Empezó la Champions League

Con los duelos eliminatorios para pasar a la ronda de grupos arrancó la Champions

The momentum advantage goes to Roma ahead of this week's Champions League semifinal vs. Liverpool.
Serie A: Roma prep for Liverpool by beating SPAL; Benevento win at Milan
The momentum advantage goes to Roma ahead of this week's Champions League semifinal vs. Liverpool.
The momentum advantage goes to Roma ahead of this week's Champions League semifinal vs. Liverpool.
Serie A: Roma prep for Liverpool by beating SPAL; Benevento win at Milan
The momentum advantage goes to Roma ahead of this week's Champions League semifinal vs. Liverpool.
El técnico del Barcelona ha explicado que la Copa ha supuesto una nueva oportunidad de resarcirse tras lo ocurrido en Champions League
Valverde: "Este título nos reconcilia con todo tras lo de Roma"
El técnico del Barcelona ha explicado que la Copa ha supuesto una nueva oportunidad de resarcirse tras lo ocurrido en Champions League
Equipe brilha e goleia o Sevilla na final da Copa del Rey, tornand ainda mais incompreensível a eliminação na Champions League
Barcelona recupera a auto-estima perdida em Roma
Equipe brilha e goleia o Sevilla na final da Copa del Rey, tornand ainda mais incompreensível a eliminação na Champions League
Die TSG 1899 Hoffenheim ist nach dem eindrucksvollen 5:2 bei RB Leipzig nur noch zwei Punkte von der Champions League entfernt. Dabei schien das Team von Trainer Julian Nagelsmann vor zweieinhalb Monaten noch prädestiniert für das Niemandsland der Tabelle. Wie kam es zu diesem eindrucksvollen Saisonendspurt?
Bundesliga: Hoffenheims Endspurt: Führt Nagelsmann sein Team in die Champions League?
Die TSG 1899 Hoffenheim ist nach dem eindrucksvollen 5:2 bei RB Leipzig nur noch zwei Punkte von der Champions League entfernt. Dabei schien das Team von Trainer Julian Nagelsmann vor zweieinhalb Monaten noch prädestiniert für das Niemandsland der Tabelle. Wie kam es zu diesem eindrucksvollen Saisonendspurt?
Undian semifinal Liga Champions 2017-2018 mempertemukan Liverpool dan Roma.
Mane: Liverpool Akan Kalahkan Roma
Undian semifinal Liga Champions 2017-2018 mempertemukan Liverpool dan Roma.
Bayern Munich head coach Jupp Heynckes denies Real Madrid have an advantage ahead of Wednesday's UEFA Champions League semi-final given they have the weekend off.
No advantage for rested Real Madrid - Heynckes
Bayern Munich head coach Jupp Heynckes denies Real Madrid have an advantage ahead of Wednesday's UEFA Champions League semi-final given they have the weekend off.
Bayern Munich head coach Jupp Heynckes denies Real Madrid have an advantage ahead of Wednesday's UEFA Champions League semi-final given they have the weekend off.
No advantage for rested Real Madrid - Heynckes
Bayern Munich head coach Jupp Heynckes denies Real Madrid have an advantage ahead of Wednesday's UEFA Champions League semi-final given they have the weekend off.
Bayern Munich head coach Jupp Heynckes denies Real Madrid have an advantage ahead of Wednesday's UEFA Champions League semi-final given they have the weekend off.
No advantage for rested Real Madrid - Heynckes
Bayern Munich head coach Jupp Heynckes denies Real Madrid have an advantage ahead of Wednesday's UEFA Champions League semi-final given they have the weekend off.
"I realised this season how difficult it will be to win the Champions League," said Guardiola, who lifted the European Cup as both a player and manager at Barcelona (AFP Photo/Paul ELLIS)
"I realised this season how difficult it will be to win the Champions League," said Guardiola, who lifted the European Cup as both a player and manager at Barcelona
"I realised this season how difficult it will be to win the Champions League," said Guardiola, who lifted the European Cup as both a player and manager at Barcelona (AFP Photo/Paul ELLIS)
"I realised this season how difficult it will be to win the Champions League," said Guardiola, who lifted the European Cup as both a player and manager at Barcelona
"I realised this season how difficult it will be to win the Champions League," said Guardiola, who lifted the European Cup as both a player and manager at Barcelona
"I realised this season how difficult it will be to win the Champions League," said Guardiola, who lifted the European Cup as both a player and manager at Barcelona
The Catalans went some way to erasing the memory of their recent European exit as they thrashed Sevilla 5-0 to win the Spanish cup on Saturday
Messi & Barcelona soothe Champions League pain with Copa masterclass in Madrid
The Catalans went some way to erasing the memory of their recent European exit as they thrashed Sevilla 5-0 to win the Spanish cup on Saturday
<p>Messi & Barcelona soothe Champions League pain with Copa masterclass in Madrid</p>
Messi & Barcelona soothe Champions League pain with Copa masterclass in Madrid

Messi & Barcelona soothe Champions League pain with Copa masterclass in Madrid

<p>Messi & Barcelona soothe Champions League pain with Copa masterclass in Madrid</p>
Messi & Barcelona soothe Champions League pain with Copa masterclass in Madrid

Messi & Barcelona soothe Champions League pain with Copa masterclass in Madrid

The Catalans went some way to erasing the memory of their recent European exit as they thrashed Sevilla 5-0 to win the Spanish cup on Saturday
Messi & Barcelona soothe Champions League pain with Copa masterclass in Madrid
The Catalans went some way to erasing the memory of their recent European exit as they thrashed Sevilla 5-0 to win the Spanish cup on Saturday
Monaco&#39;s chances of qualifying for next season&#39;s UEFA Champions League suffered a blow as they were beaten 3-1 at Guingamp.
Guingamp 3-1 Monaco
Monaco's chances of qualifying for next season's UEFA Champions League suffered a blow as they were beaten 3-1 at Guingamp.
Monaco&#39;s chances of qualifying for next season&#39;s UEFA Champions League suffered a blow as they were beaten 3-1 at Guingamp.
Guingamp 3-1 Monaco
Monaco's chances of qualifying for next season's UEFA Champions League suffered a blow as they were beaten 3-1 at Guingamp.
Monaco&#39;s chances of qualifying for next season&#39;s UEFA Champions League suffered a blow as they were beaten 3-1 at Guingamp.
Guingamp 3-1 Monaco
Monaco's chances of qualifying for next season's UEFA Champions League suffered a blow as they were beaten 3-1 at Guingamp.
Nikola Karabatic apprécie la nette victoire du PSG à Kielce, en quart de finale aller de la Ligue des champions.
Hand - C1 (H) - PSG - Nikola Karabatic : «Un très gros match»
Nikola Karabatic apprécie la nette victoire du PSG à Kielce, en quart de finale aller de la Ligue des champions.
Pep Guardiola can finally celebrate Manchester City’s title victory today, one week after it was confirmed, although he believes it will take more such successes before the club can challenge for Europe’s biggest prize. City were knocked out of the Champions League 5-1 by Liverpool in the quarter-finals and Guardiola insists that Europe’s ultimate club honour is not their priority. Instead, he says he would settle for “only” the Premier League again next season as he believes City lack the “respect” and status to win in Europe. “I realise this season how difficult it will be to win the Champions League,” said Guardiola ahead of today’s meeting with Swansea. “Maybe I am wrong but before you win the Champions League you have to win more Premier Leagues in a row, to get respect in Europe that you are a top club. Guardiola has warned his squad against complacency despite their emphatic title win Credit: AP “Of course we are going to try but I don’t know if we are like a club to have the power on and off the pitch to achieve and to get there. So I would prefer, like this season, to be solid in the Premier League. “The Premier League is the priority next season, absolutely. The Premier League is the most important title.” Guardiola declined to expand upon precisely how a lack of respect cost his club in Europe although the City manager was vocal about what he believed were poor refereeing decisions in the defeats against Liverpool. However, the Catalan insisted he was under no pressure from City’s owners to deliver on the European stage. “When I came here, the chairman never said ‘you have to win the Champions League’ or ‘you have to win the Premier League’,” said Guardiola. Manchester City player ratings for Premier League title winning season “They said to do what you believe to do and try to be constant for as long as possible. We did it for one season but I think to be a solid team, and Europe can start watching what we have done, it is not just one season. “But what I have experienced for two seasons with this club in Europe, it is better to be focused on the Premier League, FA Cup, Carabao Cup and then the Champions League.” Despite Sunday&#39;s party atmosphere, Guardiola wants a positive response from his players. “They think that because they’ve done it once they will do it again and that makes them lose energy,” he said. “When they used to run five metres now they run three metres. And that two metres makes the difference. “That’s why next season will be much harder. It happened in Barcelona and Munich. I made the players press more and work more. Our relationship next season will not be this friendly.”
Pep Guardiola insists multiple Premier League titles are needed to earn Manchester City 'respect in Europe'
Pep Guardiola can finally celebrate Manchester City’s title victory today, one week after it was confirmed, although he believes it will take more such successes before the club can challenge for Europe’s biggest prize. City were knocked out of the Champions League 5-1 by Liverpool in the quarter-finals and Guardiola insists that Europe’s ultimate club honour is not their priority. Instead, he says he would settle for “only” the Premier League again next season as he believes City lack the “respect” and status to win in Europe. “I realise this season how difficult it will be to win the Champions League,” said Guardiola ahead of today’s meeting with Swansea. “Maybe I am wrong but before you win the Champions League you have to win more Premier Leagues in a row, to get respect in Europe that you are a top club. Guardiola has warned his squad against complacency despite their emphatic title win Credit: AP “Of course we are going to try but I don’t know if we are like a club to have the power on and off the pitch to achieve and to get there. So I would prefer, like this season, to be solid in the Premier League. “The Premier League is the priority next season, absolutely. The Premier League is the most important title.” Guardiola declined to expand upon precisely how a lack of respect cost his club in Europe although the City manager was vocal about what he believed were poor refereeing decisions in the defeats against Liverpool. However, the Catalan insisted he was under no pressure from City’s owners to deliver on the European stage. “When I came here, the chairman never said ‘you have to win the Champions League’ or ‘you have to win the Premier League’,” said Guardiola. Manchester City player ratings for Premier League title winning season “They said to do what you believe to do and try to be constant for as long as possible. We did it for one season but I think to be a solid team, and Europe can start watching what we have done, it is not just one season. “But what I have experienced for two seasons with this club in Europe, it is better to be focused on the Premier League, FA Cup, Carabao Cup and then the Champions League.” Despite Sunday's party atmosphere, Guardiola wants a positive response from his players. “They think that because they’ve done it once they will do it again and that makes them lose energy,” he said. “When they used to run five metres now they run three metres. And that two metres makes the difference. “That’s why next season will be much harder. It happened in Barcelona and Munich. I made the players press more and work more. Our relationship next season will not be this friendly.”
Pep Guardiola can finally celebrate Manchester City’s title victory today, one week after it was confirmed, although he believes it will take more such successes before the club can challenge for Europe’s biggest prize. City were knocked out of the Champions League 5-1 by Liverpool in the quarter-finals and Guardiola insists that Europe’s ultimate club honour is not their priority. Instead, he says he would settle for “only” the Premier League again next season as he believes City lack the “respect” and status to win in Europe. “I realise this season how difficult it will be to win the Champions League,” said Guardiola ahead of today’s meeting with Swansea. “Maybe I am wrong but before you win the Champions League you have to win more Premier Leagues in a row, to get respect in Europe that you are a top club. Guardiola has warned his squad against complacency despite their emphatic title win Credit: AP “Of course we are going to try but I don’t know if we are like a club to have the power on and off the pitch to achieve and to get there. So I would prefer, like this season, to be solid in the Premier League. “The Premier League is the priority next season, absolutely. The Premier League is the most important title.” Guardiola declined to expand upon precisely how a lack of respect cost his club in Europe although the City manager was vocal about what he believed were poor refereeing decisions in the defeats against Liverpool. However, the Catalan insisted he was under no pressure from City’s owners to deliver on the European stage. “When I came here, the chairman never said ‘you have to win the Champions League’ or ‘you have to win the Premier League’,” said Guardiola. Manchester City player ratings for Premier League title winning season “They said to do what you believe to do and try to be constant for as long as possible. We did it for one season but I think to be a solid team, and Europe can start watching what we have done, it is not just one season. “But what I have experienced for two seasons with this club in Europe, it is better to be focused on the Premier League, FA Cup, Carabao Cup and then the Champions League.” Despite Sunday&#39;s party atmosphere, Guardiola wants a positive response from his players. “They think that because they’ve done it once they will do it again and that makes them lose energy,” he said. “When they used to run five metres now they run three metres. And that two metres makes the difference. “That’s why next season will be much harder. It happened in Barcelona and Munich. I made the players press more and work more. Our relationship next season will not be this friendly.”
Pep Guardiola insists multiple Premier League titles are needed to earn Manchester City 'respect in Europe'
Pep Guardiola can finally celebrate Manchester City’s title victory today, one week after it was confirmed, although he believes it will take more such successes before the club can challenge for Europe’s biggest prize. City were knocked out of the Champions League 5-1 by Liverpool in the quarter-finals and Guardiola insists that Europe’s ultimate club honour is not their priority. Instead, he says he would settle for “only” the Premier League again next season as he believes City lack the “respect” and status to win in Europe. “I realise this season how difficult it will be to win the Champions League,” said Guardiola ahead of today’s meeting with Swansea. “Maybe I am wrong but before you win the Champions League you have to win more Premier Leagues in a row, to get respect in Europe that you are a top club. Guardiola has warned his squad against complacency despite their emphatic title win Credit: AP “Of course we are going to try but I don’t know if we are like a club to have the power on and off the pitch to achieve and to get there. So I would prefer, like this season, to be solid in the Premier League. “The Premier League is the priority next season, absolutely. The Premier League is the most important title.” Guardiola declined to expand upon precisely how a lack of respect cost his club in Europe although the City manager was vocal about what he believed were poor refereeing decisions in the defeats against Liverpool. However, the Catalan insisted he was under no pressure from City’s owners to deliver on the European stage. “When I came here, the chairman never said ‘you have to win the Champions League’ or ‘you have to win the Premier League’,” said Guardiola. Manchester City player ratings for Premier League title winning season “They said to do what you believe to do and try to be constant for as long as possible. We did it for one season but I think to be a solid team, and Europe can start watching what we have done, it is not just one season. “But what I have experienced for two seasons with this club in Europe, it is better to be focused on the Premier League, FA Cup, Carabao Cup and then the Champions League.” Despite Sunday's party atmosphere, Guardiola wants a positive response from his players. “They think that because they’ve done it once they will do it again and that makes them lose energy,” he said. “When they used to run five metres now they run three metres. And that two metres makes the difference. “That’s why next season will be much harder. It happened in Barcelona and Munich. I made the players press more and work more. Our relationship next season will not be this friendly.”
Manchester City stand a better chance of Champions League success if they keep picking up Premier League titles, says Pep Guardiola.
Guardiola: I want Manchester City to be a Premier League machine
Manchester City stand a better chance of Champions League success if they keep picking up Premier League titles, says Pep Guardiola.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp momentarily paused for thought when mischievously asked what Mohamed Salah’s current transfer value would be. The German smiled then straight-batted back the question with a reply that he was “not interested” in the answer of how much the £36.9 million signing from Roma would now fetch. Salah faces his former club on Tuesday in the first leg of Liverpool’s Champions League tie semi-final tie with Klopp only to aware the prolific Egyptian was one of the transfer steals of last summer – even if he reluctant to brag about it. “That’s the business part of football,” he said. “Is it a bargain? I don’t know, but it’s the business. “Whatever it was, £37m, I’m not sure of the price. It was the market and other teams could have bought him. “Is it that now he’s scored 40 goals maybe we should pay £50m? You always take the risk that it doesn’t work. “He’s a very good player and we hoped, we were pretty sure, it would work out, but we couldn’t be 100 per cent sure.” Salah during his Roma days Credit: AFP That Ian Rush’s club record haul of 47 goals in a season for Liverpool is under threat from Salah emphasises just how astute the purchase has proved. So why did he slip under the radar of other clubs, who were not prepared to take a “risk” as Liverpool were? There is a feeling among the club’s coaching staff at Melwood that while Salah has doubtlessly improved as a player since he joined, it is the chemistry with his colleagues which has allowed him to flourish. Indeed, Klopp acknowledges the tireless efforts of Brazilian Roberto Firmino, another player whose role has been redefined under the German, as being a particularly key component in unlocking Salah’s potential. “Roberto makes a lot of defending work for (opponents) on the Salah side of our pitch,” Klopp added. “That’s how it is. He is the guy who says ‘come on I do it here, you go there’, so Mo is fresh for the sprints. “Mo was really good at Roma and a very, very offensive midfield player. He’s still starting on the wing but his position has changed a little bit and he’s inside at the right moment. “That’s what we have developed over the season all together. He’s also very cool in front of goal.” Why I&#39;m expecting a Liverpool vs Bayern final Roma will face the intense pressing of Sadio Mane, Firmino and Salah on an adrenaline-fueled evening when the Anfield atmosphere will again be at its most partisan. For Klopp, however, the incessant running from the trio is the benchmark for Liverpool’s players under his stewardship, as opposed to being something out of the ordinary. “Their workrate is outstanding, 100 per cent, but that’s how football should be,” he explained. “I don’t think we should constantly praise that. That’s the situation so it’s not like we come in and go, ‘wow! Again! Thank you very much for that challenge!’ “Of course there are game-changing moments in a game but it’s their job to do that. And we expect that from ourselves.”
Roma fear facing old friend Mohamed Salah in Champions League semi-final
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp momentarily paused for thought when mischievously asked what Mohamed Salah’s current transfer value would be. The German smiled then straight-batted back the question with a reply that he was “not interested” in the answer of how much the £36.9 million signing from Roma would now fetch. Salah faces his former club on Tuesday in the first leg of Liverpool’s Champions League tie semi-final tie with Klopp only to aware the prolific Egyptian was one of the transfer steals of last summer – even if he reluctant to brag about it. “That’s the business part of football,” he said. “Is it a bargain? I don’t know, but it’s the business. “Whatever it was, £37m, I’m not sure of the price. It was the market and other teams could have bought him. “Is it that now he’s scored 40 goals maybe we should pay £50m? You always take the risk that it doesn’t work. “He’s a very good player and we hoped, we were pretty sure, it would work out, but we couldn’t be 100 per cent sure.” Salah during his Roma days Credit: AFP That Ian Rush’s club record haul of 47 goals in a season for Liverpool is under threat from Salah emphasises just how astute the purchase has proved. So why did he slip under the radar of other clubs, who were not prepared to take a “risk” as Liverpool were? There is a feeling among the club’s coaching staff at Melwood that while Salah has doubtlessly improved as a player since he joined, it is the chemistry with his colleagues which has allowed him to flourish. Indeed, Klopp acknowledges the tireless efforts of Brazilian Roberto Firmino, another player whose role has been redefined under the German, as being a particularly key component in unlocking Salah’s potential. “Roberto makes a lot of defending work for (opponents) on the Salah side of our pitch,” Klopp added. “That’s how it is. He is the guy who says ‘come on I do it here, you go there’, so Mo is fresh for the sprints. “Mo was really good at Roma and a very, very offensive midfield player. He’s still starting on the wing but his position has changed a little bit and he’s inside at the right moment. “That’s what we have developed over the season all together. He’s also very cool in front of goal.” Why I'm expecting a Liverpool vs Bayern final Roma will face the intense pressing of Sadio Mane, Firmino and Salah on an adrenaline-fueled evening when the Anfield atmosphere will again be at its most partisan. For Klopp, however, the incessant running from the trio is the benchmark for Liverpool’s players under his stewardship, as opposed to being something out of the ordinary. “Their workrate is outstanding, 100 per cent, but that’s how football should be,” he explained. “I don’t think we should constantly praise that. That’s the situation so it’s not like we come in and go, ‘wow! Again! Thank you very much for that challenge!’ “Of course there are game-changing moments in a game but it’s their job to do that. And we expect that from ourselves.”
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp momentarily paused for thought when mischievously asked what Mohamed Salah’s current transfer value would be. The German smiled then straight-batted back the question with a reply that he was “not interested” in the answer of how much the £36.9 million signing from Roma would now fetch. Salah faces his former club on Tuesday in the first leg of Liverpool’s Champions League tie semi-final tie with Klopp only to aware the prolific Egyptian was one of the transfer steals of last summer – even if he reluctant to brag about it. “That’s the business part of football,” he said. “Is it a bargain? I don’t know, but it’s the business. “Whatever it was, £37m, I’m not sure of the price. It was the market and other teams could have bought him. “Is it that now he’s scored 40 goals maybe we should pay £50m? You always take the risk that it doesn’t work. “He’s a very good player and we hoped, we were pretty sure, it would work out, but we couldn’t be 100 per cent sure.” Salah during his Roma days Credit: AFP That Ian Rush’s club record haul of 47 goals in a season for Liverpool is under threat from Salah emphasises just how astute the purchase has proved. So why did he slip under the radar of other clubs, who were not prepared to take a “risk” as Liverpool were? There is a feeling among the club’s coaching staff at Melwood that while Salah has doubtlessly improved as a player since he joined, it is the chemistry with his colleagues which has allowed him to flourish. Indeed, Klopp acknowledges the tireless efforts of Brazilian Roberto Firmino, another player whose role has been redefined under the German, as being a particularly key component in unlocking Salah’s potential. “Roberto makes a lot of defending work for (opponents) on the Salah side of our pitch,” Klopp added. “That’s how it is. He is the guy who says ‘come on I do it here, you go there’, so Mo is fresh for the sprints. “Mo was really good at Roma and a very, very offensive midfield player. He’s still starting on the wing but his position has changed a little bit and he’s inside at the right moment. “That’s what we have developed over the season all together. He’s also very cool in front of goal.” Why I&#39;m expecting a Liverpool vs Bayern final Roma will face the intense pressing of Sadio Mane, Firmino and Salah on an adrenaline-fueled evening when the Anfield atmosphere will again be at its most partisan. For Klopp, however, the incessant running from the trio is the benchmark for Liverpool’s players under his stewardship, as opposed to being something out of the ordinary. “Their workrate is outstanding, 100 per cent, but that’s how football should be,” he explained. “I don’t think we should constantly praise that. That’s the situation so it’s not like we come in and go, ‘wow! Again! Thank you very much for that challenge!’ “Of course there are game-changing moments in a game but it’s their job to do that. And we expect that from ourselves.”
Roma fear facing old friend Mohamed Salah in Champions League semi-final
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp momentarily paused for thought when mischievously asked what Mohamed Salah’s current transfer value would be. The German smiled then straight-batted back the question with a reply that he was “not interested” in the answer of how much the £36.9 million signing from Roma would now fetch. Salah faces his former club on Tuesday in the first leg of Liverpool’s Champions League tie semi-final tie with Klopp only to aware the prolific Egyptian was one of the transfer steals of last summer – even if he reluctant to brag about it. “That’s the business part of football,” he said. “Is it a bargain? I don’t know, but it’s the business. “Whatever it was, £37m, I’m not sure of the price. It was the market and other teams could have bought him. “Is it that now he’s scored 40 goals maybe we should pay £50m? You always take the risk that it doesn’t work. “He’s a very good player and we hoped, we were pretty sure, it would work out, but we couldn’t be 100 per cent sure.” Salah during his Roma days Credit: AFP That Ian Rush’s club record haul of 47 goals in a season for Liverpool is under threat from Salah emphasises just how astute the purchase has proved. So why did he slip under the radar of other clubs, who were not prepared to take a “risk” as Liverpool were? There is a feeling among the club’s coaching staff at Melwood that while Salah has doubtlessly improved as a player since he joined, it is the chemistry with his colleagues which has allowed him to flourish. Indeed, Klopp acknowledges the tireless efforts of Brazilian Roberto Firmino, another player whose role has been redefined under the German, as being a particularly key component in unlocking Salah’s potential. “Roberto makes a lot of defending work for (opponents) on the Salah side of our pitch,” Klopp added. “That’s how it is. He is the guy who says ‘come on I do it here, you go there’, so Mo is fresh for the sprints. “Mo was really good at Roma and a very, very offensive midfield player. He’s still starting on the wing but his position has changed a little bit and he’s inside at the right moment. “That’s what we have developed over the season all together. He’s also very cool in front of goal.” Why I'm expecting a Liverpool vs Bayern final Roma will face the intense pressing of Sadio Mane, Firmino and Salah on an adrenaline-fueled evening when the Anfield atmosphere will again be at its most partisan. For Klopp, however, the incessant running from the trio is the benchmark for Liverpool’s players under his stewardship, as opposed to being something out of the ordinary. “Their workrate is outstanding, 100 per cent, but that’s how football should be,” he explained. “I don’t think we should constantly praise that. That’s the situation so it’s not like we come in and go, ‘wow! Again! Thank you very much for that challenge!’ “Of course there are game-changing moments in a game but it’s their job to do that. And we expect that from ourselves.”
Roma fear facing old friend Mohamed Salah in Champions League semi-final
Roma fear facing old friend Mohamed Salah in Champions League semi-final
Roma fear facing old friend Mohamed Salah in Champions League semi-final

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