreal in their last UCL game. In their most recent encounter, they were held to a 1-1 stalemate by Grasshopper in their domestic league.

United qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League with a morale-boosting victory over Villareal

Michael Carrick’s first game in charge as interim boss pays immediate dividends as Reds win 2-0 Villareal v Manchester United had an atmosphere of anxiety and desperation about it with the Reds in freefall, seeking their fifth manager in the last eight years since Alex Ferguson announced his retirement and chose David Moyes as his successor.