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Chelsea humbled by Gnabry-inspired Bayern

Serge Gnabry's double inspired Bayern Munich as 10-man Chelsea were humbled 3-0 in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie at Stamford Bridge.

Lampard: Reality check for Chelsea

Chelsea's 3-0 loss to Bayern Munich in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie was a reality check for the club, according to head coach Frank Lampard.

Gnabry: From Premier League flop to Bayern star

"You could knock me over with a feather. He's really fulfilled his potential," said former West Brom boss Tony Pulis on Sky Sports when told about Serge Gnabry's four goals in Bayern Munich's 7-2 humiliation of Tottenham in the Champions League in October.

Pep's blind spot on penalties?

Manchester City’s season now rests on the cup competitions and that means the margin for error is small. So the sight of Sergio Aguero crashing his penalty against the legs of Kasper Schmeichel should be a concern. That goalkeeper Ederson is now seen as a viable solution is a source of amusement but also indicative of City’s problems from the penalty spot.

Barcelona fight back to draw in Naples

Antoine Griezmann's first away Champions League goal since February 2017 ensured Barcelona secured a hard-fought 1-1 draw in the first leg of their last-16 tie with Napoli at the San Paolo.

Fulham's promotion hero eager to avoid lottery

On May 26 2018, Tom Cairney scored the winner in the Sky Bet Championship play-off final to send Fulham back to the Premier League after a four-season absence.

Sarri: Coronavirus shouldn't restrict Juve fans

Juventus head coach Maurizio Sarri has rejected suggestions that fears over the coronavirus should prevent the Italian club's fans from travelling to France for their Champions League tie against Lyon.

Silva keeps Forest in automatic contention

Nottingham Forest continued their charge towards the Championship automatic promotion places as Tiago Silva's second-half strike saw them beat Cardiff 1-0 in south Wales on Tuesday night.

CL lesson for Lampard's Chelsea

There were times during the second half at Stamford Bridge, as the red shirts flooded forward and the travelling fans bounced in unison behind the Chelsea goal, that Frank Lampard, usually a restless figure on the touchline, could only slump in his seat, as powerless as his players.

The Insider: Werner's future in Klopp's hands

In his latest weekly column, Sky Sports News reporter Kaveh Solhekol gives his thoughts on Timo Werner's future, Manchester City's potential battle to keep Raheem Sterling and much more...

Defining week for Real Madrid

Anticipation and vision were among Zinedine Zidane’s traits as a player so perhaps it is no surprise that the Real Madrid boss foresaw the problem. Asked last month about the sacking of Ernesto Valverde by Barcelona, he said: “At big clubs, that's how things are and nothing will change. I know that if we lose two games, I will be criticised.”

Pep: Sterling fit for Real Madrid clash

Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling has been cleared to play in the Champions League last-16 tie against Real Madrid on Wednesday.

MNF: The greatest English club side?

It is one of the oldest debates in football but Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher have tried to settle it with the help of their own points system.

League One & League Two highlights, round-up

Matty Godden's header cancelled out a howler from goalkeeper Marko Marosi as League One's top two Rotherham and Coventry fought out a feisty 1-1 draw.

Charlie's European predictions

Charlie Nicholas returns with more Champions League and Europa League predictions as the knockout stage continues.

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