Laurens: Arsenal's UCL 2nd leg vs. Porto will be exactly the same (1:43)
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Arsenal need 'more savviness' in UCL - Rice

Declan Rice has urged Arsenal to show more "savviness" after admitting their Champions League inexperience cost them in Wednesday's round-of-16 defeat to Porto.

Leboeuf: Arsenal weren't prepared in loss to Porto (0:56)
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Xavi: Barça 'lacked maturity' in bittersweet draw

Barcelona coach Xavi Hernández felt his side lacked maturity as the Spanish champions were held to a "bittersweet" 1-1 draw by Napoli at the Stadio Maradona on Wednesday in the Champions League round-of-16.

Is Liverpool a better job for Xabi Alonso over Bayern Munich? (1:34)
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Burley: Napoli-Barcelona was really hard to watch (0:46)
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Porto stun shot-shy Arsenal with last-gasp winner

FC Porto snatched a shock last-gasp 1-0 victory against Arsenal with Galeno netting a sublime effort deep in stoppage time in their Champions League round-of-16 tie Wednesday.

De Jong blasts 'smoke & lies' over contract and Barcelona future (1:22)
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Where did Thomas Tuchel go wrong at Bayern Munich? (1:53)
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Do Porto have any hope vs. Arsenal in the Champions League? (1:06)
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Burley: Napoli have nothing to fear vs. Barcelona (1:00)
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Marcotti: Tuchel has become the ultimate lame duck at Bayern Munich (1:36)
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Takeaways from Inter's victory over Atletico Madrid (1:10)
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Burley weighs in on the controversial penalty in PSV vs. Dortmund (1:09)
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Arteta: Arsenal's round-of-16 history 'irrelevant'

Mikel Arteta called Arsenal's history of failure in the Champions League knockout stages "irrelevant" and challenged his players to create their own dream final at Wembley.

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PSV fight back to draw with Dortmund in 1st leg

Donyell Malen scored a superb goal against his former side but a second-half penalty from Luuk de Jong earned a 1-1 draw for PSV Eindhoven in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie against Borussia Dortmund at the Philips Stadion on Tuesday.

UEFA Champions League Table

Group AGPWDLGDP
Bayern Munich6510+616
FC Copenhagen622208
Galatasaray6123-35
Manchester United6114-34
Group BGPWDLGDP
Arsenal6411+1213
PSV Eindhoven6231-29
Lens6222-58
Sevilla6024-52
Group CGPWDLGDP
Real Madrid6600+918
Napoli6312+110
Braga6114-64
1. FC Union Berlin6024-42
Group DGPWDLGDP
Real Sociedad6330+512
Internazionale6330+312
Benfica6114-44
FC Salzburg6114-44
Group EGPWDLGDP
Atlético Madrid6420+1114
Lazio6312010
Feyenoord Rotterdam6204-16
Celtic6114-104
Group FGPWDLGDP
Borussia Dortmund6321+311
Paris Saint-Germain6222+18
AC Milan6222-38
Newcastle United6123-15
Group GGPWDLGDP
Manchester City6600+1118
RB Leipzig6402+312
Young Boys6114-64
Red Star Belgrade6015-81
Group HGPWDLGDP
Barcelona6402+612
FC Porto6402+712
Shakhtar Donetsk6303-29
Antwerp6105-113