Champions League Final Results 16 September 2014

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Group A

Juventus 2 : 0 Malmo (Tevez 59′ 90′)

Olympiakos 3 : 2 Atletico Madrid ( Masuaku 13′ Afellay 31′ Mitroglou 74′ – Madzukic 38′ Griezman 87′ )

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Neville: Cristiano Ronaldo Could Return To United

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Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville believes that what he has done his former team in the transfer market by bringing in world class players nan expensive, making the Red Devils have more possibility to repatriate Cristiano Ronaldo.

In recent months, news about the desirability Ronaldo back to Old Trafford and United’s desire to bring home Ronaldo was widely emerging. Moreover, according to former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon, Ronaldo is not happy at Madrid for the sale of Xabi Alonso and Angel Di Maria this summer.
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Real Madrid Lost in Beernabeu

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Real Madrid 1:2 Atletico Madid

Atletico Madrid secured city bragging rights by claiming a 2-1 win over Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday.

Goals from Tiago Mendes and Arda Turan sandwiched a penalty from Cristiano Ronaldo, as the defending champions climbed to second in the Liga table behind Barcelona.

Real have for too long looked frail when defending set pieces, and it proved their Achilles’ heel on 10 minutes.

The home side had plenty of players in the box, and Tiago was well marked, but Real simply failed to challenge him at a corner, and he nodded the ball home at the near post.

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Aston Villa stun Liverpool at Anfield

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Liverpool 0:1 Aston Villa

Aston Villa preserved their unbeaten run by inflicting a second defeat of the season on Liverpool, who will have to concentrate harder than this if they are to make progress when Champions League football returns to Anfield on Tuesday.

Villa were worth the win, which leaves them with 10 points from their first four games, even if they got lucky when Philippe Coutinho struck a post with a firm drive eight minutes from the end. The visitors never allowed the home side to settle in midfield and defended an early goal well for over an hour, with Nathan Baker giving a heroic impression of Ron Vlaar in the centre of defence.

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