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UEFA Champions League: ITV Extra Time
Tuesday November 25, 2014

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Matt Smith is joined by Gordon Strachan and Jermaine Jenas for highlights of all tonight's games as the battle to qualify for the knock-out stages intensifies. Chelsea face Schalke, managed by Roberto Di Matteo who led the Blues to European glory in 2012, while Manchester City's hopes of progressing are hanging by a thread as they take on the might of Bayern Munich.


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Lionel Messi All 74 Champions League Goals - Watch Online. (25.11.2014)

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Lionel Messi All 74 Champions League Goal.
Tuesday, 25 November 2014


Watch Lionel Messi All 74 Champions League goals to become the competition's all-time record goalscorer.








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Lionel Messi became the record Champions League goalscorer and Luis Suarez opened his account for Barcelona as the Catalan giants cruised to a 4-0 win over APOEL Nicosia.
Suarez put Barca ahead with his first goal for the club since his £64million summer move from Liverpool before Messi took centre-stage with a hat-trick - all with his less-favoured right foot.
The first of those saw him break former Real Madrid striker Raul's tally of 71 to make the Argentina superstar the leading scorer in the competition's history.
It was the second notable scoring record that Messi had broken in the space of three days, with the 27-year-old having also become the all-time leading Primera Division marksman at the weekend with his hat-trick against Sevilla.
That treble moved Messi onto 253 La Liga goals and broke Telmo Zarra's 59-year-old mark of 251.
As well as being a memorable night for Messi and Suarez, the victory keeps Barcelona in with a chance of pipping Paris St Germain to top spot in Group F.
Both teams had already qualified for the last 16 but PSG stayed a point clear of Barca with their win over Ajax.
Messi moved level with Raul's European record with a brace in Barca's previous match at Ajax, and he could have broken it inside three minutes on Tuesday only to see APOEL goalkeeper Rafael Urko do well to block his effort.
Messi was running the show early on and he set up good chances for Suarez and Jordi Alba, neither of which were taken.
It was Suarez who made the breakthrough, though, and in the process get on the scoresheet for the first time in Barcelona colours.
The Uruguay international created the chance with a superb bit of skill to turn his marker on the edge of the box and he beat Urko with a side-footed finish, albeit with the aid of a deflection.
That was in the 27th minute, and 11 minutes later Messi made it 2-0 and secured himself yet another spot in the history books when he stuck out his right foot to deflect Rafinha's shot into the net.
Dominant Barca picked up where they left off after the break and Pedro Rodriguez almost made it 3-0 with a low drive in the 51st minute.
A third goal was not much longer in arriving, however, with Messi moving onto 73 Champions League goals in 91 games when he picked up Dani Alves' pinpoint pass into the area and dinked a shot in off the far post.
Further Barca goals looked on the cards, but it was actually APOEL who came closest to netting next with a Tomas de Vincenti effort that produced a superb one-handed save by Marc-Andre ter Stegen.
The home side then received a further boost when Barca forward Rafinha was shown a second yellow card with 20 minutes to go, but the dismissal did little to change the flow of the game with Luis Enrique's visitors still looking to attack.
Suarez was denied his second by the feet of Urko before APOEL lost their numerical advantage when Joao Guilherme picked up his second booking for a foul on Pedro in the 84th minute.
All that was left after that was for Messi to notch up yet another hat-trick, the Barca captain knocking home Pedro's cut-back to cap a record-breaking evening for the Catalan outfit.
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Manchester City v Bayern Munich - UCL 2014-2015 (Group Stage): Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.11.2014)

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Tuesday, 25 November 2014


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Adrian Chiles presents full coverage from the Etihad Stadium. City's hopes of reaching the knock-out stages hang in the balance - they must win their last two games, starting tonight against Bayern Munich. With the Germans already assured of top spot in the group, City fans will hope Pep Guardiola rests a few key men. Commentary comes from Clive Tyldesley and Andy Townsend.






City looked to be heading to defeat against Bayern until Aguero popped up with two goals in the last five minutes to complete his hat-trick and turn the game on its head.
The home side had got off to the perfect start when Medhi Benatia was sent off after 20 minutes for bringing down Aguero for a penalty, with the Argentine picking himself up to score from the spot.
However, Bayern stunned City as two goals before half-time from Xabi Alonso and Robert Lewandowski turned the game in the German side's favour.
City huffed and puffed in the second half, but Aguero came to their rescue with two deadly finishes to earn them a famous victory and a win against Roma in their final Group E game will see them progress to the knockout stages, so long as Bayern do not lose to CSKA Moscow.
After a bright start from City, Bayern created the first noteworthy chance of the game on nine minutes when Arjen Robben lofted a ball into the box and Sebastian Rode latched on to it to fire a shot goalwards, but Joe Hart stood up big to keep out the effort with his legs.
City won a penalty on 20 minutes when Aguero got on the wrong side of Benatia to latch onto Frank Lampard's pass and the Bayern defender brought the striker down inside the box to concede the spot-kick, referee Pavel Kralovec showing a straight red card to the defender.
Aguero kept his cool from the spot to fire into the corner past Manuel Neuer for his 15th goal of the season and give City the advantage.
Pep Guardiola decided to shuffle his pack after losing Benatia, bringing on Dante for Rode to shore up his backline, but despite their numerical disadvantage Bayern still looked dangerous.
They drew level five minutes before the break when Xabi Alonso curled home a free-kick from the edge of the box after Eliaquim Mangala brought down Lewandowski. Alonso appeared to catch Hart by surprise as he rolled the ball low rather than over the wall and the ball trickled into the bottom corner past the stranded goalkeeper.
Things got even worse for City on the stroke of half-time as Lewandowski outmuscled Bacary Sagna to get on the end of Jerome Boateng's cross, the ball coming off his shoulder and looping over Hart to give Bayern an unlikely lead.
Bayern picked up where they left off at the start of the second half and went close straight after the break when Franck Ribery picked out Alonso on the edge of the box, but the midfielder looped his shot over the top.
Jesus Navas forced Neuer into a save on 50 minutes when he burst down the right and drilled in a shot which the Bayern keeper turned behind.
City continued to push and probe for an equaliser and Lampard tried his luck from 25 yards with a fierce shot which Neuer tipped over the crossbar.
The home side looked to be running out of ideas until five minutes from time when Alonso's poor pass was intercepted by Jovetic and the ball fell to Aguero. He raced clear of the Bayern defence before slotting his shot into the bottom corner past Neuer.
There was still time for City to grab a winner, as a minute into injury-time Aguero capitalised on a mistake by former City defender Boateng to go clear on goal, keeping his cool to fire past Neuer and spark wild scenes among the home fans and keep alive City's Champions League hopes.


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UCL 2014-2015: Champions League Goals (Skysports) - Watch Online Full Show Replay. (25.11.2014)

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UEFA Champions League: Skysports UCL Goals
Tuesday November 25, 2014

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A look back at all the goals from Tuesday's games on matchday five of the UEFA Champions League group phase. Matches include Manchester City v Bayern Munich and Schalke v Chelsea.


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UCL 2014-2015 (Group Stage): APOEL Nicosia v Barcelona - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.11.2014)

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Tuesday, 25 November 2014


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UCL 2014-2015 (Group Stage): Schalke 04 v Chelsea - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.11.2014)

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Tuesday, 25 November 2014


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UCL 2014-2015 (Group Stage): Manchester City v Bayern Munich - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.11.2014)

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Tuesday, 25 November 2014


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Adrian Chiles presents full coverage from the Etihad Stadium. City's hopes of reaching the knock-out stages hang in the balance - they must win their last two games, starting tonight against Bayern Munich. With the Germans already assured of top spot in the group, City fans will hope Pep Guardiola rests a few key men. Commentary comes from Clive Tyldesley and Andy Townsend.




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UCL 2014-2015 (Group Stage): CSKA Moscow v AS Roma - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.11.2014)

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Tuesday, 25 November 2014


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Howard Webb Analysis - Skysports's Monday Night Football (MNF): Watch Online Full Show Replay: . (24.11.2014)

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Skysports's Monday Night Football MNF
Monday, 24 November 2014

Ed Chamberlin Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher presents Skyspots's Monday Night Football MNF along Howard Webb - Aston Villa v Southampton


Former referee Howard Webb was a guest on Monday Night Football, and Gary Neville took the opportunity to ask Webb what he classifies as a headbutt. Nev and Carra the ask Howard Webb what constitutes a headbutt. ... Former big-time referee Howard Webb was in the Monday Night Football studios ahead of Aston Villa v Southampton of the Premier League match at Villa Park, where the struggling hosts are aiming to down the high-flying Saints. Last season's corresponding fixture ended goalless, but the visitors will be confident of claiming all three points on this occasion given their excellent form so far this term

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Howard Webb was the special guest on this week’s Monday Night Football and answered Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher’s questions about refereeing.
Webb, who has become technical director of the Professional Game Match Officials Board since hanging up his whistle in August, had a distinguished refereeing career. The Englishman became the first person to referee the finals of both the Champions League and World Cup in the same year in 2010 and won praise for his performances.
On Monday Night Football Webb explained the thinking behind Premier League referees’ decision-making and tried to explain some of the more controversial rulings from recent weeks.
Here’s Howard Webb on…
I was lucky to be involved in so many great games in the Premier League and around the world and every one of those games is massively important to those taking part and me as the match official. I have to do my job correctly, whatever the match is. Finals are hugely important and of course that affects players. You try to be that calming influence on the players, to set the benchmarks early in the game so the players understand where the line is. You don’t want to go in too early with discipline if you can manage the situation.
Sometimes you have to be busy from the first minute because the game demands that. People say the best referee is the one you don’t notice, but that’s not always the case. Sometimes you have to be seen and heard for you to be in control and you have to step your involvement up. Yes, sometimes the atmosphere in the stadium is more hostile and excitable than other ones and you know that’s going to affect the participants, so you need to be that calming influence in the game. The important thing is that the referee on the day is consistent through the 90 minutes.
The match officials have to make a judgement on what is violent, what’s aggressive. Violent conduct has got no place on the pitch. But emotion is there in the game as well and sometimes that leads to aggression. The match officials have to get the best viewing angles, and then taking action when they consider it has taken place.
Players run a big risk when they put their hands above the neckline, into the face. That’s really quite offensive. If you push someone violently to the chest to the ground then you’re looking at a red card but generally speaking we’re looking at above the neckline being the area where players run a big risk of being sent off.
As a referee you don’t want to overreact when you see two players coming together; the stakes are high, every game in the Premier League is massively important and the league table is tight. Of course we need to be consistent and we get together on a regular basis and look at these situations. We’ve got 17 individuals who are all trying to get that consistency, determining what is aggressive and what is violent. It’s difficult to set hard and fast rules to interpret that.
Our officials work with players all the time. People think that doesn’t happen but it does. There’s an interaction taking place, an encouragement from the referee and advice going the other way. That’s a strong feature of the English game, that there is that interaction, that element of working together. That’s come on leaps and bounds, working with captains. We have a team-sheet exchange with the captains in the referee’s dressing room before the game where we talk about how we’re going to run the game that particular day. We have lots of traction with the PFA, we talk about situations with players and managers. It’s a whole-game approach to achieve that level of consistency.
You’ve got to understand the difficulties when you’ve got so many people in a small, confined area. Football’s a contact sport and we allow contact. It’s trying to define what’s legal contact and what’s not legal contact. At the moment we’re in a consultation period, with various stakeholders in the game, with a view to giving out some clear guidance with what we consider to be legal and illegal contact. Even when we give the guidelines out – which haven’t been the easiest to draw up – there are going to be occasions when referees don’t see everything. What we don’t want to do is give some new directive people are going to over-react to. Clearly it’s a talking point – that’s why we’re doing the consultation – we’re keen to make sure everyone is on the same page.
There was a reduction of 30% in simulation last season from the previous season and this season has been consistent with the last so far, with seven cautions for simulation. It’s an issue the whole game has taken care of. No one wants to see an act of simulation. Managers have condemned their own players when that’s been evident. There are occasions when the referee misses the offence, when he doesn’t see what happened, he gets fooled. There are other occasions when they choose not to caution because there’s an element of doubt about whether it was a dive. You’re asking referees to accuse a player of cheating and you need an element of certainty to be able to do that. But our evaluation of our officials, which takes place on each and every game, suggests instances of a referee having to make a judgement of simulation or not have actually reduced.  
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Bundesliga 2014-2015: Review show and highlights (BT Sports). (25.11.2014)

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Bundesliga Football Highlights
Tuesday, 25 November 2014



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