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  • Real will hold off Bayern, say Goal Singapore readers

    Real will hold off Bayern, say Goal Singapore readers

    GOAL.com
    Real will hold off Bayern, say Goal Singapore readers

    Karim Benzema's strike gave the La Liga giants a slim advantage ahead of the return tie in Germany, as both teams vie for a spot in the Champions league final …

  • Libertadores: Arsenal y Española igualan 0-0

    Libertadores: Arsenal y Española igualan 0-0

    Associated Press
    Libertadores: Arsenal y Española igualan 0-0

    BUENOS AIRES (AP) — Lejos de colgarse del travesaño, Unión Española de Chile rescató un empate 0-0 el jueves ante Arsenal de Argentina en duelo de ida por los octavos de final de la Copa Libertadores. …

  • Sevilla now favourites, says Emery after victory over Valencia

    Sevilla now favourites, says Emery after victory over Valencia

    GOAL.com
    Sevilla now favourites, says Emery after victory over Valencia

    The coach felt his side were good value for their victory at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan but acknowledges that they will most likely be made to "suffer" at Mestalla next week …

  • Benfica and Sevilla secure Europa League wins

    Benfica and Sevilla secure Europa League wins

    Reuters
    Benfica and Sevilla secure Europa League wins

    By Toby Davis LONDON (Reuters) - A stunning late goal from Benfica's Lima left Juventus's hopes of reaching a home Europa League final hanging in the balance after a 2-1 first-leg defeat, while Sevilla won 2-0 against Valencia in Thursday's all-Spanish last-four clash. Benfica scored early through Ezequiel Garay and were resolute in defence for 73 minutes, before Carlos Tevez calmly slotted home to end a European goal-drought stretching back to April 2009 and give the visitors a priceless …

  • Scolari says has chosen Brazil's World Cup squad

    Scolari says has chosen Brazil's World Cup squad

    Reuters
    Scolari says has chosen Brazil's World Cup squad

    By Tatiana Ramil SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari knows his 23-man squadfor the World Cup finals and has chosen Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Julio Cesar and Fred to act as captains, he said on Thursday. "I have no doubts," Scolari said at the Sao Judas Tadeu University in Sao Paulo after a conference on psychology and football. You never know what might happen." The coach said he had not yet informed the 23 men who will seek to win to win Brazil's sixth world title - and …