Champions League News
Liverpool front three ride to the rescue of an unsure defence
Liverpool had to do the job twice over on Champions League upstarts Salzburg to get their defence of the competition back on track but again relied on a prolific front three to cover over the cracks of an unsettled defence.
Super subs give Manchester City 2-0 win over Dinamo Zagreb
Manchester City made it two wins out of two in the UEFA Champions League Group C on Tuesday.
Coutinho expected to spark Bayern Champions League charge
As Bayern Munich launch their Champions League campaign against Red Star Belgrade on Wednesday night, Bavarian hopes of reclaiming European club football's top prize rest to a large extent on the shoulders of Philippe Coutinho.
Guardiola chases Champions League vindication
After a series of painful Champions League failures, Pep Guardiola is on a mission to seal his Manchester City legacy by finally getting his hands on the trophy again.
Clubs call for more time for Champions League reform
European Club Association chairman Andrea Agnelli insisted on Tuesday that the "real deadline" to finalise controversial plans to reform the UEFA Champions League is not until 2022 as clubs struggle to reach agreement on a way forward.
Europe's clubs divided over Champions League reform
The battle over the future of the Champions League will resume on Monday and Tuesday when the European Club Association (ECA) meets in Geneva and the leadership faces a rebellion from members.
Guardiola unconcerned by lack of Champions League success
Pep Guardiola says he will not judge himself too harshly if his spell as Manchester City manager ends without winning the Champions League.
No hard feelings as Kane turns attention to England
England captain Harry Kane insists there will be no hangover from Tottenham's Champions League final defeat to Liverpool when players from both sides unite forces on international duty this week.