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    Thumbs up 🏆 ⚽️ ♛ 2016–17 UEFA Champions League🏆 ⚽️ ♛ ⚽️ 🏆REAL MADRID CHAMPIONS 12th TIME🏆🏆



    UEFA Champions League


    Leicester City, the BPL champions, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur take automatic places in the group stages.
    After their 1-1 draw at Swansea City, Manchester City will contest a play-off, barring a Manchester United victory by at least 18 goalsover AFC Bournemouth on Tuesday.

    A fifth BPL side can feature in the UCL next season, if Liverpool earn a place in the group stages through winning the Europa League final against Sevilla in Basel on 18 May.
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    Group stage
    Real MadridTH (2nd) Bayern Munich (1st) Sporting CP (2nd) Club Brugge (1st)
    Barcelona (1st) Borussia Dortmund (2nd) Paris Saint-Germain (1st) Basel (1st)
    Atlético Madrid (3rd) Bayer Leverkusen (3rd) Lyon (2nd) Beşiktaş (1st)
    Leicester City (1st) Juventus (1st) CSKA Moscow (1st) Sevilla (EL)
    Arsenal (2nd) Napoli (2nd) Dynamo Kyiv (1st)
    Tottenham Hotspur (3rd) Benfica (1st) PSV Eindhoven (1st)
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    Benfica 1 0 1
    Borussia Dortmund 0 4 4
    Borussia Dortmund 2 1 3
    Monaco 3 3 6
    Manchester City 5 1 6
    Monaco (a) 3 3 6
    Monaco 0 1 1
    Juventus 2 2 4
    Porto 0 0 0
    Juventus 2 1 3
    Juventus 3 0 3
    Barcelona 0 0 0
    Paris Saint-Germain 4 1 5
    Barcelona 0 6 6
    Juventus
    Winners of semi-final 1
    Bayern Munich 5 5 10
    Arsenal 1 1 2
    Bayern Munich 1 2 3
    Real Madrid (a.e.t.) 2 4 6
    Real Madrid 3 3 6
    Napoli 1 1 2
    Real Madrid 3
    Atlético Madrid 0
    Bayer Leverkusen 2 0 2
    Atlético Madrid 4 0 4
    Atlético Madrid 1 1 2
    Leicester City 0 1 1
    Sevilla 2 0 2
    Leicester City 1 2 3
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    Wednesday, 24 August
    H. Be'er Sheva
    2
    Game 2
    FT
    Celtic
    0
    Viktoria Plzen
    2
    Game 2
    FT
    Ludogorets
    2
    Legia Warsaw
    1
    Game 2
    FT
    Dundalk
    1
    Roma
    0
    Game 2
    FT
    Porto
    3
    Wednesday, 24 August
    Monaco 1 Game 2
    FT
    Villarreal 0
    Thursday, 25 August
    Apoel Nicosia 1 Game 2
    FT
    København 1
    Man. City 1 Game 2
    FT
    Steaua Bucuresti 0
    FC Rostov 4 Game 2
    FT
    Ajax 1
    Mönchengladbach 6 Game 2
    FT
    Young Boys 1
    Red Bull
    1
    Game 2
    FT
    Dinamo Zagreb
    2
    All times are in India Standard Time

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    Wednesday, 28 September

    Sporting 12:15 AM
    Legia Warsaw
    Sevilla 12:15 AM
    Lyon

    Dinamo Zagreb 12:15 AM
    Juventus
    CSKA Moscow 12:15 AM
    Tottenham

    Dortmund 12:15 AM
    Real Madrid
    Monaco 12:15 AM
    Bayer

    København
    12:15 AM
    Club Brugge
    Leicester City
    12:15 AM
    Porto


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    Hat-tricks for Messi and Özil on goal-filled Wednesday

    Barcelona, thanks largely to a hat-trick from Lionel Messi, and Atlético Madrid made it nine points out of nine as Mesut Özil registered a treble of his own in a 6-0 victory for Arsenal.








    • Lionel Messi scores a hat-trick as Barcelona maintain their 100% record, beating Manchester City
    • Atlético Madrid also make it three wins from three after overcoming Rostov
    • Arsenal and Paris have a six-point cushion in Group A after defeating Ludogorets and Basel respectively
    • Mesut Özil on target three times in the second half in Arsenal's 6-0 triumph
    • Beşiktaş end Napoli's perfect start to the UEFA Champions League group stage

    Group A
    Arsenal 6-0 Ludogorets Razgrad
    Mesut Özil scored a second-half hat-trick as Arsenal blew Ludogorets away. The German international took centre stage after Alexis Sánchez, with a deft chip, Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had given the north Londoners a 3-0 advantage by the 46-minute mark.
    Paris Saint-Germain 3-0 Basel
    Ángel Di Mar*a, Lucas and Edinson Cavani, with a late spot kick, gave the scoreline a somewhat flattering appearance on a night when Basel hit the woodwork three times.
    Vincent Aboubakar (right) was the match winner for Beşiktaş©AFP/Getty ImagesGroup B
    Napoli 2-3 Beşiktaş
    Beşiktaş registered their first success in 12 all-time encounters with Italian opposition thanks to Vincent Aboubakar's winner, his second goal of the match, four minutes from time. Fabri saved Lorenzo Insigne's penalty for the Serie A side with the score at 2-1 but was eventually beaten from the spot by Manolo Gabbiadini.
    Dynamo Kyiv 0-2 Benfica
    Franco Cervi's strike added to Eduardo Salvio's early spot kick, awarded after Antunes brought down Gonçalo Guedes, as Benfica recorded their first victory in the section.
    Group C
    Celtic 0-2 Borussia Mönchengladbach
    Lars Stindl's drive through the legs of goalkeeper Craig Gordon, following an unsuccessful attempt by Kolo Touré to shepherd the ball out of play, gave the Bundesliga team a 57th-minute lead. André Hahn then punished another error by the defender as the Foals garnered their first points.
    Gladbach scorer André Hahn and a crestfallen Kolo Touré©Getty ImagesBarcelona 4-0 Manchester City
    Lionel Messi's seventh UEFA Champions League hat-trick ensured a miserable Camp Nou return for Josep Guardiola. Messi's second came eight minutes after former Barcelona custodian Claudio Bravo was sent off for handling a lob by Luis Suárez outside the area. Messi teed up Neymar, who moments earlier had a penalty stopped by Willy Caballero, for the fourth late on.
    Group D
    Bayern München 4-1 PSV Eindhoven
    Bayern posted their first win in four as they bounced back from their matchday two setback in Madrid, Robert Lewandowski and Arjen Robben making the points safe after Luciano Narsingh had replied to goals from Thomas Müller and Joshua Kimmich.

    Rostov 0-1 Atlético Madrid
    Atlético were made to work before finally making the breakthrough just after the hour. Yannick Carrasco's thumping finish at the far post not only rubber-stamped the Rojiblancos' third successive victory – it also inflicted on Rostov their first home defeat in 27 games.

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    2016/17 UEFA Champions League access list


    The 2016/17 UEFA Champions League kicks off on 28 June 2016 and comes to a conclusion when the final takes place at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on 3 June 2017.
    A country's representation in the UEFA Champions League is determined by its UEFA coefficient ranking, which is calculated over a five-year basis. The 2016/17 access list is determined by the ranking as of the end of the 2014/15 season.


    • Match calendar: road to Cardiff


    2016/17 UEFA Champions League access list
    All information is provisional and subject to final confirmation from UEFA
    Association League Route Champions Route Group stage
    Rank Q3 PO Q1 Q2 Q3 PO
    N/A Holders TH
    N/A UEFA Europa League title holders TH* →
    1 Spain N4 CH RU N3
    2 England N4 CH RU N3
    3 Germany N4 CH RU N3
    4 Italy N3 CH RU
    5 Portugal N3 CH RU
    6 France N3 CH RU
    7 Russia RU CH
    8 Ukraine RU CH
    9 Netherlands RU CH
    10 Belgium RU CH
    11 Switzerland RU CH
    12 Turkey RU CH
    13 Greece RU CH
    14 Czech Republic RU CH
    15 Romania RU CH
    16 Austria CH
    17 Croatia CH
    18 Cyprus CH
    19 Poland CH
    20 Israel CH
    21 Belarus CH
    22 Denmark CH
    23 Scotland CH
    24 Sweden CH
    25 Bulgaria CH
    26 Norway CH
    27 Serbia CH
    28 Slovenia CH
    29 Azerbaijan CH
    30 Slovakia CH
    31 Hungary CH
    32 Kazakhstan CH
    33 Moldova CH
    34 Georgia CH
    35 Finland CH
    36 Iceland CH
    37 Bosnia and Herzegovina CH
    38 Liechtenstein**
    39 FYR Macedonia CH
    40 Republic of Ireland CH
    41 Montenegro CH
    42 Albania CH
    43 Luxembourg CH
    44 Northern Ireland CH
    45 Lithuania CH
    46 Latvia CH
    47 Malta CH
    48 Estonia CH
    49 Faroe Islands CH
    50 Wales CH
    51 Armenia CH
    52 Andorra CH
    53 San Marino CH
    54 Gibraltar CH
    Abbreviations:
    Q1: First qualifying round
    Q2: Second qualifying round
    Q3: Third qualifying round
    PO: Play-off round
    TH: The holders
    CH: Champions
    RU: Runners-up
    N3: Third-placed side
    N4: Fourth-place side
    *The UEFA Europa League winners will start in the UEFA Champions League play-offs unless the 2015/16 UEFA Champions League winners finish their domestic campaign in a league position which means they would have qualified for the group stage via that method.
    If that does happen, a group stage vacancy is created which the UEFA Europa League winners would fill.
    If that did not happen, the UEFA Europa League winners would start in the league route play-off (if the UEFA Champions League winners came from the first 13 associations in the UEFA rankings; if the winners came from any of the associations ranked 14-54, they would enter in the champions route).
    **Liechtenstein do not have a league system and therefore do not supply UEFA Champions League representative(s).

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    Cardiffil ano UCL final next year??ithokke host cheyyaan pattiya capacity stadium undo avide??

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