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Football: Champions League leading scorers

Champions League leading scorers in the 2013/2014 tournament following Tuesday's quarter-final second leg matches: 14: Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid/ESP) 10: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris SG/FRA) 8: Lionel Messi (Barcelona/ESP) 7: Diego Costa (Atletico Madrid/ESP) 6: Sergio Aguero (Man City/ENG), Robert Lewandowski (Borussia Dortmund/GER) 5: Gareth Bale (Real Madrid/ESP), Alvaro Negredo (Man City/ENG), Arturo Vidal (Juventus/ITA), Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund/GER)

Football: Champions League quarter-finals fixtures

Fixtures for the Champions League quarter-finals after Friday's draw at UEFA headquarters in Nyon: First leg Tuesday, April 1 Barcelona (ESP) v Atletico Madrid (ESP) Manchester United (ENG) v Bayern Munich (GER) Wednesday, April 2 Real Madrid (ESP) v Borussia Dortmund (GER) Paris St-Germain (FRA) v Chelsea (ENG) Return leg Tuesday, April 8 Borussia Dortmund (GER) v Real Madrid (ESP) Chelsea (ENG) v Paris St-Germain (FRA) Wednesday, April 9

Football: Champions League quarter-final fixtures

Champions League quarter-final fixtures after Friday's draw: Barcelona (ESP) v Atletico Madrid (ESP) Real Madrid (ESP) v Borussia Dortmund (GER) Paris St-Germain (FRA) v Chelsea (ENG) Manchester United (ENG) v Bayern Munich (GER) Note: First leg matches to be played April 1/2, second leg matches on April 8/9 lp

Football: Champions League quarter-final line-up

Teams through to the quarter-finals of the Champions League after the final two last-16 ties were completed on Wednesday: Bayern Munich (GER) Atletico Madrid (ESP) Barcelona (ESP) Paris Saint-Germain (FRA) Real Madrid (ESP) Chelsea (ENG) Manchester United (ENG) Borussia Dortmund (GER) Draw will take place at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland on Friday, March 21 at 1100 GMT afp

Football: Europa League results

Europa League round of 32, second-leg results on Thursday: At Kazan, Russia Rubin Kazan (RUS) 0 Real Betis (ESP) 2 (Nono 45, Ruben Castro 64) Betis win 3-1 on aggregate Playing later (first-leg scores in brackets) (1800 GMT) At Sofia Ludogorets Razgrad (BUL) v Lazio (ITA) (1-0) At Basel, Switzerland FC Basel (SUI) v Maccabi Tel Aviv (ISR) (0-0) At Salzburg, Austria Salzburg (AUS) v Ajax (NED) (3-0) At Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Football: Europa League last 32 second leg fixtures

Fixtures for Thursday's Europa League last 32, second leg matches (kick-offs GMT): At Kazan, Russia (1700) Rubin Kazan (RUS) v Real Betis (ESP) First leg: 1-1 Kick-off 1800 At Naples, Italy Napoli (ITA) v Swansea (ENG) First leg: 0-0 At Seville, Spain FC Sevilla (ESP) v Maribor (SLO) First leg: 2-2 At Donetsk, Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR) v Viktoria Plzen (CZE) First leg: 1-1 At Razgrad, Bulgaria Ludogorets (BUL) v Lazio (ITA) Ludgorets lead 1-0

Football: Europa League last 32 second leg fixtures

Fixtures for Thursday's Europa League last 32, second leg matches (kick-offs GMT): At Kazan, Russia (1700) Rubin Kazan (RUS) v Real Betis (ESP) First leg: 1-1 Kick-off 1800 At Naples, Italy Napoli (ITA) v Swansea (ENG) First leg: 0-0 At Seville, Spain FC Sevilla (ESP) v Maribor (SLO) First leg: 2-2 At Donetsk, Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR) v Viktoria Plzen (CZE) First leg: 1-1 At Razgrad, Bulgaria Ludogorets (BUL) v Lazio (ITA) Ludgorets lead 1-0

Football: Europa League last-32 fixtures

Europa League fixtures on Thursday: Last-32, first-leg matches (Kick-offs 1800GMT unless stated) At Ramenskoye, Russia Anzhi Makachkala (RUS) v Genk (BEL) (1700GMT) At Turin, Italy Juventus (ITA) v Trabzonspor (TUR) At Esbjerg, Denmark Esbjerg (DEN) v Fiorentina (ITA) At Liberec, Czech Republic Liberec (CZE) v AZ Alkmaar (NED) At Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine Dnipro (UKR) v Tottenham (ENG) At Odessa, Ukraine

Football: European Cup/Champions League winners

List of previous winners of the European Cup/Champions League ahead of the start of this season's knockout phase on Tuesday (most recent title in brackets): Real Madrid (ESP) - 9 times (most recent 2002) AC Milan (ITA) - 7 (2007) Bayern Munich (GER) - 5 (2013) Liverpool (ENG) - 5 (2005) Barcelona (ESP) - 4 (2011) Ajax (NED) - 4 (1995) Manchester United (ENG) - 3 (2008) Internazionale (ITA) - 3 (2010) Benfica (POR) - 2 (1962) Juventus (ITA) - 2 (1996) Nottingham Forest (ENG) - 2 (1980)

Football: Croatia squad for Switzerland friendly

Croatia coach Niko Kovac on Monday named a 27-man squad for next month's friendly against Switzerland to be played as part of his team's preparations for the 2014 World Cup finals. Croatia will face Switzerland in St Gallen on March 5. Their second friendly, against Mali, is scheduled for May 31, most likely at home. "The Fiery Ones" ("Vatreni") were to play their last World Cup build-up match on June 6, against Australia, already in Brazil.
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