UEFA Champions League

Manchester City beat Bayern but fail to get the knockout stages

Manchester City’s first UEFA Champions League campaign came to an end despite a convincing win over an under-strength Bayern Munich tonight. David Silva and Yaya Toure struck for City as they produced a fine attacking display to keep their slim hopes of qualifying from Group A alive, but Napoli’s win over Villarreal undid them. Visit http://www.fotosports.com for more images from this match
Sergio Aguero
Sergio Aguero uses acrobatics to leap over the goalkeeper

Yaya Toure celebrates scoring City's 2nd goal
Yaya Toure celebrates scoring City’s 2nd goal

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Manchester United fail to advance

Manchester United failed to advance past the UEFA Champions League group stage for only the third time in seventeen years after a humiliating defeat at the hands of FC Basel in Switzerland tonight, More images from this match at http://www.fotosports.com

Marco Streller celebrates 1st goal
Marco Streller celebrates 1st goal

Nemanja Vidic leaves the pitch after a knee injury
Nemanja Vidic leaves the pitch after a knee injury

Alex Frei celebrates FC Basel's 2nd goal
Alex Frei celebrates FC Basel’s 2nd goal

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FC Basel v Manchester United starts in 60 minutes

FC Basel v Manchester United


Villas Boas hits back

Chelsea Manager Andre Villas Boas hit out at the media last night after his sides victory over Valencia, Villas Boas spoke out after increasing pressure regarding his position before last night’s result saying “It is unfortunate for you guys because you have to report on a brilliant win for Chelsea”
Andre Villas Boas
Andre Villas Boas last night
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Manchester City v Bayern Munich, UEFA Champions League Preview

Manchester City v Bayern Munich


FC Basel v Manchester United Tomorrow

FC Basel v Manchester United


Chelsea v Valencia, UEFA Champions League

Fotosports Photographers Robin Parker and Rob Munro are currently at Stamford Bridge covering Chelsea’s crucial tie with Valencia, More images at http://www.fotosports.com
Chelsea v Valencia
Ramires scores Chelsea’s second past Valencia goalkeeper Diego Alves

Chelsea v Valencia
Chelsea celebrate Didier Drogba scoring there third goal

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