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With a front three of Dries Mertens, Lorenzo Insigne and Jose Callejon, the Italians will fancy their chances of scoring against any side in world football. But it may well be going the other way that they will be concerned about tonight. City have been in sensational form so far this season, scoring 29 goals in their own eight league matches and boast an embarrassment of attacking riches - even without the injured Sergio Aguero. The match kicks of at 7. Gabriel Jesus. Fresh from being described as the most talented youngster in world football since Lionel Messi by Danny Murphy In his two previous appearances he has had the experience and quality of Sergio Aguero to rely upon.
The holders led from the first leg and after managed to secure safe passage into the last eight. And when the game was well and truly over, Alvaro Morata added a 91st minute tap-in to make the scoreline appear far more emphatic than it had been. Kieran Canning has dished out the ratings With Real Madrid just one goal away from a shock elimination, Sergio Ramos stood forward with a quickfire double to see the holders into the last eight once more. Madrid were thrown into a Neapolitan cauldron at the San Paolo and quickly felt the heat as Dries Mertens drilled hosts Napoli in front midway through the first-half. Sergio Ramos saves their bacon once more, after a first-half where they were outplayed by the hosts. Tough on Napoli, rightfully applauded off by their fans.
When is the 2019/20 Champions League group stage draw: Date, time and follow it live
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Eric Cantona will be presented the UEFA President's Award in recognition of his playing career and commitment to charitable causes. Last season's Champions League semifinalist Ajax struggled to a draw against Apoel Nicosia in their playoff first leg. Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold has been immortalised in a mural by Anfield. But it's no mere tribute -- it's a call to action for the community. Europe's biggest clubs have all released their new home, away and in some cases third strips for the season. Roberto Firmino has unveiled a incredible tattoo covering his entire back to celebrate winning the Champions League and Copa America this summer. Jurgen Klopp said the club "will see what we do" in terms of summer spending but added it wouldn't be the "biggest transfer window of all-time.