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By Laura Savvas

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  1. Post update

    I've bombarded you with enough Champions League content for one morning.

    To get you excited for tonight's bumper fixtures, check out these pieces of content from around the BBC Sport website:

    How do United stop Messi?

    Ronaldo returns for trip to Juventus

    Man Utd are biggest team in England – Pique

    Porto were limited – Lawro analysis

  2. Solskjaer 'cannot see' Paul Pogba leaving the club before next season

    Manchester United v Barcelona (20:00 BST)

    Here's some good news, Man Utd fans...

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reckons he can't see Paul Pogba leaving the club before next season.

    The French midfielder, who rejoined United in August 2016, has been linked with a move to Real Madrid.

    Speaking before Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final against Barcelona, Solskjaer said: "Paul Pogba is looking forward to tomorrow.

    "At Paul's best he can run a game like this. I cannot see him not playing for Manchester United next season."

    Here's what else the boss said.

    Paul Pogba
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    SMS Message: Have a lot of respect for Casillas, and we have him a great reception last night, however that tweet is completed unnecessary, didn't expect that from him from George Flynn
    George Flynn
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    SMS Message: Porto should have had at least a point from that game! A shame to see Liverpool get so many poor decisions again! from David Robinson
    David Robinson
  5. 'Play with Messi & you will lift trophies'

    Manchester United v Barcelona (20:00 BST)

    Former Barcelona and Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure reveals what it's like to play with the "perfect team-mate" Lionel Messi.

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    Video caption: Manchester United v Barcelona: Yara Toure on Lionel Messi
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    David Robinson: Sorry Iker but your team was by far 2nd best last night. It's just petty to share photos like that. Liverpool could have another goal that was incorrectly ruled out for offside, yet that image isn't in his tweet

  7. 'Man Utd are still the biggest team in England' - Pique

    Manchester United v Barcelona (20:00 BST)

    Barcelona defender Gerard Pique says Manchester United are the "biggest team in England" as he prepares to face his former club in the Champions League.

    United host Barca at Old Trafford in the quarter-final first leg on Wednesday.

    Pique spent four seasons at United after joining as a 17-year-old in 2004.

    "They have always been the biggest team in England," he said. "All big sides go through good times and bad times, and there are periods of transition."

    Check out what else he had to say.

    Gerard Pique
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    SMS Message: Thought Guardiola got it right last night by going more conservative, as he did at Anfield this season, shows he's learnt his lesson from last year. If Aguero scores that pen (and Mahrez scores his at Anfield) its a perfect away performance. Fine margins from Anon
    Anon
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    Ash Williams: Liverpool looked excellent last night. Naby still worries me. I swore a few times when he couldn’t do a simple 6 yard pass

    Saidmadrid: have I heard Pep saying that sometimes is better to lose 1-0 than to draw 0-0????the man of a thousand excuses and faces who would never be gracious in defeat.pathetic

    Oyewole: Liverpool v Porto, this fixture is still an open game. You gotta to love that Porto striker. He only needed to be clinical. Spurs v City. City out already, their stat against English opposition is worst.

  10. Lionel Messi: How do Man Utd stop Barcelona star & what is it like to face him?

    Manchester United v Barcelona (20:00 BST)

    Darren Fletcher

    Former Manchester United midfielder

    Match of the Day

    I only came up against Lionel Messi once, when I came on to help Manchester United see out our win over Barcelona in the 2008 Champions League semi-finals, but that was enough to find out how difficult it is to stop him.

    It looks easier when you are watching from the bench but it is a different story when you are out on the pitch with him. You only really realise just how quickly he moves after he has accelerated past you.

    We managed to get the better of him that night, but it was obviously a different story when Barca beat us in the final in 2009 and outclassed us completely at Wembley in 2011.

    United are about to take on Barcelona for the first time since losing that night, and how they deal with Messi is probably even more important this time.

    Read the rest of the piece here.

  11. Tonight's big match

    Manchester United v Barcelona (20:00 BST)

    In case it had slipped your mind, there's quite a big football match taking place just a few minutes' walk from my desk here in Media City UK tonight.

    Here's the match preview for Man Utd v Barcelona.

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
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    Dan: As a Spurs fan I’m thrilled at the result, but sickened by the elbow assault on Kane by Fernandinho when he was on the floor. I thought VAR was supposed to analyse possible red card offences?

    Stuie Neale: Morning laura liverpool fan here, i thought mane’s goal was harshly ruled out for offside, i don’t agree with the ‘line’ of VAR, cause to me mane was onside & in PL it probably would stand. But great result for the lads

    Geoff Major: So Harry Kane might be out for the rest of the season BUT Spurs played some of their best football at the start of the year when he was out before. Sonny and the boys CAN do this!

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    SMS Message: Loss of Kane of course a huge blow but this current team so much more than the one man team we were when we relied on Bale. Quietly optimistic for the second leg... from Eddie
    Eddie
  14. Casillas' reaction

    Liverpool 2-0 Porto

    With the trusty help of an online translator, here's what the Porto keeper had to say after Tuesday's defeat: "I'm 100 percent optimistic!! Taking into account the results of the eighths of Champions League we can not think that the tie is lost.

    "The game in Dragao is missing and we will fight to get to the semifinals. Thanks to all the Portistas for the support in Liverpool!!"

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    Paul: Can anyone enlighten me on VAR rules versus VAR rules in Liverpool games? Asking for a friend called Iker.

    Let me see what good old Iker Casillas has to say then...

  16. Is Frenkie de Jong Europe's next big thing?

    BBC Sport visited Amsterdam to find out if Ajax's Frenkie de Jong has the attributes to become Europe's next top player, after the midfielder agreed to join Barcelona for the start of the 2019-20 season.

    De Jong's current team take on Juventus in the Champions League quarter-final first leg tie at the Johan Cruyff Arena on Wednesday.

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    Video caption: Is Frenkie de Jong Europe's next big thing?
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    SMS Message: Yes its a blow for spurs without Kane but wait - 'Here comes the Son do, do do, do. Here comes the Son. Its alright!' from Maggie, Lowestoft
    Maggie, Lowestoft