In the cold chill of Munich’s Allianz Arena, a rampant Bayern was too much for the “Old Lady” Juventus in Tuesday’s Champions League quarterfinal action.
Champions League fans will enjoy the quarterfinals of the European soccer championships being played out in April. The March 15 draw saw resulted in classics such as Bayern [...]
Napoli fought back valiantly but was unable to score the winning goal and Juventus maintained its six-point lead atop Serie A.
A cannonball from 25 meters at a speed of 98 km/h by Roma captain Francesco Totti slowed Juventus in their quest for a second straight Serie A championship on Saturday in Rome.
AC Milan handed Juventus their second loss of the Serie A season when Robinho converted a penalty kick for the game’s only goal.
At Juventus Stadium in Turin on Saturday, Inter Milan broke the old lady’s 49-game unbeaten record with a brace from the impeccable Diego Milito.
Juventus crushed 10-man Udinese 4–1 on Sunday with two goals from Sebastian Giovinco.
Atletico Madrid’s striker Diego Forlan’s two goals ended Fulham’s fairytale after Fulham’s sublime triumph over Juventus earlier in the competition.
Liverpool left no doubt about who deserved to get to the Champions League quarterfinals on Tuesday with an emphatic 4—0 thrashing of nine-time European champions Real Madrid.
Rafa Benitez and Liverpool did it again in Europe.
The Reds stunned Real Madrid 1—0 in front of 85,000 fans at the Bernabeu in Madrid on Wednesday.