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Chelsea still basking in their ‘dream come true’

Chelsea have been defying expectations all season – from their surprisingly poor domestic campaign to Tuesday night’s astonishing humbling of Barcelona.

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Champions League semi-final: Real Madrid 2 - 1 Bayern Munich (3-3 on aggregate, Bayern win 3-1 on penalties)

BAYERN Munich will meet Chelsea in the Champions League final next month after beating Real Madrid 3-1 on penalties.


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Fergie can’t wait for noisy neighbours

Sir ALEX FERGUSON cannot wait for Sunday’s Barclays Premier League derby showdown with leaders Manchester City.

Last-gasp City keep hopes alive

Manchester City are finally up and running in the Champions League after snatching a last-gasp 2-1 win over Villarreal last night.

Gunners boss likes freedom

Arsene WENGER is looking forward to another Champions League outing in Marseille tonight after admitting his side play with more freedom in Europe.

Rooney gets nod to start

Sir ALEX FERGUSON believes Wayne Rooney proved on Saturday that there is no need to leave him on the bench again in Romania tonight.

Silva says City will improve

David SILVA is convinced Manchester City will still make their mark in the Champions League despite making life difficult for themselves.

Arsenal 1 - 0 Udinese: Theo Walcott goal fails to mask the problems for Gunners

Arsenal laboured to a 1-0 win over Udinese in the first leg of their Champions League play-off at Emirates Stadium, which left more questions than answers over life after Cesc Fabregas.

In pictures: Malmo 1 - 1 Rangers

RANGERS crashed out of the Champions League qualifying stages last night as poor discipline saw the Ibrox side reduced to nine men and unable to defend the 1-0 lead they held thanks to Nikica Jelavic's 23rd-minute strike.

Champions League exit would test Craig Whyte's resolve at Ibrox

THERE are six million good reasons why Rangers' stumbling performance on Tuesday night, which took them to the edge of the Champions League qualifying precipice, would have been the source of considerable dismay inside the Ibrox boardroom.

Daniel Larsson ready for the Rangers onslaught

Daniel Larsson insists Malmo will be fully prepared for an onslaught from Rangers next week as both clubs battle to remain in the Champions League.

Rangers 0 - 1 Malmo: Defeat leaves McCoist's men with it all to do

Rangers' Champions League hopes were left hanging in the balance tonight after they suffered defeat to Swedish outfit Malmo at Ibrox.

Ally McCoist admits he's worried after nightmare defeat against Malmo

ALLY McCOIST last night admitted to having concerns over the lame start to his reign as Rangers manager but bullishly insisted he can recover quickly by achieving a feat never before accomplished by any of his predecessors in the job.

How the Rangers players rated

Allan McGregor Powerless to prevent the goal, he did make two crucial saves from Wilton Figueiredo in the second half. 8/10

Cavalier approach fails as Ally McCoist dispenses with a tried-and-trusted formula

WHATEVER their aesthetic shortcomings in recent years, however unspectacular they may be, there has invariably been one quality you could rely on Rangers to display: solidity.

Rangers 0 - 1 Malmo: Larsson goal leaves slack Rangers in disarray

IT MAY have been a glorious summer evening in Glasgow last night but the first storm clouds of Ally McCoist's tenure as Rangers manager gathered regardless as his bid to reach the group stage of the Champions League got off to a bleak start.

Ally McCoist marked by old scars as European test looms

JUST as the Champions League group stage is the land of milk and honey for European clubs, so the path leading towards it can prove to be the cruelest form of footballing purgatory.

Rikard Norling admits Malmo face formidable test

MALMO head coach Rikard Norling has heaped pressure on Rangers and insisted they are favourites to come out on top in their Champions League qualifier.

David Weir prefers to focus on the game rather than the numbers

RANGERS captain David Weir has dismissed the notion of his appearances for the club being rationed this season, as he gets ready for a European campaign which could see him become the oldest outfield player in the history of the Champions League competition.

Steven Davis urges team-mates to bounce back with Champions League win

STEVEN Davis has urged Rangers to put their Clydesdale Bank Premier League opener against Hearts behind them by bouncing back with a win over Malmo in the Champions League.

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