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# Champions League

Last year
Dzeko goal helps Inter Milan to first win of Champions League season
Inter made amends for last week’s defeat by Bayern with a 2-0 win over Viktoria Plzen.
Graham Potter: I’ve never attended a Champions League match ahead of Chelsea bow
Potter’s Chelsea debut will also double as his Champions League bow.
Rangers' Napoli tie pushed back after death of Queen Elizabeth II
The Champions League clash has been moved back 24 hours.
Battered Liverpool have to 'reinvent' themselves, says Klopp
“We were not working as a team.”
'Confidence' about Rugby World Cup despite Champions League fiasco
Supporters at the Champions League final struggled to get through bottlenecks accessing the ground and were repelled by teargas fired by local police.
Lewandowski scores historic hat-trick, Sane helps Bayern ease to comfortable win
Lewandowski became the first player to score a hat-trick for three different teams in the Champions League.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst: Rangers cannot compete with Champions League’s best
The Light Blues suffered a 4-0 defeat by Ajax in their first group game in 12 years.
Richarlison scores twice as Tottenham win on Champions League return
The summer signing scored two headers in the space of five second-half minutes to get Spurs out of trouble of their Group D opener.
Liverpool suffer Champions League humiliation against Napoli
The Reds shipped four goals in Naples.
Rangers hammered by Ajax on Champions League group-stage return
The Glasgow side lost 4-0 at the Johan Cruyff Arena.
Domenico Tedesco sacked by RB Leipzig as he pays price for thrashing
The decision was made the morning after losing 4-1 to Shakhtar Donetsk in the opening Champions League group game.
Haaland scores twice in Man City rout, lethal Mbappe helps PSG beat Juventus
Elsewhere, Shakhtar Donetsk pulled off a remarkable victory away to RB Leipzig.
Everything is missing – Thomas Tuchel frustrated as Chelsea falter again
The Blues fell to a shock 1-0 loss to Dinamo Zagreb tonight.
'I have built a career on winning things' - Postecoglou welcomes Real Madrid challenge
Champions League holders Real Madrid visit Celtic Park for the first time in 42 years this evening.
Celtic one of the few potential surprise packages as Champions League shadow-boxing returns
We preview the group stages that kick off tomorrow evening.
Real Madrid to begin Champions League defence against Celtic as fixtures announced
The 14-time victors travel to Glasgow for their Group F clash on 6 September.
All you need to know ahead of today's Champions League group stage draw
Liverpool, Chelsea, and Spurs face tricky draws, while daunting prospects await Celtic and Rangers.
'It was like playing against a fella who had a calculator to work it all out. We were trying to do it in our heads'
As Shamrock Rovers prepare to travel to Budapest this week, members of the last Hoops side to play there recall getting taught a lesson by Honved in 1985.
Rangers into Champions League play-off with stunning comeback
Malik Tillman’s goal capped a thrilling 3-0 win to overturn a 2-0 first-leg deficit against Union Saint-Gilloise.
Rangers lose in Belgium, Monaco need late equaliser in Champions League qualifiers
Rangers have it all to do next week following a 2-0 defeat to Union Saint-Gilloise.
Shamrock Rovers to face Hungarian or Azeri giants should they progress in the Europa League
The Hoops have learned their path to the Conference League group phase too, along with St Patrick’s Athletic and Sligo Rovers.
'The fourth official and the linesman were saying it was a foul, but somehow the referee points the other way'
Shamrock Rovers manager Stephen Bradley was proud of his side’s performance while also frustrated by a referee decision in Champions League exit to Ludogorets.
Shamrock Rovers out of the Champions League despite superb home victory against Ludogorets
Rovers beat the Bulgarian champions 2-1 at Tallaght, but exited 4-2 on aggregate.
Stephen Bradley rues 'naive' late goal that leaves Champions League progress 'almost impossible'
Shamrock Rovers conceded with the game’s final act in a 3-0 defeat to Ludogorets.
Last-gasp goal a sickener for Shamrock Rovers in Champions League defeat to classy Ludogorets
Rovers fell to a 3-0 loss in Bulgaria.
Shamrock Rovers v Ludogorets, Champions League qualifying
The next stage in Europe beckons for Stephen Bradley’s team.
Preview: Shamrock Rovers head to Bulgaria for daunting Champions League task
The Hoops face Ludogorets in the first leg of their Champions League second qualifying round tonight.
Travel issues put Rovers at a disadvantage ahead of difficult Champions League task
The Hoops face Ludogorets of Bulgaria in their Champions League second-round qualifier tomorrow night.
Shamrock Rovers could meet Dinamo Zagreb in Champions League qualifiers
The Hoops are away to Ludogorets in the second qualifying round tomorrow evening.
'Tricky' travel options set to complicate Shamrock Rovers' Champions League task in Bulgaria
Stephen Bradley hailed his side’s professional performance against Hibernians in Malta as they tonight secured progression to the competition’s second qualifying round.
Drab goalless draw in Malta seals Shamrock Rovers' progression in the Champions League
Stephen Bradley’s side are now in a strong position to secure group-stage football after a professional job against Hibernians.
'No excuses' as Rovers go to Malta to seal Champions League progression
The Hoops hold a three-goal first-leg advantage against opponents who have changed manager since the game in Tallaght.
Byrne and Burke give Shamrock Rovers big boost ahead of Champions League tie in Malta
Rovers hold a commanding three-goal lead from the first leg.
Jurgen Klopp reveals family were caught up in Champions League final chaos
“My family sent me messages before the game, ‘We are in the stadium, good luck’ – but they were not. These kind of necessary lies you receive.”
Then and now: Ronan Finn closing in on European history for a League of Ireland player
‘You get sick of moral victories when you do well but it’s just not good enough. It’s almost typical League of Ireland, you do well and then you fall.’
'I didn't mean to kick him in the face. Not at 2-0 up anyways. If I was 2-0 down maybe!'
Shamrock Rovers striker Rory Gaffney insists there was no malice intended when he connected with a kick to the face of Gabriel Izquier Artiles
No time for Kerry 'cute hoorism' as Gary O'Neill eyes Champions League progress with Rovers
Hoops midfielder accepts progress in Europe is a driving force as club bid to build on domestic dominance.
Liverpool fans urge French minister to resign after Champions League final chaos
Fans were tear-gassed as they tried to enter the stadium.
Postecoglou: Champions League is where Celtic 'needs to be'
The Hoops go straight into the September group stages of the tournament next season.