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Spartak get stadium ban over Liverpool chant

Spartak Moscow have been hit with a partial stadium closure by UEFA for 'racist behaviour' towards Liverpool striker Bobby Adekanye.

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Roma charged over Chelsea monkey chants

UEFA has charged Roma for racist behaviour after some of their fans made "monkey chants" during the Champions League game against Chelsea.

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1dJonathan Smith

De Bruyne wants trophies, not accolades

Kevin De Bruyne tells ESPN FC that he doesn't want personal honours unless he's winning trophies with Manchester City.

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1dMatt McGinn

Navas dazzles with substance over flair

While Keylor Navas may not be glamorous, his performances in goal for Real Madrid have been consistent and steadfast during his time at the Bernabeu.

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2dTerry Daley

Dzeko's goals emblematic of career revival

The Roma striker's big night against Chelsea shows Dzeko is settling into Eusebio Di Francesco's 4-3-3 system, which bodes well for Roma's future.

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UEFA to increase solidary payments

Top-flight clubs across Europe are set to benefit from increased solidary payments in order to develop their youth programmes, UEFA has announced.

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Neymar: I'll help 'golden boy' Mbappe grow

PSG star Neymar has vowed to support "golden boy" Kylian Mbappe in the same ways Lionel Messi helped him during his time at Barcelona.

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2dRaphael Honigstein

Mixed bag for Germany in Champions League

It was a mixed bag for German clubs in the Champions League this week as Dortmund might focus on the league while Bayern and Leipzig make progress.

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Trending: United win through bizarre error

Manchester United battled to a 1-0 victory away to Benfica to make it three wins from three as goalkeeper Mile Svilar made a huge gaffe.

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2dGabriele Marcotti

Marcotti: Conte has skills to fix Chelsea

Antonio Conte has been in similar stressful situations with Juventus in the past and he won multiple titles there. He can do that at Chelsea, too.

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Valverde calls for 200-goal milestone from Messi (0:24)
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Neymar: Mbappe is PSG's 'golden boy' (0:20)
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Hazard: Chelsea deserved draw with Roma (0:20)
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2dNick Ames

Lloris, Winks, Messi in UCL best XI

With the third games in the group stage complete, Nick Ames picks the best Champions League XI -- with Tottenham having a few to celebrate.

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2dBen Gladwell

Roma's Nainggolan stayed for trophies

Radja Nainggolan says he stayed with Roma to win a trophy despite being linked with Chelsea.

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2dDan Kilpatrick

Kane delighted with Ronaldo shirt swap

Kane was influential in Tottenham's opener, pressurising Raphael Varane into an own goal, while Ronaldo equalised from the penalty spot.

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Wijnaldum: Reds knew goals would come

Netherlands international Wijnaldum says Jurgen Klopp's side kept belief and were more ruthless.

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Mou: I won't cry about injuries like other managers (1:03)
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Valverde calls on Barca to maintain current success (1:10)