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Live Reporting

Mantej Mann

All times stated are UK

  1. Get Involved


    Mike: VAR is far from perfect but just imagine if it was available in 1986. We wouldn't have been talking about the "Hand of God" for the last 34 years.

  2. 'AD10S'

    It's a similar theme in Italy, where Maradona won two Serie A titles with Napoli...

  3. 'God is dead'

    Maradona’s image adorns front and back pages in France this morning, with sports paper L’Equipe carrying the headline: “God is dead”

    The popular Le Monde says: “He who never disowned his humble origins represents the aspirations for a better life of many poor children who dream of becoming football stars.”

    French newspapers
  4. 'Half angel, half devil'

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  5. Get Involved


    Sulaimon: The morning after a football great Diego Armando Maradona leaves us. I feel the teams he played for should retire their number 10 jerseys though Napoli has stopped using theirs since 2000.

  6. Maradona made world football better - Guardiola

    News of Maradona's passing had began to break before City took to the field in Greece.

    Both clubs held a minute's silence in honour of the Argentine, and speaking after the game, Pep Guardiola said Maradona "made world football better".

    "There was a banner in Argentina, one year ago, that I read that said: 'No matter what you have done with your life, Diego, it matters what you do for our lives,'" former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss Guardiola added.

  7. City on course for top spot

    Olympiakos 0-1 Manchester City

    It was better news for Manchester City, who overcame Olympiakos to seal qualification for the knockout stages.

    Phil Foden scored the only goal after 36 minutes when he slotted in from Raheem Sterling's delightful back-pass.

    Guardiola's side only required one point from their match in Piraeus to reach the last-16 and victory on Wednesday ensures they remain firm favourites to finish top of Group C.

    Read more here.

    Phil Foden
  8. 'Nearly a crime'

    Liverpool 0-2 Atalanta


    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, talking to BT Sport: "It was not a good game. Both teams didn't create a lot, until they scored the goals.

    "A deserved defeat in a difficult game. The referee didn't whistle a lot and that makes it even more difficult, for both sides. It was unbelievably intense and you need some breaks.

    "When the first half is gone, you usually settle - but for some players who didn't play for a while it was very intense for them. We didn't find a way in the game.

    "We had moments but not real chances. It could happen to other teams. You ask us to go Saturday at 12:30, which is nearly a crime. That is nothing to do with the result, but congratulations to you.

    "Thumbs up, no injuries and we go again."

    Jurgen Klopp
  9. What does it mean?

    Liverpool 0-2 Atalanta

    So how are we looking in Group D?

    Liverpool still lead the way on nine points, but Ajax and Atalanta are within touching distance just behind.

    It's still in their hands but Jurgen Klopp's side could drop out of the top two if they lose against Ajax, and Atalanta beat FC Midtjylland next week (1 December).

    Group D
  10. Group D blown wide open

    Liverpool 0-2 Atalanta

    Atalanta scored twice in four minutes to deliver a surprise victory over Liverpool and blow qualification from Champions League Group D wide open.

    A much-changed Reds side lacked fluidity and failed to have a shot on target at Anfield on Wednesday.

    Josip Ilicic and Robin Gosens struck for the Serie A side midway through the second half.

    Read more here.

    Atalanta score
  11. City through, Liverpool beaten

    Wednesday's Champions League action

    Let's step away from tributes to Diego for a moment as there was also plenty of Champions League action that took place last night.

    Manchester City sealed their progress to the knockout stages, while Liverpool were beaten at home by Atalanta.

    Let's start at Anfield then...

  12. Watch: Genius on the biggest stage

    If like me, Maradona was at his peak before your time, highlight reels like these are a must watch.

    Just incredible!

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    Video caption: Watch all of Maradona's World Cup goals
  13. Diego Maradona (1960-2020)

    Diego Maradona was aged 60 when he died.

    The former Argentina attacking midfielder and manager suffered a heart attack at his Buenos Aires home.

    He had successful surgery on a brain blood clot earlier in November and was to be treated for alcohol dependency.

    Maradona was captain when Argentina won the 1986 World Cup, scoring the famous 'Hand of God' goal against England in the quarter-finals.

    Read more here.

    Diego Maradona
  14. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    As always, you can have YOUR say on the news of Maradona's passing.

    Tweet #bbcfootball or send a text to 81111 (UK only).

    We'll be sharing your comments throughout the morning!

  15. 'El Diego'

    Thursday's back pages

    The Guardian

  16. 'Hasta siempre, Diego'

    Thursday's back pages

  17. 'Dieu Est Mort'

    Thursday's back pages

  18. 'Ho Visto Maradona'

    Thursday's back pages

    La Gazzetta dello Sport
  19. Paper talk

    Thursday's back pages

    Diego Maradona's genius was lauded by so many, so let's start by taking a look at some of the back pages of Europe's biggest titles...