Tuesday 25 November 2014

Champions League quarter finals

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates scoring the opening goal for Barcelona against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium. All photos Getty Images
Substitute Theo Walcott shot past Gerard Pique to score Arsenal's first goal.
Carles Puyol was sent off for bringing Cesc Fabregas down in the penalty area.
Cesc Fabregas blasted the resulting penalty into the net to equalise for Arsenal.
A goal from Alberto Milito gave Inter Milan a slender 1 - 0 victory over CSKA Moscow at the San Siro.
United got off to the best possible start with Wayne Rooney scoring inside two minutes.
United were heading towards victory when a needless handball by Gary Neville gifted Bayern a free kick in a dangerous postion
Franck Ribery took the resulting free kick which deflected off Wayne Rooney and into the United goal to give Bayern a 77th minute equaliser
Things got worse for United as Wayne Rooney went over on his ankle and had to be helped off the pitch
To compound United's misery Ivaca Olic scored the winner for Bayern with practically the last kick of the game.
Bayern's Martin Demichelis celebrates with Hans-Jorg Butt at the end of match. The German outfit take a one goal advantage into next week's second leg at Old Trafford.
Alex Ferguson conceded that Bayern had been the better team, bemoaning his side's poor display of passing: "Bayern were the better team, we can't complain about that, but we're better than that in possession. We kept giving it away and that was our downfall."
Lyon players celebrate Lisandro Lopez scoring the opening goal against Bordeaux.
Marouane Chamakh celebrates equalising for Bordeaux.
Michel Bastos put Lyon 2-1 up.
Lisandro Lopez scored Lyon's third goal from the penalty spot.
Bordeaux manager Laurent Blanc's team have alot of ground to make up in the second leg next week.

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