Last week saw these two clubs square off in the Premier League, and at one point it looked as if Southampton were to secure a crucial win that would aid their bid to stave off the very imminent threat of relegation.
It was at this ground that Tottenham made light work of United earlier in the season. The team that currently sits second in the Premier League table were shocked by an opening minute goal from Christian Eriksen while their misery was compounded...
Cristiano Ronaldo's extraordinary goalscoring exploits rightly get the attention they deserve, and his strike-rate in the Champions League is nothing short of breathtaking. He is the tournament's all-time leading scorer and shows no sign of slowing down.
It’s not often that you see a player on the opposing side get a standing ovation from the home fans, but that is exactly what happened in Turin last week as Cristiano Ronaldo turned in another masterful Champions League performance.
Of the four quarter-final first leg matches that took place last week, it was the result in Southern Spain that gives us the most open of ties to be completed this time around. Sevilla pushed Bayern Munich close but ultimately still were on the wrong side of a 2-1 scoreline.
Roma have it all to do after suffering a heavy first leg defeat to Barcelona last week, something that they have themselves to blame for after twice putting through their own net at the Camp Nou. The final scoreline last Wednesday was 4-1 to the Catalan...
After defeat to Liverpool last week, Manchester City’s hopes of conquering Europe this season are hanging by a thread. They come into this game not only having to make up a three-goal deficit...
The Champions League quarter-final line-up this year has a very familiar look to it, with the majority of the big-name teams reaching the last eight, but who has appeared in the most quarter-finals since the tournament's inception in 1992 (in its current guise)?
It is one win a piece in the league this season between the two sides with Liverpool’s win at Anfield going some way to erasing the memory of the thrashing they suffered at the Etihad back in September 2017...
Barcelona disposed of Chelsea in the previous round with a mesmerising performance from Lionel Messi at the Camp Nou. The hope if not the expectation will be that there is more of the same when the Catalan giants play host to Roma on Wednesday night.
Sevilla claimed the biggest scalp in the Round of 16 as they disposed of Manchester United and they will be looking to produce something similar in the quarter-finals as they are paired with German giants Bayern Munich.
Tonight sees the repeat of last season’s Champions League final as Juventus play host to Real Madrid in the first leg of their quarter-final clash. The Italian giants will undoubtedly have revenge on their minds after suffering defeat in Cardiff last June.
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