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Bayern Munchen sementara tertinggal 1-2 secara agregat dari Real Madrid pada semifinal Liga Champions 2017-2018.
Sebut Real Madrid Punya Kelemahan, Bek Bayern Munchen Pede Bisa Comeback
Bayern Munchen sementara tertinggal 1-2 secara agregat dari Real Madrid pada semifinal Liga Champions 2017-2018.
Toni Kroos, mengatakan kemenangan 2-1 atas Bayern Munchen pada leg pertama Liga Champions Champions 2018, Kamis (26/4/2018), tak membuat posisi timnya aman.
Toni Kroos Sebut Posisi Real Madrid Belum Aman
Toni Kroos, mengatakan kemenangan 2-1 atas Bayern Munchen pada leg pertama Liga Champions Champions 2018, Kamis (26/4/2018), tak membuat posisi timnya aman.
Real Madrid menang 2-1 di kandang Bayern Munchen pada leg pertama semifinal Liga Champions.
Gol Marcelo Bawa Keberuntungan untuk Real Madrid
Real Madrid menang 2-1 di kandang Bayern Munchen pada leg pertama semifinal Liga Champions.
Le mercredi 2 mai prochain, les équipes de l'AS Roma et de Liverpool s'affronteront en direct sur C8 pour la demi-finale retour de la Ligue des Champions.
AS Rome-Liverpool : sur quelle chaîne voir le match de Ligue des champions à la télévision et en streaming ?
Le mercredi 2 mai prochain, les équipes de l'AS Roma et de Liverpool s'affronteront en direct sur C8 pour la demi-finale retour de la Ligue des Champions.
Actuel entraineur de Francfort, Niko Kovac a regardé avec attention le match de Ligue des Champions entre le Real Madrid et le Bayern Munich, son futur adversaire en Bundesliga. Le Croate, qui prendra la succession de Jupp Heynckes la saison prochaine, croit aux chances du champion allemand.
Demies - Kovac : "Le football allemand derrière le Bayern"
Actuel entraineur de Francfort, Niko Kovac a regardé avec attention le match de Ligue des Champions entre le Real Madrid et le Bayern Munich, son futur adversaire en Bundesliga. Le Croate, qui prendra la succession de Jupp Heynckes la saison prochaine, croit aux chances du champion allemand.
Actuel entraineur de Francfort, Niko Kovac a regardé avec attention le match de Ligue des Champions entre le Real Madrid et le Bayern Munich, son futur adversaire en Bundesliga. Le Croate, qui prendra la succession de Jupp Heynckes la saison prochaine, croit aux chances du champion allemand.
Demies - Kovac : "Le football allemand derrière le Bayern"
Actuel entraineur de Francfort, Niko Kovac a regardé avec attention le match de Ligue des Champions entre le Real Madrid et le Bayern Munich, son futur adversaire en Bundesliga. Le Croate, qui prendra la succession de Jupp Heynckes la saison prochaine, croit aux chances du champion allemand.
Actuel entraineur de Francfort, Niko Kovac a regardé avec attention le match de Ligue des Champions entre le Real Madrid et le Bayern Munich, son futur adversaire en Bundesliga. Le Croate, qui prendra la succession de Jupp Heynckes la saison prochaine, croit aux chances du champion allemand.
Demies - Kovac : "Le football allemand derrière le Bayern"
Actuel entraineur de Francfort, Niko Kovac a regardé avec attention le match de Ligue des Champions entre le Real Madrid et le Bayern Munich, son futur adversaire en Bundesliga. Le Croate, qui prendra la succession de Jupp Heynckes la saison prochaine, croit aux chances du champion allemand.
Actuel entraineur de Francfort, Niko Kovac a regardé avec attention le match de Ligue des Champions entre le Real Madrid et le Bayern Munich, son futur adversaire en Bundesliga. Le Croate, qui prendra la succession de Jupp Heynckes la saison prochaine, croit aux chances du champion allemand.
Demies - Kovac : "Le football allemand derrière le Bayern"
Actuel entraineur de Francfort, Niko Kovac a regardé avec attention le match de Ligue des Champions entre le Real Madrid et le Bayern Munich, son futur adversaire en Bundesliga. Le Croate, qui prendra la succession de Jupp Heynckes la saison prochaine, croit aux chances du champion allemand.
Actuel entraineur de Francfort, Niko Kovac a regardé avec attention le match de Ligue des Champions entre le Real Madrid et le Bayern Munich, son futur adversaire en Bundesliga. Le Croate, qui prendra la succession de Jupp Heynckes la saison prochaine, croit aux chances du champion allemand.
Demies - Kovac : "Le football allemand derrière le Bayern"
Actuel entraineur de Francfort, Niko Kovac a regardé avec attention le match de Ligue des Champions entre le Real Madrid et le Bayern Munich, son futur adversaire en Bundesliga. Le Croate, qui prendra la succession de Jupp Heynckes la saison prochaine, croit aux chances du champion allemand.
Actuel entraineur de Francfort, Niko Kovac a regardé avec attention le match de Ligue des Champions entre le Real Madrid et le Bayern Munich, son futur adversaire en Bundesliga. Le Croate, qui prendra la succession de Jupp Heynckes la saison prochaine, croit aux chances du champion allemand.
Demies - Kovac : "Le football allemand derrière le Bayern"
Actuel entraineur de Francfort, Niko Kovac a regardé avec attention le match de Ligue des Champions entre le Real Madrid et le Bayern Munich, son futur adversaire en Bundesliga. Le Croate, qui prendra la succession de Jupp Heynckes la saison prochaine, croit aux chances du champion allemand.
Jay Som, a shy indie musician from California, talks about her new album plans, champions guitar music for everybody.
The Indie Rock Hero: Jay Som on Blurring Genre Lines
Jay Som, a shy indie musician from California, talks about her new album plans, champions guitar music for everybody.
Jay Som, a shy indie musician from California, talks about her new album plans, champions guitar music for everybody.
The Indie Rock Hero: Jay Som on Blurring Genre Lines
Jay Som, a shy indie musician from California, talks about her new album plans, champions guitar music for everybody.
The lead-up to a potentially crushing Old Firm derby – and likely an extravagant Celtic title party – is an opportune time for Rangers fans to hear the name of Steven Gerrard connected with their team, albeit as an untried management candidate. Telegraph Sport can confirm that the Ibrox directors have been in touch with representatives of the Liverpool youth coach. The scar tissue sustained in the battering by Celtic in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-finals remains livid and, although the Rangers die-hards will do their best to present a defiant face at Parkhead on Sunday, there is a ravenous appetite for any evidence to suggest that the Ibrox board has some form of viable plan to create a credible challenge to their arch-foes. Brendan Rodgers, in his singular fashion, has brought Celtic to the brink of the unprecedented feat of a second successive clean sweep of the Scottish honours. He is unbeaten in 10 Old Firm derbies and has supervised four-goal winning margins in three, including a record 5-1 victory at Ibrox last season – the first time ever that the Hoops had scored as many goals on the other side of Glasgow. Three successive Rangers managers have now been on the wrong end of these humiliations. Mark Warburton’s first taste of Old Firm intensity was a 5-1 drubbing at Celtic Park and his successor, the hapless Pedro Caixinha, was in charge when Celtic repeated the trick in Govan a year ago. Between times, Graeme Murty supervised a 1-1 draw at Parkhead in his first stint as Rangers’ interim boss and also quarried a goalless draw from the same location in December. Murty could even make a decent claim to have come close to interrupting Rodgers’ domination at Ibrox last month, when Rangers lost 3-2 to a Celtic side reduced to 10 men in the closing stages, but who were also fortunate that Alfredo Morelos extended his record of missing gilt-edged chances on such occasions. Celtic have been dominant under Brendan Rodgers Credit: Getty images The Scottish Cup debacle and its aftermath – a dressing room row which ended with veterans Lee Wallace and Kenny Miller suspended by the club – effectively took Murty out of the running for the position in the longer term, despite his record of decent results away to Celtic plus wins away to Aberdeen and Hibernian, the teams immediately behind Rangers in the Scottish Premiership table. Despite a recovery of sorts with a 2-1 victory over Hearts on Sunday, the Rangers support remained angry, brandishing a set of banners that included the barbed message, ‘Incompetent on & off the pitch’. Since then, Allan McGregor and Scott Arfield have been identified as summer arrivals by the Ibrox director of football, Mark Allen. At the same time, other managerial candidates to pique the interest of Rangers’ head hunters have included Graham Potter, the Englishman in charge of Ostersunds in Sweden, Cardiff City’s Neil Warnock, Alex Neil of Preston and Steve Clarke, whose Kilmarnock side have beaten Rangers twice and beaten and drawn with Celtic. Gerrard is the latest to top the bookies’ rankings. While the playing reputation gained with England and Liverpool plus familiarity with Rodgers and a degree of first-hand knowledge of the Glasgow scene – Gerrard was at Ibrox for last month’s league derby – are all positives, the appointment of a tyro manager would represent a substantial gamble by the Rangers board. In any case, no matter who is appointed at Ibrox – and whether or not Rodgers returns to England, with Arsenal or another alluring club – the legacy of the cash burn that drained Rangers’ resources after the 2012 insolvency under Craig Whyte is a financial gap with Celtic that widens every time the Parkhead team reach the Champions League group stage. It will be a significant achievement if anybody on Rangers’ managerial shortlist can bridge that gulf in time to stop Celtic reaching a record of 10 successive Scottish titles.
Rangers contact Liverpool over Steven Gerrard's availability for manager role
The lead-up to a potentially crushing Old Firm derby – and likely an extravagant Celtic title party – is an opportune time for Rangers fans to hear the name of Steven Gerrard connected with their team, albeit as an untried management candidate. Telegraph Sport can confirm that the Ibrox directors have been in touch with representatives of the Liverpool youth coach. The scar tissue sustained in the battering by Celtic in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-finals remains livid and, although the Rangers die-hards will do their best to present a defiant face at Parkhead on Sunday, there is a ravenous appetite for any evidence to suggest that the Ibrox board has some form of viable plan to create a credible challenge to their arch-foes. Brendan Rodgers, in his singular fashion, has brought Celtic to the brink of the unprecedented feat of a second successive clean sweep of the Scottish honours. He is unbeaten in 10 Old Firm derbies and has supervised four-goal winning margins in three, including a record 5-1 victory at Ibrox last season – the first time ever that the Hoops had scored as many goals on the other side of Glasgow. Three successive Rangers managers have now been on the wrong end of these humiliations. Mark Warburton’s first taste of Old Firm intensity was a 5-1 drubbing at Celtic Park and his successor, the hapless Pedro Caixinha, was in charge when Celtic repeated the trick in Govan a year ago. Between times, Graeme Murty supervised a 1-1 draw at Parkhead in his first stint as Rangers’ interim boss and also quarried a goalless draw from the same location in December. Murty could even make a decent claim to have come close to interrupting Rodgers’ domination at Ibrox last month, when Rangers lost 3-2 to a Celtic side reduced to 10 men in the closing stages, but who were also fortunate that Alfredo Morelos extended his record of missing gilt-edged chances on such occasions. Celtic have been dominant under Brendan Rodgers Credit: Getty images The Scottish Cup debacle and its aftermath – a dressing room row which ended with veterans Lee Wallace and Kenny Miller suspended by the club – effectively took Murty out of the running for the position in the longer term, despite his record of decent results away to Celtic plus wins away to Aberdeen and Hibernian, the teams immediately behind Rangers in the Scottish Premiership table. Despite a recovery of sorts with a 2-1 victory over Hearts on Sunday, the Rangers support remained angry, brandishing a set of banners that included the barbed message, ‘Incompetent on & off the pitch’. Since then, Allan McGregor and Scott Arfield have been identified as summer arrivals by the Ibrox director of football, Mark Allen. At the same time, other managerial candidates to pique the interest of Rangers’ head hunters have included Graham Potter, the Englishman in charge of Ostersunds in Sweden, Cardiff City’s Neil Warnock, Alex Neil of Preston and Steve Clarke, whose Kilmarnock side have beaten Rangers twice and beaten and drawn with Celtic. Gerrard is the latest to top the bookies’ rankings. While the playing reputation gained with England and Liverpool plus familiarity with Rodgers and a degree of first-hand knowledge of the Glasgow scene – Gerrard was at Ibrox for last month’s league derby – are all positives, the appointment of a tyro manager would represent a substantial gamble by the Rangers board. In any case, no matter who is appointed at Ibrox – and whether or not Rodgers returns to England, with Arsenal or another alluring club – the legacy of the cash burn that drained Rangers’ resources after the 2012 insolvency under Craig Whyte is a financial gap with Celtic that widens every time the Parkhead team reach the Champions League group stage. It will be a significant achievement if anybody on Rangers’ managerial shortlist can bridge that gulf in time to stop Celtic reaching a record of 10 successive Scottish titles.
The lead-up to a potentially crushing Old Firm derby – and likely an extravagant Celtic title party – is an opportune time for Rangers fans to hear the name of Steven Gerrard connected with their team, albeit as an untried management candidate. Telegraph Sport can confirm that the Ibrox directors have been in touch with representatives of the Liverpool youth coach. The scar tissue sustained in the battering by Celtic in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-finals remains livid and, although the Rangers die-hards will do their best to present a defiant face at Parkhead on Sunday, there is a ravenous appetite for any evidence to suggest that the Ibrox board has some form of viable plan to create a credible challenge to their arch-foes. Brendan Rodgers, in his singular fashion, has brought Celtic to the brink of the unprecedented feat of a second successive clean sweep of the Scottish honours. He is unbeaten in 10 Old Firm derbies and has supervised four-goal winning margins in three, including a record 5-1 victory at Ibrox last season – the first time ever that the Hoops had scored as many goals on the other side of Glasgow. Three successive Rangers managers have now been on the wrong end of these humiliations. Mark Warburton’s first taste of Old Firm intensity was a 5-1 drubbing at Celtic Park and his successor, the hapless Pedro Caixinha, was in charge when Celtic repeated the trick in Govan a year ago. Between times, Graeme Murty supervised a 1-1 draw at Parkhead in his first stint as Rangers’ interim boss and also quarried a goalless draw from the same location in December. Murty could even make a decent claim to have come close to interrupting Rodgers’ domination at Ibrox last month, when Rangers lost 3-2 to a Celtic side reduced to 10 men in the closing stages, but who were also fortunate that Alfredo Morelos extended his record of missing gilt-edged chances on such occasions. Celtic have been dominant under Brendan Rodgers Credit: Getty images The Scottish Cup debacle and its aftermath – a dressing room row which ended with veterans Lee Wallace and Kenny Miller suspended by the club – effectively took Murty out of the running for the position in the longer term, despite his record of decent results away to Celtic plus wins away to Aberdeen and Hibernian, the teams immediately behind Rangers in the Scottish Premiership table. Despite a recovery of sorts with a 2-1 victory over Hearts on Sunday, the Rangers support remained angry, brandishing a set of banners that included the barbed message, ‘Incompetent on & off the pitch’. Since then, Allan McGregor and Scott Arfield have been identified as summer arrivals by the Ibrox director of football, Mark Allen. At the same time, other managerial candidates to pique the interest of Rangers’ head hunters have included Graham Potter, the Englishman in charge of Ostersunds in Sweden, Cardiff City’s Neil Warnock, Alex Neil of Preston and Steve Clarke, whose Kilmarnock side have beaten Rangers twice and beaten and drawn with Celtic. Gerrard is the latest to top the bookies’ rankings. While the playing reputation gained with England and Liverpool plus familiarity with Rodgers and a degree of first-hand knowledge of the Glasgow scene – Gerrard was at Ibrox for last month’s league derby – are all positives, the appointment of a tyro manager would represent a substantial gamble by the Rangers board. In any case, no matter who is appointed at Ibrox – and whether or not Rodgers returns to England, with Arsenal or another alluring club – the legacy of the cash burn that drained Rangers’ resources after the 2012 insolvency under Craig Whyte is a financial gap with Celtic that widens every time the Parkhead team reach the Champions League group stage. It will be a significant achievement if anybody on Rangers’ managerial shortlist can bridge that gulf in time to stop Celtic reaching a record of 10 successive Scottish titles.
Rangers contact Liverpool over Steven Gerrard's availability for manager role
The lead-up to a potentially crushing Old Firm derby – and likely an extravagant Celtic title party – is an opportune time for Rangers fans to hear the name of Steven Gerrard connected with their team, albeit as an untried management candidate. Telegraph Sport can confirm that the Ibrox directors have been in touch with representatives of the Liverpool youth coach. The scar tissue sustained in the battering by Celtic in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-finals remains livid and, although the Rangers die-hards will do their best to present a defiant face at Parkhead on Sunday, there is a ravenous appetite for any evidence to suggest that the Ibrox board has some form of viable plan to create a credible challenge to their arch-foes. Brendan Rodgers, in his singular fashion, has brought Celtic to the brink of the unprecedented feat of a second successive clean sweep of the Scottish honours. He is unbeaten in 10 Old Firm derbies and has supervised four-goal winning margins in three, including a record 5-1 victory at Ibrox last season – the first time ever that the Hoops had scored as many goals on the other side of Glasgow. Three successive Rangers managers have now been on the wrong end of these humiliations. Mark Warburton’s first taste of Old Firm intensity was a 5-1 drubbing at Celtic Park and his successor, the hapless Pedro Caixinha, was in charge when Celtic repeated the trick in Govan a year ago. Between times, Graeme Murty supervised a 1-1 draw at Parkhead in his first stint as Rangers’ interim boss and also quarried a goalless draw from the same location in December. Murty could even make a decent claim to have come close to interrupting Rodgers’ domination at Ibrox last month, when Rangers lost 3-2 to a Celtic side reduced to 10 men in the closing stages, but who were also fortunate that Alfredo Morelos extended his record of missing gilt-edged chances on such occasions. Celtic have been dominant under Brendan Rodgers Credit: Getty images The Scottish Cup debacle and its aftermath – a dressing room row which ended with veterans Lee Wallace and Kenny Miller suspended by the club – effectively took Murty out of the running for the position in the longer term, despite his record of decent results away to Celtic plus wins away to Aberdeen and Hibernian, the teams immediately behind Rangers in the Scottish Premiership table. Despite a recovery of sorts with a 2-1 victory over Hearts on Sunday, the Rangers support remained angry, brandishing a set of banners that included the barbed message, ‘Incompetent on & off the pitch’. Since then, Allan McGregor and Scott Arfield have been identified as summer arrivals by the Ibrox director of football, Mark Allen. At the same time, other managerial candidates to pique the interest of Rangers’ head hunters have included Graham Potter, the Englishman in charge of Ostersunds in Sweden, Cardiff City’s Neil Warnock, Alex Neil of Preston and Steve Clarke, whose Kilmarnock side have beaten Rangers twice and beaten and drawn with Celtic. Gerrard is the latest to top the bookies’ rankings. While the playing reputation gained with England and Liverpool plus familiarity with Rodgers and a degree of first-hand knowledge of the Glasgow scene – Gerrard was at Ibrox for last month’s league derby – are all positives, the appointment of a tyro manager would represent a substantial gamble by the Rangers board. In any case, no matter who is appointed at Ibrox – and whether or not Rodgers returns to England, with Arsenal or another alluring club – the legacy of the cash burn that drained Rangers’ resources after the 2012 insolvency under Craig Whyte is a financial gap with Celtic that widens every time the Parkhead team reach the Champions League group stage. It will be a significant achievement if anybody on Rangers’ managerial shortlist can bridge that gulf in time to stop Celtic reaching a record of 10 successive Scottish titles.
The 2021 Champions Trophy in India will now change to World T20, says ICC Chief Executive Dave Richardson.
ICC Converts Champions Trophy Scheduled in India Into World T20
The 2021 Champions Trophy in India will now change to World T20, says ICC Chief Executive Dave Richardson.
The 2021 Champions Trophy in India will now change to World T20, says ICC Chief Executive Dave Richardson.
ICC Converts Champions Trophy Scheduled in India Into World T20
The 2021 Champions Trophy in India will now change to World T20, says ICC Chief Executive Dave Richardson.
Defensive lynchpin Boateng pulled up after a sprint in the first half of Wednesday's Champions League semi-final first leg against Real Madrid and had to be helped off the field.
Germany's Jerome Boateng, Manuel Neuer face race to be fit for FIFA World Cup 2018
Defensive lynchpin Boateng pulled up after a sprint in the first half of Wednesday's Champions League semi-final first leg against Real Madrid and had to be helped off the field.
El brasileño ha marcado en octavos, cuartos y semifinales de la presente Champions League. En Múnich se quitó la espina por el tanto de Kimmich.
Los tres del ‘3’: Marcelo, desatado frente al gol ante PSG, Juventus y Bayern
El brasileño ha marcado en octavos, cuartos y semifinales de la presente Champions League. En Múnich se quitó la espina por el tanto de Kimmich.
Defensor em aquecimento antes da partida contra o Bayern pela Champions (Imagem: Lukasz Laskowski/PressFocus/MB Media/Getty Images)
Defensor em aquecimento antes da partida contra o Bayern pela Champions (Imagem: Lukasz Laskowski/PressFocus/MB Media/Getty Images)
Defensor em aquecimento antes da partida contra o Bayern pela Champions (Imagem: Lukasz Laskowski/PressFocus/MB Media/Getty Images)
Liverpool menantang AS Roma di semifinal Liga Champions.
Liverpool Takkan Juara Liga Champions, Ini 3 Alasannya
Liverpool menantang AS Roma di semifinal Liga Champions.
Vainqueur de la Ligue des champions en 2005 avec Liverpool, Luis Garcia estime que Mohamed Salah a les pieds sur terre et que pour lui, la comparaison avec Lionel Messi et Cristiano Ronaldo n’a pas lieu d’être.
Liverpool - L. Garcia : "Salah ne se compare pas avec Messi et Ronaldo"
Vainqueur de la Ligue des champions en 2005 avec Liverpool, Luis Garcia estime que Mohamed Salah a les pieds sur terre et que pour lui, la comparaison avec Lionel Messi et Cristiano Ronaldo n’a pas lieu d’être.
Vainqueur de la Ligue des champions en 2005 avec Liverpool, Luis Garcia estime que Mohamed Salah a les pieds sur terre et que pour lui, la comparaison avec Lionel Messi et Cristiano Ronaldo n’a pas lieu d’être.
Liverpool - L. Garcia : "Salah ne se compare pas avec Messi et Ronaldo"
Vainqueur de la Ligue des champions en 2005 avec Liverpool, Luis Garcia estime que Mohamed Salah a les pieds sur terre et que pour lui, la comparaison avec Lionel Messi et Cristiano Ronaldo n’a pas lieu d’être.
Vainqueur de la Ligue des champions en 2005 avec Liverpool, Luis Garcia estime que Mohamed Salah a les pieds sur terre et que pour lui, la comparaison avec Lionel Messi et Cristiano Ronaldo n’a pas lieu d’être.
Liverpool - L. Garcia : "Salah ne se compare pas avec Messi et Ronaldo"
Vainqueur de la Ligue des champions en 2005 avec Liverpool, Luis Garcia estime que Mohamed Salah a les pieds sur terre et que pour lui, la comparaison avec Lionel Messi et Cristiano Ronaldo n’a pas lieu d’être.
Vainqueur de la Ligue des champions en 2005 avec Liverpool, Luis Garcia estime que Mohamed Salah a les pieds sur terre et que pour lui, la comparaison avec Lionel Messi et Cristiano Ronaldo n’a pas lieu d’être.
Liverpool - L. Garcia : "Salah ne se compare pas avec Messi et Ronaldo"
Vainqueur de la Ligue des champions en 2005 avec Liverpool, Luis Garcia estime que Mohamed Salah a les pieds sur terre et que pour lui, la comparaison avec Lionel Messi et Cristiano Ronaldo n’a pas lieu d’être.
Vainqueur de la Ligue des champions en 2005 avec Liverpool, Luis Garcia estime que Mohamed Salah a les pieds sur terre et que pour lui, la comparaison avec Lionel Messi et Cristiano Ronaldo n’a pas lieu d’être.
Liverpool - L. Garcia : "Salah ne se compare pas avec Messi et Ronaldo"
Vainqueur de la Ligue des champions en 2005 avec Liverpool, Luis Garcia estime que Mohamed Salah a les pieds sur terre et que pour lui, la comparaison avec Lionel Messi et Cristiano Ronaldo n’a pas lieu d’être.

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