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Europa League 2014-2015 (Group Stage): Highlights and Review Show (BT Sports). (19.09.2014)

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Europa League Highlights and Review Show (BT Sports)
Thursday September 18, 2014


Europa League

Including Highlights Of :

Qarabag - Saint-Etienne
Borussia M'gladbach - Villarreal
Apollon - Zurich
Club Brugge - Torino
Kobenhavn - HJK
Partizan - Tottenham Hotspur
Besiktas - Asteras Tripolis
Red Bull Salzburg - Celtic
Dinamo Maksimir Zagreb - Astra Giurgiu
PSV - Estoril
Panathinaikos - Dinamo Moskva
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk - Internazionale
Standard Liege - Rijeka
Sevilla - Feyenoord
Lille - Krasnodar
Everton - Wolfsburg
Young Boys - Slovan Bratislava
Napoli - Sparta Praha
Steaua Bucuresti - AaB
Rio Ave - Dynamo Kyiv
PAOK - Dinamo Minsk
Fiorentina - Guingamp
Metalist - Trabzonspor
Legia Warszawa - Lokeren


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Champions League 2014-2015: Highlights Review Show - UCL Goals (Skysports). (17.09.2014)

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UEFA Champions League: Skysports UCL Goals and Extra Time (ITV)
Tuesday 19 Augest 2014

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Including Highlights Of :

Roma - CSKA Moskva
Bayern Munchen - Manchester City
Barcelona - APOEL
Ajax - PSG
Chelsea - Schalke 04
Maribor - Sporting CP
Porto - BATE
Athletic Club - Shakhtar Donetsk



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UCL 2014-2015 (Group Stage): Barcelona v Apoel Nicosia - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (17.09.2014)

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Barcelona v Apoel Nicosia
Wednesday, 17 September 2014


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UCL 2014-2015 (Group Stage): Athletic Bilbao v Shaktar Donetsk - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (17.09.2014)

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Athletic Bilbao v Shaktar Donetsk
Wednesday, 17 September 2014


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UCL 2014-2015 (Group Stage): Ajax Amsterdam v Paris Saint Germain - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (17.09.2014)

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Ajax Amsterdam v Paris Saint Germain
Wednesday, 17 September 2014


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UCL 2014-2015 (Group Stage): AS Roma v CSKA Moscow - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (17.09.2014)

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AS Roma v CSKA Moscow
Wednesday, 17 September 2014


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Bayern Munich v Manchester City - Champions League 2014-2015 (Group Stage): Watch Online Full Match Replay. (17.09.2014)

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Bayern Munich v Manchester City
Wednesday, 17 September 2014


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The hosts had the better chances of the opening 45 minutes as both Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski hit the side-netting after rounding Joe Hart, who was in inspired form to keep both Muller and Mario Gotze at bay.
Hart denied Gotze again in a much more subdued second period, while David Silva threatened for City, but Boateng, who left Eastlands after a year with the club in 2011, struck with one minute remaining on the clock via Gotze's back to secure the three points.
Bayern were without Franck Ribery for the Group E opener but Pep Guardiola’s three-pronged attack still boasted plenty of goal threat with Lewandowski leading the line, while Arjen Robben returned to the bench following a knee injury.
Manuel Pellegrini, who was serving the final game of his touchline ban, opted to start Edin Dzeko ahead of Sergio Aguero up front in the most eye-catching of his four changes from Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Arsenal.
It was Guardiola’s men who began the liveliest and within 40 seconds of kick-off, one side of the ground thought Bayern had taken the lead as Muller rounded Hart after racing through on goal, only to find the side-netting as he lost his footing.
The German felt Hart had tripped him as he looked to apply the finish but Spanish referee Alberto Undiano Mallenco waved away the protests in an early warning for City assistant Ruben Cousillas.
City were seeing more of the ball than they might have expected in the opening stages, though, and Dzeko forced Manuel Neuer into a smart low stop at his near post after being threaded into an acute angle by Silva.
It was a fairly open start to proceedings and Joe Hart was called upon for the first time after 18 minutes with a superb one-handed save to deny Muller’s goal-bound header, before Boateng sliced over from the resulting corner.
Hart was busy again two minutes later to beat away Gotze’s deflected effort, while Dzeko curled a wicked left-footer inches wide of Neuer’s post at the opposite end after a swift City break up-field.
After two half chances in quick succession for Dzeko, David Alaba looked to up the ante in Bayern’s favour, lashing wide from range before Hart pushed away his half-volley after the ball had fallen kindly on the edge of the City box.
The hosts were beginning to find their rhythm and Lewandowski threatened for the first time on 35 minutes in a similar chance to Muller’s early miss, rounding Hart but hitting the side-netting after Alaba’s through ball.
Bacary Sagna, who came into the side for the suspended Pablo Zabaleta, then saw a near-post header pushed away by Neuer from Samir Nasri’s corner as the game remained goalless at half-time.
Five minutes after the restart, Philipp Lahm dragged a low strike wide after being invited to shoot from range before Hart clutched onto the ball after Vincent Kompany’s block had taken the sting out of Gotze’s shot.
City were prompted into their first change on 57 minutes as the match-winner in this fixture last year, James Milner, replaced the largely ineffectual Nasri.
Bayern had started the second half the brighter of the two and there was a nervy moment for Hart as he misjudged the flight of Rafinha’s cross from the right, but the England keeper managed to recover in time to push away the danger from Mehdi Benatia’s return ball.
City looked at their most dangerous on the counter-attack and an incisive move into the Bayern half culminated with Silva launching himself at a right-wing cross from Navas that he was just unable to direct on target.
That chance triggered a brief spell of possession inside the Bayern half for the visitors but Martin Demichelis was still needed to stand firm to block and then hook away Bernat’s inviting low cross from the left.
Hart then spilled a speculative strike from Rafinha but managed to react in time to block Muller’s rebound from close-range, although the linesman’s raised flag would have spared his blushes.
Dzeko made way for Aguero on 73 minutes, while Robben replaced Muller soon after for the hosts. The Dutchman was soon in the thick of things as his penalty appeals were dismissed after going to ground under the close watch of Fernandinho.
Silva then felt he was fouled inside the area at the other end after a clumsy challenge from Benatia.
Bayern were pressing for a late winner as Hart produced another stunning stop to push away Boateng’s long-range strike before the former City man finally broke the deadlock with one minute on the clock as he lashed home a half-volley from the resulting corner.
Replays later showed the strike to have taken a slight deflection on its way off the back of Gotze, but the former City defender was quick to claim a rare goal.
Substitute David Pizarro smashed into Hart’s side-netting moments later, while Aguero poked wide the game’s final chance after a gut-wrenching finale for the Premier League side.



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Chelsea v FC Schalke 04 - Champions League 2014-2015 (Group Stage): Watch Online Full Match Replay. (17.09.2014)

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Chelsea FC v FC Schalke 04
Wednesday, 17 September 2014


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Cesc Fabregas gave Chelsea the lead in the first half with his first goal for the club in controversial circumstances.
However, Schalke refused to lie down and earned a battling point with a second half equaliser from Klaas-Jan Huntelaar to deny Chelsea a winning start to this season's Champions League campaign.
The hosts started brightly and created their first opening on nine minutes when Schalke failed to clear a cross from Didier Drogba and the ball fell to Ramires inside the box, but the Brazilian got the ball stuck under his feet and failed to trouble Schalke keeper Ralf Fahrmann.
Chelsea broke the deadlock two minutes later in controversial circumstances through Fabregas. Fabregas appeared to foul Max Meyer in sliding in to try and win the ball back for Chelsea, but the referee failed to award a free-kick and Fabregas swapped passes with Eden Hazard to go clear on goal before slotting his shot past Fahrmann for his first goal for Chelsea.
Schalke were furious that the goal was allowed to stand with captain Huntelaar being booked for taking his protests too far.
Schalke fashioned their first chance of the game on 20 minutes when Sidney Sam cut in from the right and shot straight at Thibaut Courtois and a minute later Julian Draxler found space on the edge of the box only to drive his shot over the top.
Drogba had a sight of goal just past the half hour mark when Filipe Luis picked him out inside the box with an inviting cross, but the striker's header lacked the power to trouble Fahrmann.
Chelsea really should have doubled their lead on 37 minutes when Branislav Ivanovic burst into the box from Ramires' clever pass and pulled the ball back for Fabregas on the penalty spot and the goal at his mercy the midfielder lifted his shot over the crossbar.
Schalke were looking dangerous on the break and Kevin Prince-Boateng stung the palms of Courtois with a fierce strike from 30 yards on 39 minutes.
The visitors almost grabbed a leveller right on the stroke of half-time when Draxler set on on a fine solo run into the box and with the Chelsea defence standing off him he rolled his shot just wide of the far post.
Drogba wasted a great chance to double Chelsea's lead four minutes into the second half when Willian got down the right and fired over a cross to Drogba six-yards out, but the big striker missed the ball altogether.
Chelsea continued to pour forward in search of a second goal and Ivanovic forced Fahrmann into a good save at his near post on 52 minutes after being found in the box by a clever pass from Fabregas.
Drogba really should have scored on the hour mark after Eden Hazard sent him racing clear on goal, but his first touch sent him wider than he wanted to and he dragged his shot across the face of goal.
Chelsea were made to pay for those missed opportunities two minutes later as Schalke caught with them a lightening counter attack as Huntelaar grabbed the equaliser.
Huntelaar robbed Fabregas of the ball midway inside his own half to set Draxler on a powerful run 50 yards downfield who picked out Huntelaar on the left and the Dutch striker cut in and drilled his shot low past Courtois.
Drogba's miserable night continued on 66 minutes when Willian cut the ball back for the striker on the edge of the box, but the Ivory Coast ace drove his shot high over the crossbar.
Schalke continued to look dangerous on the break and the impressive Draxler fashioned a chance for himself on 70 minutes with some neat skill before driving in a shot which Courtois was forced to push away.
Jose Mourinho made a double change on 74 minutes from time with man of the moment Diego Costa and Loic Remy coming on for Drogba and Willian and two minutes later Remy almost scored when he saw his shot headed off the line by Roman Neustadter after Fahrmann flapped at a free-kick from Fabregas.
Chelsea poured forward in the final ten minutes in search of a winner and Hazard should have done better seven minutes from time when the ball dropped invitingly to him inside the box only to smash his volley over the crossbar.
A minute later Hazard had another sight of goal as Fabregas picked out his run into the box with a fine pass, but on the stretch the Belgian saw his shot turned round the post by Fahrmann.
John Terry went close to grabbing a winner in the final minute when he saw his header cleared off the line by Christian Fuchs, but Schalke held on for a draw.
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TV Show: Skysports Sunday Supplement (Podcast). (14.09.2014)

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Sunday Supplement - Skysports

Sunday 14 September 2014
This week the panel talk about England's post-World Cup fortunes, Diego Costa's impact at Chelsea and Cristiano Ronaldo possibly returning to Manchester United.


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UCL 2014-2015 (Group Stage): Bayern Munich v Manchester City - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (17.09.2014)

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Bayern Munich v Manchester City
Wednesday, 17 September 2014


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