UEFA Champions League: Real Madrid, Manchester City, Ajax, AC Milan, Inter, Liverpool, Sporting CP...

Real Madrid secured a place in the last 16 of the Champions League after they cruised to a comfortable 3-0 at Sheriff Tiraspol on Wednesday.

UEFA Champions League: Bayern Munich, Manchester United, Chelsea, Lille and Sevilla win while Atalanta,...

Cristiano Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho sent Manchester United into the Champions League round of 16 as Michael Carrick's interim tenure started with a 2-0 win over Villarreal at La Ceramica on Tuesday.

It had to be Karim Benzema

In the fourteenth minute of the match, Shakhtar Donetsk tried to play the ball out from the back, but Trubin played Marlon Santos into trouble, and Vinicius Junior was on hand to snatch the ball away from them before teeing up Karim Benzema, who adjusted his feet before tapping into an empty net and with that strike, one of the best strikers in the world had registered his name in the history.

UEFA Champions League: Real Madrid, Inter, Ajax, Liverpool, Manchester City and Sporting CP win...

Real Madrid shook off a stiff challenge from Shakhtar Donetsk thanks to Karim Benzema's brace and Vinicius' assists in a 2-1 victory in Champions League Group D on Wednesday night at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.

UEFA Champions League: Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Villarreal, Lille, Wolfsburg and Barcelona win while...

Cristiano Ronaldo struck twice, including a stoppage-time equaliser, as Manchester United came from behind twice to earn a 2-2 draw away to Atalanta in the Champions League on Tuesday.

UEFA Champions League: Manchester United, Chelsea, Juventus, Bayern Munich and Barcelona register victories

Manchester United came from two goals down to beat Atalanta 3-2 at Old Trafford in the Champions League on Wednesday night.

UEFA Champions League: Real Madrid, Liverpool, Manchester City, FC Porto, Ajax, PSG and Inter...

Vinicius Junior delivered a brilliant performance with a brace and an assist to power Real Madrid past Shakhtar Donetsk 0-5 in Group D of the 2021-22 Champions League on Tuesday night at the NSC Olimpiyskiy in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Cristiano Ronaldo does it again!

There has to be a touch of charisma in a legendary character. There has to be the Midas touch. There has to be magical supremacy in him. He has to elevate himself beyond others and prove again and again that he is the best in the world. There should be no doubt, Cristiano Ronaldo is the best player of this era – he has redefined this era like no one else. At Old Trafford, last night, he scripted yet another epic by netting the winner against a compact Villarreal unit. Of Course, Cristiano Ronaldo did it again!

Yet another nightmare for Barcelona at Lisbon

Barcelona returned to Lisbon again, but this time around, the opposition was not Bayern Munich – Benfica faced Barca and they had not beaten the Catalans since 1961. Well, last night they broke the jinx by thrashing the visitors by 3-0. Sadly, Barca experienced yet another nightmare at Lisbon.

Juventus beat Chelsea

After being beaten by Manchester City at Stamford Bridge it was time for Thomas Tuchel to bounce back at Turin by beating Juventus. Well, Tuchel experienced another setback as Juventus hung on to a slender lead and bagged full points.

Brutal Bayern Munich

After gunning down Barcelona at Camp Nou it was time for having fun at Munich for Bayern Munich. They started punching Dynamo Kyiv and when the match ended, Kyiv were left bruised and shattered. Bayern Munich had scored fives as there is no stopping to the brute force.

Real Madrid dominate but lose

At the Santiago Bernabeu, it was time for Real Madrid to have fun rather than hanging around for a tight finish against a lower-ranked team, who were supposed to be treated like a punching bag. While Liverpool opened the floodgates at Porto, the Madridistas expected the same at Bernabeu – well, they were left shell shocked and as a matter of fact, Sheriff sent shockwaves not only in Madrid but throughout the football world.

Manchester City lose despite playing well

Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City tamed Thoms Tuchel’s brilliant Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the game of tactical mastery and then it was time for Pep to beat Pochettino at Paris. Let us remind you again, Pochettino is the manager of Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) at present and not Tottenham Hotspur, who have all the elements to be the best, still, a big flop. So, it would not be a tough task for Pep to kick them hard in Paris – well, football was crazy last night in Europe – City lost against PSG, which was surprising.

Liverpool thrash FC Porto

The venue was Porto. The team was FC Porto. And, Liverpool had fun again. The floodgates opened as the Red machine mauled the home side and reminded everyone that they mean business this season.

10-men AC Milan test Atletico Madrid

The night of the Champions League was back at San Siro after a long time and despite one man down, the Rossoneri gave the La Liga Champions – Atletico Madrid a tough time before losing by 2-1. Milan fought hard and kept close to defend their lead – but perhaps they were let down by the star power of Atleti who bounced back courtesy of Antoine Griezmann and Luis Suarez.

The nine-goal thriller

There was a thrilling encounter going on at Anfield. At Milan, Real Madrid were experiencing the intensity of Inter. Paris Saint-Germain were experiencing that spending big money does not matter if you don’t realize what football is all about. Erling Haaland was doing his usual job. And, at Etihad, Manchester City joined the festival of goals to add extra spice to the night of Champions League – Don’t you dare to sleep at all!

PSG fall flat

Paris Saint-Germain love to show-off – they break the bank and buy big stars – hog the limelight and end up with nothing in the end. Their hype has always been such that they are more interested in a Gala rather than playing football.

AC Milan and Liverpool script classic at Anfield

The good thing was that AC Milan were back in the place where they actually belong – they have been the masters of Champions League and their return was greeted with a banner that read “25/05/05 – There are places I remember” at Anfield which was lively and vibrant. Yet again, Liverpool and AC Milan and orchestrated another Champions League classic – a game to remember.

Rodrygo Goes super strike rescues Real Madrid

It was one of those nights of Champions League where your temperament would be tested to the highest level. The opposition would choke our life out but still, you have to find a way to get past and break the deadlock. At Milan, Real Madrid experienced the going tough – well, they do have the youngsters to show them the way and obviously, without Brazilian magic, there cannot be any party.

Barcelona humiliated by Bayern Munich, again

No sweat. No extra-pressure. No tension at all. Bayern Munich came to hunt their prey at Camp Nou and left Spain after finishing the dinner. It was the most anticipated match last night and it turned out to be an exhibition match where a bunch of schoolboys were mesmerized by the sheer brute force known as Bayern Munich.


Sri Lanka win the series

The West Indies started off the second Test at Galle with enough promise, but as usual, they lost their way despite gaining the upper hand. The spin duo of Sri Lanka Lasith Embuldeniya and Ramish Mendis spun the web around West Indian batters to gift Mickey Arthur a perfect farewell.

Cristiano Ronaldo: Mr. 800

Victory for Real Madrid