Both Real Madrid and Atletico have dominated our list but players from some other clubs have made their cut as well.
As we go into the second week of Champions League round of 16, Real Madrid travel to Germany, to face Schalke and Chelsea travel to Turkey, to face Galatasray. With both Chelsea and Real Madrid on the top of the table in their respective leagues, it will be interesting to see whether Schalke and Galatasray succumb to the pressure or manage to surprise their opponents. Here are some of the things to watch out for on Wednesday, 26th February 2014. The return of Ronaldo and Casillas Real Madrid will travel to Germany on Wednesday full of confidence after bagging a win against Elche in an eventful weekend in the Spanish League. After shock defeats for Barcelona and Atletico, Real Madrid find themselves 3 points clear on the top of the table after a long gap of 20 months. Los Blancos couldn’t have asked for more as they are in perfect shape for the clash in Gelsenkirchen. The highlight for ‘The […]
Manchester City never seem to just lose a match – there is always an accompanying drama, and during the Bayern Munich match, the club excelled itself.
As United prepare to kick-off their European campaign against Benfica, THT looks back at the significance of this dual for the Red Devils. United have shared the best and the worst moments in Europe with the Portuguese giants. TheHardTackle looks back at 3 of the most important clashes between Man United and Benfica.
TheHardTackle previews the most anticipated match of the season that sees Guardiola's side take on Fergie's men.
Schalke travel to Old Trafford hoping for a minor miracle, while Man United would look to finish the job that would take them to a third Champions League final in four years. TheHardTackle previews of the game.
Manchester United travel to giant killers Schalke for the first leg of UCL semis. Can Schalke claim another big scalp and progress to the final at Wembley, or will United break their German Hoodoo?
Real Madrid travel to White Hart Lane with a four-goal advantage to protect. Mourinho will have one eye on the Clasico as well this weekend, but still will remain focussed on finishing the job at the Lane. TheHardTackle presents the match preview.
With an impressive home record to preserve, Shakhtar awaits Barca at the Donbass Arena. They are unbeaten in European competitions at their home, and have lost only once since they moved to this ground. Unfortunately, Shakhtar have left themselves a little too much to do after the first leg at Camp Nou. Nonetheless, an attacking game is on the cards.
Chelsea will travel to Manchester under immense pressure to progress to the semi-finals. United, on the other hand, are favorites to progress now, having won the first leg at Stamford Bridge 0-1. Will this be Carlo Ancelotti's best match as a Chelsea manager in Europe or his last?