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Football: Champions League result

Result of the quarter-final, second leg match between Bayern Munich and Manchester United at Munich's Allianz Arena on Wednesday. Bayern Munich (GER) 3 (Mandzukic 59, Mueller 68, Robben 76) Manchester United (ENG) 1 (Evra 57) Bayern qualify 4-2 on aggregate Teams Bayern Munich Manuel Neuer; Philipp Lahm (capt), Jerome Boateng, Dante, David Alaba; Thomas Mueller (Claudio Pizarro 84), Toni Kroos, Mario Goetze (Rafinha 65); Arjen Robben, Mario Mandzukic, Franck Ribery Yellow card: Rafinha (73) Coach: Pep Guardiola (ESP)

Football: Champions League result

Result of the quarter-final, second leg match between Bayern Munich and Manchester United at Munich's Allianz Arena on Wednesday. Bayern Munich (GER) 3 (Mandzukic 59, Mueller 68, Robben 76) Manchester United (ENG) 1 (Evra 57) Bayern qualify 4-2 on aggregate Teams Bayern Munich Manuel Neuer; Philipp Lahm (capt), Jerome Boateng, Dante, David Alaba; Thomas Mueller (Claudio Pizarro 84), Toni Kroos, Mario Goetze (Rafinha 65); Arjen Robben, Mario Mandzukic, Franck Ribery Yellow card: Rafinha (73) Coach: Pep Guardiola (ESP)

Football: Bayern Munich v Man United starting line-ups

Starting line-ups for the Champions League quarter-final second leg between holders Bayern Munich and Manchester United at Munich's Allianz Arena on Wednesday (1845 GMT kick-off): Bayern Munich (4-1-4-1) Manuel Neuer; Philipp Lahm (capt), Jerome Boateng, Dante, David Alaba; Toni Kroos; Arjen Robben, Mario Goetze, Thomas Mueller, Franck Ribery; Mario Mandzukic Coach: Pep Guardiola (ESP) Manchester United (4-2-3-1)

Football: Ba breaks PSG hearts as Chelsea scrape through

Demba Ba scored in the 87th minute to give Chelsea a last-gasp 2-0 win at home to Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday that swept them into the Champions League semi-finals. Trailing 3-1 from last week's quarter-final first leg in Paris, Chelsea trimmed PSG's aggregate advantage through a 32nd-minute goal by Andre Schuerrle, but the French champions remained on course for the last four.

UEFA to mark centennial of WWI combatants' soccer match

Madrid, Apr 8 (EFE).- UEFA said it planned to commemorate the centennial this Christmas of the World War I soccer match between soldiers from opposing armies during the spontaneous and unofficial cease-fire in the Belgian towns of Ypres and Comines-Warneton.

UEFA to mark centennial of WWI combatants' soccer match

Madrid, Apr 8 (EFE).- UEFA said it planned to commemorate the centennial this Christmas of the World War I soccer match between soldiers from opposing armies during the spontaneous and unofficial cease-fire in the Belgian towns of Ypres and Comines-Warneton.

Football: English Premier League leading scorers

Leading scorers in English Premier League after Monday's match: 29: Suárez (Liverpool) 20: Sturridge (Liverpool) 18: Touré (Manchester City) 15: Agüero (Manchester City), Rodriguez (Southampton), Rooney (Manchester United) 14: Hazard (Chelsea) 13: Gerrard (Liverpool), Giroud (Arsenal), Lukaku (Everton), Rémy (Newcastle) 12: Bony (Swansea City) 11: Dzeko (Manchester City), Lambert (Southampton), van Persie (Manchester United) 10: Adebayor (Spurs), Benteke (Aston Villa) afp

Football: Blanc vows PSG won't park the bus at Chelsea

Paris Saint-Germain coach Laurent Blanc declared on Monday that his side will go on the offensive against Chelsea as they seek to secure a place in the Champions League semi-finals. "We try to win with fairly attacking football; having the ball, causing problems for our opponents," Blanc said during a press conference ahead of Tuesday's quarter-final second leg. "If we want to become a great team at European level, we have to play like that both at Parc des Princes and elsewhere. We can't just have that philosophy at home."

Football: Bayern determined to put defeat behind them

Holders Bayern Munich will bid to bounce back from their shock Bundesliga defeat at the weekend by reaching the last four of the Champions League on Wednesday by beating Manchester United in their Champions League quarter-final, second-leg, clash. Having drawn the previous two matches, the Champions League holders suffered their first league defeat in 18 months when their 53-match run was ended by a 1-0 defeat at Augsburg on Saturday. The defeat followed last Tuesday's 1-1 first-leg draw against United at Old Trafford.

Football: Everton close on Arsenal in Champions League chase

Everton bolstered their hopes of Champions League football next season by moving to within a point of fourth-placed Arsenal after they beat the Gunners 3-0 in the Premier League at Goodison Park on Sunday. Goals from Steven Naismith, Romelu Lukaku and an own-goal by Everton old boy Mikel Arteta saw the Toffees, who have a game in hand over Arsenal, record a convincing victory. "It was a very good performance," Everton manager Roberto Martinez told Sky Sports.
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