Valère Germain's First Touch Is A Goal

Just as Borussia Dortmund was picking up steam, Monaco capped it immediately. Quick on the counterattack, Monaco threaded together a string of passes once again opening up Dortmund's defense. With fresh legs, right as Valère Germain stepped onto the pitch, he made an impact.  

(Goal at 1:17)

Monaco makes history as the first team to score three goals in four consecutive matches in the Champions League. 

The Insane Bernabeu Whistles Directed At Ronaldo Make Him Unstoppable

Perhaps a small section of supporters within Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu are on to something. For the opening 75 minutes of Real’s second leg match against Bayern Munich, Cristiano Ronaldo, by his own standards and those of Real Madrid and all that jazz, cut a forlorn figure like only he can.   

It’s Confirmed, Juventus Are Not Paris Saint-Germain

For all the talk regarding what it would take for Barcelona to, once again, turn around a seemingly insurmountable lead, the difference between this return leg and the one against PSG was made immediately evident upon kickoff. Juventus played higher up the pitch, they made Barcelona entirely uncomfortable, they were sophisticatedly physical and they were capable of stringing passes together.

Marco Reus Gives Dortmund A Little Hope

Leave it to the young stars to light up the match. Ousmane Dembele worked some magic one-on-one in the penalty box and picked out his teammate Reus with ease. 

Sergio Ramos Claps Back After Gerard Pique Flames Real Madrid

The war of words between Gerard Pique and Real Madrid reached ESPN FC comment section levels of villainy with Sergio Ramos taking the time to respond to Pique’s latest trolling effort.

Pique has previously insinuated that Real always get an easy draw in the Champions League, that Real’s expulsion from the Copa del Rey last season was hilarious and that Alvaro Arbeloa is a cone — this is pretty much a regular thing from him. 

Champions League Preview: Can Barcelona Pull Off Another Miracle?

Barcelona vs Juventus: MSN try to work their magic for yet another comeback at home

Last 5 games

Barca: W L L W W

Juve: W W W L D

Barcelona find themselves in a deja vu situation again. The Catalans are trailing by three goals after being outclassed in Turin last week, and will need another big comeback to stay alive in Europe. Although they’re trailing a goal less than they did against PSG, they’re also facing a much tougher side to break down compared to the French outfit.

Lewandowski Converts Penalty To Draw Bayern Closer

After a scoreless first half at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, Bayern Munich opened the scoring early in the second with a Robert Lewandowski penalty kick. Arjen Robben drew a foul on the left edge of the box, pushing the ball past Casemiro, who is playing on a yellow. He was fortunate not to pick up a card, but nonetheless Bayern are back in this one. They need at least one more goal to advance to the semifinal. 

Ramos Own Goal Immediately Follows Ronaldo Header

Cristiano Ronaldo put Real Madrid out in front with a header, but the lead was brief. Sergio Ramos felt pressure in his own end, and a reactive clearance sent the ball past Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas.