Published: Wed, April 11, 2018
Medicine | By Earnest Bishop

Five things we learned from the Champions League

Five things we learned from the Champions League

The Brazilian was one of the best players in the Premier League over the last couple of seasons but the pressure of a big fee could have had a bearing on his performances. "Right now we feel terrible".

Barcelona struggled under a barrage of crosses and set-pieces, with first-leg own-goal villains Daniele De Rossi and Kostas Manolas completing the job from a penalty and a corner respectively.

"With the advantage we had, we went out because we really did things badly. We had high hopes this season and it has escaped us again", added the 33-year-old player, who also acknowledged that the game could have been his last in the competition for Barca amid uncertainty about his future beyond this season.

Iniesta has won four Champions League titles with Barcelona is an iconic player for the Catalan side and if he is to leave Barca and bid goodbye to the Champions League then it could be considered a bad blow for football as well, particularly given the way that this midfield maestro has dominated the European football scene with his football.

They are unbeaten in the Primera Liga and had only previously lost once all season, to Espanyol in the Copa del Rey.

"They're going to have even more intensity tomorrow because when you're playing catch-up, you look to get the first goal and I imagine that will be their aim, so we've got to be alert", he told a pre-match news conference. "It is a very sad way to fall after the result we had".

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Wendle led off the fifth with his first homer to make it 3-1, and Duffy's second run-producing single chased Gonzalez. Sergio Romo pitched 1 1/3 innings, striking out Avisail Garcia with runners on second and third to end the eighth.

"They took us to their place and created chances against us".

Meanwhile, Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu apologised to the club's supporters.

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah dribbles around Manchester City goalkepper Ederson to score his side's first goal.

Cruising towards a title celebration in front of their home fans in Saturday's Manchester derby, City collapsed after the break as Paul Pogba's 53rd and 55th-minute strikes set Manchester United on their way to a famous 3-2 win.

Manchester City's Raheem Sterling is put under pressure by Liverpool's Georginio Wijnaldum.

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