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Champions League 2014

Champions League 2014

source: www.fcbarcelona.com/

The first part of the 4th round of the UEFA Champions League was no less than exciting as the Real Madrid played a great match today against a good Liverpool team. Here is a quick video on today´s match which ended with a final score of 1-0 in favour of Real Madrid: http://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/season=2015/matches/round=2000548/match=2014366/postmatch/report/index.html

It was important to win today, get the three points and we did that. We scored and didn’t concede, and that’s good as it allows us to be a bit more relaxed going into the last two games. We’re in good form and we will continue said Karim Benzema.

It was a good game – we played at a good, high rhythm. We controlled play without taking risks at the back. We did not have too many chances but we always controlled the game. It is a very good period for Karim Benzema – maybe the best since I have been here. I love his work for the team and he is a very important player for us…stated Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti.

Liverpool were content to sit back, soak up pressure and cede possession, but just before the half-hour they were undone. Marcelo’s left-wing cross was expertly turned in at the far post by the stretching Benzema, the Frenchman keeping up his run of scoring in every matchday of this season’s tournament.

Furthermore, Club Atlético de Madrid withstood a concerted effort from Malmö FF as a pair of clinical finishes in each half earned the visitors a hard-fought 2-0 UEFA Champions League win. source: http://www.uefa.com/

On Wednesday, FC Barcelona will meet the AFC Ajax at the Amsterdam Arena in the fourth game of the group stage of Champions League. Barça striker Luis Suarez made it clear in the pre-match press conference ahead of the game against Ajax in the Champions’ League that he is looking forward to making his European debut for Barça.

Now it is time to turn attentions to the Champions’ League – against no other than Ajax, the team with whom he made his debut in the competition. In his appearance before the press in Amsterdam ahead of European debut for Barça, the Uruguayan looked back on the importance of his time with the Dutch club. “I have made it clear on several occasions that my time at Ajax was the best thing I could have done in my career,” he revealed. “It taught me to grow and it gave me a lot from a footballing perspective. It gave me the chance to play in the Champions’ League. When I was there I said it was my dream to play for Barça and now those circumstances have come about.” source: http://www.fcbarcelona.com/

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