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Stephan Shemilt

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    Right, it's time for me to get out of here, leaving you with a reminder that Manchester United's Europa League quarter-final second leg against Anderlecht will be live here tomorrow night.

    We'll have the draw for both the Champions League and Europa League semis on Friday.


  2. 'We gave Barca no space'

    Barcelona 0-0 Juventus (agg 0-3)

    Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci: "We knew Barcelona were ready to risk everything tonight, but we closed down all the spaces. 

    "Scoring three in the first leg and not conceding at the Camp Nou is the evidence that we are a great team, a great group. Now we need to make another difficult step to reach the final in Cardiff. 

    "The draw? I think every team would like to avoid us now."  

  3. 'The first goal was my mistake'

    Monaco 3-1 Dortmund (agg 6-3)

    Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Bürki: "Our mistakes helped them to two early goals, which made things even more difficult. 

    "We tried everything after the break and I think we put in a good performance then, but it was over after their third goal. 

    "The first goal was my mistake, I should have used my fists to push it further away."  

  4. We didn't have the luck - Tuchel

    Monaco 3-1 Dortmund (agg 6-3)

    Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel: "Unfortunately we didn't have the quality, energy or the luck to get into the semi-finals." 

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    Barcelona 0-0 Juventus (agg 0-3)

    The Juve boys have been busy tweeting from inside their Nou Camp dressing room. We can't understand Italian, but we think they're happy...

    (And nice to see midfielder Claudio Marchisio spent a bit of time sticking a filter on his shared photo!)

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    Neil: Have Juve improved because Pogba left or because they spent the money wisely?

    Gary Snoad: Juventus might have a great defence but they were only able to play that way after dominating Barca & winning 3-0 in 1st leg 

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    BBC Radio 5 live

    The European Football Show I told you about - it's on the air now. 

    You can listen to Mark Chapman as he reviews this week's Champions League matches by following the audio icon at the top of the page.

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    Before this season, Juventus had only twice made the Champions League semi-finals in this century. On the two occasions that they got to the last four, they went through to the final, but lost them both.

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    Freddie Caine: Incredible that the whole Vidal-Pirlo-Marchisio-Pogba midfield has been moved out and yet Juve have managed to improve.

    Dave Wood: This Monaco team are seriously going places. Sadly the infrastructure at the club means the star players will always be sold.

    Chris Leonard: Monaco v Juve semi please. Irresistible force versus immovable object! Bring it on.

    Giorgio Chiellini
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    Barcelona 0-0 Juventus (agg 0-3)

    Barca huffed and puffed. But they couldn't blow down the Juve house over 180 minutes.

    35 shots. Five on target. None bulging the onion bag.

    The Spanish champions controlled the second leg tonight, with 65% possession and spending over a third of the game deep in Juventus territory.

    It didn't matter.

    Barcelona v Juventus
  11. European Football Show

    BBC Radio 5 live

    To mark your card, BBC Radio 5 live will bring you reaction to tonight's games from 22:00 BST this evening. The semi-final draw is on Friday.

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    Strawberry Blonde: If Juve can keep out Monaco's relentless attack as well as Barcelona's then they absolutely deserve to win the Champions League 

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    The Old Lady...

    Juventus have reached the Champions League semi-finals for the seventh time, more than any other Italian side.


    The New Kids on the Block...

    Monaco are the first Ligue 1 team to reach the last four since Lyon in 2009-10.

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    Imagine if Juventus and Monaco meet in the semis or final. Breath-taking attack against the most miserly of defences. It would be like when Homer Simpson took up boxing, with his plan being taking so much punishment that his opponent eventually collapsed in a heap.

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    Barcelona 0-0 Juventus (agg 0-3)

    Neymar was in tears as he left the field. As a Brazilian who plays for Barcelona, he probably doesn't lose very often and certainly doesn't take it well.

    Neymar of Barcelona

    Monaco 3-1 Dortmund (agg 6-3)

    Monaco complete the Champions League semi-final line-up, outscoring Dortmund just like they did Manchester City. They are lightning going forward.

    Valere Germain
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    Barcelona 0-0 Juventus (agg 0-3)


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    Barcelona 0-0 Juventus (agg 0-3)

    Barcelona are out of the Champions League, thoroughly undone by a wonderful Juventus team. The other semi-finalists must figure out how to score against them.

    Lionel Messi
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    Barcelona 0-0 Juventus (agg 0-3)

    Flags are being waved in the Nou Camp, Barca fans are not saying goodbye to the Champions League with a whimper. This will be the third time in four seasons they are out in the last eight.

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    Barcelona 0-0 Juventus (agg 0-3)

    Barca, by the way, have had 19 shots. Only one has been on target. That tells a story.

    Barcelona v Juventus